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H OF JOSEPH VACCARO.
Joseph Vaccaro died in th,, Odd
ellows' Home, at ('rowley, on last
r 'riday afternoon, and interment \vw
made at that place.
Coming to this country when ia
mere lad, Mr. Vacc'aro li vd( in vari
ous portions of the South until 1IS52,
when he moved to West I'eliciana
Parish and made this place his liomn
most of the time until about two
years before his deathl. He took
out naturalization papefrs in St. Fran
cisville and cast his first vote for
At the outbreak of the war between
the states, Mr. Vaccaro enlisted in
Capt. Tooraen's company of infantry
from West IFeliciana and served sev
eral years with distinction. lie only
ccnsented to quit fighting when he
had become so badly wounded that he
was unable to follow the march.
Mr. Vaccaro was a carlwnter andl
builder and the skill with which hie
followed these avocations is IreOl'P.l
bered by most of us here.
In 1902, after having become (old
and gray. Mr. Vaccaro decided he
would return to his native home in
Italy and spend his declining years
amidst his boyhood environments. Ar
riving there he found he had grown
away from the old thoughts and
ideas, and that he was a stranger in
a strange land. He remained there
a short time and returned to Bayou
Sara. About two years ago, having
no close relatives to .look after hii
in his declining years, he decided
to enter the newly completed Odd
Fellows' Home at Crowley. He was
a Past Master and charter member
of Bayou Sara Lodge No. 50, I. O.
O. F., and was ever an enthusiastic
Since living in Crowley Mr. Van
caro made two or three visits back
to Bayou Sara, and was always sure
of a warm greeting from his friendtl
in this parish.
A handsome apartment house plau
ned and constructed on modern lines,
will be built in Baton Rouge by .Mrs
Robert C. Wickliffe on the lot fac
ing Church street, immediately bt:
hind the federal building. The struc
ture will consist of six flats, each
flat containing six rooms and a bath.
and the plans are in conformity with
Mrs. Wickliffe's own original ideas
on the subject, and drawn out with
her close supervision. It will be the
first of its sort erected in the capital.
The new building will be erected
during the spring, and will. be ready
for occupancy before the autunin.
The need for such a building has
been commented upon, as Baton
Rouge has many temporary residents,
to whom such faclities will be es
t NINTH WARD NOTES. "
Miss Marjorie Hill has been spend
ting a few days with Miss Irene Wads
Miss Alice Daniel, who spent the
Christmas holidays at home, return
ed to her duties in the Presbyterian
SHospital, New Orleans, on Tuesday.
Mr. P. S. Johnson has been sick
Miss Helen Johnson spent the hol
Idays at home, returning to St. Fran
cisville on Monday.
Mrs. Walter Maryman entertained
at a miscellaneous shower last Sat
urday afternoon in honor of Miss Mar
jorie Hill. She received quite L nuin
ber of pretty and useful gifts. All
present reported a most enjoyable
afternoon. Delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess.,
Miss Irene Wadsworth entertained
the young people on Monday even
i)ng, in honor of Miss Marjqrie Hill
and Miss Alice Daniel. The inclem
ent weather prevented a good many
from being present, but a very en
joyable evening was spent by those
who were present.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Carney enter
tained their entire family for the
holidays. There were present their
fire daughters, two sons, daughter
in-law, and three sons-in-law besides
nine grandchildren, there being twen
ty-three members in all. One son
in-law was unavoidably detained on
business. This was quite a delight
ful occasion, the first time in four
years that the children had all been
together. There was a C('hristmas
tree for the children and on Christ
mas day, besides the immnediate fain
ily for Christmas dinner, Mr. H-Iughi
Connell was a guest.
Mr. Joe Maryman visitc(d Jacwkson
Captain A. G. Shannon, a -iromi
nent lawyer of Woodville, Miss., died
at his home Tuesday morning of
heart trouble. Captain Shannon was
a graduate of the University of Vir
ginia. Hie has been a successful
practitioner of the Mississippi bar
for 30 years.
Now is a good time to look over
your supply of stationery and see
what you need in this line for the
coming year. The True Democrat's
work and prices will please you.
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W_ LT Mail orders given
akesreuycon S I REYMOND . L . prompt attenton.
S E MN 0 i okaes reductions Fildled same day
they are always SOUTHWEST COR. MAIN & THIRD STREETS., BATON ROUGE, LA. ie ae r d
Y they are receive.
genuine values..... ANNOUNCE THEIR t- e
Great nnual earance
P u t6
Put on Tuesday, December 31st, at 9 a. n., and
Lasting for Twenty Days.
In this, the greatest of our Clearance Sales, we shall place on sale at phenomenally low prices $60,000 worth of the best
and most seasonable merchandise ever offered to the public of Baton Rouge, including Ladles Suits and
Millinery, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings. And, remember, that when Reymond
says "bargains" he mean bargains, Nowhere else can you find goods of Reymond
qnality at such prices as Reymond quotes. This sale continues 20 days.
Great Clearance Sale Values in Our Here are Some Splendid Offers from the
Ready-to-Wear Department. Dry Goods Section.
In our Annual Clearance Sale this All of our $25.00 Dresses will be sold Misses' Sweaters, $3 value at$1.98 60c Dress Goods at .......39
year we have a little better selection at only .. . ... $12.50 Misses' Sweaters, $4 value at$2.9S 75c Broadcloth at ............. 49"
of Ready- to-Wvear Garments than wf We have a selection of beautiful Ladies' Sweaters, $4 value at $1.25 Broadcloth at ...........
d have ever offered. Nothing from last Evening Dresses which we will selladies' Seaters, 4 value at$2.9
year's stock, but all this season's at exactly one-half regular price. Aviator Caps, $1,25 values at-..954 $1.50 Broadcloth at ."""" $1.19
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS. CHILDREN'S COATS. Aviator Caps, 75ce values at...594. $1.00 Corduroy at ..............751
.5LADIES' TAILORED SUITS. CHLRE'0CAS
Among the Ladies Tailor Sits Any of the Coats we sold up to $3.00 Children's Union Suits, 35e value 90c Panama Cloth at ..........50
Swe find: will be sold at .............. 98 at ......................19€ Ladies' Silk Shirt Waists one-third
º Suits that were up to $10.00, at Any of the Coats we sold up to $5.00 Children's Drawers, 50c value at25€ off regular price.
only ............. .....$4.9 will be sold at .. ....... $1.98 Odds and Ends Ladies' Underwear BLANKETS AND COMFORTS.
17 Suits that were $15.00 and $17.00. Any of the Coats we sold up to $8.00 at ONE-flALF PRICE. One special lot of Matting at..19
at only .......... $7.9 will be sold at .......... $3.98 3 Dress Goods at . 19 One Spoecial 5 Counter.
1" Suits that were $19.00 and $25.00 re have about 25 assorted styles oSi Special Item from Great
at only .................$9.90 Cravenette and Cloth Coats that we SX S e il t ms fo our Gra
sold up to $7.50. This sale at
s Any of our $30.00 Suits we will sell only .................... 98.9S Shoe Store.
at only ................$15.00 LADIES' SKIRTS. One lot Children's Shoes, button and at ........ .............. $1.00
Any of our $35.00 Suits we will sell lahe, were $1.00 to $1.50. This One lot Ladies' Shoes, $2.00 to $4.00
at only ................$17.50 we have three special lots of I~a sale ................ ....... '5 grade. This sale ........$1[.50. -
dies' Skirts at the following low One lot Misses' Shoes, button and One lot Men's Shoes, $2.00, $2.50 and
All of our $10.00 Dresses will be sokd prices: lace, $1.50 to $3.00 values. This $3.00 grade. This sale.... $1.50
at only ..................$4.98 $1.98, $3.98. $5.98 sale .....................$1.00
1- All of our $15.00 Dresses will be sold This is less than one-half the ac- One lot Ladies' Shoes, $2.00 to $3.00 One lot Men's Shoes, $3.00 to $4.00
at only ........*...... :..$7.50 tual value, values, all high-grade. This sale values. This sale........ $.00
The Wants of Every Man and Boy Can Be Supplied at Remark
ably Low Prices in This Great Sale. Here Are
Some Clothing Bargains:
ny MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SLI~TS. Boys' Overcoats at a discount MEN'S TROUSERS. 106 pair Men's Troue~, worth $3.50'
cii 2S Suits, worth $8 to $12, at $4.75 or ................20 per cent .i pair Men's Trousers worth $1.50to 4.50, at................$2.65
se :P Suits, worth $12.50 to $16.50, MEN'S HATS. to $2.00, at................1.00 122 pair Men's Trousers, worth $5.00
at ..................... $9.75 The biggest bargain we ever offered to $7.50, at.......... $3.65(
--Hats worth $3.00, $3.50 and $5.00, 75 pair Men's Trousers, worth $2.50
h'.) Suits, worth $18.00 to $20.00, at one price ...........$2.15 to $3.00, at.:.............$1.65 WUNDERHOSE
e at .................... 12.75 being closed out. Four pair guaran
44 Suits, worth $22.50 to $25.00, teed four months, that sold for $1,
at .................. $15.75 Millinery and Furs. now sellisg for ............6e5
on- 21 Suits, worth $27.50 to $35.00, BOY' KNEE PANTS SUITS.
on at BN PT. $18.75
at ..t.-, ...$18.... . 75. MILLINERY. sisting of the latest modes in Scarfs
SWtTRS $2.50 and $3.00 Sui~ts at ...... 1.05
Now is the time to buy Sweaters- After looking over our stock very and Muffs, will be offered at one- $3.50 and $5.00 Suits at. . 85
ow is the ti e to uy Sw e teAll Suits fro m $ 6.00 Su ts $12. 00.. Rus
as g ltin prices, carefully we have marked all of half the marked prices. We have
MEN'S OVERCOATS. our hats that sold up to $1.98 down rlly a few of the beautiful Red stan and Sailor Blouses included,
17 Men's fine Overcoats, worth$16.,0 to ......................49¢ "oxos, White Iceland and Isabella *" at a discount of....25 per cent.
to $2-.00, at ..............$8.75 All that sold up to $3 down to 98g Poxes that we received a little late , MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
20 Men's fine Overcoats, worth $10 All that sold up to $6 down to$1.98 lor the holidays. It will pay you to Odds and ends in 'Men'S.Underwear
to $15, at ................ $6.75 Undersuits that sold at $5.00. T~his
FURS. look this over carefully and buy for
mi- Men's Cravenette Overcoats at a Sale ..................$2.50
oied discount of ........25 per cent Our exquisite line of Furs, con- future. This is a special worth looking into.
It is Our Policy Not to Carry Over Anything From.Season to Season in Our