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TIlE UNIVERSAL CAR
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For Ford One-Ton Trucks
We have only a few for immediate delivery
All style bodies carried in stock
Let us equip your Ford Car with Self-Starter. Only a few sets left.
WOOD MOTOR CO.
Phone No. 56. ABBEVILLE, LA.
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OF COURSE WE KNOW IT3 ' st
HIARD TO WAIT WIEN TIHE
COOK IS SLOW AND DINNER'S ( I
LATE - BUT PATIENCE MAN d
JUST A MOMENT MORE
AND YOU'LL BE RE'PAID f
Yolks 3 eggs 1 c. sugar 1 c. strawberry jttu . 1
1. tbsp. gelatine 1.4 c. cold water White 2 eggs
1 e. whipping cream
Heat the frui. juice vith 1 2 c. sugar. Add the yolk-, 4f the eggs,
beaten with the re, n .!n l2 c. of sugar. Cook over not wa;t.r :uitil
thiekened. Add t+e gi nat.nr, softened in eold water. 5cr unti! ,.ssolv.
ed. strain and .o.; in ic :rater. When th mixture begi.A to talcken,
fold in the well be:' .u wi. te of eggs and the whipped emeami. Turn 1
. the mixture into a tic uti n )t pa.k in ice and salt until chuill'd or partly
FRESH, PURE, FULL-STRENGTH GBOCERIES
L. J. Broussard
ALL K INDS OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
EONES 58 & as. STATE AND LAIAYETT
assai ni',s.:ca seasons ir. Amemane ' is &me we
SAVSS WASTE IN FOODSTUFFS
SAVES DOCTOR BILLS AND SICKNESS I
SAVES THOUSANDS OF LIVES YEARLY
ICE is the enemy of microbes.
Home Ice Factory
J. A. BOUDREAUX, Ngr.
7 ameassDiminainsiwm ea, I,
WUNDI AVAILABLS FOE 100 h1UM
LOAN, AT LOWER RA?0 INToF n ST THAN
LIT MI WEOW YOU HOW VUdo MON t
I OAN SAVE YOU ON YOUR LOAN, BBLoRE
YOU 0LO53 WITH ANY 0TENI PARTY.
J. L Kibbe, Jr.
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UY DAWIN. ting
I t DRA fron
State of Louisiana, Parish of Vermil
ion, Seventeenth Judicial District Q
Be it known that I, Simonet LeBlane
clerk and ex-officion member of the
Jury Commission of the Parish of Ver
milion,Le , in pursuance with an order Qx
of Court of date February 18, 1920, ,
did meet at nmy ofice, together with the iu re
r.st of the members of the Jury Com- meel
mission for the Parish of Vermilion, l.avi
La, on Monday, March 1st, 1920, and a se
then proceeded to draw Grand and you,
Petit Jurors for the Criminal Session M
of the aforesaid Court, for the follow- moo
lag weeks, to-wit:
at 10 o eloek a. a., were o
No. Names. Ward. the
1. Deidreleh Pundt, .......... 2 .
2. Adonis Picard ....4 g.
a. Lucien G. Broussard ..................9 the
4. J. F. Lalryv ........ .......3 . app
5. Joseph D. M ot ................ ..........3 pre
6. H . M . H air ................................ tha
7. Tovy Rupert ........ ....... e
. i Nugut ... ...........4 tiel
9. . Saint .... . ...........
10. t nv ( Tanner ..... . ............ 7 ,'ra'
11 M. I. P.amsev ........ ..... vid
1. Ove Mii ............. .....0 Iear
: 1 IDiliH:r LeBlane ..... ....................1 a n
14. W . 1) Holn es ...... ................ 7 i.e
1.. Al house A. Lan:drv .............3 sta
16. J. M. Moss .... ...................... 2 sen
17. F'ianin Trahanl ........ ....... 5 the
18. A. L. Derouen ......... .....1 all
1o. ter4e T. rou sa ....... ....4 reg
S20. Remy Broussard ..................3 the
The names of the thirty persons
drawn to serve as Petit Jurors for th3 I oc
wo..k of the session of t.ie Criminal !,:o
Cou'rt, for the week heginni"g M,,ndav ins
he 1 '2th ~1:. f April, 1920, at 10 a. m. the
N-, :names. Ward. O
1 . 1). ,,, a ........... ........... 4 ed
2 C N,1 Bt..-t ... .........2 ha
3 PDen, Al.-hire ............ ....... or
4.J -a !;uhon ....... ...4 the
,. W in H Sarver ......... .....5....... a su
6 St'le I.eBlt ne ...... .......... ........ 1
S 7 1T,:rv :-,rvr ...... .... ............. L,
4. Elfle Brr uaurd ... ...........6. I
9. lrnzialrd Sellers ..................... 9
10 Ernes' Saltzman .... ..................8
;11 . odis T ............................
1' Silh'ev McDonald ..... ...........4
13. 4lz..~l Grezene ............. 6
14, W Lee Hoffpauir ........................
13. Sidney Gary ........................
16. Wil!iazi G(ooch ..............7
If. Lloyd Stausbiry ............ 3
- 1. (', P Motty ........ .......I
19 Rene C. IElRtii .... ........i
20. Willie Putnam ...
: '!. . .n Ii :n.. .................ii
22. Rene kbroussatrd ..........................9
23. Oneil Abshire ...... .................. 5 f
24. J. E. Morgan ......................... 5
25. Alexandre Langlinals ............6
26 Charles Boudreaux ....................1
27. Emile Dutel ............................-...3
28. Felix Nunez ...... ......................3
29. Walter Comeaux ...... ..................9
30. E. N. Bonvillain .... ................1 tI
In witness whereof: witness my hand
and official seal of officee, at Abbeville, a
.a . this 1st day of March 1920 I
(Seal) SIMONET LEBLANC, I
Clerk and Ex-Offeio Jury Commissioner
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana. t
09oOz 7`O0 PIU2ICATIOI.
Deart"aW n of the Itnteris
t. 8 Lahd ORae,. at I
Wtton gouge, La., EPb. 14, 19S0.
Proof made undef act Jallne, , 191. .
I Notlc* is heriby given that Chapman 1
Pierce, of Esther, Louisiana, who, on i
Dee. 13, 1914, made Homestead Enttry
No. 08183, for 8. E. 1-4 of M. E. 1-4 and
N. E. 1-4 of 8. E 1-4 Section 12 Town.
ship 14 South, Range 2 Ea:st Louisiana
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
iud~ TThrEe ~t4l roof, to estab,
!i h clai to the land above described,
before Clerk of Court, at Abbeville,
La, on the 25th, (Twenty-fifth) day of
Mareh. 1920 , If
Claimant names as witnesses:
Sev er Hebert, of EstherLouisi
sas Porter, of Ethier Loualaut
8hedrlbk Porter9 d r. of slthe, Lout
ms Q s. t.
The Wood Motor Co.
l,,' u;: thait ihaR e be n .'l , .n -
th* mloli _inee itb earliret .,:..
1r l!l a1 - illtr sting -a thole it 1:;,
] j,' lh: V t i it. t
}'i a ,k` to 5u a*eC.sit" :1. 1
fro" m t I ,' t el t xpensiV and in, -T
<:1I t~'1, I" e nu n i sid4 l"ri t i
~-l , 1t l,.,ee otion and tlr,11.. ,
at b i . ... start in its ulwar,,i
, It i. inti the.steeld ,.f ;i.
'loi-ittl, I untlry combruing tlhe ,,
t , .i,, ,'f thel lvitmotive ,itI
tl ,he albilit of the fo.r.wagui. It
Ihan 1' ... I tlyh heralded a the for
11:1· 1.·,11 I r \ 11 l.ttld. ,d g 1! I- . ,1'
it1, f.r ,the gaet iupjrOVevmelnt in.le
Sor ral i thei ast 'fw yea~r, ;,wi
n hI1rre I ti.i ;i; gWool PO6, c 'inI
mo1lte and thet excelld m.as oilf.
tl;allit it affords for bot btlsi4es, alt
i c'l ur-ll, ake it iunciombii u,,uon s.n
-community whose desire -, to keep
P,,,, with the strides Oif to have
wit 'lin its cuntinei s one garages
of iitable capacity an pment to
lroi,l' care for this btfnch of mod
Abbe-illessis well supte4d' with fa
cilities in this line, and ~ rm whih
.tuils at tie head of t among
similar concerns of So est Louisi
illa i+ the Wood Motor ~ . This
tirmi holds the agency in 1 commun
ity for the famous "Fo " ' are and
iruck,, whichl arc so.d ia' parts ou
the civilized world, and rg too well
lkollw, to need any woti oftdescrip
tion in this publicatio
The Wood Motor C o KI was ts
tablitihed August 20th, 1 , and since
that time has forged dlly to the
front. Two of the m - atures in
the success of the coneS hat been
the high quality of the C trucks
bold and the business 7 of the
I gentihnellle at its head.. :
This enterprise has re a long
i terml lease oni the pro lately used
by Elias Broussard as & es stable
<located on the north 0I .orner of
ithe Court House squaMt They are
-i nlw remiodeling this bnilW 'by put
tiig in plate glass in the
i trout and~ side's, concrete eegant
Citizens H 1 t CMeeting
I aect Council Candidates
Quite a large to <y of semb:d i;at
. .urt 1o'.'us ' l r nigh sandl
in response to a ca: c a mnars Tli
meeting of the citi Abbevilio,
rIavilng the object in dleting Si
a set of men to be pu for mucl
Mr. James B*. Il- -satin
monwly ekbS to elecl
write in the .sse t
tie chief of pelle. of
It J. LaBauva statel tht he fa6. red thei
g aod government and felt that *"ve ha forl
the best town in the state, and that he,
appreciated the efforts made by he
p resent administration, although he felt it
that they had had a lack of rs:pport. eleh
I,e thought the men to be pu: on the une
ticket should be selected up n the priu
ciples anld i. accordance with dem"- lme
,ratic principles. His pilan was to di me
vide t ,e town into five war is and t the
each ward select its eandi'lce thr ºh the
a mass meeting, believing tht it wuld toh
i.e impartial and fair to all. He nlso
state I that there was no present repre
senta .ion east of State strjet. That no
the present meeting did nout represent thi,
all sections of the corpratio i, end be
registered his objection to selectiou of
the caudidates by one ma;t meeting.
A. J. Golden then as.ei how the if
Icouncilmen had been select:d in the sul
1 i ,.'t, sa. ing that he thought mass meet- hb
v ngs would delay tbinge too maunc, anl th
'. that in the past the couneil ,ne.t have ol
c:,-ceede.l themselves by lc.ault.
1. Ophelias Bourque stated that he want pr
ed to see a committee appointed to he
have tohem select the propoJ4l Lounl'il
icsr ..t the prescnt meetin~, and warted he
the mass meeting to endorse tum and
A committee of t.n were al,'.tted,
Lg gninng with tn. name of Mr. h . T. sC
I r.auve, who dee.:rl tc act si
The following comat cre iai aIsmedt "
•. Montagnl. If
D. L. MePherson.
A. J. Golden.
J. X. Greet. .
C. F. Gritnmer.
C. C. Broussard,
O. J. ('hauvln. tl
1)esir, TrhnLit. I
F. J. Wa*,mte
John I ttpYte, e
After a few minutes recess the com- o
.,itee reported as follows: a
Your committee, apoM a to select o
Ave names for oandidate ot f ouscs e
men, sdbmit th followiat gami : a
OPiELIAS BOOQItQ .
J. AIONCE BOUDBZAUX
I B. Ii. T3BB3 t.
D. .. MCOlPPHE OI. I
SA. A. DUR.U
to soeve without paf.
ad The secretary read aloud the report,
le, after which Ophelima Bourque asked to
be substituted, giving his reasons for I
not wanting to serve,.
Tse lhe committee again retired and re
turPning gave th na Of
It was then moved, gtonded and
carried that the mNs meeting approve
and endorse the name subitted, which
brougat forth maueb applSat .
)10. The eharlman thean asked that if auy
11t. other candidates wished to havr theil
nata names qpoa the ballot to hnad them
on in, at which time M. T. Gordy euggest.
ttry ed that the eomaMitte cal pon t he
and other eandidatel and hav temt submit
.n. their names not lMte t I3 Thtiedai
ant noon, March 4th, in edlaml thoNeo
lion mayor and chied e plts
tab' At this init ti M. P L a-ea of'
bed, fered his name for the See of mayor
ille, to serve without pay.
F of A committee eompemdA 4M . T. Gor*
dy and John Lapoet t appeinted ao
've the named a who may
isi- to eab"t
lan It w Undersea the other
stale- eandid .ea Wks wene
Rill- not ohtgod t YF 0i
l. T. toay VN 'W
u. nd' csh, .,. ,it" . i .\I .1, l ti bri U
JL:L,'hiu '. n, , 1:1~ 'i t\u th thei .. t' t
u: u.h ill. r iv l ;i a i .t .,i t itl t.l i I 't:I I 'l,
iii, I or r, ,co n n, n, t, h ," th ' E',rI
,,,,r (I . t, .1 !II)() . - I· ' , . T 111 11e t'l,.
~llil h1\ L 111 f:Il I - 1 I lt11 the 11,'.1 \ ..,,
hI. i Lt u l,: I , . , t ,I n 'it It. ' til
that , ls it I,, f4lllt l II IIl T ll- , I
"l'i. ....ut ,r ew w ilnl x, 1 wl.ti t:h ii tho
hilt .. itt tti. tii'. t i tii In t td i it t it t o -
".i ! ,ta, ts, t in, till Tr ,, t h ' I: tir ,
yer, Rtcine a. it li ( ;eiit.ait i tres it
Viiti, tUt. T ire bothi IUti'gh.
\'h.t n . lke i i, ot ir, lgrtl t i :i t, ,. it
T1htel iaore n ,ieurttu to r ,snr ,l l he
hwis, i, . a ol a the rotl' r -, the
to, lW't1. ,l s e, lit, i T' ickt the i tir I:i, lk
al.o, handles th,. lhe thu ns 11,1,...,1 tr
For, .ars and Trucks; Fi-kh., ,e,",l
tkcLin. asol one ils, greases arde ae
I trientdi lorally atid is painstakitig ii
The Lusine.5 i1. owned by Ri. V. Wiol
a. . the lighte of ,lay in ergi of. their
itcerni serta i. They are bpth hustlinrl
tln, areo (.urtTou. k to eTeryti,~ cy.
Lewis H. Wood a brothler ,,f the
oWt'ners, h:rs charge of the fit'",& bod-k
keaing and office detail Te has manly
tibe interest of the establish-nd t.
W. F. Knighten has charge of the
Knighten is a mechanic of tlhe i, rh
1 est qualifications, having spent several
years in the epllooe of the Ford aui
Sother Automobile factories it ille
h ince coming to Vermilion ParIsh
Sall these getntleieiit male huirelcs
1 of warm frienllis among our ,i:siie.
e Thi,' are fully alive to thie ,.immunitv's
f b'st interests as exemplified in their
e liberal patrinage of any measure that
tmiight be advanced in t:oe intcrest o,
e the territory that constitutes thliir
It 4 hwre of action.
liahles .100ho. in tli* maflss meeting rLE 1
s,-rnd them t the se,"'etary of State. II
The meeting was then adjourned.
Since the meeting of Monday nig!it
much expression of appreciation ha.
been expressed, and so also some dis
:satisfaction, but it is felt t tat .the
election will take place as scheduled
tthat will be the turning
tee for de , bt sines the
seletioa by the mass meeting several
of them have withdrawn and'expressed
themselves hiehIlv pleased with the ef
forts of the meeting.
The mayor of Abbeville has issued
his proclmnnatifn en'ling the municipal I
electi "n. A meeting of tie cou::il wi'l U
undoubtellv bee he'd by the time this 0
paper is printed and definite arlauge
ments will he ma1, for holling t',"
election. It is not known now whether
the election will be hell under the
town charter, or accorut i to a law of
the State of Louisiana.
However the tide goes, Ao b . l l is
t now assured of a new a waketul' : .,1
t that she will be put where she :ighly
SNo matter how the election :e-!ts ,'
e if tie people of Abbeville expect re
sults they must organize a comnmrr.ial
body and a civice leaue and : t behtiv
the town authori' a-dd hi,: them
a solve the many c,:aplex and anulacious
t problefts that continually confmai.t the
town from all angles. Our town can
b 1e only what we make it, so lets make i
;t worth w 'e for all and it will then
he worth while for each of us.
No one need to think that a new
,, council will go in to turnthe town ups
side down. Not a bit of it. Tye
Swork of a couueil today wo.' be to
see thpt we go forward, frwaRcd, to the
front where we can say we are tmlcrs,
In accordance with section Two of i
the charter of the town of Abbeville,
La, there shall be held on Monday I
April hth. 1920 at Abbeville, La an
I election under the general election law*
I- of the state of Louisiana, and the said
section two of the charter of the town
wt of Abbeville, La, for the purpose of
l1. electh g a Mayor, Five Aldermen, and
a town Marshal.
By virture of the authority in me
vested as Mayor of the town of Abbe
ville, La., Thus done this day and date
March 1st. 1920. W. . HAYES.
rt, OOEzemo wI0oTO.
ion, 17th Judicial District Court.
No. `o. 1143.
re u oM of alea Miniqu e.
Probate Docket. d
and Whereas, Rosn'ie Minique and Jhn
use Sinegel, eo.admtiIstrators of thle aboheI
deb numbered and entitled estate have fil. 1
ed in this Honorable Court a tableau
to debts and charg"U together with
ahei br i etitin to have the same approv
be ed and homologated,
et Therefore, notice is hereby given to
the all whom it dcs or mav concern to !
it show entle within the delay prescrib .
ed by law, why the said tableau of
debts and charges should not be ap
proved and homnlo atell this
oif Clerk's O.ec, tbbeville, L this
vyor 27th day of ebruarv, 1920.
o Clerk of Court.
d .or Irotssard & Samson, attorneys.
tht' 8ly mare, about 10 years old, white
wets spot on end of aole, about 950 lbs., not
tgeti* for work, left my place about
4. two months ago. Reward for its retura.
e. - OISE BOOUDEA X
I NW t IltoaI4
The Price Of The
Is Increased By
One Hundred Dollars
Renshaw Motor Company
Ulliii ilu * !ifUU llUf lllllE I llmI llfU iI. I U U U U IEillll nIIIIiln
Two-Story Brick Building
ON ONCORD STREET
Pressed Brick Front. Cement Floor
Lot 30 x 70 Feet. Building 30 x 60 Feet.
P R IC E ................................ . ....... $10,000.00
1-4 Cash; balance 1 to 10 years
A. O. LANDRY
"I SELL THE EARTH"
guil.ulilaIUUll !igu a aii , i' aiimniii ; llmilliwllWlA ý i"
WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT WE HAVE
RECEIVED OUR LINE OF
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Our Line of Groceries has been Enlarged.
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MY BAKERY BUSINESS CONTINUES TO BE
OPERATED WITH QUALITY AND SERVICE AS
SHA ALWAYS BEEN MY CUSTOM.
PROMPT DELIVERY AT ALL TIMES
E. C. VILLEMEZ
tate Street. Phone No. 39.
I J. A. SUMMERS
Kerosine and Crude
o10 to 100 H. P.
o FOR IRRIGATION PURPOSES
S ASK: HE MIGHT KNOW
-i The Merits of a Bank
SWhen you choose your bank you expect:
O sra-tainr of accommodation. Safety for your deposits.
goCoteous and efcient iardltng of yotr bafkll trnssctiofll
e Our record for providing for all these safe-guards is
t an open book and well known to the publico. -:- -:- -:
We have never been known to "lay off" the
to matter of extending accommodations to our custom
to ers. We pride ourselves in the fact that we always
rb ~ take care of their wants and business needs.
p-P T Our membership in the Federal Reserve system
his with the privilege it gives of backing our own ncels
against anything and any emergency insures safety
. for your deposits and certainty of all merited ac
There are well satisfied cu:stowrs5 of this Bank
ito in every neighborhood in this section.
S First National Bank
d The Ba- .th a gSoul.