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The Donaldsonville Chief
Texas & Paoilo Railway
PASSEIIGER TRAINS GOING EAST.
No. 52 Cannon hall ....5:59 A
No. 54, New Orleans mail............2:56 e. Y,
No. 56. Accommodation... ......... 8:47 A. U,
PASSENGER TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 51, Texas fast mail............... 9:55 . ,
No. 55, Texas express..............11:35 A. ",
No. 55, Accommodation.... ......6:55 P. x,
LAPOURCD E BEANCH,
No. 83, Leaves for Thibodaux .. ...6:55 P. N.
No. 64. Arrives From Thibodaux ....... 8:40 a. M.
No. 65, Leaves for Thibodanx...... ..11:40 A. H.
No.66. Arrives from Thibodaux.......3:W0 P. u,
No. 94, Arrives from Napoleonville .... 8:40 A. H.
No. 9, Leaves for Na leonville......11:40 A. U.
No. 96. Arrives from Napoleonville.... 3:00 P.M
No. 93, Leaves for Napoleonville...... 6:55 P. U.
Local freight trains each way daily, Sunday
exoepted. L. B. MATTINGLY, Local Agent.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE,
,. G. DAVIDSON, Captain P. T. BABIl, Clerk
This swift and elegant boat makes
E'OVP. TRI"PS 4I La
between Donaldsonville and Burnsi , con.
necting with passenger trains, as f ows:
Passengers going north take boat at 9 o'clock
a. m. and 4:00 o'clock p. m
Passengers going south take boat at 6:. o'clock
a. m. and 2:15 o'clock p. m.
A horse-car at Burnside will convey pa engers
to and from the boat FREE OF CHA E.
Through tickets to all points sold on *e boat.
Trunks and Baggage Hard led.
SL. A. Colomb& Si
Fire, Life i
Ho day Novelties
We . e an Exquisite Line I
nere/are just a few that would
mak eacceptable and appropri- 3
ate /resents for any one:
`. Washstand Sets
Cuffs and Collar Boxes
. A. Dalferes, O r eS"e
"The One Price Store"
SATURDAY. JAN. 5, 1907
Hon. H. C. Brand, of Burnside, was
Ia town on business Wednesday.
Miss Edna Dixon, of Hope Villa,
visited friends at Baton Rouge last
Dr. I. S. Keyes, of Gonzales, vis
ited Donaldsonville on business Wed
The Chief received a pleasant call
Monday forenoon from M. J. Can
trelle, of Convent.
Captain J. W. Betz, of Walls, spent
the Christmasholidays with his family
Mrs. Mary Ryan, of New Orleans,
is a guest at the hospitable home of
Mr. and Mrs. WV. D. Park.
Mrs. Rene Bourgeois, of New Or
leans, is spending some time in Don
aldsonville as the guest of Mrs. C.
Miss Marie Rivarde, of New Or
leans, was the guest of heraunt, Mrs.
C. E. Madere, of Darrow, during the
George Cire, of Enterprise, Miss.,
spent Christmas week in Donaldson
ville as the guest of his grandmother,
Mrs. Andrew Gingry, Sr.
Miss Lillian Munson, the attractive
daughter of E. P. Munson of Glen
wood, was a visitor to Donaldsonville
The annual sale of pews in the
Catholic church at Cornerview will
take place immediately after high mass
Miss Menidee McLean, the charm
ing young teacher of the Fairbanks
school, spent New Year's day at Ba
ton Rouge as the guest of friends.
T. S. Burbank, the efficient manager
of E. W. Burbank's Avon plantation,
Assumption parish, was transacting
business in Donaldsonville Tuesday.
After spending the holidays in
Donaldsonville with his parents and
brothers, Rufus Henderson left Thurs
day afternoon to resume his studies at
the New Orleans College of Dentistry.
Jules Cook, a well-known young
Donaldsonvillian who -or the past
ral years has resided in Philadel
, Pa., arrived here this week on a
rel ves and received a cor
from his host of friends
Valleix B. Richard, a progressive
young druggist of Jennings, spent
several days here last week as the
guest of relatives.
Misses Bertha and Rose Plaisance,
of Barton, have returned from an en
joyable visit to relatives and friends
at New Orleans and St. James.
John Wintz and his stalwart young
son, John, Jr., spent several days in
Darrow during the past week as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Armi
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thibodaux and
their pretty little daughter, Dorothy
May, returned Wednesday from an
enjoyable visit to relatives at Thibo
Mrs. A. Bloomensteil and her two
little daughters, Pauline and Lillian,
returned Wednesday afternoon from
a pleasant visit to relatives at Baton
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Armitage, of
Darrow, had as their guest during the
holidays Mrs. Armitage's handsome
young nephew, Ludovic Bercegeay, of
Ulysses Barbier, a leading farmer
and citizen of the Burnside locality,
visited Donaldsonville on business
Monday and was a welcome caller at
C. N. Gautreau, an influental citi
zen of Gonzales and one of The Chief's
best friends, was in town on business
this week and favored us with an ap
Misses Mattie and Julia McGrath,
of Baton Rouge, were delightfully en
tertained last Sunday at the hospita
ble home o. Col. and Mrs. C. D. Gon
dran, of Belle Helene.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Turner and
their bright little sons, Lawing and
George, of New Orleans, spent Christ
mas at Burnside as the guests of Hon.
H. C. Braud and family.
The annual meeting and election of
officers of the Ascension Parish Medi
cal Society will be held in the rooms
of the Ascension Club at noon next
Wednesday, the 9th inst.
After spending several days in Don
aldsonville as the welcome guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jackson, Misses
Maud and Mary Jackson leftyesterday
for their home at Jeanerette.
Lee Lodge No. 6, A. O. U. W., will
elect and install officers for the en
suing year at a meeting to be held
next Tuesday evening, the 8th inst.,
and every member is requested to be
Elsewhere in today's Chief will be
found the official proceeuings of iai
interesting special meeting of the par
ish school board held Monday fore
noon in the office of Superintendent
D. B. Showalter.
Chas. E. Landry, the capable young
manager of Mrs. J. E. St. Martin's
Pelico plantation in upper Ascension,
was in Donaldsonville on business
Monday and favored The Chief with
a pleasant call.
Prof. Wm. E. Bohannon, the tal
ented principal of the Picard high
school at Dutchtown, spent a couple
of days here during the early part of
the week and favored The Chief with
a pleasant call.
James B. Aucoin and his attractive
sister, Miss Edith Aucoin, who are
attending school in New Orleans,
spent the Christmas holidays with
'their parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. A.
Aucoin,- of St. Emma plantation.
George Lambert, junior member of
the firm of Trepagnier & Lambert,
leading jewelers of Thibodaux, spent
Tuesday and -Wednesday here on a
visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Casimir Lambert, of Faubourg la Pipe.
Mr. and Mrs. George Plaisance and
little son, George, Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Plaisance and baby
daughter, Florence, of New Orleans,
were holiday visitors at the home of
Mr. and ~'Mrs. Prosper Plaisance, of
L. E. Bentley came up from New
Orleans Tuesday evening on a busi
ness mission, remaining until Friday
morning. During his stay here Mr.
Bentley was the guest of his son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Sheriff S. H. St. Martin has added
Robert Jones, of Gonzales, to his
staff of deputies, and the appointment
is one to be heartily commended, as
Mr. Jones is a fearless, reliable and
intelligent man, and should make a
Mrs. John Rusca, of Natchitoches,
and Prof. St. Elmo Rusca, the efficient
young principal of the public school
at Whitehall, St. Janmes parish, spent
a portion of the holidays in Donald
sonville as the guests of Prof. and
Mrs. J. L. Rusca.
The parish school board is adver
tising for proposals for the purchase
of the old buildings located on the
school square in Donaldsonville, which
will no longer be needed when the
handsome new building now approach
ing completion is ready for occupancy.
Chester R. Israel, who officiated as
sugar-boiler at the Gold Mine factory
in St. John parish during the grind
ing season of 1906, left here recently
to fill a similar position on the
Hacienda St. Gabriel at Puenta de
Ixtla, state of Marelos, Mexico, where
George Pocbh, another capable young
Donaldsonville mechanic, is employed
as chief engineer.
May Live 100 Years.
The chances for living a full century are ex
cellent in the case of Mrs. Jennie Duncan, of
Haynesville, Mo.. now 70 years old. Shewrites:
"Electric Bitters cured me of chronic dyspepsia
of 20 years' standing, and made me feel as well
and strong as a young girl." Electric Bitters
cure stomach and liver diseases, blood disorders,
general debility and bodily weakness. Solden
a arante at J. . Lhe's dragfore. Pries
oat 50 Cets,
3 That the business affairs of the pop
t ular and progressive Peoples Bank of
9 Donaldsonville are in first-class shape
is evidenced by the condensed state
ment of the condition of the thriving
young institution at the close of busi
ness Dec. 31, 1906, which appears else
where in today's Chief.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tobias entertained
a number of their friends at an elegant
dinner on New Year's day. The table
was attractively decorated with rare
and beautiful flowers, and a tempting
menu was faultlessly served. Those
I who enjoyed the pleasures of the oc
casion were George Dugazon, Lucien
Meyer, Laz. Kern, Rabbi M. Klein,
Jasmin Tobias, Michael Weill and
No attempt was made to hold a for
mal meeting of the Ascension Club on
Wednesday, but it was agreed by the
members present that a general meet
ing shall be held on the first Wednes
day of February for the purpose of
3 considering the condition of the club
3 and discussing such amendments to
f the rules as may be necessary to re
vive interest in the organization and
increase its active membership.
An interesting meeting of the join)
school committee of the police jury,
town council and parish school board
was held at the courthouse Monday
afternoon with 'Hon. G. B. Reuss,
president of the police jury, occupy
ing the cbair. The committee author
ized the construction of a stage in the
assembly hall of the new high school
building and the placing of an ap
propriate ornament on the front of the
Sandy Truxillo, the hustling junior
member of the popular livery firm of
Rodriguez & Truxillo, has returned
from St. Louis, where he purchased
as fine a lot of horses and mules as has
ever been brought to Donaldsonville.
The animals arrived this week and are
now on exhibition at the Dexter
stables in Railroad avenue, where
they can be inspected by all lovers of
good horse and mule flesh, whether
prospective purchasers or not.
Charles Holcombe, a prominent
young attorney of Baton Rouge, has
accepted the invitation of Major Vic
tor Maurin Camp, U. C. V., and Capt.
Victor St. Martin Camp, U. S. C. V.,
of Donaldsonville, to deliver an ad
dress at the exercises to be held under
the joint auspices of the two organi
zations on Saturday, Jan. 19, the
centennial anniversary of the birth of
Gen. Robert E. Lee, which will be'
generally observed throughout the
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
"My mother has been a sufferer for many
years from rheumatism," says W. H. Howard
of . lsband, Pennsylvania. "At time3 she was
unabiei 1ii.xV.a ,l!. while at all times walk
itg was painful. I wf b Ž A
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after a few
applications she decided it was the most won
derful pain reliever she',had ever tried; in fact,
she is never without it now and is at all times
able to walk. An occasional application of
Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was
formerly troubled with." For sale by all
A very satisfactory test of the water
works system was made Thursday
afternoon in the presence of Sol. K.
Bloodworth and Morris D. Pierce,
representing the Louisiana Fire Pre
vention Bureau, of New Orleans. The
result of the test, with reference to its
bearing on the proposed reduction of
insurance rates in this town, will be
made known in a report to be sub
mitted to Mayor Maurin by Messrs.
Bloodworth and Pierce withiu the next
After an interregnum of eleven days,
caused by a combination of Satur
days, Sundays and holidays, the pub
lic schools throughout the parish
resumed the work of the session
Thursday morning, but it will be some
time yet before the attendance of pu
pils reaches the average which ob
tained prior to Christmas. All of the
schools are in excellent condition, and
that this satisfactory state of affairs
will be maintained throughout the
remainder of the session there js little
room for doubt.
Among the prominept out-of-town
visitors to Donaldsonville this week
were: G. B. Reuse, of Hohen Solms;
Col. C. D. Gondran, of Belle Helene;
L. W. )rmitage, Dr. D. C. Brumfield
and Rosamood Braud, of Darrow;
Leon Picard, of Dutchtown; Louis
Geismar, of Geismar; Lucien Gau
treau, Jos. Gonzales, Ulgere Bourque,
John A. Marchand, Sr., A. I. Picard,
Bazile Berteau, A. T. Gonzales, L. A.
Ambeau and Deputy Sheriffs Ed.
Smith and Robert Jones, of Gonzales;
W. P. Dixon and Chris. Webb, of
Hope Villa; A. J. Yard, of Galvez,
Deputy Sheriff Will Acy, of Acy, and
Dr. Numa Himel, of St. James.
Leon Picard and Louis Geismar,
who comprise the well-known mercan
tile firm of Picard & Geismar, were
presented with handsome silver loving
cups last Sunday evening, the 30th
ult., as tokens of the esteem and ad
miration in which they are held by
their employees. The presentation
speech was made by Leon Newman,
manager of the Pidard & Geismar
establishment at Geismar, and the
surprised recipients responded with a
few words of sincere thanks and ap
preciation, after which liquid refresh
ments were produced and the contin
ued health and happiness of Messrs.
Picard and Geismar were pledged in
numerous bumpers of sparkling wine.
A delegation of about forty members
of Ascension Council No. 1087,
Knights of Columbus, paid a New
Year's visit to the residence of John
F. Park last Tuesday evening and
presented Mr. Park's son, Rev. Ed
ward F. Park, C. M., vice president of
the Holy Trinity College at Dallas,
Texas, with a beautiful gold-headed,
silk umbrella as a token of the esteem
and respect in which he is held by the
members of the council and his fellow
townsmen in general. District Attorney
G. A. Gondran, lecturer of Ascension
Council, made the presentation speech,
and Father Park, who is the possessor
of a nimble tongue and a ready wit,
responded with characteristic aptness
Methodist Christmas Tree.
The children of the local Methodist
Sunday school were given a Christmas
tree and festival at Hotel ackson last
Saturday evening by the Methodist
Ladies' Society, and the affair was one
of the merriest and most successful
that has taken place in this community
for years. The large and spacious
dining-room of the hotel, in which
the happy event was held, had been
beautifully and appropriately deco
rabed for the occasion by Mrs. Geo.
F. Linesetter, of Thibodaux, and in its
center stood an immense Christmas
tree literally laden with toys, can
dies and other good things. The
ceremonies were opened by Rev. C.
D. Atkinson, of Plaquemine, who
eloquently addressed the children on
the significance of Christmas and its
meaning to the Christian world,
then followed prayers by Rev. E. P.
Craddock, of the local Methodist
church, after which the children sang
"I Will Be a Sunbeam," music being
furnished by Miss Odile Cook. A de
licious lunch, consisting of turkey
sandwiches, cakes, chocolate and bon
bons, was then served, and at its con
clusion merry Kris Kringle, faithfully
depicted by Jasmin Tobias in a flow
ing red velvet robe and with long
white hair and beard, made his ap
pearance and the hearts of eighty
happy children were gladdened by
his generosity and kind word's.
When the presents had been
distributed-each child receiving a
toy and a basket of candy-there was
merry-making until 10 o'clock p. m.,
when all joined in singing "Home,
Sweet Home" and then wended their
way homeward, delighted with the
evening's entertainment. The toys and
candy for the tree were donated by
Jasmin Tobias and the Texas Fuel
Oil Co., respectively, while Capt. W.
E. Perkins of the steamer Lone Star
and the Donaldsonville Bottling Co.,
Ltd., furnished the turkeys and liquid
refreshments, and these, together with
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, are to be com
plimented upon their open-heartedness
in contributing to an occasion that
will long be remembered by the chil
dren-small and large-who had the
gcod fortune to be present.
Richmond P. H9bson, congress
man-elect from Alabamia, delivered a
masterly lecture at the Gondran thea
ter last Sunday night on the subject,
"Peace on Earth," and it is to be re
gretted that the gifted speaker was
greeted by so small an audience.
Monday night "The Denver Ex
press," a melo-drama of the most
lurid type, held the boards at the new
play-house and thrilled a fair-sized
"The Way of the Maid" was pre
sented by local amateurs Thursday
night for the benefit of the high school
gymnasium fund. It is salad hi the
performance was quite successful.
Donnelly & Hatfield's so-called
"Magnificent Minstrels" appeared at
the Gondran theater last night and
put 'up a performance that was de
cidedly poor from start to finish. The
jokes were old, the costumes dingy
and the songs painful, and the
comedy (?) sketch which brought the
tiresome show to a close was horse
play of the rankest character.
The popular Olympia Opera Com
pany will open a return engagement
tomorrow afternoon, and it may be
taken for granted that all the perform
ances will be witnessed by large audi
ences. The matinee bill will be "La
Mascotte," with "Said Pasha" to
morrow night, "The Mikado" Mon
day night and "Olivette" Tuesday
night. The prices of admission' for
this attraction are 25, 35, 50 and 75
The Dixie Dramatic Club, of Thibo
daux, will present the beautiful
drama, "A Righted Wrong," at the
Gondran theater on the afternoon of
Sunday, Feb. 3, for the benefit of the
Ladies' Prompt Succor Association,
of New Orleans.
Meeting of Bank Directors.
The board of directors of the Bank
of Donaldsonville met in monthly ses
sion at 10 o'clock Wednesday fore
noon and received a highly satisfac
tory report of the condition of the in
stitution from the cashier and the dis
count and finance committees. At the
close of business Monday, Dec. 31,
the aggregate deposits amounted to
$519,748, which is high-water mark,
and the capital and surplus, less ex
penses, footed up $120,941, with a total
business volume of $719,842. Both
these amounts show a material in
crease over those of a year ago, which
is an unexpected result in view of the
great shortage in the sugar crop, the
main agricultural resource of this sec
tion. The usual semi-annual dividend
was declared, payable on and after
Monday next. The annual meeting of
the stockholders of the bank, for the
purpose of electing a board of direct
ors, is to be held at 11 o'clock a. m.
Wednesday, Jan. 9.
An enjoyable New Year's frolic took
place Tuesday evening at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Rodriguez,
in Faubourg la Pipe, with the following
young people participating: Misses
Irene and Mary Michel, Althea For
tier, Beatrice Mathieu, Maud, Hazel
and Hilda LaVille, Rena and Kate
Landry, Jeanne Constantin, Bertha
Dalferes, Anna and Jeanne Rodriguez
and Adele Breaux; Lionel .Bourgeois,
Joe Blum, Simon Kahn, Elmo Duke,
Vernon Sims, Henry Dalferes, Geo.
Gullatta, Emmett Mire, Henry Hun
ley, Fred. Rogge, George and Edward
Lambert, Richard St. Martin and
Rural Lodge Elects Officers.
Rural Lodge No. 103, I. O. O. F.,
domiciled at Gonzales, recently elected
the following officers to serve for the
ensuing year: H. F. Bateman, nob
grand; G. C. Delaune, vice grand; F.
Solomon, secretary; H. M. Picard,
treasurer; Leon Picard, Joseph Picard
and J. N. Delaune, trustees; E. S.
Keyes, J. L. Vialet and M. S. Picard,
committee on by-laws; J. R. Picard
and F. Solomon, representatives to
grand lodge; A. I. Picard and E. S.
Keyes, alternates: A. H. Landry, mem
ber Widows and Orphans' Relier As
FLUE CURING IMPROVE T ACCO LIKE
ROASTING IMPOVLE COFFEE
Flue Curing Develops the Si uatitnj Aroma and Taste
Found In Schnapps that Sai.sles 'obacco Hunger
There are three ways used by far- Hundreds of imitation brands are
mers for curing and preparing their on sale that look like Schnapps; the
tobacco for the market; namely, sun outside of the imitation plugs of to
cured, air cured and flue cured. The Lacco is flue cured, but the inside is
old and cheap way is called air cured ; f!led with cheap, flimsy, heavily
the later discovery and irmproved .;X , ý` xetened air cured tobacco; one
is called flue cured. In flue-cui,: .f Cchnapps will satisfy tobacco
the tobacco is taken from the field .r longer than two chews of
and suspended over intensely hotrove that this flue
flues in houses especially built to re- cure tacsto, ,grownein the famous
tain the heat, and there kept in the .; ' ,'g requires and takes
proper temperature until this curing -_etening than any-other kind,
process developes in the tobacco the ad L as a ,lolcromc, stimulating,
stimulating taste and fragrant aroma satisfying effect on chewers. If the
found in Schnapps tobacco, just as kind of tobacco you are chewing don't
green coffee is made fragrant and s:1tisfy, more than the mere habit of
stimulating by the roasting process. cxpcctoratin'., sop fooling yourself
Only choice selections of this ripe, and chew ',ichnps tobacco.
juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the Schnapips is !ik, the tobacco chew
famous Piedmont country, where the ers formerly bought costing from 75c.
best tobacco grows, are used in to $1.oo per pc;,nd; Schnapps is sold
Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands at 50oc. per pr i:d in 5c. cuts, strictly
of high grade, flue cured tobaccos. 1o and 15 cc;t plugs.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WI:STON-SALEM, N. 0.
Ascenslonites in Cuba.
Fred. Werner, Sr., who has filled
the position of chief sugar-boiler at
the big Belle Alliance factory for a
number of years, sailed from New
Orleans last Saturday on the steam
ship Excelsidr orfth- ±Ca;hs;-.. Pa Lfc
line, with Havana, Cuba, as his port
of destination. Mr. Werner goes to
put in another season's work as chief
sugar-boiler at the Santa Cruz Com
pany's central factory at Ensenada
de Mora, where grinding is already
under way. He was preceded early in
December by his.brother and son,
Joseph Werner and Fred. Werner,
Jr., who are quite competent to manip
ulate the proof-sticks and hold down
the vacuum pans until their principal
reaches the scene of action. The field
marr ka. of the Santa Cruz estate is
Geo. 1. B.~."Bfro°? this section
of the Louisiana sugar belt, .whose
management of the property for the
past several years has been pro4uct
ive of the most beneficent results.
Antoine Rodrigue, of Assumption par
ish, who served a successful appren
ticeship under Mr. Werner at Belle
Alliance, and who officiated as chief
sugar-boiler at the Germania factory
during the past season, is also con
templating spending the next few
months in Cuba, if penaing negotia
tions for a sugar-boiler's position
there pan out favorably.
Return of the Favorites
------- Appearing in---
"Said Pasha" Sunday Night
"Mikado" Monday Night
"Olivette" Tuesday Night
SPECIAL SUNDAY MATINEE
Prices: 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents
Axle Grease, Lye. Soaps.
ase Balls B~rushea
lank Books. utter Dishs,
Clocks Cheese Safes,
ages. Enameled Steelware,
Freezers Fruit Jars, oblets
ishing ackle, urnaces, 'alvanizedware,
Hammocks, Ice Chests,
Lamps, I anterns,
Lamp Chimneys, Lantern Globes,
amp Burners, adders,
Matches. ars1 paper,
Padlocks, Rope, Refrigerators,
awes, lieves, hut,
coops, lates, Stoneware,
cales, ponges. tove Polish
W[Myringers, . hips,
Sashing Machines, icking,
ater Coolers, oodenware,
J. C. Morris Co., Ltd.,
824-330 Tchoupitostlas street,
NE W ORLEANS, LA.
Sealed Prc posals.
Do nsonville, La., Jan. 1, 1907.
SEALED PROP AL8S will be received up to
12 o'clock noon. Wednesda, Jan. 16, for the
ale of the following property located on the
school square in Donaldsonville, La., and be
longing to the school board of Ascension parish:
One frame building known as the AscPsion
One frame building known as the "Annes"
One sanitary closet with fixtures.
The purchaser or purchasers will be given
thirty days from date of sale in which to remove
The right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
E. N. PUGH,
President Aseeasionem School Board.
D epeslet aidet end Ssastary.
The Winter is Not Over
But we must dispose of all odds
and ends in heavy goods, espec
ially in heavy-soled shoes-Hanan . ý
Bostonian and other good makes- .
our usual January
Clearance Sale I:
at which these goods wi1 be sold
Sit j rices that make it a vantage
ous to 'Tuy i6W-w-vwhtther you
need anything or not.. ¶1.o .
overlook this money-saving op
Netter & Company
BANK OF DONALDSONVILLE
DONALDSONVILLE, LA, r
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY FACILITY
CONSISTENT WITH SAFE BANKING
3 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS -
Everything and Anything
3 LUMBER 3
_ _AT THE
Ascension Lumber Yard
Jos. T. Cafiero
' Donaldsoevile, La.
CLEzan, PAfr, BUAEns, PUTS Vi A"
Sugarhouse Chimneys, eavy Ma
chinery, Etc. Satisfaction guarateed
and charges low. Also maker of big
and cheapest tarpsulins. :: :: :: 4
Rope Spllorhig a Specialty
Jung & So-as Coal Oomap y
T Wlaotsswear, a ]r au=
>1 PITTSBIJRG COAL
325 Carondelet St., New Orleans.