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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 3 May 1913

*t Pointe-a-la-Hache. Judge R. E. Hingle is holding court j in St. Bernard. Mrs. F. C. Mevers returned Thurs- I day night from a visit of several days I to New Orleans. Messrs. Hall and Terrell of the I Louisiana Southern Ry., were in this town on Wednesday. The many friends of Mr. Adolph C 'Martin will be glad to learn of his re c-very from his last illness. Dr. Wm. H. Pipe, visited Pointe a la HI-.he Thursday. p ,. jValter Andignac visited his Sn:.,t sunday. C 3: i Herbert Ragas, of New Orleans, wvas a visitor here on Sunday. The stork ;isited the hom.e of Judge t' and Mrs. L. T. Fontenelle and left a fine little girl. of Mr. Walton Schayot visited the home o of his father Sunday. Messrs. John Rene Perez and Her- S bert A. Mevers have formed a co-part- L nership for the practice of Law under A the firm name of Perez & Meyvers. C This announcement will be read with C interest by the many friends of these two popular young Attorneys. They 8 have our best wishes for : large meas-...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 3 May 1913

STATE NEWS. (Continued from page one.) impelled by the natural inclination in cases like the Dunbar kidnapping, the general public, inflamed, with the assistance of certain indolent newspa per men, endeavored to do all in its power to bring the evil part of the history of the accused before the peo ple, and because of this natural im becility and the promptings of the passion of sensation, it was undesir able to use up all of the human inge nuity available towards seeing evil things from certain evil facts, and it was their heart and soul's desire that sonie colossal criminal who could eat children ,nd murder with a laugh would be headlined to satisfy their vulgar and ravenous appetite for mar velous, excruciating cruelty. As soon as he was accused of kid napping, au many other accusations as there are sinc against the com mandments of the national law were piled upon hi; shoulders. Now at a time when the popular, sensational excitement dies down (and the same has- a very short life...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 10 May 1913

K.. The Lower Coast Gazette. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agricilture, Horticulture. Fisheries and Commnerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-IIACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913. No. 19 Financing the Farmer. Address of W. G. Edens, President Illinois Highway Improvement Association, to the First National Conference on Marketing and Farm Credits, At Chicago, April 10, 1913. Continual complaints against the high cost of living, heard on every side, naturally prompts one to endeavor to get at the underlying causes of this distressing condition. It will be con ceded that the high cost of living is not the re sult of the prevalence of any one particular cus tom or condition, but that a number of import ant elements enter into the consideration and solution of this important problem. I shall not attempt to go into all the various ramifications of the question, but shall endeavor to confine myself to a discussion oi those matters which I deem to be the miore pootential factors in t...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 10 May 1913

TAX COLLECTOR'S SALES. State of Louisiana vs. I)gjldquent Tax Debtors of the Paish 'of Plaque mines. + 'By virtue of th t owity vhsted in e by the Cos4t and laws of the State of l1;lsianajI will siell; at .he principal froit .door of the Court House in which the tivil District Court '*cf said parish Is het Awithin the legal hours for judicial sales, beginning at the hour of 11 o'clock a. min., OWl trday, the 7th day. Qf ..Jitne, 1913, an etinui g on each succeeding day until said s~e$ are completed, all im movable property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and Parish of Plaquemines, to enforce col lection of taxes assessed in the year 1912,'together with the interest there or' from the 31st day of December, 1912, at the rate of 10 per cent. per ani numi until paid, and all costs. -A "'Arms, Thomas, Estate; assessment, 4130.00- State tax ............... .65 Parish tax ..................... .78 Levee tax ......................$1.30 Acreage tax .................. 50 ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 10 May 1913

PARISH NEWS. Pointe-a-la-lache. Mr. and Mrs. Edwmi C. Kohn are in New Orleans this week. District Attorney N. H. Nunez was in Pointe a Ia Hache Tuesday. Mise Daisy Alberti was the guest of Mrs. R. C. Favret on Monday. Mr. Oliver S. Livaudais visited his place Sunday. Mr. Frank Cosse was here on Wed nesday, representing A. Baldwin & Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Daniels were the guests of Judge and Mrs. R. E. Hingle. Mr. Lionel Favret and family visited i at the home of Mrs. G. Favret Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Charbonnet visited her mother, Mrs. A. Andignac Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Perry Gunn, of Ala bama, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Mevers. Mrs. B. A. Favret and children are on a visit to relatives in New Orleans this week. Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Singleton andj little son, F. R. Jr., spent a few days 1 in New Orleans the first of the week. Mrs. Harry Lester came down from New Orleans Sunday and spent the 1 day with her husband, the popular Louisiana Southern Conductor. In the matter of the su...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 10 May 1913

CONTAMINATED VEGETABLES. f As water supplies are more care tuly inspected and their tendency to spread typhoid more and more less ened, the other factors in the dis semination of the disease are becom ing better recognized. Among these one of the most important is the con sumption of vegetables without cook ing. As they can be washed only in cold water, and as frequently they may have been exposed to dust and dirt of various kinds, they are natur ally capable of becoming carriers of disease under certain circumstances. The health departments of many cit ies now require, very properly, that such vegetables shall not be exposed openly for sale on the streets, to be contaminated by street dirt and to be the resting-place of flies, but, of course, it is of no avail to safeguard them during sale if they have been contaminated previously. Their hand Ilng before they come to market and the conditions under which they have been grown are therefore extremely important. In certain portions of...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 17 May 1913

.x71~ .~~-",.Pj r' ~·· Yd~¶,Ma),; u - f~ .iL ~· MK·~ -··i:.~ -: 4aý The Lower Gastt Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast "Agriculture, Horticultureý Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE4ALAIIACHE; LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1913. N.0 Boxing Oranges. t si `The report is now current in this parish d that Messrs. Robert Moore, John Meyer and tl A. Commander, all of whom are largely inter- w ested in the orange industry in this parish, have ly recently been visiting Florida with a view of e( investigating the most modern methods of mar- o keting oranges there. This includes sorting h them for size, and also cleaning them from P any incidental growths. These gentlemen, it ti is reported, will establish a number of orange si , packeries in this parish, in which will be in stalled the best machinery available. Oranges w sent to these packeries will be carefully pre- º pared, cleaned and boxed, all in first-class le style and in this way will be salable at their ti full value. Whe...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 17 May 1913

The -, Wer Coast Gazette 'ubjished Weekly by Ti:; LowER COAST GAZETTE CO. .no- a. ia-Hechi, Louisiana. -:Official Journal of: Plaqueminea Parish PoliceJury. Lie Borgne Besin Levee District tERM--$1.00 per Year in Advance' Entered t the Pointe-a-la-Hache Post Officý as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1912. T r:xtle Among the Flor= s Glarngei Men. Since Secretary Wilson demon 3trated the fact that it took 60 percert of the final selling vahie of gariden truck to pay the cbst of its transportation and dis tributing to the consumers, an ;;ir ha in rmaloer to find sonie method of cheapen ing this cost and bringing the producer and consumer together, but no royal road to that final success has yet been opened. We now learn that our friends in the orange industry in Florida are having their own local troub les. :The New York buyers have bb expressing considerable .: ;nce in the Florida Citrus ncio':;ae and yet various par '.ik.:dave been discontented with t L:vzork of the Flori...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 17 May 1913

P ý-: NEWS. j ~ tip :. ýýý'::rcr mc .'!' ..? i:.-. .,.t" , ý :1 t 'vLV.. ZA t( a l'i Harh:C l Wdne i, . TL-. 1 .. Iu was a basket pieniv 0: · delegates, their relatives tl t if .ý.:' ;. by the wholesale drug ri ;,:; ;w ':at city. P.:i a; t'f ten coaches con .6 : :t . i.. to-rys on the Louisiana ilro.ad At Poydras plan- ;: Sron was made and the guests Sg * t `n inspeet: the place wbere . : :nt cave in the levee occui'red j tý: place. C T. e train arri'. cd at Pointe a la G * .: ishortly after 12 o'clock. Lunch- 'n ,;: wus asirved on the Courthousei '.i.-by a committee from'the Ne i' r:'e Club, which alsh super- i ir Lments on the train. o4 ?t:iicrnon there was o "tcr;" .^; r _.troom, which had o " ;.. a`. 'Lith Spanish mo, Sit L a ' 5. flags and hunting. r, ,'M .:: ..: .:.:; hed by a brass band LA A rom New r:Nev ns. The ball gamre'btween the New Or- rf leas3 Drug Club and the State Pharma- r: eutical Association at Livaudais Park. resulted in ayictory for the .fort, by score of. 4 t...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 17 May 1913

is The Clover 00 or Some sings of the lily, and daisy and rose, or And the pansies and pinks that the Summertime throws liE In the green grassy lap of the medder that lays 'S1 Blinkin' up at the skies through the sunshiny days; 1 But what is the lily and all of the rest Of the flowers, to a man with a hart in his brest e That was dipped brimmin' full of the honey and dew Of the sweet clover-blossoms his babyhood knew? I never set eyes on a clover-field now, Er fool round a stable, er climb in the mow, tl But my childhood comes back jest as clear and as plane As the smell of the clover I'm sniffin' again; t And I wunder away in a barefooted dream, a Whare I tangle my toes in the blossoms that gleam i With the dew of the dawn of the morning of love i Ere ii wept o'er the graves that I'm weepin' above. i And sc . love clover-it seems like a part of she sacredest sorrows and joys of my hart; And wharever it blossoms, oh, there let me bow And thank the good God as I'm thankin' him now; A...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 24 May 1913

SThe Lower oast Gazette. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agriculture, Horticulture. Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1913. No. 21. .., ii l .... .. . . . . . . i. .m . sem i a.g.i Hi i-i i - -- - --l--- ai- -mi--li i-i -il mm Hi • •- - i i --. i .- - -i-i-** i- - - - i-. m ai* a *i-i nn The Greatest Pasture Grass Known. There may be some excuse for the dislike which the average farmer shows for grass, so long as he raises cane or cotton and nothing else; but the day of the all-cottoni farmer ends with the entrance of the boll-weevil, even where it has not ended before. We need more real pasture grass in the South. There is land enough producing broomsedge, briers and weeds, or lying bare and gradually washing away, if made into real pastures to grow. ten times the cattle now produced in the cotton States. Fortunately we have the ideal grass for these lands. Not alone that, but it is the best pasture grass known, all things co...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 24 May 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY The Lower Coast Gazette Co. Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. -:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF:- PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURY, ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RIVERE AUx CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, MAY, 24, 1912. The Income Tax. PLANS for imposing the impending income tax are now well under way and the Ways and Means Committee of the present Congress has ' reckoned with it in making up the deficit in revenues that are sure to come with the pro- posed reduction in the tariff. The subject of income tax has been one which has absorbed the interest of financiers and governments for many years. It began in great Britain a good deal more than a century ago, but it was not until 1842 that the income tax became a permanent feature of the t...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 24 May 1913

PARISH NEWS. x ir. "ed thn c'.: A fair for the benefit of St. Patricks 5 , a :hurch at Home Place will be given at $10'.y. )ustmann's Hall, Nairn, La., on Sat- State tax. irday night: May 31st. The public is Parish tax. ereby invited to attend and a good Leve it a rime is promised all those who come.  rea"ta 1usic will be furnished by a New CGoo  re )rleans string band. P-1'nnn , "' Titerest C Mr. F. C. Mevers, Jr., is spending a Pert,;" wo week's vacation with relatives the rigrbt ,ere. ville. Mr. Theophone Ragas was the guest Myrtle l of his 'daughter, Mrs. Leon Hmgle, on erssm"nt,' Sunday. tatt. tax !-Mrs. 0. S. Livaudaýs and N. i. ]rL 'e tac Nunes tt*ei .ourt hlr th." we:k. \r .k lays wit; :e..: in Agirs. . tere: A c" !" Mr: .L£ ,-':gon ,i'- "ii rhd hr he i 3,,0.00-: Miss Maggie Sltz,: ;istJ'.l at the tate tar ome of Mr. and '" ý. :,. C, Favret Pari~.h t. Levee tari uesday, Acreagq t Mr. James Wilkinson was here last Conf' 'zr: Saturday to attend court locd ro Mr. Phillip...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 24 May 1913

NATIONAL NEWS. - (Continued from Pag6 1.) tc matic doubtfulness withcthe hindering ri nationally and mufually sanctioned 1k distrust, and would be equal to our tl government's opposing that for which h it stands, or at least its making the tl passage of its own proposed peace kl program more difficult. The truth of r Governor Johnson's claim that the bill u does not violate any of the treaty p rights of aliens is admitted. The treaty n rights of aliens are not all the rights s they think they deserve or this Japan- v ese protest is unjust. Japan cannot protest against this bill alleging a na. a tional betrayal of trust. Japan can only protest that her representatives, ! at the drawing up of the treaty, did r not fully cover the situation and secure as much for Japan as it should have, or that things have changed and the present needs are more numerous than the needs at the time of the treaty. d .Gov. Johnson has proved the first. a Japan, by her protest, has proved the second. The q...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 31 May 1913

SThe Lower ioast Gazette. SDevoted to the Interest of thd Lower Coast Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1913. No. 22. European Farm Finance. Agricultural credit in Europe is divided into two general subdivisions: fiirst, mortgage credit, and second, personal credit. The institutions belonging to the first sub division are of two classes, the first of which is best typified by The Credit Foncier de France, and the second by The Landschaften of Ger many. The institutions belonging to the sec ond subdivision are of three classes, the first of which is best typified by any of the ordi nary credit banks, the second by the Raiffeisen and Schulze-Delitzsch banks, and the third by The Credit Agricole of France. There.are, of. course, in Europe numerous agricultural banks having characteristics some what different from those of the above-men tioned institutions, but in the main the insti tutions included in the above ou...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 31 May 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette an The Lower oa nth PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY th The Lower Coast Gazette Co. as Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. P -:OFFICIAL ORGAN OF:- cc PLAQUEMINES PARISH POLICE JURY, ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RIVERE Aux CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, tc PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRiICT, BELLE CHASSE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. 2 Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as e Second Class Mail Matter. " - n SATURDAY, MAY, 31, 1912. The Conservative English. THE English people are slow to change their methods and yet occassionally we hear of move- c ments for reforming their coinage so far as its value is concerned and also for reforming their f weights. By some misfortune the decimal sys tem of computation never gained any position in England and, on the contrary, the duodecim al, or system of twelves instead of tens, has retained its hold, mixed up with some other odd Weights and measures that are difficu...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 31 May 1913

PARISH NEWS. T ...... The c ville Sc Pointe-a-la-Hache. evening Mr. James Wilkinson attended court one the on Tuesday. of Frid Mr. Ovide Solis was in Pointe a la The Hache Tuesday. sea brf Mrs. Harry Lester, of New Orleans, birds; spent Sunday here, clouded Dr. T. H. Trepagnier, of Burrwood, ry mon spent Tuesday here. presen Mr. M. L. Lucas, of Nairn, was a to ent business visitor here Tuesday. S. s The Police Jury will hold a meeting grasses next Tuesday, June 3rd. dainty Mr. P. Brierre and family visited at en their summer home Sunday. and M Dr. F. R. Singleton made a proffes- and II sional visit at Daisy Wednesday. silver Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Livaudais spent by MI a few days at their home here this Warre week. week. ley ad, Sheriff F. C. Mevers and Judge R. The E. Hingle were in New Orleans Thurs- Sony day. Mrs. B. S. Roberts, of New Orleans, Wel was in Pointe a la Hache a few days last week. AP Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mevers and Rec family visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. The ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 31 May 1913

MINUTES OF A MEETING. (Continued from Page 1.) power in your honorable body, when petitioned by a majority in acres of the lands affected, to levy a forced contribution or acreage tax on the lands specially benefited by said drain age and reclamation, we, the undter signed property owners, represent ng more than a majority in acres of the lands situated in the Venice Drainage District, petition your honorable body to undertake the drainage and recla mation of the lands in the manner advised b'y the Board of State Engi neers, which lands are fully described as follows: Bounded on the north by the lower line of the Fort Jackson Re servation, bounded on the east by the Mississippi River, on the south by the north bank of Spanish Pass and the Jump and bounded on the west by a line seven to eight ar pents in depth from the Mississip pi River and generally parallel thereto and to be fixed by the line on which -the Protection Levee shall be built and all of that area in the Parish of Plaqu...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 7 June 1913

The Lower coast Gazette. Devoted to the Interest of the Lower Coast Agriculture, Horticulture. Fisheries and Commerce. Vol. V. POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1913. The Need of Better Banking Facilities Among American Farmers. There is no dependable information showing to what extent the farmers of the United States avail themse ves of the credit facilities now at their comhand. There is no means of de termining accurately how nearly such credit fa cilities meet their demand. Undoubtedly in some localities the farmers secure from the existing banks satisfalctory accommodations. Undoubtedly in others they do not. It may be said, however, that the banking system of the United States is a machine designed to accom modate those engaged in industries .other.than agriculture; that the farmer is the "outsider"; and that where the existing banking facilities are sufficient for their needs it is rather be cause of the fact that the farmers in that par ticular locality are so ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 7 June 1913

The Lower Coast Gazette Published Weekly by THE LOWER COAST GAZETTE CO. Pointe-a.la-Hache, Louisiana. -:Odicial Journlt of: Piaqdeminei Pariah Police Juty. Lake Bor aneplsin Levee District. TERIS:-$1.OO per Year in Advance. 't~red at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Post Office as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1913. Good oads In Plaque- do mines Parish. it Now that after three years de- pr lay we hope slidn to be connect- m ed through 'vith the parish of hi St. Bernard and with the city of la New 'Orleans" from the court w :house,at Pointe iiJa Mache, we or shoiild begin to coisider further w eztensions.% ff:the good roads idea. The'formation of the new be Jegei on-Plaluemines Drainage ot District, the rear line of which h. beging at the road behind the de ferry house in Gretna of the tt New Orleans Jackson Street rý Ferry, proceeding thence to the Algiers out fall canal crossing of the Grand Island, traverses the p, parish of Jefferton that far and pi there abuts on the parish o...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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