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Three-quarter yard dredge for rent or open for dredging con tract. For further informa tion, apply to or address Estate H. C. Minor Houma, La. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914. Miss Loula Duffel is in Plaquemine on a visit to relatives. B. J. Vega visited Baton Rouge Wednesday on business. JMiss Doris Hans.n is in New Or leans on a visit to relatives. Dr. A. W. Martin made a business trip to Baton Rouge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gisclard enjoy ed a visit to New Orleans last Sun day. Mrs. V. Davis and little son, Vern, of Vacherie, were visitors to town Wednesday. Miss Edna LeBlanc spent Sunday in Smoke Bend as the guest of Miss Stella Oubre. Mr. and Mrs. Evan McCall, of Evan Hall plantation, were visitors to Ba ton Rouge Thursday. Miss Mary Whiteman returned re cently from a delightful visit to relatives in New Orleans. Miss Marie Rybiski left Monday for an extended visit to relatives in Lake Charles and Lake Arthur. Frank Sims visited Plaquemine Tuesday on business, and on Thurs day made a trip to New Orleans. Karl Leche, of Baton Rouge, was in town the past week-end with his parents, Judge and Mrs. Paul Leche. Miss Althea Fortier is spending a few days at Belle Alliance as the guest of Misses Lou and M - Dal feres. Mrs. J. C. Dabadie and :ilren left Sunday for New Roads, ;,here they will spend some time with rel atives. Miss Janie Moseman returned Thurs day to her home in New Orleans af ter spending a few days here with friends. Miss Eessie Tichenor, of New Or leans, is spending some time here as the guest of charming Miss Blanche Landry. Miss Loretta Ferrier returned Tues day from Gramercy, where she en joyed a stay of several days as the guest of Mrs. Boote. P. S. Cooney and Joseph Scheuer mann, of New Orleans, were in town for the day last Sunday as the guests of E. Kittredge Sims. Miss Virginia Boote, of Burnside, passed through town Monday on her way to Plaquemine, where she will spend some time with friends. Mrs. Octave Brou and her small daughter, AnnaNell, spent a few days at Burnside' last week as the guests of Mrs. Brou's mother, Mrs. Rome. After spending some time here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ourso and family, Miss Ella Ourso left yesterday for her home in Pla quemine. Little Miss Carrie Sachse, of Ba ton Rouge, is spending a short while here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Bloomenstiel, and other relatives. The old rivals, Donaldsonville and Napoleonville. will hook up for the first time in several years at A-.nuz-u Park tomorrow afternoon. Be on hand to see the fur fly. Jack Landry, of St. Martinville, is spending a while in town with his mother and sisters, Mrs. John F. Landry and the Misses Landry, at their home in Iberville street. Mrs. Eric Truxillo and little daugh ter, Lucille, and Miss Rosina Ruiz left Wednesday for Belle Alliance, where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Truxillo for a few days. Miss Mary Oschwald visited Thibo daux last week to attend the com mencement exercises of Thibodaux College on the 18th inst., her nephew, James Oschwald, being a member of the graduating class. Miss Nita Sims returned this af ternoon from Home Cottage planta tion, in Lafourche parish, where she went to attend the marriage of Miss Edwena Roger to William A. Davis, Of Anniston Ala., which took place today at high noon. The board Qf jury commissioners for the parish of Ascension met at the courthouse Wednesday forenoon and drew a venire of grand and petit Jurors to serve at the session of dis trict court beginning Monday, July 13. The list is pub'ished elsewhere m this paper. t. A Morgan, of St. Elmo, passed thriugh Donaldsonville Wednesday on his .a to Sunset to attend a meet 1g of the St. Landry branch of the armer. Educational and Co-opera ip leUnion, which was held at that Place Thursday. Mr. Morgan return d home Yesterday. of th . T. Massa..rdier, pastor Of the local Catholic church, who is the an extended visit to France in Writhe h of benefitting his health, 1Wrtes friends here under date of June I e14 that of he had suffered from a severe ,as eloiess for several days, but tfeeling greatly improved at that After completing the course of study in the Donaldsonville High School, from which institution she graduated with high honors at the commencement exercises on the 5th inst., Miss Hilda Wutke left Monday for her home at Port Arthur, Texas, much to the regret of her numeq ous friends. Billee Hanson has accepted a posi- I tion with Joseph T. Cafiero, the well kown local rigger, and will leave to- I morrow with a crew of workmen for St. Martinville, where Mr. Cafiero has undertaken a contract to disman tie a sugarhouse. Later on the crew will be despatched to Honduras to re erect the plant. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landry left Monday on the steamer Mary S. Bees for Grenada plantation in Iberville parish, where Mr. Landry has -ac cepted a position as overseer. His past excellent record in this capac ity gives assurance that he will l acquit himself in his new position i to the entire satisfaction of all con cerned. Citizens of Gonzales, in mass meet ing last Sunday, voted to petition the j Louisiana Railroad Commission to change the name of the railroad sta tion at that place from Edenborn to Gonzales. Petitions to this effect are now being circulated. Attorney Clyde St. Amant, of Donaldsonville, has been retained to represent the petitioners. Howard Wineberg, who has been employed as an engineer on the Pan ama Canal, stopped off here last week for a few days' visit to Misses ,'reda and Rosina Singer en route to his home in Natchitoches. Mr. Wineberg speaks enthusiastically of the Canal Zone and of the excellent work done by the United States offi cers in bettering sanitary conditions there. Waldo Burton, a son of Capt. W. L. Burton, of the Burton-Swartz Cy press Company, died in Denver Tues day and his remains were interred in New York on Thursday. As a remark of respect to his memory op erations were suspended at the Bur ton sawmill on the latter day, this being the first time the big plant had closed down since it has been in existence. The annual sale of immovable property in the different wards of Ascension parish on which taxes for the year 1913 had not been paid took place at the courthouse last Saturday, with Sheriff E. C. Hanson officiating as auctioneer. Thirty-six pieces of real estate of varying size were of fered for sale, eighteen being adjudi cated to private individuals and an equal number to the state. A merry crowd composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Abbott, Mr. ana Mrs. M. B. Trezevant, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jahncke, and Major and Mrs. C. O. Sherrill came up from New Orleans in automobiles yesterday afternoon and are enjoying . a week-end house party at the hos e pitable McCall home on Evan Hall g plantation. FOR RENT Small Tracts of Land on Peytavin Plan tation adjoining city of Donaldson ville, for truck and other crops. Ideal location for TRUCK GROWERS on ac count of proximity to main line of T. and P. Railroad. For particulars, apply to The Lemann Co,, Ltd. Donaldsonville, La. The city board of health is in cor respondence with a concern which constructs sewerage systems in towns and cities and charges a stated toll for the use of the facility for a cer, tain number of years, after which the system passes into the possession of the municipality. A public utility o. this 'kind is badly needed here and would have been provided long ago had the funds been available. The sewerage concern will be invited by the board of health to send a repre sentative to Donaldsonville and lay its proposition before the commission council. After spending a couple of weeks here with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. August Braud and family, formerly of Garyville, will leave tomorrow for Dallas, where they expect to reside henceforth. Mr. Braud recently dis posed of his drug store in Garyville, which he conducted with much suc cess for a number of years, and he contemplates embarking in the real estate business at Dallas if he can find a satisfactr opening. The many friends of te estimable family will join The Chie ifn wishing them unbounded hap]$ and prosperity in their new ho Alexis Poirrie James Trepaa nier, who were the party of twenty-six youn n of this neigh borhood who le e a couple of months ago to pt positions in the employ of Illinois Central Pailroad in Iow South Dakota, retured home I rday evening. Becoming diss with their work on the railroad gave up their jobs and sought fields, visiting Kansas City, Li and Omaha, Ne braska, and th ts in the mid dle west before ding there is no place like hom 1s said that sev eral more of t young men who enrolled a ers of Illinois Central constr crews in far off Iowa conte .comiing back to Donaldsonville r future. S. J. C, I. COMMENCEMENT. Worthy Catholic School Terminates Successful Session-Three Grad uates Receive Diplomas-List of Medal Winners. With interesting exercises in the Knights of Columbus Hall Thursday evening, the St. Joseph Commercial Institute brought to a close the most successful session in its history. The graduates were only three in num ber, but the quality made up for the quantity. Paul Thibodaux and Sey mour Selser received diplomas in the scientific course, and George White man was awarded a commercial di ploma. Each of these young men made a brilliant showing through his entire course, and they are all well prepared to meet the difficulties in their future callings. Paul Thibodaux having obtained the highest average in the final exam ination, 991/2 per cent, was awarded the alumni medal, donated by the Alumni Association of the institution. The attendance throughout the ses sion was most gratifying. Upwards of one hundred students had only one day's absence recorded against them, while fifteen were not absent a day or fraction thereof during the scho lastic year. Following was'the program of the commencement exercises: Overture, S. J. C. I. Orchestra. Welcome, Chorus. Salutatory, Seymour Selser. Selection, S. J. C. I. Orchestra. Graduation honors. Selection, S. J. C. I. Orchestra. Essay, "My Alma Mater," George Whiteman. Selection, S. J. C. I. Orchestra. Valedictory, Paul Thibodaux. Selection, S. J. C. I. Orchestra. Address to the graduates, Rev. Fa ther Benedict, O. S. B. It did one's heart good to look up on the three graduates as they sat on a raised platform, the centre of attraction, and to witness the joy which beamed from their happy faces. The address of Rev. Father Benedict was punctuated with eloquent appeals to them to be true to the meaning of a graduate of St. Joseph's Com mercial Institute. In glowing and ardent phrases he painted"the hopes and aspirations which must be theirs in the "morn of life," and which he assured them would be realized before its sunset if they remained true to the teachings of their alma mater. SHe spoke in the highest terms of the good Brothers who, having left all to devote their lives to the truest wel fare of their pupils, asked no great er reward than that each of the class of 1914 would so conduct him self that no matter what would be his chosen sphere for future en deavor, he would be true to all that was hoped for him on the memorable day of graduation. The various gold medals offered were drawn for by the numerous stu- t dents who merited the respective 1 honors, the winners being as follows: Christian doctrine, senior depart- ] ment, donated by Rev. Father Bene dict-Lee Rogge. Excellence, superior course, donat ed by Charles Maurin-Armand Con- E stantin. i Excellence, commercial course, do- f nated by D. D. Dalferes-Libby Rob-. ert. Attendance, senior department, donated by J. J. Kirwin of New York -Merited by following pupils, who did not miss a day or fraction there of during entire session: P. Melan con, J. Blanchard, L. Rogge, L. Fal con, J. Melancon, W. Forcha, R. Courreges and L. Bourgeois. The winner was William Forcha. Christian doctrine, junior depart ment, donated by Rev. Father Bene dict-Clifton Eskine. Excellence, grammar department, donated by Ascension Council, K. of C.-Allen Mattingly. Excellence, intermediate depart ment, donated by Ascension Council, K. of C.-Rene Gaudin. Excellence, primary department, do nated by S. J. C. I.-Elie Melancon. Proficiency in typewriting, donated by S. J. C. I.-J. Blanchard. Gold watch fob for attendance, ju nior department, donated by S. J. C. I.-Merited by following pupils, who did not miss a day or fraction there of during entire session: F. Zimmer, E. Rogge, F. LeBlanc, L. Poche, V. Babin, M. Acosta, A. Schroeder. Won by Martin Acosta. Excellent work was done by the students of all the grades, and the friends and patrons of the school have every reason to be proud of this splendid Catholic institution. The efficient faculty for the past ses sion wa. composed of Bro. Theo dosius, president, commercial courses; Bro. Robert, vice president, graduat ing course; Bro. Gerard, grammar grades; Bro. Adrian, intermediate grades; Bro. Claude, primary grades. Bro. Theodosius has received a communication from Rev. Father Massardier bearing the good news that work on the new buildings for the school will Le started in Decem ber next. The members of the S. J. C. I. Orchestra, whose contributions to the program of the commencement exer cises were among the most enjoyable features of the evening's entertain ment, were as follows: Bro. Theo dosius, leader and first mandolin; Paul Braud, first clarinet; Adam Le Blanc, second clarinet; A. J. Melan con, Sidney Mollere and Albert Lan dry, first violins; V. Babin, second violin; Emile Houillon, first cornet; V. Glorioso, second cornet; George Oschwald, piano; P. Melancon, or chestra bells; Janssens Melancon, xylophone. A Pleasant Affair. Last Saturday a delightful picnic was given. by Miss O. Pedesclaux to the. pupils of her school, the occa. sion marking the cessation of studies for the summer vacation. The joy ful party, numbering forty-five, pro ceeded in two plantation carts to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis, Ba bin qn Bayou Lafourche, about a mile below Donaldsonville, where they were charmingly entertained. The three young men of the Babin household, Laurance, Duke and Conan', helped toward making the children's games very enjoyable. In the after noon Mrs. Babin, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Sidney Harp, and Miss Adele Israel, served ice cream to the party, a most agreeable surprise and one much appreciated on such a hot day. Miss Pedesclaux was assisted in looking after the picenikers by her young assistant teacher, -Miss Alice Templet, and Mrs. R. A. Ji ~less. If is news you'l flin it in The Chfet Tol -- - -- I --- "" /- ---- fi-: -: ' NATIONAL HERO SEiES" NO. 4 Lord HNelson-Old England's GreatNaval Hero " THOUT Horatio Nelson, England would have been invaded and perhaps con .-- quered by Napoleon. At' Trafalgar he smashed forever the French a Emperor's hope of creating a naval power. Never was man more idolized and beloved-not only by all of England's people who breathlessly awaited news of his telling victories, but by every man of his fleet. A true Anglo-Saxon, he detested tyranncu; powers and legislative usurpations ofevery kind. He was particularly opposed to prohibitive enactments governing the diet of his men,who,like him,enjoyed Barley-Malt brews,..n as their fatbers did for countless generations before. Good beer, according to Lord Nelson,has ever bee good food. Budweiser Beer for 7 years has been the product of an institution hdolding the highest ideals known to the ancient art of brewing. The output, due to Quality and Purity, has increased every year until 7,5oo men are daily required to keep pace with the public demand: Budweiser sales exceed any other beer by millions of bottles. ANtHEUSERBUSCH ST. LOUIS,U.S.A. Bottled only at the home plant. Donaldsonville Ice Co., Ltd. Distributors Donaldsonville, La. Means Mpoderation Death of Edward Paul Ca so. In the prime of his young life, on the very threshold of a career which held forth to him brightest promises, Edward Paul Casso, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Casso, passed from this world into eternity at 3:30 o'clock last Sunday morning, aged nineteen! years and four mntL . The young man had been d- p:- tely ill for many weeks with e ady that baf fled his fhy'sidik e Ps itlsn4il fight to prolong his life was waged unceasingly with all the skill at the command of medical science, supple mented with tender, careful nursing by the devoted parents and other loved ones, human efforts proved of no avail to avert the merciless decree of grim-visaged death, who knocks alike at the palaces of the rich and the cottages of the poor, and will not be denied. The sufferings of the young man at times during his long illness were intense, but he bore his burden of pain patiently and un com'lainingly, and at the hour of his dying fell into the last long slumber as calmly and peacefully as the tired child drops to rest after a day of healthy play. That he was generally liked was everywhere in evidence. At the home where he lay so desperately ill' streams of people came constantl-, anxiously inquiring as to his condition and hoping for his recovery; in the room where his body lay exposed, throngs of friends gathered, with quivering lips and tear-stained eyes, to gaze for the last time up on the kind face they knew so' well; and at the grave a multitude of mourners assembled to pay the final tribute of respect to his mem ory and to deposit upon his rest- ing place a wreath of beautiful1 flowers, fragrant offerings from those who loved and admired him. When the pendulum of time swings over life's allotted span and the light of full, ripe years has burned to its lowest ebb, we locok upon the inex orable law of nature with resigna tion and consent; but when the cur tain of life is suddenly rung down in the full vigor of young manhood and usefulness, though we may re press the tear of bitter grief ;nd bow in sorrowful submission, we are powerless to fathom the all-wise workings of the Master's will, and are constrained to marvel at the sternness of the decree that leaves us disconsolate. We know not why "He chastiseth those whom He loveth," and we can but murmur with grief-bowed head "Thy will be done," and depend upon Himp to some day make all these things plain. The funeral was held at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning, with ser vices at Ascension church and in terment in the Catholic cemetery. The remains were followed to the grave by a vast assemblage of sor rowing friends, the size and char acter of the funeral cortege, as well as the profusion of fragrant floral tributes which- covered the casket, attesting the high degree of esteem in which he was held and the pro fundity of the sorrow occasioned by his untimely demise. Members of Mohawk Tribe -of Red Men and Nap anee Council; Daughters of Po cahontas, attended the obsequies in a body, deceased having been a valued and p:lpular member of the former organiation. The deepest,-ympathy of the whole community gows out to the bereaved parents, brothers and sisters. May the warmth *ad sweetness of his spirit. still linier to cheer them, and God's tender love console. them in this their hour of trial. Methodist Church Services. There will ,' services at the Meth odiat church itomorrow at 11 a. ui. and 7:45 p. u. The morning service will be con ted by Mrs. Lipscomb. At the evening service -the children of the Stnday School . will .ender a asort prgrant Everybody .is invit ed I 4 t Farmers' Union Rally at St. Elmo. A very successful rally of the As cension parish branch of the Farm ers' Educational and Co-operative Union of America was held at St. Elmo on Thursday and Friday of last week, June 18 and 19, under the auspices of St. Elto Local No. 854. It is estimated that 1500 were in at tendance, and .he proceedings thqrouglhout were of a most interesting was devoted to addrecses by Miss Minnie Carron, of Eunice, H. A. Mor gan, of St. Elmo, and George W. Reese, of New Orleans, all of the talks being of a practical and in structive nature, calculated to ex plain the aims and objects or the Farmers' Union organization and to awaken an interest in scientific and progressive farming. An enjoyable feature of the day's program was an old-fashioned bas'ket dinner served beneath the spreading oaks on the grounds of the Hermitage Hotel, in which practically the entire assem blage participated. On briday an executive meeting of the Ascension Parish Farmers' Union was held, at which the following of ficers were elected: H. Arthur Mor gan, president; Yves Landry, vice president; L. Paul Landry, secretary treasurer; Eugene C. Causey, chap lain; Grant Alexander, conductor; D. Bercegeay, doorkeeper; George W. Reese, lecturer; E. A. Landry, R. A. Gonzales, V. J. Marchand, J. E. Landry and B. E. Causey, executive t committee. The next meeting of the union will be held at Brittany on Sept. 17. t Mr. Morgan and Miss Carron visit- i ed Vacherie Sunday and organized a n local union there with a charter c membership of forty-seven. Much in terest was manifested in the move- t ment by the progressive farmers of that locality, and it is expected the a roster of the organization will be increased to one hundred or more fi within the next few weeks. r Keep your money at home and help build up your own community. d NOTICE TO BANKS. IEALED BIDS for becoming the depository of L the school funds of the parfsh of Ascension will be received by the board of school directors I _ up to Wednesday, July 8, at 11 o'clock a. m. The successful bidder for the said funds will be re quired to furnish bond and security in the sum of three thousand 1S3000) dollars conditioned ac cording to law. J. L. RUSC'A, Secretary, Board of School Directors. FOR SALE I OFFER my standard-bred black mare Kitty, 1 direct descendant of Nuncio k2:17), Edgar bert, Nuttlewood and other goodKentucky stock. A clean, city broke trotter with a trial heat pac ing record of 2:28. Now bred to Truxillo's Sym bol Medi. Also offer her one-year old filly foal. This colt has perfect head and limbs and is a a desirable prospect. Also have pure bred, four gallon. Jersey cow prize winner at 1913 fair. Address FRANK K. SIMS, Donaldsonville, La. FOR SALE OR RENT. ITHBE HANDSOME Casso residence property in Railroad avenue.n House contains seven I bedrooms, dining-room, pantry and kitchen, J with wash-house and stable on premises. Elec- j tric light fixtures in every room. Filtered water J and up-to-date sanitary improvements. Run- I ning water in kitchen and bathroom, with hot i water facilities. Building recently repainted in- I side and out, and rooms elegantly papered. One j of the most commodious and desirably located X residences in the city. There is also on the property a store building j which is leased and bringing a revenue of $12 per month. For further particulars, apply to or address s LUC'IEN CASSO, Donaldsonville. La. CARD OF THANKS. FORDS ARE INADEQUATE to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends and neigh bors for their kindly consideration and comfort ing aid during the illness and at the death and I burial of our beloved son and brother. Edward Paul Casso. As long as life shall last we shall remember with the deepest sense of gratitude all those who by their tender ministrations and words and deeds of thoughtful kindness helped to lighten our burden of grief in this hour of sor row and desolation. We wish to extend our sirn cere thanks especially to Drs. John D. and T. H. Hanson and Paul T. Thibodaux, for their un tiring attention to our loved one, and to all who sent the beautiful floral offerings for the ob sequies, with sincere assurances of our appreci ation of their tokens of love and sympathy. To I each and every friend who in any way served us our hearts go out in gratitude, while we breathe a fervent prayer that- the fullest blessing of our Heavenly Father may attend them always. MR. and MRS. LUCIEN CASSO and FAMILY. Donaldsonville Ice Co., Ltd. DONALDSONVILLE, LA. S. GOETTE, Presfdent-Manager JAS. FORTIER, Secretary-Treasurer ICE, DER AND COLD STORAGE Purest and Best Quality Ice Supplied in any Quantity-at Factory or Shipped Wherever Ordered Local Agency For the Anheuser-Busch Brewing As sociation celebrated Keg and Bottle Beers, (Faust, Anhieuser, Bock and Pale in kegs, Exquisite, Budweiser,. Anheuser and Bavarian in bottles.) Orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Satisfaction always fully guaranteed. Phone 78. -f IN MEMORIAM Edward Paul Casso VIGWAM OF MOHAWK TRIBE NO. 33, IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, HUNTING GROUNDS OF DONALDSONVILLERESERVATION OFLOUISIANA 23rd Sun, Hot Moon, G. S. D. 423, Common Era June 23, 1914. DALLEN to sleep, his trail of life ended, there has been called to the Happy Hunting ,rounds of his Fathers one of the members of Iohawk Tribe No. 33, Improved Order of Red ten: Edward Paul Casso. His life's labors were just begun, but he has rossed the river and rests under the shade of he trees. The heart throbs of his brothers, at uned in Freedom, Friendship and Charity, beat a sympathetic unison with the bereaved and rief-bowed loved ones. In life, he was a young ian of exemplary conduct; filled with the milk f human kindness; imbued with universal love or his fellow men; manifested a profound in erest in Redmanship, worthy of emulation by he members of this order, wherever in life their ines may fall. Upon those swept by the dusky pinions of the ngel dark and dread, shutting out the sweet resence so dear to their sight, the benediction Kf ishe Manitou is implored and the unfailing inger of time is invoked in healing the poignant ain from the wound of sore affliction. Brother! Rest in peace! Thy name is engraved pon the tablets of love, enshrined in the hearts .f your fellow Red Men, and the ceaseless come nd go of the seasons will find the impress un immed in the memories of those with whom in ife you walked, touching elbow to elbow in fra ernal communion. Sincerely submitted in F., F. and C., E. S. BINNINGS, Chairman; CHARLES GAUDIN, LEON WEIS, Committee. JURY VENIRE. state of Louisiana-Parish of Ascen sion-Twenty-Seventh Judicial District Court. N accordance with Act No. 135 of the general assembly of the state of Louisiana, approved uly 13, 1898, and amended by Act No. 58 of the cts of the general assembly of Louisiana, ap roved June 29, 1904, the jury commissioners in nd for the parish of Ascension, La., met at the flice of the clerk of court of said parish and tate on Wednesday, June 24, 1914, and then and here proceeded to draw grand and petit juries o serve according to law at the session of court eginning Monday, July 13, 1914, in the follow og manner, viz: GRAND JURORS ame Ward Name Ward essie Melancon..... 1 George Gravois...... 7 . S. Crawford....... 2 J. Arthur LeBlanc... 8 Emile LeBlanc.... 2 S. B. Barman........ 9 'aul Bouchereau.... 3 Lester E. Wright.... 9 Goette ............ 4 P. S. Berteau......... 9 '. S. Richard......... 4 J. Paul Bourgeois.... 9 asmin Tobias....... 4 Augusten King .......10 . A. Landry ........ 5 Ben L. ('ambre.......10 V. T. Young......... 6 J. Armand LeBlanc..10 F. Saxon...... ... 6 Ruby Dixon..........10 Petit jury drawl? for the second week of the ession, beginning Monday, July 20, 1914: Game Ward Name Ward 7. A. Rodrigue....... 4 Nick Brown..........10 teno Mollere. Jr..... 3 Jos. Chas. Dabadie... 4 ouis J. De'Hass.... 9 Caliste Brand........10 eon Clouatre........ 3 Paul Judice.......... 3 William J. Roundtree 9 J. C. Bouchereau.... 4 Wade Singletary-... 9 Meyer Lemann....... 4 Felix Acosta ........ 3 Mandes Boudreaux.. 9 tosemond Brand, Jr. 7 Paul Arceneaux...... 5 Sarshall James.... 10 Ivy Corbo ........... 3 iilliam Blair........10 R.N. Robertson..... 4 oseph Goetz......... 4 Joseph Kling.....1...10 •. Linden-LeBlanc...10 Lucien Dugas........ 2 tlysse Savois........ 9 J. Rumsey Duke..... 4 kdam LeBlanc.......10 Wilson Causin....... 3 Jos. E. Bujol......... 1 Henry Oubre......... 4 I hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a true and correct list of the grand and petit juries drawn to serve at the July session, 1914, of the twenty-seventh judicial district court for the parish of Ascension, beginning Monday, July 13, 1914. In faith whereof, witness my hand and seal of office at Donaldsonville, La., this 24th day of June, 1914. J, 8. BARMAN, Clerk of Court. BUSINESS GUIDE Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc. NEW AVENUE STORE Nos. 406-408 Railroad avenue David Israel, Proprietor TJe cheapest place in the city to buy dry goods, notions, gent's furnishing goods, etc. Every thing brand new. Plumbing and Tinning H. SCHAFF & SON. Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Workers 217 Railroad avenue Roofing, guttering, stovepiping, and repairing. Plumbing work a specialty. Phone 107-2. Stationery and Novelties DUFFEL'S VARIETY STORE V. L. Duffel, Proprietor Grand Theatre Building Headquarters for fancy station ery, novelties, jewelry and post cards of all kinds. Phone 201. Tailors WOLFSON BROTHERS & CO. Ohicago Tailors Cor. Railroad ave. and Charles st. Get your next suit or pair of trousers from us and save the middle man's profit. We do our own tailoring. Groceries, Feedstuffs, Etc. C. KLINE. Corner Crescent Place and Houmas street. Dealer in dry goods, notions, shoes, groceries, provisions, corn, oats and bran. Phone 162. Photographer ALBERT H. LANDRY, Photographer Railroad avenue. Is prepared and equipped to turn out first-class photos. Prices reasonable. Developing a specialty. Let The Chief do Your Printing.