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SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917.
Victor Sachs., of Baton Rouge, was
in town diurlig t: e week on business.
Rub-My-Ti-.m ntiseptic) relieves
rheumatism, s)1rt as, neuralgia, etc.
Mrs. Sam iKi .,ser has returned
from a delightful visit to friends in
Miss Laulie Colomb spent a few
days in New Orleans during the week
as the guest of relatives.
Jas. Von Lotten went to New Or
leans Mondlay morning on business,
returning the same night.
Mrs. L. Conner Randolph, of Ba
you Goula, was in town for a several
hours' stay Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Lula P'oirrier returned last
Saturday from an enjoyable visit to
relatives at 1Kent wood, La.
Dr. A. W. Martin spent Sunday
afternoon and evening with friends
in New Orleans, returning home Mon
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Peaches, plums, pears, and persim
mons-a collection of four large t-rees
of each for $2. Grifling Nurseries,
Port Arthur, Texas.
Roses and flowering shrubs-six 2
year old budded roses; two crepe
myrtles and two Altheas, all assorted
colors; also two cape jasmines. All
for $1.50. Grifling Nurseries, Port
Mrs. Sol. Applebaum and her in
teresting children, Sarah, Rosalind
and Emanuel, of Lexington, Miss., are
spending a couple of weeks here as
the welcome guests of relatives.
Mrs. G. B. iB. uss and her daughter,
Miss Ethelyn Reuss,of Germania plan
tation, with their house guest, Miss
Lucille Troendle, of New Orleans,
were in town Tuesay -afternoon with
Grifling's trees grow. Why? Be
cause they are properly grown, fresh
ly dug, properly packed, and come to
you in the original package. If you
don't believe it try them. Griffing
Nurseries, Port Arthur, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses P. Acosta
and baby daughter, Alice, visited rel
atives in Plaquemine and vicinity last
Sunday, and are spending the week
end with relatiyes and friends in
The Chief's sanctum was honored
Friday by a visit from two of our
good friends, J. Wesley Evans, of
Galvez, and H. Arthur Morgan, of
Burnside, who were in town on busi
Mrs. Charles Daigle and children,
Mabel, Heloise, Hazel and George, of
West Baton Rouge parish, motored to
Donaldsonville-last Sunday and spent
the day here very pleasantly as the
guests of the Misses Daigle at their
home in Lessard street.
Is it too late to plant trees? Will
they grow if planted now? The best
time to plant trees is after they begin
to bud. Let us prune them ready for
planting, and then follow our plant
ing instructions sent with order.
Griffing Nurseries, Port Arthur, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bergeron have
issued invitations to the marriage of
their daughter, Beulah, to Paul C.
Landry, the ceremony to be perform
ed at the St. Francis of Assissium
Catholic church in Smoke Bend Wed
nesday, April 18, at 5:30 o'clock in
Relatives and friends in this com
munity of the Flandry famil, erst
while residents of Donaldsonville, will
be interested to learn of the birth, of
a bouncing baby boy to Mr. and Mrs.
"Junior" Flandry, of Labadieville, the
happy event having occurred last Sat
Mrs. Mary Kahn and her daughter,
Miss Rhoda Kahn, of New York city;
Mrs. H.L;Cohn, Miss Caroline Farnn
bacher, and Solon Farnnbacher,of Ba
ton Rouge, motored to Donaldsonville
and Napoleonville last Sunday, and
en route to the latter town paid a vis
it to the Newman dairy farm on Ba
you Lafourche. During their stay
here the visitors were the guests of
their relatives, the Alex. Bloomen
Mr. and Mrsb. Ross Allen, who have
been conducting the Gem Theatre in
this city for the past several weeks,
relinquished their lease of the house
Tuesday night, and the follow\ing af
ternoon departed for Baton Rouge,
where they may decide to locate. Dur
ing their stay here Mr. and Mrs. Al
len made many friends who regret
to see them leave, and whose good
wishes for unbounded success will
accompany them in their future ven
' Tragic Death of Young Woman.
Many friends here were saddened
by the tragic death of Miss Garnett
Maurin, the lovely 18-year-old daugh
ter of Mrs. Joseph It. Maurin, of New
Orleans, who was killed in an auto
mobile accident at Violet, six miles
below New Orleans on the Pointe a la
Hache road, at 6:,50 o'clock Tuesday
evening. Details of the deplorable
tragedy were published in the New
Orleans papers Wednesday. The
young woman was a native of Don
aldsonville and spent the early years
of her childhood here. She was a
grand-daughter of the late Major Vic
tor Maurin, and a niece of Messrs.
Charles Maurin. Sr., Edmund Maurin,
and Mrs. J. N. C'olomb, of this city.
The latter, together with Charles
Maurin, Jr., and Miss Laulie Colomb,
cousins of the deceased, attended the
funeral, which was held in New Or
leans Thursd, 1forenoon.
Distinguished) CRscensionite Dead.
Rear Admir l Vincendon Lazarus
Cottman, Unit d States navy, who
died in Washihgton Friday of last
Week, was a native of this parish,
having been born on a plantation
near Donaldsonville in 1852. He was
the son of Thomas Cottman and Marie
Louise de Tournillon Cottman. The
father of Admiral Cottman was a
Practicing physician in Ascension par
ish in ante hellum days. After the
war he moved with his family to New
Various Civil Matters Considered at
Pursuant to adjournment on the
15th inst., district court convened at
10 o'clock Thursday forenoon, with
Judge Philip Gilbert presiding. Fol
lowing-is a summary of the b isiness
Cecelia Boudreaux vs. Picard &
Geismar, Ltd.; exception referred to
merits and case fixed for Friday,
Second African Baptist Church vs.
Amedee Butler et als.; rule returna
ble March 22 continued to Monday,
Irene Hooper vs. Camille Rome;
fixed for Friday, March 30.
Interstate Bank & Trust Company
vs. Picard & Geismar, Ltd., et als.;
default entered against Picard &
Gibbons, Finney, Gordon et als. vs.
A. J. Schroeder; exception submitted
and overruled; default entered.
Consumers' Brewing Company vs.
Paul Fontana; exception continued
Weber & Peterson vs. Gano ,W.
Robertson; motion for new trial over
ruled; exception to jurisdiction of
court rationae personae maintained,
and plaintiffs' suit dismissed at their
cost; appeal granted to plaintiffs, sus
pensive or devoluti e, returnable to
court of appeals at its next sitting in
Donaldsonville, upon bond being fur
nished in sum of $50, according to
Court adjourned to Mor day, March
25, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Bessie Barriscale in "The Last Act."
Bessie Barriscale, one of the
screen's most magnetic and versatile
stars, will be seen at the Gem Thea
tre tomorrow in "The Last Act," sup
ported by a cast of competent play
e:s which includes Clara Williams and
Robert `McKim. This notable Tri
angle play, a Thos. H. Ince produc
tion, tells the story of Ethel Duprey,
who, out of work and funds, wanders
about a park thoroughly discouraged.
Mrs. Hale, wife oatn attorney, slips
a bill into tlh. 's pc-- after Ethel
refuses to accta. s' Later Ethel
gets an engagement in a small part in
a play called "Retribution." The star
injures her ankle and Ethel takes her
place. She makes a hit on the open
ing night. At a supper given in hon
or of her triumph, Ethel meets Lewis
Hale, the husband of the woman who
has befriended her. A warm affec
tion springs up between the pair.
Lewis wants Ethel to elope with hnm,
so he can marry her after getting a
divorce. Mrs. Hale comes heally
veiled to Ethel's apartment. Not
recognizing her, Ethel refuses her
plea. The married woman faints.' On
tearing off her veil, Ethel recognizes
the woman who had befriended her.
When Hale comes for his answer, he
meets his own wife dressed in Ethel's
clothing and made to look as she did
in the days when they were first mar
ried. Ethel is soothed in her heart
broken condition by her faithful maid
and companion, Suzette.
A two weeks' mission will be opened
at the Catholic church tomorrow, con
tinuing until Easter Sunday, April 8. [
The sermons will be preached by Rev.
Fathers Matthew and Eugene, dis- t
tinguished missionaries of the Pas- I
sionist order. There will be a mass t
every morning, followed by instruc- I
tion, and benediction of the Blessed
Sacrement every evening at 7:30 r
o'clock, with a sermon. Special ser
vices for children will be held in the I
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. During I
Holy Week all the religious exercises <
appertaining to that solemn period I
will be, scrupulously followed in con- I
nection with the mission. A cordial s
invitation to attend the services is ex- i
tended everyone, irrespective of creed
or religious affiliation. Both Fathers
Matthew and Eugene are eloquent
and eminent speakers, and a great 1
treat is in store for all who hear their I
Steve Weber, who is employed at
the Standard Oil plant near Baton ,
Rouge, was operated on at the sani
tarium in that city Thursday morning
for appendicitis. C. C. Weber went
from here to be at his brother's bed
side, and upon his return Thursday
afternoon reported that the operatin
was an entirely successful one, and
that the patient had,rallied from the
effects of the "'r~end was resting
quietly. V farm ynn-hizing with
him in his afllIion, Steve's many
friends here will be glad to learn that
the cause of the trouble has been suc
cessfully removed, and will join in
wishing him an early recovery.
"Anonymous Obituaries Received.
An obituary poem enclosed in an
envelope postmarked St. Francisville,
and a prose composition of the same
character mailed locally, have been
received by the Chief. The writers of
both contributions conceal their iden
tity beneath the generic signature,
"A Friend." As iris an inviolable
rule of the Chief not to publish anony
mous communications, the contribu
tors in question are informed that
their names must be forthcoming if
they expect their effusions to receive
consideration at our hands.
A letter from J. Ward Poche, dated
at Los Palacios, Cuba, instructs us to
place his name on the mailing list of
the Chief. "If possible," writes Mr.
Poche, "I would thank you to send
me copies of back numbers since
February 10, for since then, due to
the uprising, I have not seen any. I
am now out of the war zone, practi
cally speaking, being in Pinar del Rio
province, where there has been little
or no trouble." Mr. Poche is filling a
position in the employ of the Cuban
Sugar Mills Corporation at the Cen
tral Virginia factory, Los Palacios.
The host of friends of "Willie"
Hanson will be delighted to learn that
he will return to Donaldsonville today
from New Orleans, where he was op
erated on at the Presbyterian Hospi
tal several weeks ago. Mr. Hanson
will be accompanied by his wife, who
has been a devoted attendant at his
bedside. He is steadily recuperating
from the effects of the operation,
which was a most difficult and serious
'one, and hope is entertained that he
will soon be restored to his former
Mrs. H. J. Many, of Belle Helene,
spent Thursday very pleasantly as
the guest of Miss Cecile Merancon.
- Break up your cold or lagrippe with
five or six doses of 666.
Kill the FLY.
Chatham Dairy Farm.
Beginning next Monday, March 26,1
the Chatham dairy farm will deliver
daily in Donaldsonville pure, whole-]
some and sanitary milk and cream. i
This will be good news to the house-
keepers of the community, who have
long felt the need If an adequate
supply of these con--odities, and it
may be taken for r:#anted that the
ne'w service will be corded a liberal
measure of patrona from the start.
The Chatham farm r, ocated at Ho-j
hen Solms, and is stoTed with high
class cattle secured from the leading
dairy centers of the United States.
None but healthy, tubercular tested
cows are to be found on the place,
and barns, surroundings and attend
ants conform in every respect to the
most rigid sanitary regulations. Vis
itors to the farm will be welcomed at
any time. In fact, the management
cordially invites everybody interested
to call and inspect the property. Or
ders for the products of the farm
placed through telephone No. 294-J
will receive prompt and careful at
St. Joseph's Day Celebrated.
The feast of St. Joseph was cele
brated here Monday with a solemn
high mass at the Catholic church at 9
o'clock a. m., Rev. C. M. Chambon
officiating. At 3 o'clock in the after
noon members of the St. Joseph So
ciety to the number of several hun
dred-men, women and children
formed a parade at the church hall
and marched through the principal
streets of the city, headed by the
Claiborne Williams brass band. The
religious rites arranged in observance
of the feast concluded with a solemn
benediction pronounced by Father
Chambon at 5 o'clock. Many of the
Italian storekeepers of Donaldsonville
and vicinity closed their places of
business in honor of the day, and the
occasign was made one of rejoicing
ana celebration by the Italian popula
tion generally. A mission for the
Italian members of the congregation
has been in progress at the church
throughout the week, sermons being
delivered in that language twice daily.
Levee Board Offices Moved.
The offices of the Lafourche basin
levee board, which have heretofore
been located in the suite of rooms on
the second floor of the Nicholls Cafe
building in Mississippi street, were
moved Wednesday to the building at
the southwest corner of Nicholls ave
nue and Chetimaches street. This
structure, formerly occupied by the
furniture store of the late E. L.
Weber, has been virtually rebuilt,
having been shortened to about half
its original length, provided with an
ornamental shed of galvanized iron,
divided into several large offices and
meeting rooms on the inside, repaint
ed an attractive shade of green with
light grey trimmings, with a red roof,
and otherwise renovated and improv
ed. The building is owned by C. C.
Weber, secretary of the levee board,
who will have his law office there
in. The one-story ; cottage which
formerly adjoined the corner build
ing has been demolished.
Expert Mechanician Engaged.
Dr. Sheard Moore, proprietor of
the Donaldsonville Auto Co., has re
cently employed an expert mechanic
to take charge of the repair depart
ment of the garage, and announces
that the establishment is now pre
pared to do repair work of any kind
on all makes of cars. The new
mechanician has demonstrated a de
gree of efficiency and knowledge of
the business that prompts the claim
by Dr. Moore that jobs of any nature
can be successfully and expeditiously
handled, no matter how difficult. Au
tomobile owners who may have occa
sion to need the services of an expert
repair man are invited to put this
claim to the test, and are assured in
advance that they will be entirely
satisfied with the manner in which
the work is done and the scale of
Miss Emily Erato, of Donaldson
ville, and Arthur J. Bech, of New Or
leans, were quietly married in the
latter city Monday evening last. Miss
Lena Erato served as maid of honor
and George Miller as best man. The
bride was given in marriage by her
brother-in-law, Ray Cary. Only rela
tives and a few close friends were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Bech will re
side in New Orleans.
Abe and Mose Bloomenstiel visited
New Orleans on business last Satur
Fight the FLY.
Do These Warm Days
SMake You Feel Like Spring ?
DON'T YOU WANT SOME FRUIT TREES, SOME FLOWERING m
SHRUBS, PALMS, ROSES A4ID VINES, TO BEAUTIFY YOUR
=* GRIFFING'S TREES GROW
. TEN DOLLARS OR MORE INVESTED IN OUR TREES NOW a
WILL BEAUTIFY YOUR PLACE AND GIVE YOU FRUIT IN *
SEASON, WORTH 100 PER CENT ON YOUR INVESTMENT.
OUR BIG FREE CATALOG
EXPLAINS WHAT, WHEN, WHERE AND HOW TO PLANT AND
GIVES SUGGESTIONS FOR GENERAL HOME BEAUTIFYING
AND LANDSCAPE WORK.
IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT
IF THE BUDS BEGIN TO SPROUT, JUST FOLLOW OUR IN
: STRUCTIONS AND THEY'LL GROW WITHOUT A DOUBT.
BUY YOUR TREES DIRECT - SAVE MONEY
! GRIFFING NURSERIES
PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS
Save r Part of Your Earnings
If you are ambiti s to get ahead in the world, begin by saving a part of
your regular ear 4gs, for money paves the way to the desirable things
Start an account with us this week and add to it every pay day. Soon
you will have enough to buy property, take a desired trip, send your son
to college or make profitable investments.
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK '
Big Fire at Plattenville.
Sparks from a passing boat carry
ing lumber fiom the Baker-Wakefield
cypress mill at Plattenville shortly
before noon Wednesday caused a se
rious fire, two residences being de
stroyed and six others damaged. The
sparks, driven by a high wind, first
ignited the residence of George W.
Edmunston, which, with its contents,
was destr6yed. The flames spread to
the home of Numa Aucoin, nearby,
and it was also consumed with con
tents. The buildings were valued at
about $1000 each. Hard work by
the volunteer firemen stopped the
progress of the blaze after two other
houses had been heavily damaged and
four slightly damaged.
During the height of the conflagra
tion the fire department of Donald
sonville was appealed to for aid and
the big motor truck of the Vigilant
Hose Company was despatched to the
scene. The twelve-mile run to Plat
tenville was made in about twenty
minutes and the local fire-fighters
were able to render valuable assist
ance in suppressing the blaze, the
chemical tank with which the Vigi
lant truck is equipped proving of par
ticular service in preventing a spread
of the flames. Appreciation of the
aid given by the local firemen was ex
pressed by citizens of Plattenville.
Big Fair Next Month.
Vigilant Hose Company is making
arrangements for a grand fair to be
given in Ascension Hall Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, April 14, 15 and
16, for the benefit of its truck fund.
Committees have been appointed to
formulate plans for the event and at
tend to the necessary details of prep
aration, and it can be said without
exaggeration that the festival will be
one of the most elaborate and enjoy
able ever given under the auspices of
this progressive organization. Sev
ýral new attractions are being
planned, in addition to the usual en
to-t'ainment features, and no effort
will be s.ared to make the affair dis
tinctin e in this respect and altogether
wothby of patronage on the part of
the public. Further announcements
cncerniing the big event will appear
in the Chief from time to time.
Style Show Next Month.
Donaldsonville will be treated to a
most interesting and unique enter
tainment on Wednesday, April 11,
when a style show will be presented
at the Grand Theatre for the benefit
of the Catholic church repair fund..
Thi3 will be the first event of the kind
ever attempted here, and that it will
be awaited with pleasurable anticipa
tion not only by the feminine por
tion of the population, but by the
members of the sterner sex as well,
is a fact that need not be stated. The
show will be under the direction of
Misbses Amelie Cire and Ritta Co
meaux, and in addition to the sartor
ial display there will be excellent mu
sical features, the whole comprising
a program that cannot fail to prove
extremely interesting and enjoyable.
THE DUPATY HOUSE
MRS. SUSAN DUPATY, Prop.
$2 per day. Headquarters for
commercial travelers. Table pro
vided with the best the market
Special weekly and monthly rates
CADILLAC TOURING CAR,
30-horsepower. Recently over
hauled; all gears in first-class
condition. May be bought at
a bargain. Will demonstrate
to prospective purchaser. Ap
ply to or address DR. E. K.
SIMS, Donaldsonville, La.
Vinol Restored Mr. Martin's Strength
Wapakoneta, Ohio.-"I am a farmer
by occupation, and the Grippe left me
with a bad cough and in a nervous, weak,
run-down condition, and I could not
seem to get anything to do me any good
until I took Vinol, which built me up,
and my cough and nervousness are all
gone, and I can truly say Vinol is all
that is claimed for it."-JAMES MARTIN.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy, for
all weak, nervous and run-down condi
tions of men, women and children,- and
for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitiL
i mm m m mlwe
D naldsonville Auto Co.
DR. SHEARD MOORE, Prop.
Let Us Do Your Repair Work
Expert Mechanics Employed
Thorough Renovating and Overhauling of Automobiles a Specialty
GARAGE EQUIPPED WITH MODERN MACHINERY. NO JOB TOO
DIFFICULT FOR US TO HANDLE. ALL WORK PROMPTLY
EXECUTED AT REASONBLE PRICES
Garage in Railroad Avenue PHONE 227-J
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LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
The Chief is not responsible for
views expressed by correspondents.
Donaidsonville, La., March 24, 1917.
To fully protect myself, and at the
same time feeling that the taxpayers
of the parish of Ascension should
know the exact reasons why I am no
longer supervising the construction
of the gravel road known as the As
cension-St. ,James highway, now be
ing built in this parish, I am taking
this means to make the explanation,
and in connection with this, I wish
to say that I stand ready to prove
that my explanation is a correct one.
The board of supervisors that con
trol the construction of the above
named road is composed of the fol
lowing gentlemen: Geo. B. Reuss,
Jasmin Tobias, Alex. Bloomenstiel, C.
H. Landry, and E. N. Pugh. These
gentlemen entered into an agreement
with me to construct the said road
for a certain compensation, knowing
all of the time that I was merely su
pervising the work for them. The
agreement was perfectly agreeable
and acceptable to the committee and
myself, and immediately upon accept
ance of the proposition I proceeded
to place an equipment on the road and
then commenced actual construction
of the road. I had not started nf'ore
than a day or two, before I was in
formed there were certain objections
to my doing the work. Upon learn
ing this I became a little worried, and
for a time did not know jdst how to
proceed. In the meantime I was in
nrmed that Mr. E. N. Pugh was un
der the impression that ittwas illegal
for me to proceed with the work. Im
mediately upon receipt of this in
formation, I went to Mr. Pugh's office,
in company with Mr. Petersen of New
Orleans, and asked Mr. Pugh what
the trouble was about. I also stated
to Mr. Pugh that I would like to know
just what course to pursue, as I did
not care to undertake this work un
less I was assured that I could pro
ceed without being molested. Mr.
Pugh's answer to me was, "Go ahead
and build the road." Mr. Pugh being
a member of the road committee and
also an attorney, I lost no time in
proceeding with the work. The same
instructions were given to me lby the
rest of the committee.
I had not started good again, when
the same question was again taken up
concerning the legality of my doing,
the work. A meeting of the co~imit
tee was called for by Mr. C. I.I Lan
dry, president of the committee, at
the request of Mr. Pugh. At. this
meeting a general discussion took
place as to the legality of my doing
the work without same first being ad
vertised. The district attorney was
requested to be present (and this re
quest I understand was made by Mr.
Landry through the channels of Mr.
Pugh) and render his opinion on the
subject. JIe opined that it was il
legal for me to do the work without
same first being advertised. In con
nection with this opinion, I might add
that the district attorney overlooked
the fact that thirty miles ofroad con
struction was done in his own parish
on the very same basis that I was go
ing to do the work in this parish, the
only difference being that the work
done there was by the parish and not
a'road district; and I also understand
that more work of this nature is go
ing to be done in his parish. How
ever, after receiving the district at
torney's opinion, the committee saw
fit to disregard 'ame and instructed
me to proceed with the work, whether
same was illegal or not, as they want-
ed the road built as quickly as pos
sible. I proceeded again, only to be
stopped once more. The matter ther
I began to become disgusting to me and
I asked the committee to relieve me
I of the work. This they did, and I
want to thank them for it through the
channels of this column.
- In conclusion, I wish to state that
I ain a builder of good roads and not
a builder of political machines. The
one-half mile of road I built is open
for inspection and speaks for itself
as to my ability as a road builder.
H. M. WEBER.
New Home for Lemann Addition.
Mose F. Bloomenstiel has purchas
ed from K. A. Aucoin the lot at the
northeast corner of Church and Iber
ville streets, in the Lemann Addition,
and will erect thereon a modern
stucco bungalow. The property has
a frontage of 60 feet on Iberville
street and 120 feet on Church street.
and the purchase price was $750. R.
L. Stewart, formerly of Donaldson
ville, and now located at Beaumont,
at one time contemplated the con
struction of a pretentious dwelling on
this site, and the foundations built
then will be ut eed by Mr. Bloomen
stiel in the erecen of his bungalow.
T. P. A. Pos~ lects Officers.
At a meeting ! 't Sunday of Post I
of the Travelers) Protective Associa
tion of America, Louisiana Division,
the following officers were re-elected:
Charles Maurin, president; D. D. Dal
feres, vice president; Henry Netter,
treasurer; Raphael Singer, secretary.
Messrs. Maurin, Netter, Singe' and
Morris Celestin were selected to rep
resent the post at the annual con
vention of the Louisiana division to
be held in Lake Charles, April 21 and
BEGINNING MONDAY, MARCH 26, THE
.. Chatham Dairy Farm..
WILL DELIVER DAILY IN DONALDSONVILLE
PURE, WHOLESOME AND SANITARY
MILK AND CREAM
ORDERS PLACED THROUGH TELEPHONE 294-J, DONALDSON
VILLE EXCHANGE, WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE
AND CAREFUL ATTENTION
Visitors to our farm welcomed at any time
----Ch th i
What Can We Send
You Today ?
WE HAVE B EEN DHAMMERING
AWAY NOW FOR A LONG
TIME TALKING GROCERY TALK,
TRYING TO SHOW YOU WHY WE
S THINK WE CAN SERVE YOU
BEST. IT'S BEEN EASY WORK,
FOR IT'S ALWAYS EASY TO
PREACH ANYTHING THAT YOU
YOURSELF BELIEVE... WE HAVE
4 CONVINCED OTHERS AND WE
4 V WOULD LIKE MIGHTY WELL TO
HAVE A RESPONSE FROM YOU.
WE HAVE THE RIGHT GOODS,
THE RIGHT SERVICE, AND THE
RIGHT PRICES. FREE DELIVERY.
LET US ADD YOU TO OUR GROWING
LIST OF SATIEFTED PATRONS
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ome A rcantile Company
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.2 JOS. T. CAFIERO
,: | Donaldsonville_:.a.
And Manufactur of
Steam and Horsepower
Sugar House Machinery Repaired
Smoke Stack Rigging
Wire Rope, Turn Buckles and
Sugar House Supplies
Full Line of Paints and Varnishes