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Gonzales, Louisiana
October 22, 1921     Gonzales Weekly Citizen
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October 22, 1921

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~ - __ % ) 1 ~ rqb P, S, BERTEAU FOR SALE--81 acres of Farm land, one mile south east of PENCIL No. fieneral 'Merchant 6onzales and SI, Amanl Gonzales [the of Amadee Poche place] Terms $250.00 do,v,, ba!a~zce cas' p~3ment~. Louisiana anc! HRS. G. B. -- I I , Lcher, La. For Sale at Your Dealers Made ha F' m Grades ASK FOR THE +YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE I D BAI EAGLE MIKADO .... - ,, %, -PENCIL COMPANY NEW YORK EIASOR BRO. PRO. _ , GONZALES, LA. Marble and Granite claim for compensation, Mon0ay afternoon at4o'clock. D, S. C.3no, G. ,_~r~assan'~ ~,~ the Squad will a.qsi~t them in fi- Services were held at St, q"hersa very jubilant over Maccabee act ling this claim: If the claimant tChUrch and interment wa~ made ivities in and near Sorrento and H A|I is suffering from a disease or dis tat Prairieville Catholic Cemetery States that the country around . F, Batsman, . ability and is in need of'hospital , bids 100% ztrong. We under- treatment, if he has not already [ LEBLANC-.GAUDIN stand he looks to ihstituting a ONZALE , LA. filed a claim for compensation he tent in Gonzales in the neat" fu. [ '' will be permitted to dose andt Miss Mary Gaudin and Mr ,ture. transportation will be issued to Mitchell Le Blanc were uni', ti) The young man shouhl avail /i P. M/IRGtlAND htm so that he may go to the in holy wedlock on Wedrtes GENERAL neares nospital for treatment, las# q'l ........ sound protective insurance, and MERCHANDISE Colonel Dallas B Smith, Dis- : .......... ,,. , we wi,Ml him every success in " , i ices mot{ place at ,~r.' x neresa s t trtct Manager of the ~ eterans , , GONZALES, LA. " l Catholic Church. Rev. Father t his venture" Bureau at New Orleans, is anx- Hubert officiated. " .................. ' ' ' ious to clean up all out.qtanding l~iss E!i Gaudiu brides- Miss Cladie LeBlane, of Baton FOR SA LE cases. The Squad will be in the maid and Mr. Traville Daigle Rouge vb~ited Irieuds and rela- 127 Cypress Post for $11.50.field anproximately three months best man. tires here Sunday. Martin Mayers & Co. and it the intention of Colonel 10-29 Brignac, La. Smith to visit every county in ............ Mr, Jno. E. Dearmond, of Sot'- ' , the states of Alabama. LouisianaI Fair A Success rento was a business visitor here FARM WANTED Want- and Mississippi. during the weel:. ed to hear from owper of a farm i If you lcnow a who has a', or good land for sale, price rea- disabilits as a result of his ser- i The big two days fair given Mr. Mitchell LcBlanc after vice, you canasstst hin~ by telhng ', here last Saturday and Sunday sortable. [ .... I spending thirty day~ with fric- L. Jones Box 551, Olney, Ill. him of the Squad, so that he may i for the benefit of the Catholic nds and relatives returned to , ~ be present when they arrive in !church ~as a grand success. A Ilamptou Roads Va. ~Ah,el',: he is Clemt.Up Squad ta Coming his town. 'very reasonable sum was realiz- statlon.:d ~ith the U. S. Navy. " " Be sure and tell all men to bri- ed, ug their discharges, m rrige Mr. Joseph Burris Lallt)tlX, ofI [certilicatesand birthccrtificate At the fair there was a lots of Baton Rouge was here visiting amusements for youug attd old. friends and relatives Sunday. THE UP TO DATE BARBER GOHZALES, LOUISIAHA t INS 9 - L BAKER Y ,4. LAftffL NOOLA,, PROP. GON.EALE LOOi i#iN. i RAILROAD AVE. I~)ARf) IIY TIIE DA:*. WEEK OR ;JON'ITH AT P.,~: \~C,:~.kT)L:~ RA'i';,',~ Taxi TRANSIENTS SOLIC ITED TfqXl EETS (:ILL TIR(:IINS service to all parts of: the StGte. Wl iii .... I b,y everyihinF, the farmers grow Baton Wholesale produce Roug , La. Grocers' sundries The following pai'tial itinerary lot their dependent childreu. This And we understand that ever vo ................ A! K (15 FOI PRiC has been arranged for the Cleatl l is very important, body spent very liberal, so that Mrs. Jo:~. Gonzalcs, a fter ~b'en- _ .......................................... up ~quad in'L~uisiana: Your American Legion Post, a financial success would be ac-ding two weeks with her daugh- Baton Rouge Oct. 20 & 21 [your Red Cross Chapter or your coml)lished. ' .................................... ] Let-, Mrs. H. E. Holiday, of ~lc-, Port Allen Oct. 221Postmast dan give you informa. This plainly show what can be Comb, Mi~,-. returi~ed here \\, ed [ Plaquemine " 24 tion relative to this drive, done when the people will tmite: nesday ou the 5 o'clozk tl'ain.The N,:'.:, l~ivcl" Lo, I;2 ,,t tfc Convent " 27 tiave a big crowd out when the co.operate with a view of accom ........................ aud acce;~te,,l ).[a:~ ~:i -,v~ I meet 1 Donaldsonville " 28 Sqnad reaches youlcity, plisning a worthy cause. Let us Mi~s Sadi- Le Blanc, of Newin the \V. (). W. lI,It, (;tmzah'... FoFIcy CiI'ocerie$, Fr'uiLs ~apoleonville " 29t TheBureau isanxious to clean inot. forget, but keep .the good Orleans visited friends anti rcla- La. 'l'l,~. ,'irst ;rod thtr,I Satu,'- ond Refreshments " Now si the time to notlf~" all up outstanding clailn,q. Now is work going on. tive.~ here Sup(lay. ex service men in your locality lyour opportunity to file your .iday ni~'ht alt~..t" /:~11 ,,~,,~,. who may have a disability a.q a ]against the Government that you, - ............. - ...................... I1. M. I'i~:,, d, CG,.d~i,t,I I AUTO 7"0 HIRE resultof their service in the wor-;served. I BERTEAU ORILLION Chief, tlcncy L'raud witl~ tim Master. 1o-;'_2 lds War to be present when the i ~ endsU"S, NavY,andrelativ~:nwas a visitOrhere duringt fri- .......... {I t',a~;dil~e :tl),l Oil :t* a]l ";'im~s Squad arrives in ,),der to have l " Mi~ Ehlffe Orillio~, the l)l'i- this week. j r. LAA~~NIDOLA, PROP. their claim properly filed. IN MEMORIAM ght and charmin, young daugh. ..................... ~- - ' The purposeof thisdrive is to! terof Mr. an,, Mrs. q'heo,lore Mr. OtlverOrillion. of, Baton At Pri That A Ri ht fully a,h'i~e all ex-servico, men of ----'-- Orillion, of thi~ city, was united Rou~'e visited friends and ",'ela- ces re g their riffht under the WarRisk After an illness of several mo. in the. holy bonds of matrimony tires here durin~ this wee!. Insurance Act and Rehabilitat-]nths, Mrs. Adrian l, andry, aged to Mc. Elpllege I~erteau. astea- We corry o full line oF the sLo0dord Patent ionAch 68years, died at the home of her dyyoung gentleman of Duples- Mr.J.G. Nargassan,~. of St. Medicines And our trode is brisk~ enouflh to Since the signing of the Sweet daughter, bits. Jos LeBhmc. Sun isis, at 4:00 o'clock Monday even- Amant was a business visitor to Bill, August 10 the Bureau of day. October9. Although her ins St. Thm'e.~a Catholic Churchthis office q'hursday, insure fresh stocl q, ot (nil times. War RiskInsuranceandtheFed death was not un-expected, it with the mo.~t Rev. FathecE .... er;d Board for Vocational Educ-. comes asa simck to her relatives ttubert ofliciatin~. Mr. George Jordan. cf ~'Tew Hair net , TooLh brushes, Toilat ortizl :s, ation have been merged intowhat and man)- [riends. The WeekSv j9ins their legion Orleans was a welcome vL~tor ~OO~S (and toLionery, Every thiDg to o will be known i~ the future as Mrs. Landry w~ts bo:'n iu Dut- of friends in extending to them to thi.~ office Saturday. fOUrldin an up-to-dote dru store. the VeternC Eureeu. chtown, I,a., Oct. 5 1853. Several cordi:d cougratulations and sin- " The Clean-up Squad will fully years ago she moved to the home eere best wishes for a long life Ou M'onday of thi~ v.'e::k, Mr. a hise all ex-service men of their of her daughter, where~he re-ofweddedblis~, Geor~ Lanoa~: arm h~i~-~Elia NEW RiVER DRU rights to Compensatio., Hospit- sided at the time of list" death, lJ~t'aud were qtlletlv na:trr;ed at alization, In.~grance and Train- She was ta devoted mother and ...................... the St.' "l'heresas Cathol'c Church, GOHZALES, LOUISIAHA ins, and assist them in filing their was greatl): admired by a host of THE MACCABEES thi~ place. Rev. Father Huhert claims for Compensation and friends, who.%'mpathize with the ofiiciatinff. -~-- ............................. ~ .................. Training. They will be fully ad- family deeply in their great loss. Acme Tribe No. 67 Still vit~ed as to what methods to pu,-- Those surviviny Mrs. Landry Qrowing ~tronger Mr. Angeh) Lamendola made sue in order to . eeure medical are three daughters, Mrs. Achil ------- a business trip to Baton Rouge treatment, provided they are tie LeBlane, of this place, Mrs.Sorrento, [,a. October 21, 1921. i Friday. uffer g from a disability due to Uly es LMnoux, of Dutchtown, Acme Tent 67 still growing. A ....... | or tr eabletoth ir servieein[La, andMrs. Jos Le Blane, al o - . Ga its $20,000 clas~ o1~ lo members initiated at t. Mr. Demas Gautreau of Baton P tire W rld War. Men who are( f thisplace; two step-son, Etine last review. Rouge was a visitor to thi office i " ' sttffel|tlg to such aa 0xteat that and recent Landry, both ol rhe Maccabees ;s a fraternal[during the week. . I% PAID ON. TIME DEPOSt T t ey are ia need of hosPiial treat Dutchtown a nnmher o[ g,'and iusurance compa -:-- ...... can be shown children and tliree great grand Mr. JesSe the disability is due to their