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T ,oret atr., lia y exeellcnt
i,,tultry l l, Ihtas that are availa.
jl,, aii 1I h ich s ll l he in tl1
ltui tt of poultlry raiers '! Ihe
fllo win.L Farm,.rs' iull-t, u,
ilultlishetl by lhe U. q l)Depart
Ilient of Arlcuulture, imay lle Ioh
taine I free of clitrute by addlre
sing thlie Liv stock Extension
Si rvice, L S. U , lIaton RotIge:
Ni, 51--stan.lard V:'riety of
N , 2to-Tr-l'rkeys. Statlarld Va
I ieties arl .alan n mentt.'
Ni,. 234-Thu (;uinea Fowl anld
It- 1'-e as Food,
No 257-- 'iltry Mana.ei ent. a
No. :um0--iIlow to lh"e'troy lat-.
No 52-l' al. ni 'pzn
No. 5t25-Hints to f.ou lrv Iar
N0, .530--Inmportant Poultrv D1
No. 574-Poultry House t'oii-
Ni. 594 -Shipping E_;, by Par
No 624---Natural and Artilicial
Broding of Chiclkens.
No. 684---quab Rlaising.
No. 697-Duck Raising.
Special-Suggestions on Poultry
Raising for the Southern Far
Shlie following Louisiana bul
letina may also be obtained fret.
Nol 4-Boys' and Girls' Poultr3
No. 14-The Louisiana Farn
-A. F. Rolf, Poultry Specia
list, Live stock Extension Ser
vice, L. S. U.
A Summer Laxative and Live'
Po-Do Lax %e a liquid laxative-mii
and ettective It arouses the livet
increases the bile, does itt gripe an,
acts as a general toinic to the wh I
y.tiem. Aids nature to ctlar an
purify the bloodt-as a laxative toni,
for summer Po Do Lax has no equli
What was "good enough for my fatht
is good enough for me" nIev. r applie
with more force that "1h. use of Po
Do-Lax for the liver, An old tint.
tried remedy Get a bottle, take
dose to-night and see how muel
better you feel At al' druggists adv
Opening of Public Schools.
Th'le Gueydan and abbet ill.
High Schools will open on Sel
temher 11th, for a nine month?
the elementary schools of Ihi
parish will opeln on Octo)ber 9th
our a reven months sessIon.
The patrons of all the schoolh
should make prepaat ionn to elitel
ti.eir chisilren at. ihe h',gilnint.'
for there is every evidience thal
ithe attendance will he largre asi
the accomnn(tln'ion is line
J H WILI.IAMh ,
LOST-Texaco watch fob. Re
ward if returned to Adam Mor
-- ---- -.- -
TO THE FARMER:
If you have anything to 'ell per
taining to agriculture, horticulture
livestock, dairying, etc., write th
Commissioner of Agriculture,Bator
Rouge, La., and he will use every
effort to dispose of anything growr
bn the farm in Louisiana.
The Commissioner has inargura
ted a Bureau of Markets and wants
to aid you in every way posasible.
TO THE PUBLIC.
If you want to buy anything in
the way of agriculture, horticul
ture, live.stock, or anything grown
on thefarm, write your wants te
the Commissioner of Agriculture,
Baton Rouge, La. The Commis
-" has a Market Bureau. or
Department, and can find
CapoUi Ask J. W. O'Bryan,
with whom you can make arrange
ments to have your surplus cocke
FOR SALE--& young feynatl,
bird dog, just ready to l,,inr
t ;'iing. Apply at Proegress tfflt
F'OR SALE -One 30-drawer Globe
Cabinet, in first class condition,
and at a reasonable price. Apply to
Laws, Rules and
Intercoastal Canal, Coast of
Louisiana, Schooner Bayou
to Grand Lake, Calcasieu
River to Sabine River and
Schooner Bayou Lock, La.
Regulations to Govern the Opening of
the Draws of Bridges Crossing Certain
Navigable waters in the State of Louis
Section 5 of the act of Congress of
August 18, 1594, provides as follows:
That it shall be the duty of all per
sons ow ning. operating, and tending the
drawbridges now built, or swhich may
hereafter be built across the naxigabl,
rivers and other waters of the United
States, to openl, or cause to be openled,
the draws of such bridlge tunder such
rulb s and regulations as. in the opinion
of the Becr.'tary of War, the pu lic in
terests require to govern the opening of
drawbridges for the possage of vessels
and other water craft and such rules at d
regulations. when so made and publish
ed, shall have the force of law. Evern
such person who shall willfully fail or
refuse toopen, or cause to e opened.
the draw of any such bridge for tile pas
sage of a boats, or who shall unreasona
bly delay the opening of said draw after
reasonable signal shall have been given.
as provided in such regulations, shall I e
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
on conviction thereof shall be punished
by a fine of not more than two thousand
dollars, or by imorisoment (in the case
of a natural person) for not exceeding
one year, or by both such fine and inm
prisoment, in the discretion of the court:
Provided, That the proper action to
enforce the provisions of this section
may be commenced before any cotmiis
sioner, judge, or court of the United
States, and such commissioner, judge.
or court shall proceed in respect theretu
as authorized by law in case of crimes
against the United States: Provided
further. That whenever, in the opinion
of the Secretary of War, the public in
terests require it, lie may make rules
and regulations to govern the opening
of draw ridges for the passage of ves
sels and other water crafts, and such
rules and regulations, when so made
jand published, shall have the force of
law, and any violation thereof shall be
punished as hereinbefore provided.
In pursuance of the authority con.
ferred by the law, the following regula.
s. prescribed to govern the opeir
ing of drawbridges across navigable
rivers and other waterways of the State
1. The persons or corporations owning
or controlling the aforesaid drawbridges
shall provide the same with proper me
chanical appliances for opening the draw
span (or draw spans) for the passage ol
- vessels; and shall also provide such ten.
ders as may I y necessary for the safe,
prompt, and efficient operation of said
2. Whenever a vessel approaches a
tlrawbridge desiring to be passed through
the draw, the person in charge of vessel
a shall signal such desire I y four blasts of
a whistle or horn; or In case the vessel
t is going against the wind, where a
I whistle or hors might not Iee heard, the
signal shall be the lowering of a pen.
nant four successive times. Upon hear
ing or perceiving such signal, the tendser
or operator of the drawbridge shall im
mediately open the draw span fur the
passage of said vessel.
3. In case of accident to the machine.
try. or other contingency necessitating
delay in opening the draw the signal
from the vessel desiring to pass tirough
shall be answered by the tender or ope.
rator of the I ridge by one long blast of
a whistle or horn.
e 4. The draw span of a bridge need not
be opened when there is a train, wagon,
or other vehicle actually passing over
said draw span, or a train is approach.
I uing so closely that it can not be safely
stopped before reaching the bridge; but
wagons, trains, and vehicles shall not
be stopped on a drawbridge for the pur
pose of delaying the opening of the
Catarrhal DeI fe GCannot BeS
By looal appliodTms, as toey ean
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is onlly oneo way to core
oatarrhal deafnes, and bthat Is by a
constitational remedy Ossrrhal D0·ear
,as is aussed by as inflsmed onadl
tln of the meeoa Mlalll of tLe lm-
teebls aTbs.s.Whett Iabe le la
flamed you have a rumbilog sound or
Imperfeet bearing and when It-i e
riely oloued Deafname i th result.
Unlss the irammati'n can be re
duooed and thli tube restlored to its
n-rumal conditionL; hearing will be
desto)ed forever Many cases of
deaf ness are aonued by cararrb which
is an inflamed condltion of the mooous
rurfls*s. -Hall's Catarrh Care aets
r hru the blood on the iaucss surfdces
cf the eSetem.
We will give One Hnhdred t)olla's
for any ease of Catearrhal Deafness
that esanot be cured tby IHall's e'starrh
Cnre Cli-aular f re. All D aggist.
F n . . cO., Told,, ,.
Liver Troublei I
"I am bothered with liver tro t.le
about twice a year," writes Joe l); ),
man, Webhter City, Iowa "1 have
pains in my side and back and an
awful soreness in my stomach I
heard o! Chambhe:lsin's Tab'ets flnd
tried them. fly the time I had ed
half a bottle of tlhem I was fl ng
fine and had no signs of pain " , U
able every .vhere z- -g, z,
draw span, nor shall v\'sse s l8 . i
nipulatcd as to hinder or dela ligt4z,
ration of th e draw spin, 1;.rif * .l
over. through, or tuinder ^tuated end,
shall he prolmpt to pr, beloingi g
either land or water traffic. ,
5. These regulations sh;:ile benfit
struced as applying to ant 'ers
for thel operatiol of which special Phi
lations have heretofore been pres.
unber the aforesaid law.
6. These regulations shall b in 4
on and after April 1, 1913rtley1 "
RO(II:RT SlHAW --- ge
(Approved by the Secretary oare iL,
Apr. 9, 1913.
A Good I hin Foir (hi i 1lrnl
Foley's Honey and Tar is a pars'ieº
larly good cold, cough and croup V,,.
icine for children because it conthi~,
no oplates or habit-forming drig~.
The "little colds" of summer, as rell
as theloug standing deep seated coughs
that hang on for months, are banishi.
ed by its use The tfrst dose bre.,
relief and comfort. Sold Ever) wh st
State of Louisiana, Parish of Ver i
ion, Seventeenth Judicial Dis Ct
Brown Roberts Hardware and SoPuply
Delphie F. Leleux, et als. I
By virture of a writ of Fledt Fkuias
issued to me out of the Hon.r&.
bie Seventeenth Judical lDst i:t
Court, in and for the Parish of Ver
milion, State of Louisiana, ill the
above numbered and entitled suit,
fully authorising and tmpowering;me
In the premises, I have this day seised
an d taken into my posseston to saeri.
fy said writ, aid will proceed to ll,
at public auction, to the last and hi Ih.
* si restponsible I idder, at the prilt
pal front dour of the Court House, in
the town of Ab-'eville, Vermilion
Parish, La , between the hours pre
scribed by law for judical saltes, onj
Saturday, Sept 16'1I 1916
the following described property it.
Suntt d in Vermilion Parish La. to. fit:
Oue certain Mortgage Note ol
$2200.00. dated April 16th, 1918. e
on; ue year after date, signed by Delp e
F. Leleu to his own order and y
him endorsed as well as by A. A.
lu-x, Joe. A. LeBlanc, Felix F. Lesp
Froucois Brussard and Mrs. F. .
L' lens, and Ildentifted with an aetolt
Mortgage executed before P. Pellost,
Notary public on April 14th, 1918.
One certain tract of Ilad sltutted
in the town of Deleambre, La , in the
Parish of Vet milhn. measuring $t0
feet North and South by 183 8-6 feet
Fast and West, bounded on the North
by Mrs. Margaret Elonide Migusa,
South by Mrs. Margaret Elonide Mi
Saes, East by Central Street at d We0t
by Mtr. Margaret Elnide Migue_,
t gaether with all t e buildings ald
improvemetsz tsuereo, situated and
all app-.telnandes th.r, t., btliOngIU
-.ad one Sop Automobile.
To be suold for cash wt1h the beani
Sheriffs Offlees, Abbeville, La , tbs
4th day of August 1916
8herif, Vermilion Parish, La.
IBroarsrd & 8ameonS Attorneys
State of Lonmisa--Parish of VetrmL.
ion-lITh Jndletal Distriot Oourt.
J. eAloi . LeBlao,
Caraellie LeBlane, lfe of BtaP
By virtu, of a ordea dated J.lL ,
lmssedtome out of the o
17th JUdidil Ditr5e4t Coun -
above entitled and numbered
fully sathoriliag and empoweri~
lI the premieaes,l wil all atl pubilW
tion to te st and hilghesbt re, .
bidder, at the prlclpal froant i _
the Court Bo.u,, In b,# Pow
betwee the hour presrN
for judicial uale, on
the following dee ,
situated la Vermtll Verodadant
lying and beings and em w
mlln, Parish, itesa, naar tlb
Town of Abbeville, having a bunt on
t h, Public road leaduing from Abbevilke
to Perry as might be tosd between
he property of Mrs. Willsam Grahamn
on the horth, and the property now
Slived upon by H. M. Durke on the.
8 ,oth, by such a dittLnCe ea-t '
-,wet as there le etwetet the Public
-,tad on the 'et ar.d the lInds of
Eu gane D, mary on the albth; b'Omd..,
ed North by Mrs. Willam Graham,
Eas by Eugene Demaui, Sout byj
i-. Ja. Pwre sm We¶bs ap i
To be s,old for (.tpa for a sum not
lees than Six lluidr,'l dollars.
Sheriffs 4off.' . ; :he, dl!e, La , thi
°07th day of Jul%, 19li;
ShierffI. j'rini;ion Parish, iLa
MIiteos T. Corcvl , Attorllney.
She iff's Sale.
.tate of L.oul.ia ua, Parish of Vermil
-- 8event., nth Juticial I)istrict
Consta of Gueydan
State of i,. s' - vs
ion- Third ,ter Works, Iee and Powet
No. ad5. onmpany, Limited.
f ut of a writ of Fieri Facla
o me out of the Honorabli
Eliza \..enth Judicial District Court.
.J for the Parish of Vermtllon,LI.,
4 'ihe above numbered and entitletl
1t, fully authorizing and empower
sling me in the premises. I hay,
iseized and taken into my posses
'ho , satisfy said writ, and will pro
-d to sell at public auction to tht
eniiys and highest oDilder, at the princi
'" pal front door of the t'ourt flcuf e i.
Abbeville, Vermilion Pariah, La
between the hours prescribed by la .
for judicial sales, on
Saturday, Auugusit 26, 1916
the following described properti
situated in Vermilion Parish, La , to
Lots Nnmbers One, Two, Three and
I Four (1-2 3 4) block Number Twenty
s four of the town of Gueydan, Louis
fans, each lot having a front of This tv
seven and one half feet on Levert
Street by a depth of One Hundred and
forty two feet to an alley.
To be soli for cash with the benefit
Sherift's Ofice, Abbeville, La., this
18th day of July, 1916.
Sheriff, Vermilion Parish, La.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Vermil
ion- Third Ward Justice Court
e Eliza Wiltiame, Absentee, through R.
J. LaBauve, curator ad hoc.
y virtue of a writ of "ieri Faeias
d issued to tme out of the Honorable
Third Ward Justice Court, in
I, and for the Parish of Vermilion, La ,
in t.e at ove numbered and euti
tied suit,fully authorizing and empow
i ering time in the premises, I Ihave this
u day seized and taken into my posses
sion, to satisfy sai,i writ and will pro
ceed to sell at public auction to the last
and highest responsible bidder, at
the effice of the Third Ward Justice
Cour, in Abbeville, Vermilion Par
Simh,La., between the hours presecribe.(
Sby law for Judicial sales, on
* Saturday. August 26, 1916,
y the following described property ait
nated in Vermilion Pariah, Louisana,
i That Oertain tract or parcel of land
f lying and belt g situated in the Town
of Abbeville, and being lot No S..
block No. 8, of the Lyons Addition to
d said town. sail lot measures One Hun
a dr-d and Twenty firve feet Ealst aLd
0 West by 44.8 feet North and South.
t and I osnded as follows: North by lot
b Nt 4, East by lht No. IS, South b% lot
1, No. 6, and West by BaIley Avenue,
with all and singular the buildings art
im: l: r veant belonging aud appertain
I, nlg thereto.
STo be onld for oaf , with the ben
oeat of apvratsement.
Outable'a olcc, .6bbyille, La.
this lth day ,.f July, 1116.
LOUIS T GUIORY,
Conlstabil Third Ward
AN ORDIN~ANO . .
Be it resilved by the Board of Aider.
man of he Town of Abbevlfle la i.
. ola stessioln coovened, that fromi and
after the P'ubloation of bls resolts ,
all personse deiring the itallatlo of
iesatric ichlt and all pearsons deaiutig
the mustatlationi of Water servic,
aall make application for usp* dl.
ready to th Man per of the Wate:
and iUght Ptant, who shell atqtlato
thae htstallatlgg o' aMid lgh's Impa
son or see thats is s properslei Isn by
omr- person who I ropeteat to do
thd work, and
Be i forther reolved that every
-erson i.stending to engage In the
"rk of lnsalieLon otlightbamd water
._ee Ia the ToWit of Abbeylieo,
Jbefor entoring Upon seek rwor
- re a permlt at do as from tie
-.,vor, and aipon falre to do soballi
liable to a flee not leem thba Phv
re and not ezeseding Twenty.
Uloliure ad in default of paymeat
U shall subjeoCt himself to Ie
put for a term not more eat)
th. lease than thirty at the die'
p .' 'h Mayor, and upon fail
lTays\ itra of the Water and
eretiu lCeeetre the sarvisee of a
reof '.- ms oa permit tosins
Lilht n, and water isrvies,
p-r o: hOl ~ - -U O ,r the Water
,l ,i. .' to loch person
will be su 'ter seric at41
aad e been @ompiie4
Belt futher r IVed, That any and
It pereob doing oa work as above
farrsd to, sho do II jn absolut.
onformitjwihb ail sIpreifarln and
B-rgouatioa wi ieh are rqreqmrd' for
"i.ueh wo k of tnstellation iy .tr.
SW ater and Light Platat and to this p,,d
She MaYt.'er of the Water and Light
Plant I. rqpaired to eemine andg.;ve
thlt approval to all work done by per
iee having permits.
i flayr Town of ~bbevillei
J. (J. BW bv aRDo
Ikeatswr towell d Abvide.
. methods of the old
Romans may have been
satisfactory to the people
of their day, but such methods would not suit
the fastidious taste of the people of this com
munity at the present time.
does satisfy the people of this community be
cause it is wholesome, is scientifically made in a
sanitary bakery, and is everything that the best
bread should be. It has the desired home flavor.
Qualityl and cleanliness are the twin mottoes
of this bakery at all times.
PEERLESS BAK ERY
Phone 39. E. C. Villemez. Prop.
While you are planning to make your home
comfortable and attractive, don't overlook
the great convenience and comfort given by
Electric Lights and Fans
For full information and particulars call up
the Abbeville Water and Light Plant........
- o its Value--
"One of our sales.
men demonstrated the
value of the Long Dis
tance Telephone to us.
He was at Huntsville,
Ala., and upbn his own
responsibility put in,
Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a:
iadius of several hundred miles.
"In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels:
of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars.
"Since then we have applied the Long Distance
Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with
most profitable results. The service is fine, the
rates are reasonable and there is more satisfaction
in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half
a dozen letters".
@ CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
ROX .32, fPAYsTI'r. LOUIMIANA.
SNow Is The Time to Arrage Your Vacation I
i Let Us Help You--
Round Trip Sunmmert
* To Resorts In The
SNorth East and West
S May Ist to September 30, Inclutive
.Final Limit October 31, 1916,.
i Liberal Stop-overs Standard mad To ,r'kt.'eeer
BEST DINING CARS IN AMERIOA .
5 - Trains Daily to Loeisiana sad Tcrv, . 5
2 .Through Trains Daily to Catfornia .2
bee the Won4erf-t "Apeobe Trail" of ArJdsou, the "'*Swhtelsnd of
tmeriosa." en route to or froma OALIPOIAI .
' " . • Fo8 r Pull Information and UmIstrated Litatae,
Ask say Soutemr Padie Aetat W wrste
SW.H. STAKLUM, JO. H ,
iam. Pas. Ageat, oai. Pm, Apt,
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