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ITe Dooallsonville Wile! RAILWAY TIME TABLE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Steamer Virgie J. C. Davidson, Capt. J. J. Hickson, Clerk. This swift and elegant boat makes FOUR TRIPS DAILY between Donaldsonville and Burnside, connecting with passenger trains of the Y. & M. V. Railroad as follows: Passengers going north take boat at 9:15 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. Passengers going south take boat at 6:00 o'clock a. m. and 2:15 p. m. Passengers taking 6 o'clock boat 'arrive at New Orleans at 8:35 a. m. Dining car serving breakfast attached to this train. Passengers taking 2:15 o'clock boat arrive at New Orleans at 5:40 p. m. A horse-car at Burnside will convey passengers to and from the boat free of charge. Tickets to all points sold on the boat. and baggage handled. 4t.. TEXAS AND PACIFIC TRAINS GOING EAST. No. 62-Cannon Ball........... 5.47 a. m. No. 54-New Orleans mail...... 2.09 p. m. No. 56-Accommodation ....... 8.25 a. m. No. 60-"Early Bird" ......... 4.35 p. m. TRAINS GOING WEST No. 51--Texas fast mail........ 9.52 p. m. No%.3-Texas express.......... 3.05 p. m. No. 36--Accommodation ........ 7.49 p. m. No. 59---"Early Bird"..........10.10 a. m. LAFOURCHE BRANCH. No, 63-Lv. for Thibodaux..... 7.55 p. m. No. 64-Ar. from Thibodaux... .8:15 a. m. No. 65-Lv. for Thibodaux...... 10.15 a. m. No. 66-Ar. from Thibodaux..... 4.15 p. m. NAPOLEONVILLE BRANCH. No. 93--Lv. for Napoleonville... 7.53 p. m. No. 94-Ar. from Napoleonville. .8:15 a. m. No. 95-Lv. for Napoleonville....10.35 a. m. No. 96-Ar. from Napoleonville. .2.00 p. m. Local freight trains each way daily, Sunday excepted. L. B. MATTINGLY, Local Agent. PROFESSIONAL PI'YSICIANS E K. SIMS, Physician and Surgeon. Office in Houmas street, between Iberville street and Crescent Place. Telephone 90. DR. T. H. HANSON, Physician. Office: Railroad avenue, between Claiborne and Opelousas streets. Telephone 240. DR. J. D. HANSON, Physician. Offrie and residence: Lessard street, between Nicholls avenue and Iberville street. Telephone 54. ATTORNEYS AND NOTARIES B J. VEGA, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Office, 313 Nicholls avenue. Telephone 31. CALEB C. WEBER, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Office in Railroad avenue, opposite the Donaldonville High School. 'Phone 109-2 KARL LECHE, Attorney at Law. Office, 203 Houmas street, between Nicholls Avenue and Iberville street. SPECIALISTS R. A. W. MARTIN, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist. Eyeglasses fitted. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Office, No. 121 Railroad avenue. 'Phone 308. CIVIL ENGINEER-SURVEYOR J C. WATIES, Civil Engineer and Surveyor and Timber Estimator, Napoleonville, La. All work given prompt attention. Telephone No. 12, Napoleonville exchange. BUDGET - OF - Estimated Expenditures of Parish of Ascension for Fiscal Year 1915-16. As Prepared by the Finance Committee of the Police Jury of the Parish of Ascension. Assessor ...... ...............$ 1350.00 Clerk police jury and treasurer.. 900.00 District attorney ............. 750.00 Coroner ...................... 00.00 Justices of the peace............ 720.00 Constables ............ ....... 800.00 Janitor ............... .... 300.00 Sheriff's contract ............... 2700.00 Police jury ................... . 300.00 Parish printer ................. 400.00 South Louisiana Fair Association certificate ............ ...... 500.00 Dipping vat certificates . ...... 590.00 Transportation ................. 500.00 Witnesses ....... ............ 400.00 Petit jury ........ .......... 600.00 Grand jury .......... ........ 250.00 Coroner's jury ................ 100.00 Board of Health ............... 250.00 Elections ........ .......... 1200.00 2nd Road District ............ 1200.00 3rd Road District .............. 1500.00 4th Road District ............. 1300.00 Stenographer ....... .......... 300.00 Public schools. ................ 16000.00 Donaldsonville-Darrow ferry 300.00 Certificates of indebtedness, First Road District .............. 3300.00 Normal School student .......... 165.00 Canal Bank & Trust Co., certificates and interest............. 4600.00 Donaldson'ville Fire Department.. ýýo0.00 Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital tf0.00 Contingent .......G............ 975.00 Total...... ........ ..........$43,000.00 C. H. LANDRY, SR., 1 LEON NEWMAN, ADOLPH, NETTER, Finance Committee Police' Jury, Parish of Ascension. SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Louisiana-Parish of Ascension-Twenty-Seventh Judicial District Court. f Mike Capone Vs. No. 2327 Peter Musso BY VJTUE OF and in obedience to writ of fieri facias, issued by the above named court in the above entitled and numbered cause, V and to me directed, I have seized and taken into my possession, and will offer for sale at public auction to the 1 . Ad highest bidder, according to 9 the principal front door of r the c. thouse of the parish of Ascensio in the city of Donaldsonville, on SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1915, h at 11 o'clock a. m., the following de- a scribed property, to-wit: e A certain stock of goods and mer- bn chandise consisting of shoes, dryt cl goods, etc., fully described in the in-~,. b ventory on file in the office of tlk'ta clerk of court of this parish. ai Terms and conditions--Cash in to United States currency. E. C. HANSON,. Sheriff, Parish of Ascension. H Donaldsonville, La.. June 18, 1915 cu nc RUB.M YWTISI Li *Will cure your Rlhelranltissau Neuralgia, Headaches,- Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Brtises, (Cuts a::d fo Burns, Old Sores, Sti7.-s oi niccts a Etc. Antiseptic An:l·e'r', tvdc iilternally and Extcrmna!iy. P;.j:.S,. Ce; SOUTH LOUISIANA FAIR AT DONALDSONVILLE, OCTOBER 13-17, 1915. POULTRY DEPARTMENT (Continued) TURKEYS CLASS H 2 Entry fee, 50 cents for each pair. No classes for singles or pens. 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 1131. Bronze ...... ............. ....... .... $ 1.50 $ .75 Ribbor 1132. Narragansett . ---------------------------- 1.50 .75 Ribbor 1133. W hite Holland .......................................... 1.50 .75 Ribbor 1134. Black .............................. .......................... 1.50 .75 Ribbox 1135. Buff .......................................................... 1.50 .75 Ribbor 1136. Slate . .... ................ ........ .. ............... 1.50 .75 Ribbor 1137. Bourbon Red .......................... .............. 1.50 .75 Ribbor DUCKS CLASS 1 2 Entry fees: Singles, 25 cents; pens (one male and four fem~.0~wru cents. White Pekins 1138. Old drake .............. ................... $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 1139. Young drake .................................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1140. Old duck ................................................. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1141. Young duck ............................................ 1.00 .5 Ribbon 1142. Breeding pen ............................................ 2.50 1.2#1 Ribbon Colored Rouen 1143. Old drake ................................................. $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 1144. Young drake ........................................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1145. Old duck ................................................ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1146. Young duck ........................................ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1147. Breeding pen 1.25 Ribbon Colored Muscovy 1148. Old drake ....................................... $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 1149. Young drake .............................................. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1150. Old duck .................................................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1151. Young duck ........................................ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1152. Breeding pen ....................................... 2.50 1.25 Ribbon White Muscovy 1153. Old drake .....................-------------------------.............. $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 1154. Young drake ............................................ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1155. Old duck ...................................... .. 1.*0 .50 Ribbon 1156. Young duck 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1157. Breeding pen 2.50 1.25 Ribbon Fawn and White Indian Runner 1158. Old drake .............. -............. $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 1159. Young drake ..........................---------------------------.............. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1160. Old duck -----------.......... --------.......--------........ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1161. Young duck -----.......................... ... 1.00 Ribbon 1162. Breeding pen ........................................... 2.50 1.25 Ribbon English Pencilled Indian Runner 1163. Old drake .......................................----------------------------. $ 1.00 $ .50. Ribbon 1164. Young drake ............................................ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1165. Old duck .............. -----..... ..................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1166. Young duck ............................................. 1.00 Ribbon 1167. Breeding pen ............................................ 2.50 1.25 Ribbon White Indian Runner I168. Old drake ....................-----------------------------.................... $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 169. Young drake ...........................-----------------------............ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1170. Old duck ........... 1.00 Ribbon 171. Young duck ................................... ..... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 172. Breeding pen ......... .................. 2.50 1.25 Ribbon Blue Swedish 173. Old drake $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 174. Young drake ............................. .. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 175. Old duck ..... .............................. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 176. Young duck 1.00 .50 Ribbon 177. Breeding pen .............................. 2.50 1.25 Ribbon Buff (Orpington) Ducks 178. Old drake . $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 179. Young drake 1.00 .50 Ribbon 180. Old duck .................................................. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 181. Young duck .............................................. 1.00 .50 Ribbon 182. Breeding pen ........ ................................ 2.50 1.25 Ribbon Any Other Variety 183. Old drake .................................................. $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 184. Young drake .... ............. ........ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 185. Old duck .50 Ribbon 186. Young duck _ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 187, Breeding pen ........ --- -2.50 1.25 Rihhon GEESE CLASS J 2 Entry fee, 50 cents for each pair. No classes for singles or pens. 1188. Toulouse ........................... $ 1.00 $ .50 Ribbon 1189. Em bden ................ ............ ...................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1190. African .................................................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1191. Egyptian ...................... .............. ............ 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1192. Brown Chinese .......................................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1193. W hite Chinese ... ..... ................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1194. Wild or Canadian .... ............... 1.00 .50 Ribbon PIGEONS CLASS K 2 Entry fee, 25 cents per pair. No classes for singles or pens. Premiums, per pair, 75 cents for first; 25 cents for second; ribbon for third. All pigeons must be shown in coops furnished by exhibitors. 1195. Homers 1199. Maltese Hens 1196. Runts 1200. Horuneaux 1197. Carneaux 1201. White Kings 1198. Mondaines 1202. Polish Lynx 1203. Pouters '1207. Muffed Tumblers 1204. Pigmy Pouters 1208. Clean Leg Tumblers 1205. Fantails 1209. Short Faced Tumblers 1206. Jacobins 1210. Swallows 1211. African Owls 1214. English Owls 1212. Chinese Owls 1215. Trumpeters 1213. Turbits 1216. Swallows Any other standard variety SWEEPSTAKES CLASS L 2 1217. For best and largest display of poultry by one exhibitor, all breeds and varieties, (bantams, turkeys, waterfowl and pigeons not to count), a sweepstakes prize of $5. MISCELLANEOUS CLASS M 2 1218. Display Pheasants ...................... $ 2.00 1.00 Ribbon 1219. Display Pea Fowls ................... 2.00 1.00 Ribbon 1220. Pair White Guineas ............ 1.00 Ribbon 1221. Pair Pearl Guineas ...................... .............. 1.00 Ribbon 1222. Display Guinea Pigs ..................... 1.00 .50 Ribbon 1223. Belgian Hare, buck .................................. 1.00 , Ribbon 1224. Belgian Hare, doe ..................... Ribbon 1225. Pair White Rabbits .............. 1.00 Ribbon 1226. Pair Angora Rabbits ............... 1.00 Ribbon SPECIAL POULTRY PREMIUMS Barred Plymouth Rocks The American Barred Plymouth Rock Club offers its handsome silk )adges, open to members only, as follows: For best shaped male, best ;haped female, best colored male, and best colored female. Breeders of this variety may join the club by sending $1 membership ee, which will make them paid-up members until Feb. 1, next, and entitle .hem to compete for all club specials, and to all other privileges of the club intil that time, to Henry D. Riley, Secretary-Treasurer, Strafford, Chester Ao., Pa. White Orpingtons The American White Orpington Club offers as specials at this a iandsome set of club ribbons, as follows: For best Single Comb White Oriington Cock, best Single Comb White Orpington Cockerel, best Single Comb Vhite Orpington Hen, and best Single Comb White Orpington Pullet. Also a handsome club medal for best Single Comb White Orpington Pen. The specials are open to members only who are in good standing and have aid dues for current term. All breeders should join this club and cete for these handsome specials. The initiation fee is only $1, whici ies you until Oct. 1, 1916. William A. Stolts, Secretary, 416 State.fe luilding, Indianapolis, Ind. Light Brahmas The American Light Brahma Club offers its handsome silk ribbons s follows: One for best shaped male, one for best shaped female, one for est colored male and one for best colored female. These specials will be warded only where the winning exhibitor is a member of the club. For xample, if the best shaped male is not owned by an A. L. B. Club memer, such owner may join the club through the show secretary, before the lose of the show, and the ribbon will be awarded the new member. Memership may also be obtained by sendin ne dollar to the Assistant Secreiry, Harvey C. Wood, Bound Brook, Nev7 Jersey. Copy of the Year Book nd Bulletin will be sent free to all Light Brahma breeders upon application Mr. Wood. S. C. White Leghorns The National Single Comb White Leghorn Club offers to members in ieping with club rules, five beautiful badges, as follows: Best Cock, best en, best Cockerel, best Pullet, best Pen. Catalog showing badges, medals, ips, ideal male, ideal female, etc., sent free to prospective members. If At a member send $2 and belong to a live specialty club. Annual dues, $1. ife membership, $10. Eugene C. Smith, President, F. O. Groesbeck, Secretary, Aurora, Ill. Hartford, Conn..... Rhode Island Reds The Rhode Island Red Club of America will give eight prize ribbons; ur to the Single Comb and four to the Rose Comb variety; two of the v-rds to variety to be for shape and two for color. To be eligible to compete for these ribbons, exhibitors must show rei1its for dues paid in this club for the current year. W. H. Card, Secretary. Manchester, Connecticut. YEAR'S SCHOOL WORK (Continued from page one.) that money invested in brains is a good asset to the parish. Recommendations. I recommend that the coming year Calbasse school be operated as a two instead of a three-teacher school, and that the sixth, seventh and eighth grades be transported by wagon, properly arranged, to the Dutchtown High School. Since it is impossible to place within reach of all of those dlesiring higher education, facilities for same, the next best thing seems to be to transport these children to the nearest high school. The change in this case is particularly desirable, since instead of providing seven months for these grades at Calbasse school they will receive nine months' schooling at Dutchtown. Too, there will be a saving in expense, highly desirable at this time, of $25 per month, to say nothing of the better equipment and facilities, i 1-.p'er school, also broader sol tart for the pupils transported. I wish it might be possible to effect a similar arrangement in some of our other schools. I recommend that an effort be made to induce the Gonzales school district to raise the sum of $2000 in order to take advantage of the offer of the state to supplement this amount to the extent of $750, which should be expended in additional building and equipment necessary at this time to relieve the congested condition and provide for sewing and cooking department. Conclusion. In conclusion I. beg to submit that I have made every effort during this year to honestly and conscientiously; administer the school system of the parish. That I might have done some things better and that I may have failed in some respects, I frankly admit; but summing up what I have accomplished and what I have failed to do, I find some cause for satisfaction and for rejoicing over a year of work well planngd and well executed. That the school board has guarded zealously the school interests of the parish during the year, giving to the schools :heir best thought and their time without cost to the parish, are commendable facts, and it is this loyalty to the school system, this devotion to the trust imposed upon them, coupled with the splendid and harmonious co)peration of board members and superintendent, that is mainly respontible for whatever success has been attained during the year which now ,asses into history. Respectfully submitted, J. L. RUSCA, Supt. BILLY KERSANDS DEAD. Famous Negro Minstrel Passes Away Suddenly in New Mexico. The following press despatch will be of interest to a large number of our readers, particularly in this community, where the famous Billy Kersands never failed to crowd the opera house on the occasion of his annuai ppc.::ranl cc : "Artesi:, N. M., June 30.-Billy Kersands, at one time the best known negro minstrel performer in the world. died suddenly here at 1 o'clock this morning of heart failure. He was nearly 73 years of age, but with the exception of failing eyesight was remarkably well preserved and was at work with a carnival company playing here almost up to the hour of his death. "Kersands finished his performance with the carnival company shortly after midnight and started for the sleeping car where the troupe was sleeping. On the way to the train he had an attack of heart trouble, but after stopping for a few minutes' rest he continued on his way to the car. While undressing he was seized with another attack and a physician was called, but Kersands died beford medical assistance could reach him. "Billy Kersands had been on the American stage for nearly fifty years. He was born in Baton Rouge, La., but went to New York while very young and became a bootblack on the Bowery. His singing and dancing barefoot in the street attracted the attention of a minstrel performer named Craddock, who first put Kersands in a part at $12 a week. In two weeks Billy struck for $24 a week and got it, and within a month. struck for $50 a week and was again raised. In a short time he was dr;awing $75 a week and was being featured as the man who could put an ordinary sized saucer in his mouth. "The late Charles Frohman, who recently lost his life when the Lusitania was sunk by a German submarine, was attracted by Kersands while the latter was with Craddock and invited him to take part in a negro minstrel show he was sending to Europe. Kersands let them work on him for three weeks and at the end of that time signed a contract to tour Europe for $250 a week. "This was the beginning of his big salary days, and for years money flowed his way. He traveled through the country in a private car occupied only by himself and his family, and after several years of successful work ! he went to Australia on a trip on which he lost practically everything he possessed. When he flied he was traveling with a plantation show in a carnival company with a troupe of some eight performers. The prices to see the old-time king of negro minstrels had dropped from two dollars a seat to fifteen cents." Has real reai:, ia ".,rcpert es that s'o)hr the i ;.:--e1wn the !tn-' FOR PRICKLY H CHAFtil'NGn, a a8JRN derful )ishtincet- ý..: iv y .u.. . .:c at Cruggists. PHIL. P. C C1,ý U, t cw Crtea1s, La. -% L. J. Echeverria DEALER IN HID)ES. WOOL, FURS, ETC. P. 0. Box 276 Phone 52 Office and Warehouse: Division street, Near Freight Depot DONALDSONVILLE, LA. Goodyear Fortified Tires Cost Users $5,000,000 Less Our last price reduction- tra wear. And we shall spend ade February 1st-will save $100,000 on research this year oodyear users about five mil- to find more improvements still. lion dollars this year. And that Y was our third reduction in two They Are Yours years, totaling 45 per cent. These extras belong to you. Yet Note Thi They mean less rim-cuts, less Yet ]Note This blowouts, less loose treads. They Yet Goodyear Fortified Tires mean more rubber, more fabric, embody many extras. Five are more mileage, less trouble. Most costly features found in no other tire users know that, so Goodtire. The rest are found in few. year tires far outsell any other. If we on tted those extras, we Prove it yourself this sumcould save on this year's peba- mer. It will bring you tire conble output $1,635,000. We tentment. could add that to our profits, yet Any dealer, if you ask him, Goodyear tires would look as will supply you Goodyear tires. good as now. Men are now This year's adopting Goodimprovements OOD YEAR year tires faster alone will cost AKRONOmIO thanwecansupus $500,000 Fortified Tires ply them. We this year. All flo-Rim.Cut Tires-"On-Air" Cured have neverseen to give you ex- WithAll-Weather Treads orSmooth anything like it. Goodyear Service Stations t .Tires in Stock DONALDSONVILLE - Donaldsonville Garage " - D. Ohlmeyer THIBODAUX - - - Chas. F. Martin WHITECASTLE - Whitecastle Auto Supply Co UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. DON'T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Clean Your Sluggish Liver Better Than Calomel and Can Not Salivate, Calomel makes you sick: you lose a say's work. Calomel is quicksilver and it salivates: calomel injures your liver. If you are hilious: feel lazy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your head aches or stomach is sour, just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. )odson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. You'll know it next morning because you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working, your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerfil: full of eneryv. vicor and ambition. Your .druggist or doaler sells you a 50 cent bottle of Liver Tone under my personal guarantee that it will clean your sluggish liver better than nasty calomel; it won't make you sick and you can eat anything you want withqout beingssalivated.., Your druggist guarantees that each spoonful will start your liver, clean your bowels and straighten you up by morning or you get your money back. Children gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or cramp or make them sick. I am selling millions of bottles of Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have found thatth.is-pleasant, vegetable, liver medicine takes the place of dangerous calomel: Buy one bottle on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask your dcuggist about me. Donaldsonville Ice Co., Ltd. DONALDSONVILLE, LA. S. GOETTE, President-Manager J. E. BLUM, Secretary-Treasurer ICE, BEER AND COLD STORAGE Capacity, 30 Tons Daily PUREST AND BEST QUALITY ICE Supplied in any Quantity at Factory or Shipped Wherever Ordered Local Agency For the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association celebrated Keg and Bottle Beers, (Faust, Anheuser, Bock and Pale in kegs, Exquisite, Budweiser, Anheuser and Bavarian in bottles.) Orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Satisfaction always fully guaran- 8 teed. Phone 78. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Count y, s Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney I Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay- the sum of ONE TTT'NDRFj DOLLARS for each and ev1er case e Catarrh that cannot be cured hb the use of TTAT.T 'S CATARRH~ CURE. FRANK J. ('CENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, !,is (th day of December, A. D. 1886. (Seal) '. GLEASON. Notary Public. _ l ' Catarrh C':ro is taken intern: ally direct: li.irn the blood a.Id miu^o' s ,f t:r, ;v.;,ter . S,-nd for te(iimnjo s, free. F. CHENEY" & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold h. all 1)r..crists. 7c:. Take Hall's F:naiiy 1'i': i:r cornstpation. ESTABLI DIN 55a THE MOST IABLE AND OLDEST WE N THE STATE. WATER GUA OR NO PAY FOR FACT E CK PARMS, I EGAT DDR Thia is a prescription prepared especisiil for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEV2ER. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not return. It acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c The home merchants are prepared to supply your needs. Buy" from them, and by keeping your money at home help build up your own community. CONSTABLE'S SALE State of Louisiana-Parish of Ascension-Fourth Ward Justice Court. M. Randazzo vs. Antonio Matta Y VIRTUE OF an order of sale issued in the above entitled cause and to me directed by Hon. Edmund Maurin, justice of the peace of the fourth ward, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash on SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915, at 11 o'clock a. m., on the premises at the northeast corner of St: Patrick street and Nicholls avenue, the following described property: A quantity of goods, wares and merchandise seized in the above by virtue of a writ of attachment issued On the affidavit and bond of plaintiff. Terms and conditions-Cash in U. S. currency. JOHN RAMIREZ, Constable Fourth Ward. Donaldsonville, La., July 15, 1915. PUBLIC NOTICE. OFFICE of Collector of Internal Revenue, New Orleans, La., July 8, 1915:-In pursuance of the provisions of Section 3460, R. S., notice is hereby given the owners of the two barrels of whiskey seized March 30, 1915, at Donaldsonville, La.. for violation of the internal revenue laws, that unless they appear and file claims in the manner prescribed by law within thirty (30) days from date hereof, same will be advertised and sold as forfeited to the United States under the ahocre mentioned statute. J. Y. FAUNTLEROY, Collector of Internal Revenue. SHOW UP FAVORABLY. Ascension Schools Make Good Impression on State Inspectors. The following reference to the Donaidsonville High School is made in the report of State High School Inspector C. A. Ives for the months of April and May: "We spent half a day in this school and saw work of all kinds. It appears to be well organized and generally doing a good work, with literary, domestic ceonomy and commercial departments. "The school has one of the largc:t li.:a:--i; in the state in connection with a high school. There had existed a club library, which had been Sgenerally available to the public. This library was merged with the school library and placed under its management. The town assists in its maintenance, paying a portion of the salary of ibrari an. A large room supplied wit suitable equipment is given over to Students have the advice o . brarian, as well as their teachers, in making use of the library. Altogether, it seems to be an admirable arrangement and we believe the children derive great profit from general reading courses, as well as,-_hat done in connection with parti 'lar studies." P. L. Guilbeau, state inspector of agricultural schools, makes the following report of a visit to the Oak Grove school at Hope Villa during the month of April: "I found conditions good on this farm. The potato crop, owing to a had stand, is not as good as it should be. i hope, however, that the yield will be fair. All the land is well prepared and will soon be planted. Tom:atoes are being set out and some bean, pl an-ted. Mr. Babin has just sold $76 worth of hogs. Some of this money has been Osed to buy a boar f, the farm and the balance will be pat in general improvements on the farm. While I was there I saw six young Duroc-Jersey pigs which had been purchased by the boys for club work. Most of them were very fine and should develop into very nice hog.. The live stock and tools were - in ery good condition." BUSINESS GUIDE 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. 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 odr own tailoring. Groceries, Feedstuffs, Etc. C. KLINE. Corner Crescent Place and iminmnas street. in dry goods, notions, shoes, groceries, provisions, corn, o: . La.. 152. New Service Thorough Sleepers Daily to OKLAHOMA CITY; WICHITA, PUBELO, COLORADO SPRINGS and DENVER via and Santa Fee R'y Leaves New Orleans 12:30 Noon Shreveport Midpight Arrives Colorado Afternoon Second Day The SCENIC WAY to the SALIFORNIA E OSITIONS Choice of routes-Go one way Return another Low Excursion Rates NUMEROUS SIDE TRIPS SEE T. & P. R'Y AGENTS Or write A. D. BELL, GEO. D. HUNTER, A~t. Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pass. Agt DIALLAS, TEXAS OVERWORKED MOTHER Finds Health In Our Vinol Collinsville, Ill.-"I suffered from a nervous break-down and terrible headaches, and was tired all over, totally worn out and discouraged but as I a large family I had to work desp d suffering. I saw Vinol advertis d decided to try it, and within two eks I noticed a decided improvemen and now I am a well woman. "-Mrs. ANA BECKER. We guarantee Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic, to strengthen and build up weak, run-down, overworked mothers. X-Ray Pharmacy, Donaldsonville, La. AN OPPiORTUNITY TO GET ACQUAINTED with our line WINES LIQUORS. It pay you to know our goods, because they're the best on the market are below others charge .. .............. Welcome Saloon GEORGE LANDRY, Proprietor

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