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J. W. O'Blryan.......................'ditc(r and Prprietor.
Phones: Office 24S; Residence 132.
Saturday, January 16, 1915.
t Brief News Items of Local Interest
Thelma G;olden is on the sick list this
Miss Rosa Lyons is on the sick list
Miss Aguillard was the guest of Mrs.
l,. Stafford. this week.
Jos. A. Leilanc, mayor of D)elcanbre,
was a visitor here Wednesdiay.
Mr. Eugene Ilellauger has returned to
Port Arthur to taker up his work.
John LeBlanc, of Port Arthur, Tex., is
visiting at the home of Mr. I). W. l,yons,.
Mrs. R.gene Bellantger lift SunIlay
for Schriever, where she will visit her
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. GColden are visiting
in New Orleans, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Thomas left Wednesday for New
Orleans, after spending the holidays
with home folks.
Mr. awl Mrs. P. Ii. Stafforl attl son
spent the week with the formtr's nmother,
Mrs. L. Stafford.
Robt. Greene left the first of the week
for Lake Charles, where he will resume
the studylv of law.
Alcee Daigre, of Bayou Salle. is visit
ing at the home of his sister, Mrs.
Ovey Broussare, a prominent business
man of Kaplan, was a visitor here Wed
Miss Adra Nunez, of Beaumont, left
last week for lie home after visiting her
rister. Mrs. John Ewell.
George Alleman, who has beeu a guest
of Mrs. O. J. Chauvin, has returned to
his home at Calumet, Ia.
Miss Lucille Brien left Tuesday for
Crowley, and will visit New Orleans be- -
fore reterning home in March.
B. C. Hebert. of Beaumont, left v s
terday after visiting at the home of his t
brother-in-law, Mr. Felix Broussard. 1
We are indebted to Mr. A. W. Rich- t
ardion, the dairy man, for a mess of fine
" turnips, which proved to be as fine as
any we ever tasted.
Mrs. George Griffin, accompanied by r
'Mrs. llaxie Sokoloski, left Tuesday for i
New Orleans, where Mrs. Griffin will
undergo an operation.
Dr. and Mrs. Schilling and haby left
Thursday for Osyka, Miss., where they ti
were called on account of the serious ill- v
-ems of the doctor's father. p
Mr. Howard and Miss Ptienette Theriot n
with their father. Mr. Angnstin Theriot,
of Hounm, have been guests at the home n
of O. J. Chauvin, returning home Tues- o
Gore, Ga. P. A. Morgan had occasion p
-ecently to use a liver medicine and says t<
ot Foley Cathartic Tablets; "They h
thoroughly cleansed my system and I
felt like a new man---light and free. so
they are the best medticine I have ever iS
-taken for constipation. They keep the
itomach sweet, liver active, bowels re
glar." Sold by City Pharmacy, adv
H. S. Foote,
Constable Fifth Ward f
Collections a Specialty to
Work Done Reasonably
INDIAN BAYOU. LA. w
I R.J. ABSHIRE ::
OI OB-M.db- Ud.I P6lu. IS
Mas-ter ric C'ha uvin. pe e is att.imng
cot'ol! at Mt. Paul's. Covington, is on
the sick list. II.,vin.ý left herne with the
la grippe', he ha, since been confined to
Aultmni Nugier, the infant h:,bv of
Mr. and Mrs. lPhillip Nugier, died sit
urla,. from p)ltutlnoni;a. T'he funeral
was hIil Sundla and intern:,nt was
madle at the Perr' grave yard.
Minllie Louis Thnomas, while playing
at the home of Mr. Camilleh. el lan. thl
other day. tripped and hell, striking her
head on a foot scraper, andl received
quite a bad cut. iequiring three stitches
on the to'p of the head.
C. F. Grimmer, the gr'a'erynman, who
is giving away .the splendid piano. is
going to offer slpcial sales on every Wed- l
neseday, and each sale will entitle huyr,
to a certain amount of votes. Watch for
the sales. Watch his adltertismentts.
Ge.orge Ilhiu', l. one of our jolly fellow
townslitn, is laid up with an attack of
pneumontia, but at this writing is ilimprov
ing. and shortly we will see himn about
our street% again. Mr. llonohl is an I
architect, and made the plans for many i
of the homes and buildings in this city.
Stephen F. Hogan, representing the
Finance and Realty Companvy, of New
Orleans, is visiting in this city in the in
terest of the company. Mr. John 'T.
Brooks is the local represenitative of the
company. We wishi to call attention to
the large aninouncemenlit on the first
page, and believe that a branch office of
the company is welomed in this city.
Attorney R. J. LaBauve has announc- t
ed his candidacy for a mnemnlmbr of the
city council, vice Mr, J. Alcide IeBHlanc, t
who died a-few weeks ago. Mr. Iallauve
wishes to be elected without opposition, I
and also states that lie will withdraw it
there is to Ie a race for the place. Mr.
LalBauve has already served as clerk of
lte council and then as attorney for the
Charles F. Grimmer has moved hii.l
utloon into its new quarters, at the cor
ier of State and Lafayette streets, hay- Ii
ng had the interior of the building k
tractically rebuilt and remodeled. Mr. Ii
rimnler takes great pains in having
mverything as neat and clean as it is pos
ible to make it, and this is an illustra- bi
ion of what can be done.. Partitions di
idele the restaurant front the saloon pro
wr, and nothing is left undone to accom
nodate his many patrons.
We are pleased to state that Abbeville
ow has a public stenographer. This is
ne thing that has long been desired by S
he business men of this city. We earnest
y trust that Mr. R.J. Absilire will secure
atronage of the public. Mr.Abshire comes
o Abbeville highly recommended-he
aving been formerly employed by the
lerk of our district court, and also with rt
he Long-iBell Lumber Company of IKan
as City, Mo. His card appears in this It
.sue of the paper.
The Gist of It.
"Last December I had a very severe
old and was nearly down sick in bed. hi
bought two bottles of Chamberlain's
ough Remedy and it was only a very
mw days until I was completely restored
> health," writes 0. J. Metcalf,
Vcatherby, Mo. If you would know
he value of this remedy, ask any one
rho has used it. Sold by ali dealers.adv.
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ti'l'TE FINA~NCE & R iEAI.TV ' i C ot'\NV
at W ' .\\ ( )g 1, \N: . I'.lEN IIRA:'NClII
( o AI ('Ic . IN AC Ht lI.VI,..
! The ! inatnce. uail Realty Cotm
pl'1:y of l,oiIsa'It is miaking ar
ratigem et11 ts tit| opct a bralnch cfice
in Ab"leiclice. Lo.,i,i, u1a, and S. F.
I Hloi of the Cmipanv is in Abbe
ville at Iresent , preparing for the
ol ning o: f a ranch oic he hure for
- Southwest louisian:ua.
4 The comimiaiv, was organized in
1912 antd its success has ihcn so
great that in 1013 lland 1114 it paid
a ten iper cent cash dividend and
N se'llint, 1iik rect itable, bI ilding
." and pIa:ins, contracts, personal
Snotes with lproper security, city
and farm mortgages.
Charles E. WVermuth, the presi
S'dent of the conlpanlv, wa for many
s years auditor of the Southern Pa
ciic. and is now ai ertitud pubiic
t accountalnt. with oflices in Londlon,
New Y';rk, Jackson, Miss., and
Such aconlpany as this will serve
this and other communities in many
O wavs,stch as as a trust company
s could. but which cannot always be
- done by a banking company. The
r propertv holder who has rent notes
canl bring; them to the companv
and sell them for a slight discount
t u:der their ;"ret value. The busi
ness lan clan sell a secured note
t and not be compelled to carry any
hialance as when borrowing at a
bank. The capitalist finds a mar
ket for mortgage notes. Industrial
firms and municipalities can quick
ly dispose of bond issues at nomi
-nal exl',iset:. Contractors can pre
slint their contracts and secture ad
vailces at rc:ei;onable rates. Such
ºservice is provided in all northern
and eastern metropolises, lbut until
the organization of this company,
there was no such enterprise in
I this particular section.
The subscriptions for stock will
be receiven at the Insurance Office.
• JOIHN T. BROOKS.
Port Street, Abbeville, La.
Best For Kidneys---Says Doctor.
Dr. J. T. R. Neal, greenville,So.Car.,
siys that in hii 30 years of experience
lie has found no preparation for the
kiineys equal to Foley Kidney Pills.
In 50c and $1.00 sizes, Best you can buy
for backache, rheumatism, kidney and -
bladder ailnerts.Sold by City Pharmacy.
At Victor Theatre,
His Heart, His His Hand, His
Sword, 2 reels, Victor.
The Fatal Marriage, Lko.
Those Were the Happy Days, 2
Mystery of New York Docks,
The ohoemaker's Eleventh. Rex.
When the Girls Were Shang- s
The Phantom Cracksman, Victor
Peg of the Wilds, 2 reels, Imp.
The Life Savers, Crystal.
His Uncle's Will, 2 reels, Rex.
Dot's Elopement, Sterling.
The Miracle, 2 reels, Trey O'h
Hearts, Story 12, Gold Seal.
Frankfurter Salesman's Dream, mi
The Link That Binds, 2 reels,
An Ill Wind, Sterling.
Dr. Thos. Forrest. Optometric yle 1
Specialist and Optician, will be again in
Abbell. Jan. 15th t22d. G2.aaes itted
in all stytles of mountings. Tests made
at residnces or Abbeovie loW. -dvlc.r
Iteniemnll)-er every WVednesdlay C. F.
Grimmler has Slpeial Sales on Articles
that are very useful in your home, and I
wIhen purchasing that article entitles you t
to 2,()00 Pian(, Votes on the D)ollar.
The Next Sale will he on Van Camnps
l Products, on Jan. 20.
... , . . .. 1 m - m m i i mm i m lm
THE PECULIAR COMEDIAN
W. B. Patton
IN THE BEAUTIFUL PLAY
THE GOOD SAMARITAN
BY W. BEALFGRD NOTTAP
Extravagant Production Big Cast The Dramatic Event of the Season
A Play that will make you think.
VICTOR THEATRE, Fri., Jan..22.
Alkon Frances Nugier.
I)ied:-Jan. 9, 1915, little Alton Fran
ces Nugier, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
'Phillip Nugier, aged two months and
"The little crib is empty now,
The little clothes laid by;
A mother's hope, a father's joy
In death's cold arm (doth lie.
God needed one more angel child
Amidst his shining band,
And so He bent with with loving
And clasped our darling's hand.',
A. friend. Perry, La.
State of I.ouisianna. Pnrish of Vermilion. .seven
trenth Judicial District Court.
Rayne Rice !Milling Co.. Itd.
W. M. Duncan. Transferee.
rs. No. 255.3.
B. P. II ,r~rave. et at.
By virtue of a writ of fieri f., saw. to me issued.
out of the Sey. 'teenth Judicial District Court.
State of t.i,iiii;na. in the above entitled and
nu: R. r-d suit. fully authorizing and em
powerin:g me in the premises. I hnve this dny
.eized and taken into my posession to sntisfv
aid writ. and will offer for anie. to the last and
highest responsible bidder, with appraise
meat. at the principal front door of the Court
House in the town of Abbevillc. Parih of Ver
milion. IA.. on
Saturday, February 20, 1915.
between the legal hours prescribed by law, the
following described property, to-wit:
One certain tract of land situated in Vermilion
Parish. 1a.. containing Thirty (30) acres. more
or less. and described as breing the Smuth part of
North East Quarter of the North West Quarter
Section Thirty Three (33). Township Ten (10)
south. Range Two East.
einga the tract which Praton Morgan acquired
from Isidore Lehman. January 20th. 1908.
Terms: Cash on day sale.
Sherif's Office. Abbeville. IL.. this 9th day of
tsmaury. A. D. 1915.
shersl, fer.atlm W ariah. La.
Did you know that we handle
the finest line of Ladies Handker
chiefs in town? Worth while your
looking at. D. SIIVERMAN.
Who says America isn't for
peace? Even the suffragettes have
buried their hatchets.
Owing to great deal of con
fusion and dissatisfaction, it is
impossible to continue to give
Piano Coupons on weekly ac
counts. You must pay absolute
Cash to obtain Piano Votes. This
to take effect after Monday, the
18th. Remember that it is New
Business and Cash Business that
will get you the Piano.
C. F. GRIMMER.
Notice to Hog Owners.
The Board of Health for Abbeville in
session recentlv 1lu l a resolution re
quireing all persois desiring to keep hogs
within the Corporation to secure a permit
for same, from £he Secretary of the
Board, Mr. R. A. Dalton. A charge of
25 cents will br made for each permit.
All requirements are printed on the per
mit. Please see Mr. Dalton before the
first of February, as after that date it
shail be unlawful to keep a hog withoyt
C. A. Schilling, Pres. Board of Health.