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The Lower Coast Gazette
The Lower OSto the
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY this f
The Lower Coast Gazette Co. ment
Pointe.-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. as to
-:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF:- sity f
PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURY, out i
ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, op
RIVERM Aux CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, imp01
PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, are ti(
LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, ard t
BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGB DISTRICT, d
TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. boxes
Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache rPostoffice as ing tdivi
Second Class Mail Matter. ing t
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26 1914. ing t]hes
____ - ihng t
The Preparation of Oranges for quire
Market. as lit
A Note and Comment in the Agricultural throe
News points out the large degree of attention pure
that has been given by agricultural authorities for u
in South Africa to matters connected with the move
shipment of citrus fruit. The importance of have
standard boxes was strongly emphasized, and prov
in order to show the value of good packing, it easil
was stated that careful shippers during 1912 itsell
were getting 17s. 6d. per box of oranges, while this
careless ones obtained only 3s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. per then
box. The chances cf commercial loss in this di- the
rection were, it was pointed out, largely reduc- per] 1
ed by a system of Trade Commissioners in Lon- wral
don and a method of Government inspection of han<
fruit at the seaports of the Union. witlh
It now appears that Rhodesia is hastening to the
devote attention to the same thing. In the I per
Rhodesia Agricultural Journal for August 1914. righ
the citrus advisor to the British South Africa sitic
Company which is largely responsible for Rhod- are
esian interests calls attention to the action on per
the part of the Union of South Africa briefly twit
outlined above, and gives information as to the er
best methods of preparing oranges for market, ope
confining these remarks not to the fruit of a
highly selected kind known as 'kid glove' var- to
leties, but to the general average standard of box
Sfruit produced on the ordinary estate. wh
After discussing the time to gather fruit, the
Sthe writer proceeds to describe the appliances the
reqoirted. The importance of the careful use of lay
clippers for gathering is indicated, and it is
vointed out that the calyx should be allowed to
remain on the orange, for it is one of the hall
marks of properly handled fruit. No protrud
ing stub, however, must be left, or it will of
puneture other fruits coming in contact with it. di.
In connection with picking baskets or bags, it the
i i stated that a wicker basket made flat on one no
Sside to fit against the back, and padded inside so
to prevent the fruit getting bruised is the most an
.4; , stfactory receptacle. The .gathered fruit is or
ut t into a grove box next; the fruit must be fo
Itaken out and put into the groved box by hand
a"- d not poured out. No particular pattern of
box is necessary, but the boxes should be strong
and measure about 13 inches wide by 14 inches
S y 27 to 30 inches long. The pickers should
en, di not to fill the grove boxes so full that I
i& fiuit lies higher than.the top of the sides,
' at they can be placed on a wagon one on
Qther in tiers without injur~ing the top fruits
tarrying them from the grove to the
'asighouse. Also, when filled, they should
jyved to the shade of trees while waiting to
Because the ob'jedt of present day fruit grow
1o cultivate low-headed wide-spreading t
the importance of ladders is not as great t
"- In fact every endeavor should be d
iempldo ladders as little as possible be. 0
they tend to cause injury to the trees.
" InA mpW matter which requires,.howevier a
tteutieo it the curing of oranges. When i
"s first taken from the tree, the cells 14
4,t"md ate filled with water and expanded t
fiul extent causint the rind to be brittle I
cell, easily broken. Ii this condition
- 4rit eti ak 0 would belikely to occur
e the nmsisture .from the rind th
iwgroveboxes, which are stacked
)Iae pcking 'house and the air
.ilite freely round and through
ythe rind bec mes more tanI4
4 l~~din tjlickness; Inqthis
1 stnd! prese without bruising
S 0ngt of ,tIme equired for
n to the humidity Gf the
a .. ttne datepdnto g packing
i~$eh6O4 that funagi and
rk.and cause dise'se and
e~-hosee w.thout .b.lmih.,
*ept~ey, nd mnarked
W it is tatdhat ustless
woi of gad. gi
fruit unfit for any grade whatever is thrown in
to the box placed near him for the purpose and
this fruit is discarded altogether.
It has already been shown that the Govern
ment of South Africa has laid down regulations Be it
as to the size of the orange boxes, and a neces- A. 0. 19
sity for standardization in Rhodesia is pointed Befor
out in the article under review. The points of puand swo,
importance to be observed in making the boxes Parish a
are that the frames should be made accurate appeare
and the parts square with each other or the each an(
boxes will be crooked and the inside unevenly That,
divided, which will result in the packed box be- subject
ing too tight or too loose. Instructive details ations, a
are given in connection with the making of for the
these boxes but space will not permit reproduc- these Ir
ing the information here. Turning next to the body po
actual packing, it is stated that paper is re- [tipulatl
quired which should be thin, strong and contain herebyi
as little oil as possible to enable it to absorb and
throw off moisture rapidly. The paper can be 1Te
purchased from dealers cut into squares ready and its
for use in standard sizes. To facilitate the re- be at V
moval of oranges from the bins into which they This
have rolled from the sizer, a movable stool is Joy cor
provided to enable the packer to reach the fruit (99) a
easily. Coming to the operation of packing e
itself, detailed information again is given on poratioi
this subject. If the wraps have a design upon ess to
them they are placed in the paper holder with
the design downward. With stool box and pa- of all
per holder placed ih position the packer takes a or sd
wrap with the tips of the fingers of the left suranc
hand allowing it to spread out over his palm; homest
with the right hand he takes an orange from I pose
the bin and puts it, blossom end on, into the pa- corpon
per on the palm of his left hand and with the power
right gives the ends a twist and places it in po- gage l
Ssition in the box. The first two layers of fruits enl
- are placed in the box with the twist of the pa- and rt
Sper upwards; after they are placed with the store
y twist downwards. This brings the fruit in prop- to ow
e er position in case the bottom of the box is of trai
opened by mistake in the market. right
a The manner of placing the fruit in the box lease
to suit the nine different packs and to fill the equipi
f box exactly and tightly to the proper level ness,
which is from 1-2 to 3-4 inch above the edge of an
t, the box is indicated in a diagram accompanying objeci
s the article which shows the arrangement of a cIt d
)f layer of oranges of different sizes in crates.
is- is he
S The Louisiana Southern Railway. thous
ill Th wh~cl
MR. Mark Anthony, district passenger agent dre
ill of the Gulf Coast lines of the Frisco System, is dred
displaying his energy and ability in working up lb
t the business of the Louisiana Southern Railroad and
ne now that that section of the state is becoming 00),
S so popular to visitors who are desiring to ex- may
t amine the lands of the famous Lower Coast ic
s orange country and in a letter states to us as sbm
e follows: by t
d Regular round trip tickets on`sale daily bear- pora
ing ten day's liimt' l1tiie $Y.30, Belair $1.60. . Al
Week end rates, on 'slk Sikdtuday and Sunday pora
n returning Monday. Fahnie $1.05. Balair $1.10. I lseC
es Saturday afternoon and Sunday, returning Sun- prs
id day. Fannie $0.85 and Belair $0.90. Ing
Business men's tickets, containing 62 rides for lug
calendar month. Fannie $14.50 and Belair $15.00 at t
20 ride Commutation books, limited sixty days frsi
on from date of sale. Good for purchaser only. e
its Fannie $8.00 and Belair $8.50. Oha
he 30 ride Family Commutation books, limited six eith
ud months. Fandie $16.50 and Belair $17.55. leas
Those who are traveling shorter distances me
than we generally do or who desire to go clear add
W through to the Court House, the whole fifty by
mg iles and are willing to commit themselves to ane
at the purchase of a given number of tickets can
be doubtless make similar arrangements to those ami
offered to Fanny and Belair by Mr. Anthony.
The morning train leaves the city at7 o'clock "'na
e. and runs through to Pointe a la Hache,. reach- or
en ing there about 11. Returxing in the afternoon bei
ell leaving Pointe a la Hache at 2 o'clock, it reaches ye
ed the city at 6 o'clock in the eveniing. The even- e
tle ing train is the fast train, leaving New Orleans
on at 4:30 and getting to Pointe a la Hache before
ur. o'clock. It leaves Pointe a la Hache at 7 be
th o'clock in the morning and reaches the city at t
~ugh American Rice Production. th
THE U. S. Department of Agriculture has a
sin recently issued its Deeember estimate of the
fr crop report of the Bureau of Crop Estimates of to
the acreage, production and value of the im 1a)
the portant farm crops of the United States for in a
ing 1914, 1913 and 1912, based upon the reports of fri
d correspondence and agEtitof the bureau. This sa
a report covers rnee, con-t W , it is re
iorted that i11914 th acres in
fie.'teproduction of b~ut 34.1 vi
Sbulielp per acre &nd the tipte of th rice was
-placedat about 92.4 cents per hbshel
' 'he report for 1913 covers an area In rice of
l ie ~21100 acres with 1,1 buahisper at~ t, valued
i s5t 88 cett per bushel For 19 in area of
CHARTER 0 R. M. MURPHY COM- OFI
PANY, INC. P
United States of America,
S State of Louisiana, Presi
Parish of Orleans, J. B.
City of New Orleans. 8ee'
Be it known, that on this 9th day of
the month of December, in the year Lucen a
A. 10. 1914,
Before me, Eraste Vidrine, Notary Jose
Public, duly commissioned, qualified
and sworn in and for the above-named Frank C
Parish and State, personally calne and
appeared the several persons whose
names are hereunto subscribed, who Dr. H.
each and all declared:
That, availing themselves of the Dr. Chas.
laws of the State of Louisiana on the
subject of the incorporatiton of corpor
Sations, and especially of Act 267 of the Marc
Legislature of the State of Louisiana
for the year 1914, they have and do by Ernest
t hese presents organize and constitute embe
thnmserlves into a corporation and Membe
body politic in law under the following Simos
Sstipulations and provisions, which they
hereby adopt as their articles of incor- 1st Ward
potation or charter, to-wit: p. O
e The name of this corporation shall End War
t. RI. M. MURPHY COMPANY, INC., P. 0
Y and its domicile is hereby declared to 3rd War
be at Venice, in the Parish of Plaque- Had
mines, State of Louisiana. Ha
V This corporation shall have and en- 4th War
, joy corporate existence and succession P. O
tor and during a period of ninety-nine 5th War
(99) years, unless sooner dissolved. 6th Was
The objects and purposes of this cor- P. 0
Sporation and the nature of the busi- 7th Wa
11 ness to.be conducted and carried on 8th wa
Sby it are hereby declared to be the Sth Wa
general contracting business inclusive
l of all businesses allied or growing out Ja
a of said general contracting business, 10th Wa
except the business of banking and in- O.
t surance and all of their several forrs, PariSt
; homestead building and loan associa- resida
tions, also except any business or pur- sd
pose which might characterize this Secretal
a- corporation as a public service corpor
ation. The corporation shall have . C
power to own, lease, buy, sell, mort
0- gage land and generally deal in and
develop the same; it shall have power let We
and authority to operate, own or lease O.
a- and run one or more commissaries or 2nd Wi
he stores and may do all that pertains to 3
country business; it shall have power 3Hdi
P to own, operante and conduct all lines Ha
1s of transportation and means thereof in 4th Ws
its contracting business, including the To
right to own, operate or to charter or 5th W
OX lease boats, barges, dredges and all
e equipment necessary or incidental to P
any character of its contracting buss- 6th W
vel ness, together with the right to do Be
of anything that may be necessary or in- 7thW
cidental to the accomnplishment of tihe
ng objects and purposes hereinabove re. B
f a citd with the right to own stock in 8th W
other corporations. O.
ARTICLE III. * 9th a
The capital stock of this corporation
is hereby fixed at the sum of. fifty th
thousand dollars ($50,000.00), none of 0.
which shall be preferred, and which
ent capital stock shludl consist of five hun
dred shares of a par value of one hun- 1st
IS dred dollars ($100,000) each. The capi- 1td
UP tal stock of this corporation may be 2nd
subsequently increased to one hundred
ad and fifty thousand dollars ($150,000.
ing 00), co po t o
Feull paid stock of this corporation 3rd
X- may be issued in settlement of serv- 1 1
)aSt ices or things of value actually sc- 4th V
quired by the corporation when the lc
s S same shall have first been appraised
by the Board of Directors of the cor
poration as provided by law.
I ' ARTIlCLE IV. 5th1
- All the corporate powers of this cor- th
poration shall be vested in and exer
clsed by a Board of Directors com
posed of three (3) stockholders of this
corporation, elected anneally at a meet- C
Ing of the stoclkholders held for that
purpose, which meeting shall be held I
0 at the domicile of the company on the 9th'
s first Monday of October of eac-h year.
beginning with the first Monday in
October, 1915, notice of which'mreting
shall lr given to each stockholder.
C either personally or by depositing at 1st
.least fifteen. (15) days before such
nees meeting, a notice in the postoffice 2nd
properly rddressed to the last known
ear address of each stockholder as shown
fifty by the books of the company.
Within ten (10) days from the issu.
S to ance of the certifieate of incorporation 3rd
CAn by the Secretary of State, the stock- t
holders of this corporation shall meet
'and lect, a Board of .Drectors.
y. The first Board of.Directors as here
inabov' eonstituted shall hold office 6t.
until the first Monday in October, 1915, 7th
ach- or until their snccessors shall have
noon been duly elected and qualified.
The. ,onrd of Directors of this cor
iches poration shall, immediately after thei'
even election and qualification for oflicu, se- 9th
leet from among their number a Presi- 10th
e dent, a Vice President and a Secretary
efore Treasurer, and they shall continue in
office until their successors shall have
a4 7 been elected and qualified. At all elec.
ty at tions under this charter each stoek- F
holder shall be entitled to cast one
(1) vote, either in person or by writ
ten proxy,. ?rW each share of stock
standing ip ris name on the books oh
the comppany, ,ad this right of voting
as to nieinbership on the Board of Di- N.
has rectors shall be cumulative. PAl
St Said Board of Directors shall have
l)ower to alpblnt agents and employees Chi
te8 of for this corporation and to remove the
1 same at pleasure. and they shall have Se
lpower to fill any vacancies in their
Or ID number and. shall, make such by-laws is
t of from time to time, and amend the
same, as they may deem expedient. a
'('•i' ARTican v.
i re This charter may be amended, the 3r
ecapital stock increased or decreased,
or the corporktlon dissolved as pro
34.1 vided by Act 207 of the legislature of *M
the State of Louisiana for the year
e a 914.
Thus done and nsgned at my office
at New Orleans, Thuil~ana, in the pres
ence of Messrs. John Dymond, Jr., and a
alued A. Giffen hevy, competent witnesses,
9 e Of after due reading of the whole, the
subscribers to this corporation hereby
re afiing their names, the amounts of 6t
i the stock respeotfively subscribed by each,
and hereby declaring this to constitiute
ah stock subscription list
*- 'i(me, ai"dress and number of shares: 71
j~&td, ". Murphy, New Oleans, IA.,
t . hun4red. (300) shares.
iLeovy,- yenice, Ia., one (1) sh*re
A. lrown, New Orleans, La., one
!' (Signed). EIAKT&E VIDRINII,
' ,rtese : Notary Public. ,
DY Dfl(o tor.
~9?ffy~beabb~tobe a true copy 10
4ginl 4bre of the olM.
Iyopn, 1o~r orated, Qn me
President of the Police Jury.
J. B. Fasterling, Buras P. O.
Secretary of the Police Jury,
Lucien Caro, Bertrandville, La.
Joseph Savoie, Nero P. O.
Frank C. Movers, Pointe-a-la-Hache.
0 Dr. H. L. Ballowe, Buras P. O.
e Dr. Chas. Y. Seagle Bertrandville, La.
e Marc Cognevich, Nairn P. O.
a Clerk of Court,
SFrnest Alberti, Pointe-a-la-Hache.
Member of the General Assembly.
,g Simon Leopold, Phenix P. O.
'y Police Jurors.
r- 1st Ward-I. S. Lathrop, Eng. Turn
11 2nd Ward-Adrien Leopold, Phenix ,"~d ~`l
P. O. 0M ORETI
tO rd Ward-- . A. Schayot, Pointe.-la- NmA , Tu
n. 4th Ward-Thomas Brophy, Neptune riding verrx
a ipecdil uu
)n P. O. woes p ro'
e 5th Ward--Jos. Bernard, Venice P. O. punctures w
no more thn
6th Ward-C. Orabert, Jesuits' Bead qualitiesbeli
>r. P. O. ties I 810.0
si- 7th Ward-................ ... P r. no ai
on 8th ward-John Fink. receved.
h th Ward-Dr. G. A. B. Hays, Happy We
ve you send Pt
Mt Jack P. O. sendial us
es, 10th Ward-.J. B. Fasterling, Buras P. ; r t,
in- 0 O. aOa0
68 Parish Board of Public Education, I
a- ['resident-J. C. Darmas, Buras P. 0. Cadsott.
his Secretary and Parish Superintendent 00 NO
nor- ..of Public Education,
we J. C. Blanchard, Pointe-a-la-Hache" 4 L.I
ler let Ward-Jos. H. Me) er, Dalcour P.
or 2nd Ward--Wm. Dymond, BUlair P. O.
Sto 3rd Ward-Jno. B. Hingle, Pointea-la
f in Ith Ward-G. W. Delesdernier, Pilot
all 5th Ward-Miegs Childress, Triumph Cmuntr
.lo. hi Prom)
usi- 6th Ward-Elvi Giordano, Jesuits' 621.625
do Beti4 P. O.
n- 7th Ward-Frank Giordano. Jesuits'
te- Bend P. O.
k in 8th Ward-W. W. Lemon, Junior P. AUGUS1
9on 9th Ward-Benj. Ballay.
t 10th Ward-F. C. IYArmas, Burns P. A u
e of 0.
hich LOCAL JUDICIARY. W h
hun- Justices of the Peace.
hun- lWard-E. J. Rodriguez, Jr.
y bn 2nd Ward-Hy. Meyer, Bertrandville.i
dred Adrien Leopold, Phenix Phone
,ooo.- P. 0. P. O.
3rd Ward--L .T. Fontenelle, Pointe-a
I la-Hache P. O.
Sc-I 4th Ward--Geo. W. Deleadernier, Pi- e OC
t the lot Town.
alsed W. P. Simmons, Port
5th Ward-Ernest Fellon, Venice.
s cor- Gth Ward-C. ii. Sarpy, Jebuits' Bend
exer- P. O.
fetoh 7th Ward-Clem L'Artigue, Naomi P.
t 8th Ward-F. R. GimIshaw, Diamond
held P. O.
n the9th Ward-M. A. Lyons, Home Place
year. P. O.
tI 10th Ward-Clovise Hingle.
ng at 1st Ward-A. M. Miller, Dalcour P.
such O. P
totlce 2nd Ward-John Grabb, Jr., Bertrand
(nown ville P. O.
showit Felix Lafrance, Phenix P.
9 lssu- O.
ration 3rd Ward-Ernest Dods.n.
stock- 4th Ward-James Klger.
I meet John Zettwock.
Ihere Sth Ward--re Jago, Venice P. O.
ofice 6th Ward-Aug. E. Sarpy.
, 1915, 7th Ward---Clement- L'Artigue, Jr,
I have Naomi P. O.
cor. 8th Ward-Thos. Nola, Jr., Diamond
rthet' P. O.
Ice, se 9th Ward-Ealile Martin.
Presi- 10th Ward-Philip Cognevich.
tar TWENTY.NINTH JUDICIAL DIS
I lhave District Judge.
El . R. Immet Hingle, Pin. onte-a-la-Hache.
st oie FOURTH 8EfNATORIAL DISTRICT.
l J. V. Guillotte, New Orleans.
oks of John Dymond, Belair,
voting District Attorney.
I of Dl- N. H. Nune: Arabi P. O
PARISH DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
1 have , COMMIT' EL.
ployees Chairman-John Dymond, Belair.
11 have Sieeetar--Jos. Savole, Nero P. O.
by-laws st Ward-Ale Braundt.
nd the D. Lasus.
lent. 2nd Ward--8. Leoppld, Phenix P. O.
Hy. Meyer, Berttraudville.
led, the 3rd Waid-Joseph Savole, Nero P. O.
,reased. Joseph Cosse, Pointe-ala
as pro* Hache.
4ture of 4th Ward-F. Lobrano, Pilot Town P.
e year O.
v oflk B. J. Williams, Pilot
he pres- TOwn P. 0.
Jr., and Sch Ward-Joe. Bernard, Vehice P. O.
tnesses. Auguitib A. Buis, Venice
ole, the P. O.
unts of 6th Ward--C. Grabrft, Jesuits' Bend
by each, P. O.
,pstitte C. R. Barpy, Jesults' Bend
shares: 7th Ward--R. I. Perez, Jesulta' Bend
bas, La* . P. O,
Geo. Pried, Myrtl GOrove
P) shitre . O.
La&, on1 8th Ward-D. W. Bieber, Judnior P.O.
Jnoa. McCormick, Myrtle
INN, Grove P. O.
Pubt'l*c R Ward--Oo. Abadie, Home Place
Gee. Tteadawayr Potash
rue copy lthW d-J. B. Fasterlhig, Burns P.
, on Ale d. Cognetich, Natra P.. O.
L Member at Lage.
Dr. I. L. Balowe, Buas P. O.
John D~riend, Jr., lmpite P. 6.
P'ub Capt. B. MiOl, PHo tPIe -
Laude it. m. I Pohate.-ad-Hghe.
aUSR t~AL PM
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RIDER AGENTS WANTED
IN EACH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a sample Latest Model
"Ranper'bicycle furnishedby us. Our RiderAgents every where are
makintmoney fast. Write forfulI particulareandepecal offer at once.
NO MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and approve your blcrcle.
We ship to anyone anywhere in the U. S. vethoeut a cent depolt in
advance. prepayfreight, and allow TEN DAYS' TREE TRIAL during
which time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test you wish.
If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the bi
cycle ship itback to us atoture xpense and you wllt nw b ob t ne cnt.
FAOTORY PRES ssbl to make at one small profit aboe
actual factory cost. You save $10 to 25 middlemen's profits by bny b.
ing direct of us and have the manufacturer'sguarantee behind your
bicycle. DO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at
any price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of
factory prices and rem rk*abl special offers. B
YOU WILL BE .S IS I hen yi.un retie ourh ti,'l -:
-mle logue ani study outreutprb codelesS·l
the wtonderfuNy low prices we can make you this ycar. We sell the hbgh*.t gradei
biyc lest morne than any other factory. We are sat.lod with Sl.In prut
above factory cost IIOYCL DEALERS. you can sell ourblyeQlesunder yout
owa name plate at double our price,. 0OE1re flled the day received.
SECOND HAND UICYOLZS. Wedo nu regularly bandlee'cnd-bhad bicycles .
bat aly bavo a number or hand taken tn trade by our Chicago retai tore. These we c ar
out po ly itat ies log t iom $3 to $4 or $10. Descrptve bargain list mailed tree.
dCAll iC slnlle wheels, Imported roller chlains and pedals, parts, repiel
rdn o 51 Mqm deu lp al kindsi at ltln te. reguthar et- l prio. 4
Sd re the punctuorne Pain reProof u$ tre
P. o dhrU,. ,O
ithlA T SAMPLE PAIR
tre lo. e evp er uai u t o r A o , r.a s ti o l e o .
ii uai r EU _W . sell ou a eayld poafirf u c k sh
.t Ri~iTOIIBLEFROMPUUC RES a, a
la as a G iAelw wl i l et ts air out.I
Ahundred thousandars sold last year, '
I nl e d o san d Wit n oin all sizes. It
DESORIP yons i. Uvocl and easy `
ns riding very durable and lined inside with
a ipec.l quaityg of rubber, which never be.
omes porous and which closes up small
0 punctures without allowing air to escape. They weigh Netlethoth eoubr tad
no more than an ordinary tire, the puncture resisting ao nd P. . aturn stril
lad qualities being given by several lavers of thin. specially *"j Uý rgjgi.Ilst hi
epared fabri onthe tread. The regular price of these to pres ,iaeuttlng. Thir
gir Is 810.00 per pail, but for advertising purpo05 we tir wil outlast ay ether
re makn ga 1taeclý factory price to tho rider of OrlI make-SOP? ELASTIC .nd
t..0 Prm pair. AU ortders dhipe same ay letter is
reseve. We will ship C. O. e. on approvsal You doMe a d
tnent until you examine and find them strctl as rrs
PPY We w Bll allow 1srH dis4oult osf r cent thereby making theprice 6 per pair) U I.
you send PULL ýN WITH ORD.C id al x nosee th i fdvertem eny. orua no ri i
seioitacs an order as the tires may be rturned at OUN exuense if for wi reasoutber are not
p e fcryosa eztamintatien. We arc perfectly reU~.bae and moey sentto al. eausafe Insa baok ldoorer
a palt of these tire, yea will and that they will ride easierus tagou ier. wear btew. lee looser loo ene
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Wholesale Grocers &Importers
Wines and Liquors.
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P. 0. Box 166. 421 S. Peters Sts.
Inte-a- New Orleans, Louisiana, U. S. A.
tr, P1. Special Attention Will Be Given to Mail Orders.
SIDNEY BERGERON, Solicitor.
WOODWARD, WIGHT & CO., LTD.
= Phone Main 462
The Open Day and Night House.
Biggest General Supply House in the
Ld- South. Everything in Hardware,
Ship Chandlery, Mill Supplies and
Groceries. Full and Complete Line
of Gaie Traps, Paints, Loaded
Shells, Cutlery and Stoves. Motor
Boat Specialties, Gas and Gasoline
Engines, Batteries, etc. Traveling
Representative :- -:- :-: - :'
W. L. PETERS.
- We Want to Help
So Help Us
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