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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 25 July 1914

S*P mIS NEWS.?, . Po. i te-a-la-Hach#j. ..; Mr. Mr. M . C.Kohn 'rohn Thuresy ni-fit from a visit of -4 e days in New tdleans. g Mius M ue Swiitzer, of: w ,Or= t lemas,:was.a visitor. in Upper. Po.tea-v ia-Hache Sunday. - t MisstJanie vret, of ~N Orleans, is the guest other iuncle aid aunit, r. and Mrs..G. Favret. - . trhe iuel ines Parish Deiocratic a Executive Committee will hold a meet- f ing Saturday. - .ti Attorney t. Lloyd Posey, o ::New. Orleans, wa'ttending tobusineshere Thursday. Mr. uad.Mre; B. A. Favret .. chili dren k t. u rt Sunday,' night:.. ~ li trip t G~.eAton. Tex., x. , -b The bill game played here.. ~' day between the Violet and Poir --  Hache teams resulted in a victo` for the formeir, score 7 to 8. An ex sIon was giin by., the Violet So%4al Club tl and nearly 200 rooters from St. ern- t ard ai pded. 'The batteries were: n Violet: Clement and Louis Vinsanau, Jr; Pa lba-'la-Hache, Schayot .and t' Mingle. . Judge R. E. Hingle was in pew Or- p leans tl* fir...

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. — 25 July 1914

Cleanliness is next to Godliness-change clothes frequently - big wash of course not much trouble though. Use RUB-NO MORE CARBO NAPTHA SOAP. No rubbing clothes soon on line -sweet and clean. RUB-NO-MORE CARBO NAPTHA SOAP should also be used to wash theflnestfabrlc. It purifles the linens. Makes it sweet and sanitary. Itdoesnot need hot water. Carbo Disinfects Naptha Cleans RUB-NO-MORE RUB-NO.MORE Crbo Naptba Soap Washing Powder Fiv Cents-AU Grocers The Rub&No.More Co., Ft.Wayne,In& Philosophy In Hindu Proverb. t There is a Hindu proverb which can I give a good deal of solid satisfaction t In a hard world. It runs, "I had no boots to my feet and I murmured un til I met a man along the road with I no feet." FACE COVERED WITH PIMPLES-RESINOL CURED Atlanta, Ga., April 24.-"My face i Was covered with pimples which de- I fled creams, soaps and cosmetics. I They were a souwer of constant hu* I mlrtaion to me. By the.time I had t flnished a cake of reslnol soap and t half a jar of re...

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. — 1 August 1914

The Lower Coast Gazette VOL VI - POINTE-A-LA'HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 1914 IInunI ainnrn iI ALL OVER LOUISIANA AI0ITS KILL l FL LIL 1F UI A Rl WO 0 MASKED IIGH WA'MEN SENI BOARDED THE TRAIN AT * New aSN RAtNt Westera Nespaper.Unio.Y NWp Searlte. W New Orleans.-T- enty dollars and l twepty.flve cents was secured by two govei masked bandits who Frtday night shot cate and killed Tom Elgin, a flagman, in Smit] an attempt to hold 13p the. New Yri'k appo Limited, fast passenger trin,~o Qt the Louisville and Niashvtle railroad yiat gadtilly, a small station three intles pa"i east of here. com A~cording to ~fle statement of Con- poin duac I a potter,; the banditla.oard .ed the train ,t New Orleans aid short. A.K ly after ;p Genttlly, ppE8d 'ýbeli cord. iThe train lowed down, the scpadndct@o bh an investigation. One of the u,4w d the com4ma 0-11 tor with ra r- s is rifiled his pock 0to f la ...e ta.tive of a Rtch Nw Orleans, twf, i pompany was ThR h next robbed ot th1w4 ;uctlqe h...

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. — 1 August 1914

S.m 0 Coast Gazette .LISXE;fl WELY BY T ower Cot m to Co. Scamte Ia '-la e, Leiss iLna. PLAQUEMINE POPQSJCE JURY, ENGLISH TUAN AGIE DISTRICT , -" LA S DISTRICT N boGnueE LEVEN DISTRICT, bR E Ciussi DA1AGe IN DswlrCT, M:-'ONE DOLLAP. PER YEAR IN ADUYNCE. tered it the Pointc.-ala-Hache Postoffie as S'cond Class Mail Matter. SATURI'Y, AUGUST 1,1914. Orange Cultute in Louisiana. IN the table the Times-Picay dne. published other day of the payment of the income tax stood second among the Southern -in amounta qd second in theýpayments .apita, Floerida leading in this respedt. The ida papers' are disposed to boast of this ng, and they have good reason to do so, if re is any significance in the income tax re as. Florida leads Louisiana, the second thern State, by 50 per cent; it paid in in e taxes more than the combined States of h and South, Carolina and Arkansas, with en times , population; more than the states Aleam Musi.ippi, with six times as y p . Proionately, that is per ta, it pays...

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. — 1 August 1914

PARISH NEWS; Poites-a laa-Hache. - Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Farret were isitors hee Sunday. Dr. Chas. Y Seagle was dowpn trandvIe t'uesiud . Mrs. Edj , . kohnmis in New Orleans this Wesi. Hon. Marc Cognevich was in Points a-la-Hachke te first of the week.. Quite a ' mber of ynoni ladies sre here this week attending the teschirs' examinations. ., Mrs. R. F Mingle and children were visitors to Nr w Orleans the first of the week. Democratic Executive Committee. SPointe-a-la-Hache, La., July 25, 1914 Pursuant to call the Plaqueminea Parish Democratic Executive Commit tee met here this day at 12 o'clock, uoon. The me~tng was celled to order by Hon. John Dymond, Chairman, with the following members present eitler on person or by proxy: 2nd,word, Simon Leopold. 3rd ward, Joseph kvoie. 4th ward. Frank Lo birano, pray John Dymond. 4th ward, IB. J. Williams, proxy John Dymond. #th iuard, Joseph Bernard. proxy R. E. Hingle. 6th ward, C. proxy Judge R. E. Hingle. ward, R. E. Perez, proxy Judge E. H...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 1 August 1914

Luncheon Delicacies rdvi. a aides g iw gigHeswfmin irrd b r bic s d ddrQ"Y d- " *bwtibad~dLvew'~·YpS~iid Cuw. LAWSMbc~~ibrpik"r Cowt HIs Troubles Church--The day he took.a wife his nf friends gave him an automobile. hi Gotham-Well, you know troubles hi never come singly. e 01 No. SIX-SIXTY-SIX This is a prescription prepared el. pecelaly fr Malaria or Chills and Fever. Five. or six doses will break 8 any case, and if taken then as a tonio h the ever will not return. 25c.- ,v. d Had Made Him Their Victim.. A man wearing a.worried look went v, iinto a shop which advertised a patent if S 'lng ertqrhinator, and asked for a a h . reodweight. Th' ased assistant c17y said: 11 '"Oertsiny, sir; but that quantity d l 't ~bsi ent to detroy all 'the t k.._ wa that," was the reply. "They tj lt:-In t g ritden."-Londbn Tit TT DO PRHOT ~i~jNER SKI?4 TROUBLES t * m the worit try:~, Lupea ataoet d stpl c. ' 1or Xt.artke.tobe .s-ber b ebt.o r 7 } g ibed psino t  - 1 .. ` . t 3, f~l· ,~~· ý,Xt 7 at z...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 August 1914

/ The Lower Coast Gazette VOL VI POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8 1914 NO 42 ALL OVER LOUISIANA U ILOUISIA NA ON PATIOG_ BASIS PROGRESSIVE 8LOGAN OF THE PARMER' UNION ANNUAL I CONVENTION. We.t, Newepeper Unioo'ew. Sernva. Opelousas.-"Put Lo!aiana on a w paying basis." That slogan will be the outgrowth of le the tenth annual convention of the' o0 Farmers' Union and shape its entire h1 future. The sessions were executive, U but the figgs are plain. The plan is a statewide selling system. The start Dl ,will probably be made by extending O the operatiops of the Texas Cotton I Selling Company No New Orleans. The fe co-nern handled only 20,000 bales, hilch is insignificant, but its advo- a Cateas ay it will grow fsat They also tr say it will not interfere with the muni- to cipal Scotton warehouse, but will help T the New. Orlean pro et; virtually de. ciding the union to lbcate its actna- N ris there. The cotton. enterprise w~l be follow- a ediby extedolon of the system t...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 August 1914

Genera he Lower Coast Gazette Louisiana PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY proud. A The Lower Coast Gazette Co. C onfeder Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. Fourth St -:ovFFCIAL ORGAN F:- represent PIAQUrMIs PARISH PouCE JURY, and in 191 ENGLISH TURN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, ernor, G RIVERE AUX CHENES DRAINAGE DISTRICT, ernor, G PLAQUI MINES PARIsH ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1, choice of LAKE BORGNE BASIN LEVEE DISTRICT, BELE CHASSE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, TERMS:- ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. his state i :Entered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as district o Second Class Mail Matter.1908 and . could in i SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. pie of hi: f- - In C Jefferson-Plaquemines Drainage recognize TiluS splendid scheme for draining some among tl 81..500 acres of alluvial land in the parishes of the Spar  Orleans, Jefferson and Plaquemines is now ap- senting 1 proacliiig completion as will be seen by the trace the following report given by the Times-Picayune back for of August 20, 1914. It is as follows: We p The approach...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 August 1914

8 m - --m .m. ..q,, . - pu ... . - t . f E - - gate S PARISH NEWS. other I Up] repai Pointe-a-la-lHache. roof preve Democratic Executive Committee. rear 1 Pointe-a-la-Hache, La., Aug. 5, 1914. move Pursuant to ad!ournment, a meeting of the Plaquemines Parish Demo.ratic bidde Executive Committee took place this build day at the Courthouse, with the fol- buientl lowing members present either in per- eght sormor by proxy, to-wit: :,Henry Meyer, proxy John Dymond; Simon Leopold, proxy John Dymond; Joe. Savoie; B. J. Williams, proxy John Dymond; Frank Lobrano, proxy John Dymond; Joe. Bernard, proxy Judge R. E. Hingle; Augustin Buras, proxy Judge R. E. Hingle; John McCormick, An proxy John Dymond; George Tread- unde away; M. Cognevich, proxy John Dy- west mond; John Dymond; Capt. Ben Michel onea proxy F. C. Mevers; Judge R. E. in an Hingle; Dr. H. L. Ballowe, proxy R. E. The Hingle; John Dymond Jr., proxy John the 1 Dymond; C. Grabert, proxy Judge R. laya E. Hingle. thev The chair stated ...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 8 August 1914

b U Yrrrnhs 2)rmh ~~s~jCi· OP -it answers every beverage requirement-vim, vigor,r* Vic Vic freshment, wholesomenes. ti 1. . It will satisfy youea. "" D s r eaaoa e DNumdes gandmh by fal - Tuc CocA-COLA CO., ALANTA, GA. ho all to lii tr n sc L 'Light Weigjht Hammerless! Repeatilg Shotguns a2,.IO.AtDi OGAUGESe MODEL 1912' Tbi a te lagmhtst~gert and handsomest repeating ab'tgfr as' Althoh thight it has surpassing strength. 1dsca e all the metal pats are made of Nickel steel, which I twierr as strong, as ordinary seel. It is simple to load and ,ah~losasyto ta odwnadworks with an ease and gOhe nr1k sot, fOand in repats: qf other makes. Look ~ft egon er at yoqr deau' ,.They are 1,Ws: H81'PF'~ 1WT EPIMTZR&" Oi :A.OWOP STsroKE ;ý on His 1quo With t nomy Mrtý· ''tg AU ll-U PlanI Oe4 ' .;Av b e mno hwas >,p ..! . blaut the.ne. who y i -ýý .M m *. sin; {,r yow dritSfr fl~ he ,~piet4 L·~ ~ ~~ Ii· -:·· ti tot,"i~S :1tt *iV ~ ;·. . ·t .IL ·, . C·~i: .. ~· A I II gilaf IN ý A E 44m W mAgns....

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lower coast gazette. — 15 August 1914

v" .V - .. . , e wer Coast Gaze te *VOL VI - I .;. . l . . L S A TOU T .11 VOL VI POINTE-A-JA-1 ACJIE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 1914 NO43 .:"- " =**.*.. r _. _ *. .... * "u I * mm , *,, , " F1 ,.! * * **m*n**i * * T . . * miami=** *- ** e.., , **.,,m ** ... .....*** *..* *. . .. . * r* . . ........· .... . . ** "L'- A OV- 0,U -S,* A DRIL IIGPOII IlI •R at, icimaa m EXTENSIVE OPERATIQtWON Tit P PROPERYI OWNED= BY LUMBE COMtPANtES., Shrp,~.-Judging by the drilling opato mr way and planned of 6S . P]aid W ! by lumber companies in tl NSoa th ='gLouisiana, some of the e imber oneoer are going to make a i sood iifrg whether the yellow pine n trad `isiire bytl. WA!, C di', rilhfg Is in the vitcinty of pro-. mwells, and there is reason to 0 ue that some of the leases weilt f r a4t Lumabe' Co pas - ii ch er 1I PARKERCGALLED, ' 13 0 CONPEREI Ei PROMINENT LOUIB1ANIAN WILL EN AID IN NATIONAL COTTON CONFERENC'S. Western Newspaper Union News ervce. We i New Orleans.-John M. Parker has...

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. — 15 August 1914

tihe Lxiwer Coast Gazette PUBLtsNED W KLY BY The Lower Coast Gazettb Co. Pointe--ala-Hache, Louislaia. -:OPFICIAL.ORAN OF: PLAt MNrNES PABISe POLICE JURY, ENo~aiqst.TRN DRAINAGE DISTRICT, RivsU Aux CHassN DRAINAGo DISTRICT, PLAQUEMINES PARISH ROAD DISTRICT No.1, LAKE BORPNE BASIN LuEVE DIsTaICT, BiLLS Canssz DRAINAGE DISTRICT, S. :- 3 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR )N ADVANCE. Entered at he Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as SecondClass Mail Matter. SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 1914. Motor Fuel. , HE increased use of direct combustion en either gasoline or alcohol, is awakening cogaerable attention in England and in the English colonies because of the low prices pre vailing for molasses and the possibility of pro  ducing denatured alcohol at, prices that would "mike'it cheaper than gasoline. We note that in England a committee has been formed by the Royal Automobile Club for the purpose of in. qufring into this matter. This Committee is composed of experts of high standing and they will investigate full...

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. — 15 August 1914

PARISH MEWS. Pointe-a-la-tiache. Miss Jane Favret returned last Sun day to her home mn New Orleans. Conductor Andy Lester is once more on duty on this end of the line, after an absence of several weeks. I Mr. Charles Erath arrived Thursday for a visit to relatives. Attorney A. Giffen Levy. was here this week on legal business. Mrs. Wim. bynonrd and Miss Annie T. Ellis were here last Friday with Mr. Dymond, who came for the meeting of the Police Jury. Mr. L. H. D~uero, a representative of the Daily States, was doing busines, here this week. Ones t u HoteL mother of pearl n utedtnver. Re*yer ward for retire to Mrs,,... FPvret. lappy J"ck. MW . Octw Seasneau, of New Or. leass, isL speding a while at the home * of her bether, Mr. R. RBosselle. Messrs. Mn Meyer and Tony Com*. asader of the Crescent City, were visitors here Sunday. ,-Ameag those who visited the Cres- I *seat City Sunday were: Misses Onida Baybi, May. Chedvile, Louella Rous wsile and HMa .ir Pete dovBl, eChb le .tass.e , ...

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. — 15 August 1914

Pinklham's Veygetabe Compound. Ckeston, Iowa.-"I suffered with fe. male trouble fra~m the time cte bie Compound. I would have p~alns it * 3 I overworked or lifted' anytbag heavy, and I would be so weak dn nt6 vous and in so much misery that I would be prostrated. A friend toldAiewhat your medicine had done for her and I tred it. It made me strong and healthy uad our home is now hay with a baby boy. I am vetfklidd at"| tbbk Lydia SPfIn m's Vegetable Compound and do at fJanto iecommend it."-Mrs.A. . BosGPp, 504 E. Howard Street, 644to , lows. Tons of Boots and Herbs re reed annually in the manufacture of Idi E. Pailkham's Vegetable Con. . tand, whih is known fromn ocean to I Iean au the standard remedy for t feisIils.1; r 4 lt efot yyea rs *si u p root;nd b ýlb Jawdicin. haý n pre-eminently j .wCe..s. Merlt flose coned thtre stood thstsat tU . I If yam thb i grlt doubt (geo s s saPw rad. Mankei oUr be opened~ t / hetoe; 4teiNl~~i~~ Ip. 4 1 t Wh.t. JR tb Zre hqIII?',ifq ird . y=IýIý...

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. — 22 August 1914

The Lower Coast Gazette VOL VI POINTE-A-LA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 1914 NO 44 / m ..2 af 2 . .. . . .- . . . ·u m |g n a mu g g g a g a gg m g gm m g gg g gg' g g| am ,, n u n g g a g g a g g 1 a g g g a go 1 gW 1 a l a gm g a· nm n a RJAPAN TO DEGLARE WAR ON GERMANY JAP FLEET 18 READY TO ATTACK GERMANY'S NAVAL BASE IN CHINA. MAY DEAL QUICK BLOW Oeclaration of War Expected-New Territory Is Object-Washington Government Not Surprised by the Eastern Crisis. Washington.--Cable reports received here from agents of the United States government in Tokyo state that a dec laration of war by Japan against Ger many is expected. The exact nature of these reports cannot be learned, but they receive, general, credence in official circles here. They did not come to the state deupktient. It apears that -the state depart meants representatives have tPt con tirmed tblii ltoestion, although. that depart me sa i dein stoo. t, make, tag every :efut to obtl dlhtis d ot finial intorm tlo...

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. — 22 August 1914

The Lower Coast' Gazette PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY The Lower Coast Gazette Co. Pointe-a-la-Hache, Louisiana. --O'ICIAL ORnW4 Or: PLAQURMINES PARISH PoLICE JURY, ENoSmH TURN DRAINAG3E ~ICT, R AvEmu AUX CHENES UlARAGss c , PLAQUEmINHs PARISH ROAD DISTRICT No. 1, LIKa BoRWNE BAsIN LaRV DISTRICT, BLJs CAsssE DRAINAoE DISTRICT, TERMS:--ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Entpxed at the Pointe-a-l-aHache Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914. Farmers' Organizations. IN our last issue our readers will have not. iced a commuhication from our distinguished friend in the 2d. ward,. Judge Henry Meyer. Judge Meyer has had a long expetience in. the truck 'gardening busihess and unquestionably wiltes concerning matters. with which he is eh tirely familiar. In this journal we have .earn eftly endeavored to solve the problem of farm ers' organizations. The U. S. government a year. or more ago sent a commission to Europe to carefully investigate the matter of farmers' organizations...

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. — 22 August 1914

SARIS' NEWS. 1i Sits-a*Ia-tlache. Dou'h1.Tr et to cast your vote op Thursday . 27t. . Mrs. fredAndignac is home again - after spending somta time in New Or- a leuta .c  Iti aep-poii prerogative of e".., - citisento eai' d a vote on election day.. Miss Leoiiide. Pernot, of New Or teans, is the guest of Mrs. Norbert f4tigaud. . Vbte for General Albert Estopinal for Congress. Dr. andMrs. F. .R. Singleton and children spent Thursday and Frl4a ini New Orleans.. Lets havea war of Ballots on -the 27tl ' "'at of" Bullets."' OIal ir Prayer Beads, -betpen St. TIhoims Church and Meveaers' !tle mother of pearl mounted in silver:. 1e61' wa24 for return to Mrs. S. Favit; . Remember our friend and neighbor and vote fp,.nieral Estopinal.:' Mr. Chas. Wichterich, the famious T tonsoril trtist of 104 Royal S3teet, was a-very pleasant caller in oor town b Sidy. "''Charlie,r;the barber," as he is .gqenerally termed, has the, entire a pr tce of the citizens of St. BQrnard i1 and Plaquemines, so if...

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. — 22 August 1914

It's easy to ignore insults aimed at some one else. You tan safely place faith in Han ford's Balsam of Myrrh. Adv. Those who pay as they go can travel on rubber tires most of the time. time.Strate To Suit. '"What kind of a hat would you reo N ommend for that medical girl?" "Something with a 'stiff' frame." IF YOU'RE GROUCHY KIEL it is likely that your liver needs stib ring up. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills will set you right quickly. Adv. * Capture Modern Transportation. Ger "Is that a birthmark on that child's F face ?" "No. That's where the canceling machine hit him when he was travel jag by parcel post."-Buffalo Express. Not details No. SIX-SIXTY-SIX problei This is a prescription prepared es have peclally for Malaria or Chills and Pever. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the fever will not return. 25c.-Adv. same 1 as pot In Squedunk. That c The Justice: "I'm goin' to fine ye ing po 50 cents, Bijah, an' ef you don't pay tento I ye'll have to go...

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. — 29 August 1914

The Lower Coast azette VOL VIW... POINTE-A-IA-HACHE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 1914 NO 45 GERMAS AVANCE ALOGS THE IEUSE WESTWARD MOVEMENT OF GER MAN ARMY CONTINUES,-CAV. ALRY PASSES BRUSSELS. FRENCH WIN IN LORRAINE Alies Are Said to be Conoentrating for Battle After Juncture With elglane--German Ulhlanh Seen at Waterloo lndon--A dispatch to the Daily iLproS from Ostend, Belsium, says that an encounter occurred between the allies' troops ade th aGermt"n' jt a spat proably southwest of Brus polq. The result was favorable to the su.: r German Uhisns have been ' at Waterloo. si' s ea*natan Northern Beel am DSe bete m;:toed bat Ns t.7 ,;, t. SAt..: .':. -+.a . Ai7 islte t4.i xk, 3 ..w ia - s.F2 II ixi .- , ,FR .NM 4E.'t A.i 9f Fra-e i - T. 'i..'t."'{ . a TRROP$ REThAT @ truuett Not k VQtVnace tdI h as 0 ~iuk~ti . arbi ssax~L rat W~ -~ tsoegcol. aq up this aive ant. Ipf ' loNm ceRt1at th11e1 tb a ojtciastatement :ut treopa haa mt with btllisnty e 1Rhi"e t it 'a I; do: artnd 14 s!, I...

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. — 29 August 1914

The Lower Coast Gazette PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY The Lower Coast Gazette Co; Pointe-a-la-Hacbe, Louisiana. -:OFrfCIAL ORGAN OF: S PqAqusamas PABsa P'oLIC JUYr, ENGLISH TutN DRAINASGE DISTRICT, Rvaia Aux CHENE S RAINAGo DISTRICT, PIA-RntL s;PAEIsH RoAD DISTRICT No. 1, . rw BORG.NE BAsIN LEVEE DISTRICT, BELLE CinASSE DRAINAGE DISTBICT, . TERMS::,QNE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. intered at the Pointe-a-la-Hache Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914.' ' Ten Questions and Answers About Lightning Rods. A correspopdent writes: "Would you please : publish in the News Letter, in concise and sim ;ple linigange, an article on lightning rods for a'star .buildings by some one in authority and ully capable to write upon the subject?" This request can not be fully answered in a short note in the News Letter, but the informa iip.,  beg. low seeks to answer in a definite . pupecillc wad the most imiportant questions ino.lved . . ,. .... 1) Do lightning roi s really protect...

Publication Title: Lower Coast Gazette
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