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L. B. MATTINGLY, Lu" ,Agent.
ATTORNEYS AND NOTARIES.
B J. VEGA, Attorney at Law and
* Notary P'ublic. Office in Rail
road avenue, opposite Donaldsonville
High School. Telephone 31.
SIDNEY A. MARCHAND, Attorney
at Law and Notary Public. Office,
311 Railroad avenue. Phones 99 and
R J. CHAUVIN, Lawyer and Notary
'I Public. Offices: 311 Railroad
avenue and at the Chief office. Tele
phones 157, 99 andI 84.
R. BERNARD M. PREJEAN, Den
tist. Office: 309 Railroad ave
nue. Office hours: 8:30 to 12 m. and
I to 5 p. m.
PLUMBING AND TINNING.
H. SCHAFF S.T.ON, Copper, Tin
and Shr- b Workers, 217
Railroad avenue. Roofing, guttering,
stovepiping, and repairing. Plumb.
ing work a specialty. Phone 107-J.
LADIES AND C[NTI EMEN,
Have your old PANAMA HATS
cleaned and blocked to look like
new. There is no reed of going
to the expense of purchasing a
now heat when you can have your
o(:l Panama renovated at a small
ca.t, We have a well equipped
ihat-ianking and ibekl:ing plant.
and the class of work we do al
way' p.1?ases. Give us a trial.
TA:LCR-MRADE MEN'S SUITS.
Le , i tau:- your measure for a TAIIOR
S MADtE SUJIT. Fit guaranteed. Nice
lne ofi ampoes 'co ellect from. Pricee
from $13 to $,.
206 Railroad Avenue
PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION.
SMOKF. BEND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
liT nsilsonville, La., M ty :;, 1919.
PIIR1iANT i a olltion adipled by the
hoard of 'a ons of the Smoke
,Bend IDraiv.e l)itrit of the parish of
As:ceoiion,. state of Liji:iala, at a special
mleetine hhI nat the Ionicil of raid hoard of
conlnis::iturs ,'u May 31, 1t9l. 1I, Felix
Aeosta, ipre,id..t of the l-ol of.eommntnis
tlon'rs of the Sboll liend Driinage Dis
trict of the parish of Auclraion, state of
Louisiann, by virtue eof thi, authority vest
ed in me and in obtedience, and co lllianlce
with said resolutiin, I, herebly 'lroclahi
that a special election he held of i he lx
payers qualified under the conLsat ittiion
and laws of the state of Iouisiann to vote
at said election, in the Snmo,ke ltend Drain
age District of the parish of Areenlsin L.oi
TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1isl!,
between the hours of 7 o'clock a. in. anil 5
o'clock p. m., for the pulrlos of olibitgng
the .ense of the property taxptayers -A.i
titled to vote on the following y ltiosition:
To authorize the hoard of ct.dflnissioners
of the Smoke Bend Drainage 9istrict, of the
"parish of Arcenvion, to creath an additional
indebtedness of seven thousand dollars
($7000), in excess of the one now out
standing, and issue negotiahle bonds there
for, said bonds to bear interest at the rate
of five per cent per annum, payable symi
annually. and to run for a period not longer
thalin wnty years. for the following pur
poses, to-wit: Of operating drainage
canals, ditches, or machinery owned and
opr.crted or controlled by said drainage dis
trict to open, enlarge, cut, extend such
cnal: anid streams situated within the
limits of said drainage district as in the
judlemenl of said board of commissioners of
said drainage diet rict may lie deemed neces
sary and t roper, economiically td drain the
propelrt included within the limnits thereof.
'or the lulrposes of said election; and in
acccrvlanac. with said ordinance, the polling
place i.l hereby designated, at Thomas Brad
fort's carriage house, situated within the
limits of said district; and Messrs. Jos. J.
Acosta, S. F. l.rasset and Morris Oubre have
been applointed commis-sioners, and Arthur
Veron as clerk to ser\-c at said poll. All of
said commnissioners and clerk of election
shalll :cre without compensation.
I do further proclaim and give notice that
itt 5 o'clock p. m. on Thursday, July 3, 1919.
the said board of comraisionecrs of the
Smoke lientd Drainage District, of the parish
of Ascension, L:oiisiannu, \wi meet at Smoke
Itend. the domicil of ra:d board of commis
siolers of <aid utraina::e district, and in
open session 'roceed to ope, !ballot boxes,
examitne and eount the I l:ots in number
and amou!t, extamine and canvass returns
and declare the result of the special elec
tion, which result tiley shall thereafter pro
m~nlctale by publication in oine issue of the 7
official jourtal o(I the parish of AX cension. 1
Done and ;.!.r.d at Smoke Pend, in the
paris:l of Asecisien, state of L(.uisiana, on 1
,this 31;st da:y rcf May, ]!Ws.
FELIX ACOSTA, t
President of Board of Commissioners of the
Smoke Bend Drainage District of the
Parish of Aacenjion, Louisiaia.
1 Owe My Life to PERUNA
Mr. McKinley's letter
brings cheer to all who
may be sufferers as he
was. Read it: I[
"I can honestly say that I owe A1
my life to Peruna. After some of
the best doctors in the country Cured
gave me up and told me I could
not live another month, Peruna
saved me, Travelling from town
to town, throughout the country
and having to go into all kinds M e
of badly heated stores and build
ings, sometimes standing up for
hours at a time while plying my
trade as auctioneer, it is only
natural that I had colds ire
quently; so when this would Mr. Samuel McKinli'y, 3507 E.
occur I paid little attention to it, 12 St, asa
until last December when I con- 12th St., eansas City, Mo., Mem
tracted a severe case, which, her of the Society of U. S. Jewelry
through neglect on my part Auctioneers.
settled on my lungs. When al
most too late, I began doctoring,
but, without avail, until I heard Sold Everywhere.
of Peruna. It cured Ioe; so I Tablet or Liquid Form
cannot p-aise It too highly."
CIVIL SERVICE ,EXAMINATIONS.
Opportunities to Qualify for Fcder -l
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that examina-j
tions will be held in New Orleans onr
the dates stated for filling the fol
lowing local positions in that city:
Inspector of oil, $1600-$1800, zone
supply office, June 23; master ship
fitter, $9.92 per diem, naval station,
July 8; stenographer and typewriter,
Examinations for other positions
are announced as follows: Every
Tuesday, bookkeeper and steno
grapher and typewriter, for employ
ment at Washington, D. C.; July 9,
clerk qualified as storeroom super
visor, coal yard foreman, and store
keeper; July 9 and Sepit. 3, trained
nurse, Panama Canal service; July 91
and Aug. 6, correspondence clerk;,
July 9 and 10 and Sept. 3 and 4, lo
cal and assistant inspector of boilers
and local and assistant inspector of
hulls; July 9, Aug. 6, Sept. 3, and Oct.
8, apprentice fish culturist, coder,
graphotype operator, addressograph
operator, mimeograph operator, proof
reader, and physical laboratory help
er; July 19, clerk, male only, for em
ployment at Washington; July 23,
Aug. 20, and Sept. 17, law clerk and
typist, veterinarian, and lay (meat)
For the following positions no
written examination is required and
applications will be accepted until the
date stated: July 1, pattern maker;
July 8, assistant designing engineer,
educational assistant, female only.
and electrical instrument maker; un
til'further notice, catalytical chemist,
assistant catalytical chemist, junior
catalytical chemist, master computor,
Application blanks and necessary
information concerning any of these
places to be filled may be secured from
the Civil Service Commission, Wash
ington, D. C., or from the Secretary,
Tenth Civil Service District, Custoal
house, New Orleans, La. Circulars
may be seen at the office of the Chief.
666 has more imitations .than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but no one wants imitations
in medicine. They are dangerous.
ff'i . H I l~llii • . d" .-.
State of Louisiana-Parish, of As
dicial District Court.
Ronaldson & Puckett Co., Ltd.,
Vs. No. 2581
B Y VIRTUE OF and in obedience to
an order of seizure and sale, i--
sued by the above named court ini
the above entitled and numbere I
cause, and to me directed, I have
seized and taken into my !)en essioion
and will offer for sale at public a~ec
tion to the last and highest bidd:er
according to law, at the principal
front door of the courthouse of thll
parish of Ascension, in the city cf
SSATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919.
at 11 o'clock a. m., the followin de
scribed property, to-wit:
A certain parcel of real estate in
the parish of Ascension, being :
fractional portion of the southrl:·:
quarter of section 29, township 9
south, range 3 east, southeastern -dis-.
trict east of river, St. HIeena mei
dian in tLouisiana, containing twnety
eight (28) arpents; bounded east by
heirs of Joseph D. Eliser, and wezt
by Elie Bourque.
Terms and conditions--Cash inr
United States currency.
E. C. HANSON,
Sherifft, Parish of Ascension.
Donaldsonville, La., May 16, 1919.
NOTICE TO MORTGAGE
l)onaldsonville, La., May 17, i5191
-N conformity with Sectiontl of Act No.
55 of 1888. tiotice is herelby given to ar'
parties holding mortgages upon real estate
located in the parish of Ascension on which
taxes for the year 1,118 have not been paid.
that I will begin the sale of the same at the
courthouse door on SATURDAY, JUNE 21,
1i19, at 11 o'clock a. m., and that a num
her of pieces of property so delinquent are
now being advertised in this newspaper, in
comformity with 'law, preparatory to curch
sale. The attention of mortgage creditors
is especially called to these advertisements
of tax sales, and they are warned to take
such steps prior to the sale as may he naece
sary to protect their rights.
E. C. HANSON.
Sheriff and ex-officio Tax Collector, Parish
METAL WORKERS AND
We 'wish to announce that we have
opened a shop at 607 Lessard sfreet,
and selicit a share of your patronage.
High-elass work at reasonable prices.
Phone .S, Donaldsonvile, La.
There is more Catarrh In this section
of the country 'than all other diseases
put together;. and for years it was sup
pea.i to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local~remedles and by constantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional con
ditions and -terefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney *
Co., Toledo, Ohio. is -a constitutional
remedy, is taker Internally and acts
thru the Blood."e the Mucous Surfaces
of the Syste$ One Hundred Dollars re
ward is- offlerd for any case that Hall's
Catarrh MedkiSaralts to cure. Send for
circulars and t:istlmonials.
F. J. CHH.NhI & CO., Toledo, Ohio. -
Sold by Dru. tta. ' te.
hai's Tr'ailyli.l for constipation.
LOUISIANA POTATO CROP.
Acreage This Year Less Than Half
The United States Department of
Agriculture estimates the area plant
ed to early Irish potatoes this year at
16,270 uares and compares with 39,
015 in 1918, and 22,715 acres in
1917. Of last season's early potato
acrneae ~bout 27,428 acres were har
vestec .?d ehipped to market, furn
i arng about 3863 carloads. The se
vere losces sustained by farmers gen
erally det rrcd their plunging on po
tatoes rthis pre:ant spring.
A forecast., based on the condition
(80 par ceat) on May 1, indicates a
probable produ:ction of, about 1,028,
264 bushels for shipment. Last year
the quantity shipped was about 2,
Prolonged heavy rains in February
and March hindered planting, and an
n-iusually cool spring has retarded
growth. On poorly drained lands not
a little of the seed is reported as
rotted. No. general movement to
market is expected much before
The following is the estimate of
acreage for Ascension and some of
the adjoining parishes:
Ascension .-. .... - .......... --.........-- 150
Assumption ..~ -----------.... . ....---- 75
East Baton Rouge------...---.....--.........------ 500
Iberville .....-----------... --....----. ...--..-..... 880
Jefferson------------- .................--... ..-....-- 2006
Lafourche ............---..... ..............6500
St. Charles ......... - ........... 300)
St. John the Bap ,.........- . 250
Terrebonne ---.. ---------. 750
According to the above estimates,
the Irish potato crop will be very
short this year, and it is reasonable
to expect that prices will be high.
Those who have planted a large
acreage will no doubt reap a good
$10,500 in Cash Prizes.
For the best yield of corn, cotton,
potatoes, oats, wheat or alfalfa, first
prize $1000; second prize $500; third
prize $250. For rules governing the
contests for the above big cash
prizes which are offered by the Farm
Journal of Philadelphia, write to R.
S. Vickers, Secretary-Manager of the
Seventh South La. -Fair, Donaldson
ville, Oct. 2-5.
Rub.My-Tisn is a powerful:: anti
septic; it 'kills the poison caused from
infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter,
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
Ca!omel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Dodson's tiverelone
Don't take nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious,
S constipated, headachy. Listen to met .
Calominl salivates! It's mercury.
Calomel icts like dyinamite on a
sluggish liver. \When calomel comes
into contact :with sour bile it crashes
into it,causing cram!ping and nausea.
If you feel bilions, headachy, con
stipited and all knocked out, Just go
to your druggist and get a bottle of
I)odson's Liver Tone for a few cents
which is a halrmless vegetable sub
st itute for (ldaigerous caloml l. Take
a spoonful uand jf it doesn't srtl'
J OOS.T T. Ct E ERO
Donaldsoi,,,o m, La.
And Manufacturer of
Steam and Horsepower
Sugar Hous Mahin;ery Repaired
Smoke Sta ck Riggi~ng
Wire Rope, ?ru Burckles and
Sugar House Supplies
Fall Lia. o Pa·'uidhd Varmiahe.
OF "Y' WORKERS
Five Months After Armistice Signed
Welfare Body Has 8,350
Five months after the signing of the
armistice the Young Men's Christian
Sassociation had 8,350 workers over
seas, according to, an official statement
issued by the national war work coun
cil of the association. The figure
shows an increase of 726 workers since
nlast November, indicating that the Y.
AM. C. A. has strengthened its forces,
despite the return of troops to Amer
ica, to meet the greater need for its
work that came with the end of the
Of the total number, 5,528 are men,
a small portion of whom are directing
the "Y" ovierseas work from the Paris
headquarters, while the great majority
are scattered from Archangel to Rome,
and from Vladivostok to Brest and
London and the north of Scotland.
There are 2,187 women workers
abroad. Most of these are helping to
give pleasure to the men who go to the
Y. M. C. A. leave areas, on the Riviera,
at Aix les Bains, at C .uterets in the
Hautes Pyrenees, and elsewhere. More
than 40 are assisting in the mbtion
picture entertaninment of the troops.
In the overseas entertainment bu
reau of the war work council there
are 635 men and women workers
abroad. Of these, 352 were. recruited
by the Overseas Theater league work
ers-12f men and 227 wgmen. The
remainder, 283, re enlisted by the
"Y" entertainment section:
Since the beginning of its overseas
work, the Y. M. C. A. has sent 11,229
men and women abroad-8,338 men
and 2,891 women. Of these, 2,645 men
and. 234 women have returned, eleven"
were killed in action, three died of
',ounds and 56 froma disease and othe
Always Ask for Genuine
0l4ayer Tablets of Aspirin"
Only Aspirin Tablets with the safe
ty "Bayer Cross" on them are gen
uine "Bayer *Tablet' of Aspirin,"
owned and made by Americans and
proved safe by millions of people.
Unknown quantities of fraudulent
Aspirin Tablets were sold recently by
a Brooklyn dealer which proved to be
composed mostly of Talcum Powder.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" should
alwayi be asked for;: Then 1qokfor
the safcty ,Bayer .ros * on the
package, and i.e talet. Accept
nothing_ ,else I 6:r opib -df.i$$cs and
dosage in esh Baye. jacltag ..'
Aspirin is the trade mark of-Bayer~
Manufacture, of+ Monoaceticacidester
your liver and -straighten you up_
better and `quicker ,thn nasty calo
mel and without making you sick,
you just go back and get your money.
If you take calomel today you'll be
sick and nauseated tomorrow; be
sides, it may salivate you, while if
you take Dodsou's Liver Tone you
will wake up feeling great, ful of
ambition and ready for work or
play. It is harimless, pleasant and
safe to give to children-; they like it
The Mis of
Swift & Company
Swift & Company has become one of
the large businesses of the world through
continuing to meet the growing needs of
a nation and a world.
Society has a right to ask how the
increasing responsibilities and opportu
nities for usefulness which go with such
growth are being used by the men who
direct its affairs-and -the men have the
right 'to answer:
To promote the production of live st$ck and
perishables and increase the food supply;
To reach more people with more and better
To make a fair competitive profit, in order to
reimburse the 25,000 shareholders for the
use of their capital, and to prpvide.for the,
.fuLtuir development of the business;
To reduce to a minimum the costs of preparing •
and distributing meat and to divide the
benefits of efficiency with producer and
To 4ive and let live, winning greater business,
- only through greater usefulness, with injury
to nothing but incompetency, 'inefficiency,
and waste; to deal justly, fairly, and frankly
These are the purposes and motives of the, men who
direct the policies and practices of Swift & Company.
Swift &Company, U. S. A.
A. S. B beb Manager
. .' ,0 00 .
STATE TAX SALES OF IMMOVABLE
State of Louisiana Versus Delinquent Tax
Debtors, Parish of" Ascension.
BY VIRTUE OF the authority vested in
me h stitution and laws of the
state o iana, I will sell at the
principal front door of the courthouse :n
which the district court' of said parish is
held, within the legal hours for judicial sales,
I eginning at 11 o'clock a. m., on
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919,
and continuing on Monday and- each sue
reeding day until said sales are completed,
a' imnmovpble pronerty on which taxes are
n-":' due to the state of Louisiana and parish
..f Ascension, to enforce collection of the
taxc:: assessed in the- year 1918, together with
interest thereon from the 31st day of De
cember, 1918, at the rate of ten per cent
per annum, until paid, and all costs. The
names of said. delinquent taxpayers, the
amount of taxes due by'each on the-assesa
ment of said year, and the immovable prop
erty assessed to each to be offered for sale;
are as follows, to-wit:
Ward One, Atchafalaya Basin Levee District.
Mills, Mrs. Lizzie, 50-100 acres impd, i
b M r, ab by Joseph, bel by Keller. Assess
ment. $100. Taxes, $2.07.
Rising Star Hall, F. B. C., 1 acre impd,
r b M r, ab by Brown, bel by Brown-i 10-100
acre impd, r b M r, ab by" Brown, bel by
Jones. Assessment, $260. Taxes, $5,75.
Ward Three, Lafourche Basin -Levee District.
Baker, Herber't, L., impd 1-3 of lot 20, sq
43. Assessment, $300. Taxes.-$5.43,
Doran, M. R., impd lot 44, sq 12. Assess
ment,_$1000. Taxes, $18.10.
Hiram Lodge 12, vac % lot 6, sq 1. Assess
ment, $100. Taxes. 1.81.
Hite. Mrs. Lizzie, impd lots 27 nd 88,
sq 8, Churchville. Assessment, $620Oaxes,
King, Richard, vac lot 139. 10,-Church
ville. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.81. .
Romano,. Jos., vac lot 12, sq 5, Church
ville. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.81.
Ward Five, Pontchartrain Basin Levee Dist.
SBaptiste, Jos.: impd lot 24,. sq 135,' St.
Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes,, $2A.1.
Bringier, Chas., impd lots 4 and 5, sq '167,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $200. Taxes, $5.22.
Green, Mrs." Martha, 1 acre, impd; - b M
r, Farm C. Sub Div; Farms 137, 138 and
139. Assessment, $160. Taxes, $3.61.
Ward Seven Pontchartrain Basin Levee Dis.
Bell,- os, Jr., 40 and 2-100 acres, lots 8
and- 4.-'see- 20-10-3. Assessment, $600.
Braud, Henry C., 40 and 2-100 aeres
impd, s % of n w 'A, see 20-10-3. Assess
ment, $640. Taxes, $21.54.
Gautreau- Aleide, 23- and 40100 acres
impd, middle por e X- of q e 1/, see -29-9-3.
Assessment, $380. Taxes, $10.21.
Gonzales Silver Cornet -Band, vac lot -10,
sq - 1-0, Gonzales town. .- Assessment, ,$100.
Grahamn, Mrs. L, D., 1 acre4impd, fret por
n .w ', lot 4, see 29-9-4. Assessment,
$100. Taxes; $2.04. - -
Roundtree,. W. J., 16.seres ..v~c, fret n w
% lot 6, sec 29-9-4. -AsiSeitment, $150.
Taxes, $2.41. -
Triche, J. A. and Norbert, 41 aid 48-100
acres impd-'s -e / of-s w A% see 36-9-2.
Assessment, $620. -Taxes,. $16.92.
Wilson, Mrs. Evelina, ?-.and 50-100 acres
impd, n o 14 of n w 4; see 1-10-2. .Assess
ment, $180. Taxes,-'3:99.
Ward Eighth, Pontchartrain Basin Levee Dis.
Braud, Mrs. -0. C,, 18 acres impd, fretta
'4 of lot 5, see 12-9 2. Assessment, $330~
Taxes, $10.77- .
.lrauid, Emile, 1 anp4 41-100acresti ipd,
lot 6 fret Chaisson Trae8, see -60-92,.
Assessment. $90. Taxes, $1.68.
James, Hugh W., 40 acres- impd, fret.' wiv
,. -seep 29-8-3 Assessment, $680. Taxes,
Landry, Levoda, 3 td 2-100 5eres5 impd,
fret n e port of Hebert Tract, see 38-9-2.
Assessment, $0 Taxes, $1.11.
Lass, Jos.. A.1 acre impds, e cor lots 4
and 5 aneLw sAof;n w ~4, see 1-9-3, Assess
ment, $29: Taxes, $0.27.
Nickens, Seaborn J., 80 acres impd, fret
sec 15-3-3; 47 acres impd, fret n end sec 14
8-3. Assessment, $1580. Taxes, $26.05.
White, Thos. A., 21 acres impd,. fret see
White, J. P.,62 acres impd, fret, s e 4 of
37-9-2, Assessment, $590. Taxes, $12.45.
s w 4, see 1-9-2. Assessment. $1179.
Taxes, $37.14.: ,
Ward Three, Lafourche Basin Levee Dis.
Bernard, Missa ý.. impd Vk int in lot 73.
sq 1. Assessmeit. $800. Taxes, $14.48.
Jhmonville, Edga impd % lot 26, sq 8;
Assessment, $400.-- Taxes, $7.24..
Jumonville, Alex. impd V4 lot 26, sq 8.
Assessment, $400. Taxes, $7.24.
Ward sour, Lafoulsahe Basin Levee District.
Thomas, V. P;, 2acres impd, r b M r, ab
by l Braud, e be. byl Melancon. Assessment.
$360. Taxes, $6.83.
Ward Eive.Pontchirtrain Buass Levee Dis.
Babington, Mike, vac lot 1, sq 11, St. Elmo.
Assessment,$40; Taxes, $0.80.
Bartholmew, Victor, vac. lots 6-7, sq. 140.
St. Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.18'
Beattie, S. H., vac. lots 1-2-3-4, sq. 13,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $200. Taxes, $4.35.
Brown, Paul, vac. lots 19-20-21, Sq. 112,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $140. Taxes, $2.90.
Buras, J., vac. lots 11 and 12, sq. 23, St.
Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.17.
Cantrell, Felix,' vac. lot 13, sq. 32, St.
Elmo. Assessment, $40. Taxes, $0.80.
Carrero, Mrs, Rosa vae. lots 18 and 14, sq.
86, St. Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.18.
Chastant, Albert, Sr., vac. lota 13 and 14,
sq. :23, and 18 and 19, sq. 42, St. Elmo.
Assessment, $200. Taxes, $4.35.
Charpentier, Pierre, vae. lots 4 and l, sq.
119, St. Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes,
Cooper, Lewis, vac. lots 13-14-15-16, so.
6, St. Elmo. Assessment, $200. Taxes,
Carnelius. Thomas, vae. lots 4 and 6, so.
168, St. Elmo; Assessment, $100. Taxes,
Cosceno, Rosariovac. lots 11-12 and 14
to 23 inc., sq.. 83, St. Elmo. Assessment.
$600. Taxes, $13.05. -
Coscino,.M., vac. lots 1-2-3-4-5-6, so. 49,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $300. Taxes, $6.53.
Coulon, Ernest M., vac. lots 6-7, sq.- 70,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.17.
Cox, W. D., vae.lot 13, sq.' 66, vac. lot 1,
so. 28, and lot 10, sq. 25; St. Elmo. As
sessment, $140; Taxes, $2.98.
Craig, Mrs. Catherine 0., vac. lots 5-6,sq.
8, vac. lots 1-2, sq. 28, vas. lots 1 and 2, sq.
145, vac. lots '1-2..4.7-8-9-10, sq. 93, St.
Elmo. Assessment, $700. Taxes, $15.28.
Dantin, Harris P., vac. lot 10, sq. 53, St.
Elmo. Assessment, $40. Taxes, $0.82.
Dantin, P. O.,.vae. lots 20 and 21, sq. 29,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $100. Taxes, $2.18.
Fendell, Chas., vae lot I, sq 156. - Assess
ment, $40.. Taxe.d $0.80.
Johnson, Henry; 'vap. lots 13-14, sq. 184.
St. Elmo. Assessment; $100. Taxes, $2.18.
Keiffer, Mrs. Mattle L., 24 acres impd..
E. part s. W.: % of s. e. 44, see; 22-10-3.
Assessment, $240. Taxes, $10.14.
Lantier. Misits eresa, vac. lot 8, sq. 42.
St. Elmo." :Assessment, $40. Taxes, j0.80.
Lantier, Amanda V.; vae. 16t 4, sq. 42, St.
Elmo. Assessment, $40. Taxes, $0.80.
Maurip, Henry C. vac. lot 2, sq. 46, St.
Elmo.. Assessment, $40. Taxes, $0.80.
Melancon, Chas., vac lot 6,. sq 176: lot 11,
sq 182: lots 8 and.9, sq 17n: lots 1,.2, 12
and 13, sq 178, St. Elmno. Assessment,
$400. Taxes, $8.70..
Newehurch, Jos.; vac. lot 2,' sq. 4t1 St.
Elmo. Assessmentý,$40. Taxes,. $0.80.
Norheim, Iver; vae. jots 19- 041-22, sq.
140, St. Elmo.. Assessment, $200.: Taxes,
Ordayne; Jules,.v lots 11-12, sq. 58, St.
Elmo. Assessment,' $100. Taxes, $2.18.
Riley, H. E., va lot 20, sq 4,69, St. Elmo.
Assessment, $40';' Taxes, '50.8"..
Rizsuta, Mr 'ts, vae. lots 1"1- to 17
inc., sq. 81, St `Elno'. Assessment,. $340.
Taxes, $7.38. .' - .
Ruttley, Leon, -.ae. lots 9-10, sq;. 145 ,t.
Elmo. Assessmen,$100.- Taxes: $2,18,'
'Scarbo rogshb $O)ti, vrae lots `S asid.4, sq
81, St. 3. Assessment 4100, Taxes, $2.13.
-St. Aassti Mrs. Alisoe S.J, 37 eres, v4ate
of a. j of a w , aje 2-10-&<. Aejsesent.t
$so80.: -Taxes, $1S'.t,:+, " ,
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Stanley, F. M., van lot 4. so 65: St.
Lssessment, $40. Takes, $0.80.
Stanley, F. M., vac. lot 4, sad. 6
Elmo. Asr:essmet, $40. Taxes. $0.80.
Stanley, C. G., vac. lot 5, sq. 65,
Elmo. Assessment, $40. Taxes, $0.80.
.Thompson, Lawrence B., van lot 1 s,
St. Elmo. Assessment, $40. Taxes, ,
Tuttle, J. H., vac. lot 13, sq. 22, St.
Assessment, $40.. Taxes, $0.80.
Victor, Mrs. Ma-tilda, "ac lot sq 17",
Assessmant, $40. Taxes, $0.80.
White. Ida, vac. lots 3-4, sq. 92, St.'
(ssessment, $100. Taxes, $2.17.
Ward Seven, Pontchartrain Basin Levee
Barney, Johns j 40 and 380
acres, fret lot 4, e' 27-9-2, Assessi
$400. Taxes, $14,15.
Ward Eight, Pontchartrain Basin Levee.
Solassi, Jno. R., 6 and 70-100 acres
fret w / of n e '4, sec 29-9-8. Ass
aent, $260. Taxes, $5.83.
*And on said day of sale I will sell I
portions of said property as each tax de
shall point out, and in case the tax
will not point out sufficient property, Ii
at once and without further delay sell.
least quantity of said property of any'
debtor which any bidder will buy for
amount of taxes, interest and costs duc
said debtor, the safe to be without ap
ment, for cash, in legal tendor money of=
United States, and the property sold
be redeemable at any time for the spaeS
one year, by paying the price given, in
ing costs and twenty per cent thereon.
E. C. HANSON, Sheriff and Tax Colle
Dopaldsonville, La., May 17, 1919.
State, of Louisiana-Parish of
dicial District Court.
E. P. Brady
Vs. No. 2638
S- James Randall
BY aTUE of and in obedien"
an order of seizure and sal
sued by the above named
in the above entitled and num
cause, and to me directed, I
siezed and taken into my
session, and will offer for
at public auction to the
and highest bidder, according to
at the principal front door of
courthouse of the parish of
sion, in the city of Donaldsonvill
SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919
at U1 o'clock a. m., the followin
scrilbed property, to-wit:
One certain'lot of ground tog
with improvements thereon, a
1ights, waysrtnd privileges, servi
and advantages thereunto belol
and in anywise appertaining, si
in the town of St. Elno, parish 0
cension, stat of Louisiana,
designated by the No. twent
(22) of .square No. one hundre
sixty-nine (169), bounded by
York,- Michigin, Mississippi and
kansas streets, as delineated up
plan of survey and subdivision:
by W. A. Blalock, civil en
duly recorded in the Conv
Records of the parish of Ascen
Terms and conditions-C
United States currency.
E. C. HANSO
* Sheriff, Patish of A sce
"Donaldsonville, La., May 13
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