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Gondran Theater: Monday Night-Dixie Amusement Company "Ihi Atlantic City"
The Donaldsonville Chief
Texas & Pacific Railway
PASSENGER TRAINS GOING MAST.
No. 52 Cannon hall........... .....:59 A. M
No. 54, New Orleans i 2... .....2:5 P. M.
No. 56, Accommodation............8:47 A. M.
PASSENGER TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 51, Texas fast mail............ 9:55P.M.
No. 55, Texas express.............11:45 A. M.
No. 55, Accommodation..P ....6:55P.M.
No. 63, Leaves for Thibodaux..........6:55 P. M.
No. 64. Arrives from Thibodaux.. .....8:40 A. M.
No. 65, Leaves for Thibodaux........11:40 A. M.
No. 66, Arrives from Thibodaux ......3:01 P. M.
No.94, Arrives from Napoleonville....1 5:40 A. M.
No. 95, Leaves for Napoleonville......11:40 A. M.
No. 96. Arrives from Napoleonviile.....3:t0 P. N.
No. 93, Leaves for Napoleonville.......6:55 P. Y.
l.ocal freight trains earn way daily, Sunday
excepted. L. B. MATTINGLY, Local Agent.
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE,
J. G. DAVIDSON, Captain P. T. BABIN, Clerk
This swift and elegant boat. makes
E""'OTT2% TRIt S TEA=L.L"
between Donaldsonville and Burnside, con
necting with passenger trains, as follows:
Passengers going north take boat at 9:00 o'clock
a. m. Roil 4:101 or-lock p. In.
Passengers going south take boat at 6:00 o'clock
a. im. and 2:15 o'clock p. m.
A horse-car at Burnside will convey passengers
to and from the boat FREE OF CHARGE.
Through tickets to all points sold on the boat.
Trunks and Baggage Handled.
L. A. Colonb & Son
Of Interest to
We have now in
stock an exquisite
winter line of...
For Ladies, Misses
and Children. Ex
and of the best ma
terial and work
J. A. Dalferes
SATURDAY. NOV. 17, 1906
Pay it now.
Royaline Pills save doctors' bills.
Dr. Numa Himel, of St. James, was
transacting business in Donaldson
ville last Tuesday.
Deputy Sheriff Ed. Smith, of Gon
zales, spent Wednesday in Donald
sonville on business.
A. K. Grace, of Plaquemine, was
circulating among his many Donald
sonville friends last Tuesday.
Mt s. W. H. Byrnes, of New Orleans,
is an attractive guest at the hospitable
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Pugh.
Miss Ethel Barton spent Thursday
and Friday very pleasantly as the
guest of Miss Docia Tucker, of New
Among the numerous out-of-town
visitors to Donaldsonville on Wednes
day were Joseph Gonzales and J. A.
Marchand, of Gonzales.
Jos. O'Brien and Emile Oubre, of
Barton, were in Donaldsonville on
business Thursday evening and fa
vored The Chief with a brief visit.
Jos. J. Park, the efficient chief engi
neer of the Gold Mine sugar factory
in the parish of St. John, was in town
last Sunday on a visit to his wife and
J. N. Colomb returned this morning
from Catahoula Lake, Catahoula par
ish, where he enjoyed a week's duck
shooting in company with a party of
Mrs. E. H. Frank, of New Orleans,
spent several days in Donaldsonville
this week as the guest of her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
The building at Dutchtown occupied
by A. J. Landry as a barber-shop was
totally destroyed by fire at about 10
o'clock p. m. last Saturday, together
with its contents.
Dudley Weber, a talented young
Donaldsonvillian who is presently
residing at Baton Rouge, spent Sun
day here as the guest of relatives.
Elsewhere in today's Chief will te
found the oflicial proceedings of a
regular monthly meeting of the police
jury held at the courthouse Wednes
Cloudiness of Vision.
Do you know the reason why? It is
because the lens of your eyes fails to
focus perfectly on a certain spot. The
lense being imperfect, all the rays of
light do not meet prfperly. Conse
quently, partial blindness, headaches
and other ills sure to increase if not
relieved. I measure these defects care
fully and scientifically. My glasses
will focus all the light on the spot, re
lieve you of your troubles and give
you perfect vision. FRED. LINDE,
Graduate Optician, Railroad avenue,
E. F. Berteau, a leading merchant
of Lauderdale, visited Donaldsonville
on business Monday.
Mrs. and Mrs. K. A. Aucoin, of St.
Emma plantation, enjoyed a visit yes
terday from their son-in-lcw and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo D. Cire,
of New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bouchereau are
receiving the congratulations of their
numerous friends anent the birth of
their first child, a sweet little daugh
ter, who arrived from Storkville Mon
day afternoon of last week.
Miss Mabel Barton's many friends
in Ascension and elsewhere will be de
lighted to learn that she has almost
completely recovered from the severe
attack of typhoid fever with which she
suffered during the past summer.
An important meeting of Ascension
Council No. 1087, Knights of Colum
bus, will be held in the old Catholic
church building immediately after high
mass tomorrow forenoon, and a full
attendance of members is desired.
Prof. D. B. Showalter, parish super
intendent of public education, left yes
terday afternoon for Kentwood, where
he will deliver an address at a meeting
to be held today in the interest of the
adoption of a local tax for school pur
A bouncing boy made his appear
ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Savoy early yesterday morn
ing, and the auspicious event'is elicit
ing congratulations galore from the
many friends of the happy young par
11r. and Mrs. John Coquille came
up from New Orleans last Saturday
afternoon on a visit to Mrs. Coquille's
mother, Mrs. John Bourg. Mr. Co
quille returned home Monday after
noon, his attractive wife remaining
over until yesterday morning.
Mrs. Jos. Maurin and her attractive
children, Garnett and Nolan, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Colomb for the past two weeks,
left this morning for their home in
New Orleans, much to the regret of a
host of friends in this community.
C. C. Swayze, of New Orleans, man
ager of Louisiana agencies of the Penn
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Phila
delphia, Pa., spent several days in
Donaldsonville on business during the
early part of the week and compli
mented The Chief with an appreciated
The parish school board was booked I
to hold a regular monthly meeting
Wednesday forenoon, but owing to
the absence of a quorum the session
failed to materialize. President E. N.
Pugh has issued a call for a special
meeting at 11 o'clock a. m. next Wed- 1
nesday, the 21st inst.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter I. Barton and I
their interesting little family returned
last week from New Orleans, where t
Mr. Barton has been undergoing a
course of treatment at Touro Infir
mary. His many friends in this com- C
munity ,will be glad to learn that his c
condition is much improved.
By my scientific method I accurately
measure the errors of refraction. My
system is not an experiment. My I
;nowledge of the eye and of rays of
light enable me to determine precisely
;he kind of glasses you should wear.
Don't take chances. Come and see v
ne. FRED. LINDE, Donaldsonville. 9
Mr. and Mrs. John Schaff's baby e
laughter was christened at the Catho
lic church at 10 o'cl.ck last Saturday (
forenoon, Rev. L. G. Baudin officiat- v
ing. The pretty name of Anna Lily t.
was bestowed upon the dainty little I
lady, Miss Anna Ohlmeyer and Rich- c
ard Ohlmeyer acting as sponsors. c
Attorney R. J. Chauvin left for New
Orleans Wednesday morning to be at
the bedside of his little son, Rend,
who is seriously ill with pneumonia
at the home of Mr. Chauvin's parents
in that city. A message received to
day conveys the gratifying informa
tion that the patient is considerably
The board of directoss of the Don
aldsonville Ice Co., Ltd., met in the
oflice of the company ati o'clock p. m. l
last Sunday and unanimously re
elected the present corps of officers,
to-wit: S. Goette, president and man
ager; Dr. John D. Hanson. vice presi
dent; James Fortier, secretary and
The storied stork visited the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 15 her at 4
o'clock yesterday morning and pre
sented that estimable young couple
with a fine baby boy. The youngster
and his charming young mother are
both doing nicely, while the happy
father is getting along as well as
could be expected.
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Cthamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all of
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For sale by all druggists.
Mrs. E. N. Pugh, Sr., returned last
week from New Orleans, where, owing
to illness, she was compelled to re
main for some time while en route
home from an extended visit to Win
chester, Tenn. Mrs. Pugh was ac
companied to Donaldsonville by Miss
Mildred Taylor, a trained nurse, un
der whose efficient care it is hoped she
will shortly regain her health and
A dainty little girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alcee Rodri
guez at 8:50 o'clock yesterday morning,,
and the numerous friends of the proud
young parents are proffering their
congratulations anent the auspicious
event. The Chief takes pleasure in
addinga share of felicitations, and
trusts that the diminutive damsel will
be blessed with a long and happy life.
The Married Woman's Whist Club
held its regular weekly meeting Thurs
day afternoon, with Mrs. P. L. Blanch
ard as hostess. The prize, a lovely pair
of long white kid gloves, was pre
sented to Mrs. E. K. Sims. Those who
enjoyed the pleasures of the occasion
were Mesdames F. B. Lemann, E. C.
Wathen, G. A. Goodran, G. B. Reuss,
C. L. Sovereign, J. M. Fenlon, W. C.
Hanson, Geo. DeRussey, E. K. Sims
and G. Donnaud Bentley, and little
Miss Winnifred Wathen.
What numbers of women drag their way in
pain through the endless duties that crowd
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must still go on. Panol is a price ess boon and
blessing to suffering women. It gives strength
and quiet to the tired nerves, tones the diges
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the system of malaria, puts roses on the cheeks
and joy in the heart. And it does it in a way
so different from that of ordinary medic-nes
that it calls forth the loudest praises. Pleasant
to take as lemonade. Try it now. 50 cents, six
f for $2.lo. For sale by F. L. Trepagnier, J. J.
SLeche and Tdmond Richard.
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Our Immense Stock of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware and
Jewelry of Every Description will be sold
REGARDLESS OF COST
Also Fixtures, Safe, Regulators, Etc. In fact, Everything Must be Sold
This is Your Chance to Buy Holiday Presents at
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Come Early and Get Your Pick of the Pretty Things!
Customers having Watches or Jewelry left for repairs
are requested to call for same, or the articles will be
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Tobias Building DONALDSONVILLE
J. A. Coburn's Barlow Minstrels
held the boards at the Gondran The
ater last Sunday night and put up a
show that was far and away the best
thing of its kind ever presented in
Donaldsonville. The first part con
sisted of a pot-pourri of funny jokes,
witty sayings and catchy songs, both
sentimental and comic, Dan iolt's
"Never No More," followed by "Some
Time" in response to an enthusiastic
encore, being alone worth the price of
admission, as the press agent would
say. The olio kept the audience in a
roar from beginniLg to end, and each
of the seven stunts presented was a
winner. Dan Holt, negro monologuist
and laugh-producer, is in a class by
himself and has the happy faculty of
being able to produce a titter without
saying a word. John Goss gave a re
markable exhibition of bone-playing
and held the audience in a spell all
the time be was on the stage. Frank
T. Tinney, billed as '"Paderewski's
only rival," is a pianist, comedian
and entertainer of wonderful ability,
and scored the hit of the evening.
Lively, the contortionist, the Devere
brothers, comedy acrobats, and Dun
levy and Galvin, "dancers, singers
and foolish foolicures," rounded out
the attractive program. Every seat
in the house was occupied, and it's a
cinch the box office man wasn't called
upon to make good Manager Coburn's
offer of "your money's worth or your
"His Reverence," presented by the
Elite Stock Co., will be the attraction
at the Gondran Theater tomorrow
afternoon and night, and the ad
vance sale of seats indicates that the
play will be witnessed by large audi
On Monday night "In Atlantic
City," a rollicking musical comedy,
will hold the boards, and the fact that
the attraction is sponsored by the re
liable Dixie Amusement Company
ought to. be sufficient assurance of its
character and worth.
Billy Kersand's famous ministrels
will appear at the Gondran Theater
next Sunday night, the 25th inst., and
it goes without saying that the seating
capacity of the house will prove inad
equate to accommodate the crowd.
The company numbers thirty-five peo
ple, including Prof. James S. Lacy's
Challenge Cornet Band of twenty
pieces, and is classed among the lead
ing minstrel organizations of the pres
ent day. A band concert of choice
selections will be rendered in front of
the theater at 7:30 o'clock Sunday eve
ning, and lovers of good music should
not fail to be on hand.
Jas. Vou Lotten, the hustling young
proprietor of The Times, has assumed
the active management of the Gondran
Theater and will hereafter do the book
ing for the new playhouse in person.
Mr. Von Lotten is no novice in the the
atrical business, having successfully
and satisfactorily managed the Phoe
nix for several seasons, and the pub
lic may rest assured that the class of
shows he will present for their consid
eration will be of the best.
The marriage of Joseph Austin
Moore, of Terrebonne parish, to Miss
Leah Margaret Knobloch, of West
Baton Rouge, was solemnized Wed
nesday afternoon at St. Joseph's
Catholic church, Thibodaux, in the
presence of a large gathering of rela
tives and friends of the contracting
parties. Miss Gertrude Folse attended
the bride as maid of honor, and Ernest
Roger, Jr., officiated as best man.
After the ceremony the happy young
couple drove to Shriever, where they
will make their home and share each
other's joys and sorrows for the re
mainder of their lives. The bride is a
niece of Hon. W. C. Ragan, mayor of
Thibodaux, and a sister of V. J.
Knobloch, a well-known young busi
iness man of the same town. She is
an extremely pretty and popular
young lady, and has a legion of
friends and admirers in this commu
nity who will rejoice with her in her
new-found happiness. Mr. Moore is a
son of John T. Moore, a leading sugar
planter and prominent citizen of Ter
rebonne parish, and has before him
the promise of a bright and happy fu
Intercoastal Canal Hearing.
The Chief is in receipt of a com
munication from Major Edgar Jadwin,
Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., to the
effect that the United States board of
engineers for rivers and harbors will
hold public hearings upon the matter
of constructing an inland waterway
from the Rio Grande river, Texas, to
connect with the Mississippi river at
Donaldsonville, on Wednesday and
Saturday, Nov. 21 and 24, at 9:30 and
10 o'clock a. m., respectively. Wed
nesday's hearing will be held in room
No. 1 of the customhouse building at
Galveston, Texas, while that of Nov.
24 will take place at Corpus Christi,
in the same state. The board will be
pleased to have all interested persons
appear before it for the presentation
of facts bearing upon the necessity
and desirability of the United States
undertaking the proposed improve
ment. While oral statements are of
value, important facts and statistics
should be submitted in writing, in
order that they may become of reccrd
in accordance with law.
A Charming Affair.
An elaborate and very enjoyable so
cial event of the current week was the
whist party given Wednesday after
noon by Mrs. F. B. Lemann at her
attractive home in Houmas street.
Upon arriving, the guests were ush
ered into the handsome reception hall,
where they were met by the charming
young hostess, who was assisted in
receiving by Mrs. R. N. Sims, Jr.
The card tables were arranged in the
spacious drawing-room, which was
transformed into a floral bower of
surpassing beauty. Tall vases held
clusters of exquisite roses, crysanthe
mums and ferns, and the chandeliers
were intertwined with smilax and as
paragus, while graceful maiden-hair
ferns and other growing plants were
placed in every available space. At
the conclusion of a highly interesting
series of games of euchre and bridge,
the superb prizes were awarded as fol
lows : First euchre prize, cut-glass
bottle, Mrs. John S. Thibaut; second,
Japanese cup and saucer, Mrs. C. C.
Weber; third, china plate, Mrs. P.
Klopman; first bridge prize, silver
vase, Mrs. E. C. Wathen; second, sil
ver belt buckle, Miss Noemie Landry;
third, silver match stand, Mrs. B. N.
The guests then repaired to the din
ing-room, which was very effecthely
decorated in white and yellow, the
color scheme being carried out in every
detail. The table was filled with dainty
confections and in its center an ele
gant silver vase held beautiful white
and golden-hued crysanthemums. Sil
ver candlesticks with pretty yellow
shades, sprays of ferns and large fluffy
bows of tulle added to the gorgeous
effect achieved. A delicious little lun
cheon, consisting of salads, sand
wiches, ices, assorted cakes and nu
merous other dainties, was served in
an attractive manner.
Among those who participated in
the pleasures of the occasion were:
Mesdames R. N. Sims, Jr., J. S. Dal
feres, C. Kline, E. K. Sims, John D.
Hanson, E. C. Wathen, John S. Thi
baut, G. Donnaud Bentley, P. Klop
man, G. A. Gondran, C. C. Weber,
R. Singer, D. D. Dalferes, W. C.
Hanson, M. Tobias, C. D. Dalferes,
G. B. Reuss and J. M. Fenlon, and
Misses Clare McCormick, Noemie
Landry and Nita Sims.
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TW1E receive daily large quantities of
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quantity desired for the Holidays.
Prices are extremely low as the Turkey
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j(( (-!('V HAND-SPLIT 21-inch cypress
r 50J0j 000 shingles. Boat or rail. Ask
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Profits on $25
investment the last
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p Writn for particulars and
FREE Market Letter
" NTERSTATE COTTON "
CO., Memphis. Tenn.
MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRITING
Situated in St. James parish on the
west bank of the Mississippi river.
six miles below Donaldsonville, at
the head of the Mississippi and La
fonrche Drainage District, contain
ing nearly 1600 acres of land-1000
of which are in high state of cultiva
tion. Balance in woodlands, with
considerable cypress timber.
This money-making plantation, with
all necessary adjuncts-mules, im
plements, carts, etc.-will have
enough corn and hay for its require
ments until the new crop of 1907.
half of the cane crop will be D.74.
Texas and Pacific station and Lau
derdale postoffice on plantation.
A large modern cottage, surrounded
by live oaks, magnolias and forty
grafted bearing pecan trees, makes
a picturesque home. Offered for
sale on account of departure of
Apply on premises or to
E. B. LAPCE
Comnnsrcial-Germania Trust and Savings Bank
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Result of the Election Held in the Parish of
Ascension on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1906.
J BY VIRTUE OF LAW, and in accordance
with our duty, we h'ereby declare and pro
mulgate the result of the election held in the
parish of Ascension on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1916,
for the purpose of electing one congressman
and one member of the state board of equaliza
tion, and voting upon the twelve proposed
amendments to the constitution of the state of
1 1 Landry's coopershop ......... 15 1
2 Ascension warehouse ......... 9 8
3 Smoke Bend................. 1 10
2 Diez's warehouse............. 10 13
3 1 Courthouse.................... 51 10
2 Babin's house.................. 13 18
4 Landry's store.......... ...... 18 1
5 1 Burnside...................... 22 0
2 Darrow........................ 11 0
6 1 Belle Helene.................. 15 0
2 Geismar....................... 9 0
7 1 Gonzales...................... 39 7
2 St. Amant...................... 24 1
8 1 Prairieville.................... 52 0
2 Galvez.......................... 16 2
Totals................... 360 71
MEMBER OF STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
Thos. C. Glynn, of St. Tammany..............335
No. 1... . ..............146 33
No. 2..........................183 28
No. 4...........................139 40
No. 4...........................115 27
No. 6...........................128 10
No. 7.... ...................116 46
No. 81 ...........................118 40
No. 9.........................98 111
:=o. 10......... ..............116 :,9
No. 11........................128 31
No. 12......................... 43 3:19
J. B. QUIMBY,
L. A. LANDRY, JR.,
Supervisors of Election.
Ascension Parish, La., Nov. 9.1606.
AS BOOKKEEPER, timekeeper or first or
second overseer, for the year 1907, by a
married man thirty-six years of age. Willing
to do the work of both overseers, and can also
make out pay-roll. Am honest, sober and en
ergetic, and always attend strictly to my
duties. Have worked on sugar plantations all
my life, and can furnish excellent references.
Address, M. J. CANTRELLE, Convent. La.
AS BLACKSMITH, wheelwright or horse
sboer on sugarsplantation. Have had con
siderable experience, and can furnish best of
references as to ability and sobriety. Address,
E. L., care Chief.
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a guaranteed leather quarter-top buggy,
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R. N. SIMS, VICE PRESIDENT
F. K. SIMS, CASHIER
W. J, LEBLANC, ASS'T CASHIER
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