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AI3EVIiLLE PROGRESS y."...
P'ub1li rc! every Saturday in the :.4. ..
city of AbL\jcill'e, I.a. IMr. II.
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Ad\'crti.>ig kat.e, l'lpon .lI |licatilln ! Mrs. I:
Saturday, July 12, 191.3. t.,
Railroad Time Table.
F..%.ST 1 1NI.- hl,. so0 1:r
N4o. 5098 motor car, hlavt.s 6:311 a. 1i. they are
No. 5(6 pass'lng'er, leaves 9:37 a. ll. crap.
No. 5-8 ui :lcl , lcaves 4.40 ) p. nll.
WEST iIUNI). ner Tlh
No. 527 mied,. hiaves 9:37 a. In1. Mount,
No. 505 jns',ieg r, leas \ca 2:5 p. 1. isss I
No. 5119mlg otor car, arrives 6:10 p. tn . lelyn,
Southwestcrnl Iouisia u, of tral-'
proper, now orgaizillng for the of,,, ,,,i,,
establishment of a develope- tCrs to,
w "ill be
ment bureau which shall have
charge of the furtherance (;f Mrs.
its m aterial interests com prises tt p rs e
thirteen parishcs. Crowi
Over 6,000,000 acres of and Mr
sunshine and fertility, sup- A n,
porting a population about Jhoe
that of New Orleans and cap- tongra
able of supporting three times ter of
as many are involved. Three
principal crops, rice, cotton onj e
and sugarcane are now grown from I
in immnense quantity while al- laing
most every crop, savo wheat, of era
common to the temperate
zone, has been grown by in- A P
dividual farmers with success. .eula
There is every indication Land
that the district will produce tripll s
a ,irplus of corn this year. outin
SFields of oats equal to those of Thi
Ohio or Indiana are to be onth
found. An immense acreage ofso
is sown to hay and a good crop quite
is in prospect. Every known cross
vegetable grown anywhere in jolt I
America is td be found in nt
Southwest Louisiana gardend. Jun(
Fruits vary in character from meu
oranges and figs to black- noes
ierries and peaches. iti
Splendid herds of high grade mwal
and thoroughbred cattle, hogs ,
and sheep, while not common, esw
are profitably grown by wide 'le
awake farmers about Welsh, AA.
RRayne, Bannister and in other wa
Slocalites and enough has ot
$ .;been done in all lines of agri- not
jilttye Fo that in inviting 1
Jimmigration from other sec- wi
Stions, it is certain that the m
S newcolers can\grow profita- ic
p bly the crops with which.they at
' are familiar, while learning ri
4o diversify with the crops the
most commonly grown here"
PFroma Morgan City on the t
'ast to Vinton on the West; ch
" From Eunice and DeRidder
. o the gulf, interest is aroused
pad all ae preparing to take
p.dvantage d the developement
-period now just beginning.
Occasionally a merchant
Aecides that ,he ought to
- 'ave" a part of his advertising
pxpeunse,so he drops his adver
Sising for a time, or reduces his
p: ecutopcd space.
': If he were advised that he a
e.oald plso save money by a
j- ~losing his store doors for a
w fe days orweeks, or through
- , jiseharging' is clerical force,
- pr by moving into quarters ]
---alf as large, he would scoff
pclh advice. Yet such a course
..iaJ4 be exact)y on a par, as 1
wsjps policy, with that
Sout ofd the proces
as s advatiser. 'rThe mer
praso M the coursge to
his advertising when
i" of oo bustiness
Is dUe merchant who
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Mr:-. II. A. E-l,l . r _ wtiil entertain i. I¶
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1.. ). ,a ': r i ?: a acc °' tit l a 1,o' it:, on II. j . h
wi:hl thu " ,\ ;tC icl r Co. f tit. I,llo is. . nI la'
Sr 1T:lu, . ' 1., r lf, rt, 3 1:. : itor
.\ir I7 , "A. it 1 .. . S
t",, 1, 1, that ceio: from the
l'.rr\ mr' i l' oAl .rt o;i the i:a trk, t a iter
here :,r i a O1 , cnl be a:te, al.
Mrs ,brt I'ut,n entertained a uit s
,i i'" party u'idayniight at wlhi,'II eek.
there wvre a very lar:e onuhter (f .\."
p olel t l:t. _ Jewe lry
R-l.,,rt .:rt tutUli.g in frotm .Ine r e - Su d'iy.
ti,,; ti at the water melon crop will not Dr. I,
he sI , lur.-t a- exl pcted. It seems that :l1 o t'
they are getting to' much1 rain for the iMonulay.
crop. - Mr1. at:
1Irs. T. EI. Nettltes entertained at dint- .i.itors
nher Thtrslday 1)r. W. J. V. Cox, C. I1. spent th
Mount, h)r. and Mrs. C. A. Schilliti. I)r. .A
Misses lanrt- Williams, l h, ()lga and I. L. L,
' elsn Schillinitt. tor here
There will bie a m eting of the oan wer
o trr, e , t i. cottt hlouse Hola} e C.
i ol Rice .t - " , l t' Cu
LC li-irating vi hn it iS cxpecctedi that I"at;
ters conccrttuilg the Big t' ioost uire1.U 11lissal
will be taken ljp Brirn ai
ner ,WeIe..Y 1)r. '. J. E. Cox, of as rt
eS Alexandria; Rev. C. 11. Mount, of s rt
Cronlevc; I)r. andl Mrs. C. A. Schilling Itt
of and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hays. Mrs.
) -fran \
)- A new boy arrived Thursday at the tie we
horne of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald 'atout, hl
at Jeanerctte,andl they are now receiving lihin.
Scongratulations. Mrs. Patout is adaugh- vilitur
es ter of Mr. Ophelias lBourque, of this
e city. - . . . .visitor
on The game of Las: hall playv-,l at Erath ue.st
on July 4, between Erath and the team tht
from Rice Cove, resulted int Rice Cove
l- being dfeate for the first time this s
t, season, the score being 5 to 4 in favor hiaptit
of mErath. mti
ate ---- aet
A party compoesed of Messrs. Clayr r.
Summers, Luther Blanchard, ierry viyito
,S I4eBlanc, J. HL. W\herland, Alcebiade day a
oll Landry, left Thursday for a vacation 1iunr
trip to S.'tpnaore Ploint, where they
will spend about ten days etjoying an
ar. outing. the d
This week some work has been done
be on the streets of the city, in the streets of the city, in te way of I
age hauling dirt and dumtpingt it on eachl side lav
of some of the bad crossings. This is a
rop quite an improvement as some of the spen
)Wa crossing are very high and give quite a
jolt to vehicles crossing them. this
in The game of base ball played at Erath ser:
though it was played in the mud ira
r1 o mediately after a heavy rain. There were
k- no scores made on either side during Mrs
the entire game, except in the third run
inning, Erath making font .and Tigers
ade making three.
OgS Last Saturday there was a very narrow visi
1011, escape from a serious injury, or even in t
deeth. It was on the lower part of state
street that the huggy, in which Mrs.
*sh, A.,O.Iandry and her child were ridding, b
ther was run into by al eautomobile, tearing vac
the buggy up considerable.The occupants mo
s of the buggy were thrown out, but were i
agn- not hurt.
Ig Cast Suday Mr. J. C. Harrington
C- had the misfortune of losing his fi:e t
t mare, which died from some unknowns
cause. He drove in from his home in
ofita- Rice Cove Sunday morning and left it
te at Mr. Ewell's stable and went over to
Lafayette to spend the day. On his -r
TopS the fine animal. It was raised by him
rand was but six year old.
New Cowfeed, a scientific mix
he ture of cotton seed halls, fine corn
et chops, wheat bran and cotton seed
dmers. Rich milk producer. 100
r lb. sack for $1.55.At Immergluck's
The As Yon Like It Club was enter
tained by Miss Ida aoetrque Thursday
iet night There was a large crowd present
g andi enjoyed the evening very much
Among those present were Misses / Cox,
htCamille FoIse, lautde Lethlanc, Lenour
geois, lanche Miller, Maggie aroeas
,tto sard, Leourgeois, Roberts Young,
S Morjorie Colley, aessie Flemming,
Lydia Trahan, Mary Lou Leslanc,
SDavid Callihan, Laura aronssard, Kate
S ies ris, aog e "Ccshom , Marg erie
Gordy, Messrs Floyd Edwards, Clif
ford Abshire, Simon Leuanc, Theophile
at he noudoin, Prank Summers, Chester
SbLabit, Felix Nunez, Sandoz, Murphy
and Curley Legse, Rene Trahan, J C
fr aGordy, Martial oudreaux. R J Abahire,
LrO~gh Warren sourque, Pre~t.>n Miller, aid
arttrs Doinss of the School Board.
dCcff The parish school board met Saturday,
O sad took ap several important matters,
among which some of them are as
IittaThe fisadsal report of the retiring
speprianendentt, Prof. A. M. Smith, was
accepted by the board and ordered
ie uer-spread an theysinutes.
re A resolution askiag a quietus on Mr.
Smith as secretary ar.d treasurer was
PUs RMr. J. H. WUhlam. the new supi n
temdlet, was wera Iait oee, and wi
tsemaI the mssy $1,.00 a yar, being
sesaes heseetbee at&
SAmong Those Corning and Going
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1i..,tor h,'"," v....(
.II J. I. bi i . of K::plan. u as over he,-i 1.. C. A\
,M n , o ; n L) h:) r.tss. the ' .tll it
E. C'. Ville.tI.. of lite Cove, was. a
V;i itor in tto\ S.turly '. . Th
IA. It. Stmithl. of Ka-pln.\was a busi( t')li.er i.a
ti:.tor here \\eidlnit":, :' .
F:,lix 'Tner, Of the sher;..s offi(c. \a .1:a from,
a ' .itor to E.ratlh Sula y., toll and
Sol i,:rss, of l.aplan, a. aillrli tlhe Mrs.
tl.-itu s: visitors here the etrlv part of for Covin
Sweek. vsit of sc
J.u .etenor 1,- lec. of the \'etrnulio il r. :|t
Jewelry Co., was a visitor to Jeanerette to T. alni
s nda:y. s..e their
Sl)r. Leo eSaparito, of Kaplan. as .i I i l
1.:tn'ol tthe many business visitors here ve:iti:n I
c N ontday. hl 1t" of
Mr. and MIrs. Rarlp't lo ntagne -e re Pauil
.visitors to .rath Sunday wlhere they I the Big I
Sispent the day. a iusine
l)r. . 1. Stewart, representig the t.
I. L. Lons & Co., w.is a business yia- City is
tor here Tu.i'eslav. at the hI
i. 1. ViE.'llu;ez and :uscihe l.ect ,Mr. a
wer.' l:en" the visitors in t,: n. frIi n lrs
it Lr ice Cove 1o:a. ainii over to
S Missas Amiy Itrouss:arl and Lucille -xnt tl
Brien arte at Algiers, "tere they are ..
spelndigil a vacation. pis: .(tt
R bert iervelay, of the Chmau-in stor. (irlhans
of has returined from his vacation which he oni the
pi. ut in :New (Orlean.:. -Reine
Irs. FId\ward Parent returned Saturdly Mr. an
fro mi Younmsville, where she attendedl several
he the weddling of her brother. says, el
ng Philip Nugier, a prog ressive farmer,
li lvuIng betlow Perry, was a husintss Mrs.
.his visitor here the lattr art of last week. Irouss
President \oVdrrow Wilson was ait
visitor here Wednesday night, being al
atl t,'st of Mr. A. O. Landry, of the Victor return
' am ht .tier. (In the moving pictures. J ll
this Ir. W. J. E. Cox, of Alexamnri:i, rlii
Ivor spent the week lt r,. preaching at the it
Baptist church, during the pittracte l .jtne
a1Y Mr. anti Mrs. Felix l)emary were 1s'lev
I. visitors to Erath Sunday, spending the weeks
iale day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1'. U.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'lryan were We
visitors to lrath last Sunday spel.inig bat I
the diay at the home of Mr. and Mr.. P. P v Si
one 0. Bourgeois. Thos
r of MrM. an Mr. C. F. rimmer and les
,ide lathv left Monday for a trip to ilenver lu
i is and Colorado Springs, where they will Fi7z
spend sqveral weeks. ;less
RevC.. II. Mount, of Crowley,is here Curl
this week, leading the singing at the 'rah
ratli services at the Baptist church during naln
al- the protracted meeting.
i J. C. Harrington and little son wer
were visitors to Lafayette last Sunday.,visitin:,
ring Mrs. Harrington who is attending the
ird summer nordal school there.
E. E. Shackfosd, of the Louisiana of tl
Traction and Power Co., was a busilness 'to 1
rrow visitor here Wednesdaty and Thursday, hart
even in the interest of the company. (or
Mrs. Mrs. E'Lecta Smith, of the Bank of Mo
ing, Abbeville has gone on her summer t.,
aring vacation and will spend a couple of 1r
pnts months in Colorado, California and re
t were Missouri. Mu
Mrs. P. 0. Broussard and children La
left Wednesday for Connersville, Ind., Fri
gt wht r she will spend several weeks. G
fine Mr. Broussard accompanied thlem as far (1o
n as New Orleans. O3
left iti n
enter- A Ean 6 p.
I, Clif- mImddaeW ei
urp phy~ Fun d
ar, as d
V.r': r ,n 1 ourqu," and ;:i::-n' Tsl'! n \:ur i Itt, '
,,t t \ Vi-it1, 1s tt Nc it .t lri. i ' ·i I-nt l: - (; iv.
" i ir. T tr, ".
the guý t tl:i w .ek of hi; uni1ew , ['.iul
1f 1 .f r .ill :.5
)liler la h-v. .I tlirtai,
\lMi-s ti u I Ih}ilr le returiecd Tlhurs- inrtliiuti'
:it fri ;.iton Riet , Cli:ton 1, Coviun- -
ton aind W\ilson. For . le
'MIrs. Sanvi Cir:lvi!i Left 'Moinda. pa
for Coviuxntll, -whrc she egoes for a For :l
v'sit of seva-;lJ weeks. inch
MIr. and ulr,. ). :lonrqule were visitor.s fillit
to ' :lnrel.tte lihur;lay, gcilng over to(
s.. their new Bran isoin.
M.iss l1. retta Shaw, o(f .e.un:rette i. . .
vI. ithi ." iu lhis cit\, :Ia ; lgu'st at tlhe'
holi tttt of Mr. Edward ll rilieau x.
Paul E. Switzer, acting manager i ofj Te
I the Big Boll st Bureau, at Lafayette, wý 5s
a business visitor here \e .dnesday. Power I
Miss Marziierite Gordy, of Morgan i11g to 1
City is visiting in this city, a guest lilies i1
at the. honie of Mrs. Walt, r Cordy. tio 1
Mr. and Mrs. I). Trahan, Mrs. J. On. 13, 00),
I.u lhies and l Mr. A. A. l)ubus mlotored capital
over to Crowley yesterday where they third p
'ex it the day. two-th
SMisses Maggie Broussard andi Virginia are Jt
i"is.ett will letre Thoursdily for New Sol
S.' Orleans, and will leave there Saturday
he on the lPanamla trip Lawre
Relie T"rahan, of New Orl:any, soi of treasu
S! Mr. and Mis. Desire Trahan, is siiendint The
e' several dayiv; here oin a visit, and as lie operat
says, n jllo in ; the country life for a urban
r, rest. New
iss Mrs. 'rsin Broussard awl Mrs. Remi probal
k. Ilroussard went to New Orleans last erventi
S iSunday, taking Mrs lersin Lrc oussard'soc st
t tion. After a few day~s they goto n
little son there for treatment. Ther
Sreturnesl home oat rides was y. o t
J hinniergluck, accoimpa..ield by Mrs
in m lia irgltuck and chil tre, went to air- and t
SThIosein hm, where Mr Im w eru M k wss s ie said.
ue litness in the federal court proceedings
•id Fiiinst the w rolestile grocers' associa
tion, After a few days they go to
lere sheville, N C, to spend a couple ofl
Trip Down the River. tort
here WVednesday a boat ride was had on the 391
iug .izat Lorena, going to the Bay.s, given Beck
I'. ssv Simon lleBlanc and Murphy l.ge. accol
Those in the party were Misses Bessie for r
a!lil Flenimin, Ernestine . bourgeois, e
liver ltura Broussard, laurence l)erveloy,
the 'Trahan. Hlerlert Ilearrell, nnmmit Put
wrinlg nahl, Christi Pillard, Robert Young,
1. C. Gordy\, L:eslie Rol.rt. Thle Iparty dict
'er ., p',:pe'ro nd l Mrs. M. T. (;ordy 3
in nd Mn!rs. W. t. o. ilos..
Pleasant Boat Ride. Kit
One of the most enjoyable boat trips apP
isanla of the seas:on w-as that of last Thursday,
S to the bay. Those who made up the
day, part: were Misses IPssic Flemminu, Cot
C'ornelie Bourque. Eli;abeth Scoggins, O.
nk of Morjorie Colley, Olga Caldwell, Maude mte
lmmer LeBllanc, Annie 'utluam,Odile Chisholm, for
ale of ,Lizzie Nettles, Kate Young, Ryta
A and French, Rosa Lyons, Francis Thomas,
Messrs. Simon LeBlanc, Curley Lege, apj
Murphy Lege, Emmit Putnam, Edward aP1
ilcdren lasalle, Floyd Edwards, Paul Stebbins, cot
Ind., Frank Strickland, Frank Gibson, J. C.
weeks. Gonlrdy, Walter Gordy, Theophile Bon
as far d(loin, Caesar Melebeck, Robert Young,
Odea Boudoin, Robert Deryeloy, and
SRobert Nunez. Theparty waschaperoned da
by Mrs. W. B. Gordy and Mrs. Verne Jot
Call wtll. Re
Maurice Items. o
Mr G noudreauxt, of Milton, and Miss Yc
Ana Duhan, of Maurice, were united in Br
marriage last Saturdhy Quite a number Ti
of people were present at the marriage (1
A dance was given at the hall of Mr T
Gabriel Hebert, at Milton, in honor of W
the wedding couple, and music was T1
famrnished by the Prejean arothersband, T
of Youngsville The dance was attended of
by people from all parts of the country at
Gabriel Dernard of Lafayette parish at
attened the soudreaux-Duhon Wedding U
His friends were glad to see him
It wls reported that charbon hrd ,
visited this section
Numa Melancon was the gucst of
Or.e ime Prejean Sanday al
A dance was given last Sdrturday night tl
at Manrice with music furnish-d by ti
Prejean marothers, and was well attended '
Mr and Mrs Joseph Pre ern were the
guests of Mr and Mrs Cleovice Prejean a
at Lafa)ette Tuesday
Seie.in Gaspard, the groceryman,was
among the visitors to the perish capital
Mrs A. Slocum, Spirella Corsetiere, of
GuCeydan, wi!! take up the work in Ab
beville and other towns in Vermilion
parish. Spirellia Corsets, the Queen of
all the Corsets for health, comfort and
style combined, are made to -our own
special model, from measurements taken
in person, and are recommended by all
doctors who exapnine them.
Mrs. Slocum will visit Abbeville with
in a few days, prepared by two years
expe~ence, and special training school
work, to fit, adjust aml take ~orders.
Tie celebration at Kaplan on
4th ws m any mef t one.
.*v~r~i~ S ru d
tbb Y~rb~S bSIarE end~b~
;Classiticl C(.l. i nri:
V:ante, :irl to ,i h u-t tork fr
fatUIIlý oift r. .tr'1 ' Mri.. \\.
Kr. t cr, -955'Mab 'r. .\% , 1. '.
1 .r i .t ...- liit l:ir r t!tu s, tfour
ars ~l, I. 1,;t:1 , nt ,., w1 : n, I I'
w I i )tl, . Uttd olln ' ,'t t hl:: u:lt' ,. I':1 ' -
for 11l :.- il5 tall on or ari, e to, J. \\"
, tlitat l, .1 ,bo 'i l, la., fl r wr thest *
in for t!at . i
For .ale \ c halte a f,, It 'llku.ls )i
Oil paptr. for sal- at this ~litc. O
For S.tl x I lt c .,tr, .or ,;,,,,l ful. i s
inchl, ,inl tnlitiont. 52. S. For in
Ifrmaticnl recordin Scne apply to this
S. T. & P. Co. H as
$3,(00, 0'0 Capital
t!'le Scoutl:westcrn Traction andl
Power Compiany, which is prepar
ing to build a systetlm of interclan
t. lines in Loui iana, filed inucorpora
tion papers Thursday, stmiu in
i. 3,( 04),4 i as the capital stock.Thi:
I capital is divided a,; follIws. One
third preferred and the remi nint
two-thirds common stock. ()icer,
Sare Jules (;odchautx, prcsikt n,.
i Sol \ txier, vice prei(lent, and
" Lawrence Blunm, s.t.cretary and
TI'e company proposes to ,tginu
operations at Lafayette. An inter
a urban traingle.taking in Lafayette, tri
New Iberia and Abbeville, will sun',
n probably he built. The line w-ill I..
st eventual"l go on to Alexandria. 1,
l'i Construction work will begin a., : n1.4
soon as franchise taxes have been t.i
Nis voted in the Lafayette, New Iberia Cc i 1
lir- I and the Abbeviile district, it is W t,
is a said.---The Picayune. The
New Suits Filed. Fr'
Sof 3983---F. M. Stebbinus et al vs. .ti.
O. E. Erath: WV. B. Gordy, at- lis
torney for plaintiff.
the 398---The Bishop-llabcock- many
ven Becker Co. vs. Paul IH. Bailey, '"'vn
- account; J. O. Broussard, attorney
es e for plaintiff. tr
o', 3985---M. John vs. Pierre .tr,
0li11. Lemaire et al.; appeal from third will
ail(l justic court, Greene & Greene, at tH
e Attorneys. inch
Rene 3936---John Nugtier, district at
ut- orn y I , vs. Robert Smith, inter
or 3987---R. J. -Mont:,ll appellee,
R-s. J. G. Broussard, r.ppellant,
appeal from third justice court;
Kitchell & Bailey, attorneys for
rsay. 3988---The MnontI.ghela River
mili, Consolidationt Coal & Coak Co. vs.
ggins, 0. E. Erath, confession of judg
Nande ment; J. 0. Broussard, attorney
;loitl for plaintiff.
R. 3989---Numa Broussard, Jr.,
appellee, vs. Whitncy J. Broussard,
wrd appellant, appeal from thlird justice
bbin, court, Greene & Greene,attorneys.
' Honoring Visitors.
a and A pleastant boat ride was had Wednes
Sronei day, going to Buck Point, on the boat
Y ernle Josie. The affair was in honor of Mr.
Rene Trahan, of New O:leans, and MTri. A
J. o. Hughes, of Dallas, and was com
posed of Misses Maude LeBlanc, Roberta
d Miss Young, Mary Lo LeBlanc, Maggie
ite in Brous sard, David c allihan, Lydia
mber Tsahan, Blanche Miler,M(rjorie Colley,
riage Olga Caldwell, Kate Young, Carrie
of Mr Terrier and Messrs. Clifford Abhire,
oor of Wolfe, Simon LeBlanc, Murphy Lege,
sc was Theophile Boudoin, Chester lhabit, Rent
rband, Trahan, Warren Bourque, Dan Webster, g
tended of Jeanerette; Mr. and Mrs. Ran Wveb
ountry iter, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Segui, Mr.
parish anti Mrs. John Ewell, Mr. and Mrs.
dding Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Terrier,
Mrs. Hughes Mrs. Rosa Summers and
a hrid Miss Maty Trahan.
n pest of The moving picture Wednesday night
at the Victor Theater, entitled "Saith
l night the Lord," was one of the best pictures
a-d by that we have seen in a long time. It
ttended was religious andti very instructive.
Prejean bExecutive Department.
SState of Louisiana.
Whereas. Alfred J. Godard. of the perish of
nan,was Vermtlion. State of Louisiana. has applied to me
c Stpital for the cancellatio of two xn.ds. drawn and
snbacrthed by Shimonet LeBilane a- principal, with
A. 3. tprd. V. D. Lear. L. O. Brousinikrd. Leon J.
itiere, of Feray, Adam Urasseu. EraFste Mouton. Horace
k in Traha- . 1nI n Droussard. hemar Broumsafl. ;.
n odclux, l. cleomere Drousatd. Ophelias
Termilion nrque. J. Oneil Ie.e F. L. Melebeck. Othon
,een of Iatchrd. J. Alcide IeBlanc, T. O. Laporte. Eli
afort and Wise. liside Drousanrd. J. M. Dcauis. as
own tls dated June 7th, 1900. and June 25th, 1904.
i or Owo enh bood amounting to Ten Thcunsand (510.
ntsta ken oo0) Dollars. andconditioned for the faithful
d- by all perforumance and discharge by said Simonet
LeBlanc et his duties as Clerk of Court. and ex
.l e with- offcti ecolder and Notary Public. Vrmilion
:w wearo Now. therefore. I luther Lgbert H-ll. Gov
g a hool ernor of the State of Iouisiana. have thouhlit
proper to ltame this my preciaflation with the
iew 'h ig gi n publiC otlice to all personS hemrinl
iatereste and erned to show cause inI
wltiang. at thbe oMce of thee ecretary of Stte at
tbte City of ateeU IRouge. Lu.. within ninet'I
day frm ad after the last pnblkation bern:f
Pplan Of why mid Did and the mortgage resultinii
1 OIr. therefrom ou t te eantcelled and annauiel
ict and tdh o abuese uaed scrtle dichMsd from,
fs re- iw d, at the CYI of d s _.
, la, UIts ,Ieaudiam.. AD.a. S.I
. lasM * r . i) L . LLUALL
A South Carolina farmer ih::. a "rr.e number
cf ý(.. wvhich were ready to kI.:. '1L', weather
was arvm : that 1:in vr.' ,t "'e (;uestlon.
-re w:..-t to his retc' l,1: _' . ,..,l' .',c,;: 'r in
Cf luiitlh'a :"ver Lcn' ]Dist.. .. ..,..i .i' his hogs
at a ,ood price. I-eic then called t;.e ioc:al freight
otice and arranged fo*sh-ipr:er.
The telephone is now a nece:;it, or the f.rm.
You can have one on your farmn at si:ill cost.
See the nearest Bell Telephone Manag.;er or
serd a postal for our free booklet.
FARMERS' LINE DEPAP "T1 ENT
` rTelegraph Cm pany '
32. COUTH PaYOR STFE:T, ATLAT. f,, GCC 'IA.
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ti:- Popular Mechanics
Thrns ,l l): Tincicr ? ire; Tr'y rllut:;n. M agazine
Thutr:! .: I:Yy OU; T r t h w so So c CAN 1 UTUAND iV"
li":.--! "l"..a Itrs; "'h." 'Tourist and lcu " O ý u
iT GREAT Cortinued Story .f the
1 1i l 4 Aworld's Progress. which you
Fr; ,l : 'The lni , hio I arc,. An may begin reading at any time, and
. irtiv O if lionor. which will hold your interest forever.
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l t li , Vi' ,its lViar " R ianch; Cl. ati . 200 AIRTICLE OF GMEi il1 ST
This is a fine week'" proram :*il The "Shop Notes" Dertmst (20
ininy oif te pieces:; are t" , recls l:ng a ~u' ' IO to .h h o to .potmae
':ivig one cnjov:nient while sitting "~,ularticles for homeandgsp r)ts
tl ltile"r the" fans .q, make lis,iOnfurtlnture, relas ou tf ,.
er - engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves
Issrs. :avis & i:aIvis and th, ir nli':- SIOPE3Y . UIUUN I 3 1ICEMIS
rtr 1 mails, in all that i., ni4w in :miai Ask your newsdealer, or
strdl, vail \ille :an1 illtlui-:il i, ' ,nilie., wmv eo1 Plel awMP s COPY ttOY
v'll visit this titY. Ti"}t'y will be :,.'cn =M T1A-Nt CS CO.
,:t tht "l i.tr Th:t.r Sun.: 1 i i to ss w. wan$aSeton Cs. cmswas
S T............. WANTED
INl EACHT N 'W %ind ,%itrit ror:'o lvt ,i' ' t",-,rt 3amofle Ytloi
:,d "Ranger Tirclep bcslp us.
NOmk ONEYPELi1t.Dunt n' tiyour' j-i e' za.-a:itrovCYo btbCY
r: IWe hit i i ti l depotlAL
advniet'. hP ntufitp, ,a adalow 'TN iDALTEPR KTRSAI~durlldr
or 1T which thme youtn yridelAcI aw dutittli testwi
IIt t you are then nthutepB ctyattiidhorinru"owaih to keqpthes
cyle shipit Ltktons atoeire<Den.I:ia:tde hh ilL .' t bet one eo1.
. e1 0 h We furnithpe highe t' a l b, yltt e
SiFACTOi RY f Vermili Ptori lnle p pr., ptl atibovw
- aLuahl faectry Yoe n sthve l r)0 tort mldilemee i rit by buyll
/.iin.... 'O , t' ' 110 .th." 01 w .......25 0
luY t icls 1or 41 - 'a cn N . .. W o irom MI
*=b 'a a TIOhird prizh .....
at* Fou ey herth Pr aiuibe....aTwo ean inruer subscrit io ro rt a abb 1m h vle rs s
,i t rie. .Tw e . ubs .,.tdlJAon t lA eriionl
*EE FiftyhI przrzeAsa wIf10Eac
Sith Vri -,-d
giei Goros Jan wic whic.h u o plce thelBollWs ivilsCueilOem
p r i u a sng ir t. esae ThO wes' i 9eT .t mo ehrE M
ina pecial fatoy rieo he idr ofr ?rlc cl~, nil Du rest onl y
reodd We willllel ship C) on ai Yudo
Le.ui ae uthem rtl oepeam nIit
et, aeninal anUSilt odt tie at CuEr, whicf fvr any sesuhle
'"' a lia.00 7h It.f of* onl
M... r .... ..na adn ,ris aE t,r. . . es.e.--aij,
.imfri' II IE obpOAl NY, OHliGAS, IUL
I-es Hlelp save the cotton crop of Vermilion Parish, by
gathering the Boll Weevils, the punctureand fallen .squares.
1,0a0 children can save the crop while at play.
Otho To the person delivering the largest quantity of Boll
Weevils, Punctured and Fallen Squares to the
Abbeville Live St(ok & Feed Co.
First prize ...............................
a iThird prize.................................
Fifth prize.Tw..T o-year subscptiol to Abbev'il Meridional
- Sixth prze ................... Fifty prizes of $1.00 each
SMake Deliveries on Saturdays Only.
:-,m Glass Jars in which to place the Boll Weevils am
*1..- Punct.re Forms. can be obtained free of cost at: L. &