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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920.
Pay your poll tax now.
W. O. W. EIECTION MONDAY.
A!L,. rt I'arin, of Nunez, was a visitor
.1 J. DIjean was a visitor to tGuey
.iau this week.
1'. (. R Burgois, was a visitor to
En:,th t',is wc ,k.
S.\xoo Thez' l was a visitor t.
::.a this week.
E. M. Stebbins was a visitor to New
Or.leans this week.
J. E. Trahan, of Kaplan, was a visi
tor here Monday.
Watson Wood was a business visit)r
to i ranklin this week.
J. HIolmes was a business visitor
..layette this week.
foster Rogers, of Kaplan, was a vis
itor in Abbeville Sunday.
W. B. Gordy left Wednesday for a
business visit to Houston.
ý. A.ne Bernard was a business vi:.i
tur to New Iberia Monday.
David Seller and Adam Morton,
motored to Kaplan Thuredry.
Miss Niobe Vitello returned Mond.ay
from a pleasant visit in Crowley.
Henry Flory, of Houston, was a viai
#or hcle, returning home Tuesday.
Miss Dorothy Golden returned Mon
,a.;" ,,m a visit to Baton Rouge.
..t;. a.d Mrs. Milton Roudreaix, of
Delcambre, were visitor here Sunday.
T. B. Moore, of Lafayette, was the
guest of Miss Stella Bouligny Sunday.
Shis Brousiard left Tuesday t'r Port
Ah.!l.:r, where he will make his home.
Mises Lillian and Nola Henry, of
Henry, were visitor In Abbeville Thurs.
MLA. Maserole, of Morse, who has
.been visiting relatives and friends hers,
returned home Tuesday.
Miss Mabel Young returned home on
'i lay from a visit to her sister, Mrs.
i. ers, at Elpaso, Texas.
Mrs. J. E. Strode returned Wednes
day from a visit to relatives in New
Iberia and other places.
Mrs. Paul Eleazar, of Kaplan, came
in Teslday for a few (lays visit here
with relatives and friends.
Mrs . J. O.Navarre, of 'rowley, was
t. '' *t of Mrs. W. B. Savarre Sunt
L home Moeday.
Mis,.* I'nna ichlardson and Lucille
Ly':,s returnl Tues'lay from a visit
to Lake ('harles aud Salphur.
Messrs. Prrlitis an! Otto Bolin, of
the L. S. t°., were :rere visitiang ftrin.ls
aild relatives, retur'iBng Monday.
RI~cl lice anttd idterQ, Miss Nouun.
R' ...r.'i over t, Oberlin T ,urs:hy. Mr.
i" rit'rned home Tuesday t" train.
Miss Lillian Cadce, of Baneke., was
tin:'ig here Sunday and Mondiy, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Broussard.
'4UI, OMCE Is A t
lons -ge OS1) lOt 'b C6bA!S
rn wUa .-m) out G6WSM4 '"
Ms' lW I tM &es8I@tN it.L
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN
Hats off to the (;lolon Bluster, who
puts the Klhosh on the ('relpe Hanger.
He radiates ('heer like a Warm Cat
dispenses Purrs and laughs at Wor
rles that cause the Average Man's hair
to Curl. The Gloom Buster has a Good
Word for Everybody and Everybody
has a Good Word for Him, What's
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MONDAY! W. O. W. ELECTION.
Rev. B. O. Wood went to New Or-:
leans Monday to be in attendance at an'
adjouied meeting of the Presbyterians
Miss Ella Primeaux, of Kaplan,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays in our
city, as a guest of Miss Belle LeBlane.
Mrs E. E. Broussard, of Gu.ydan,
visited Abbeville Tue.-lay and we.,,rel,
,lay between trains dinlg some shopjI
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Ophilas Bonrque will be glad to learn
that Mrs. Bourque is very much im
C. Vincent, new poli.e juror of the
Ninth Ward, who surceedtd Jos. E.
Broussard, was a business vitstor here
Dave Toups left Sunday for Sulplher
where he has excepted a position, Mrs.
Toups will leave in a day or two to
join him there.
I4 L. Flaeuerson, new Pollee juror
ad Ub Xkht Wad. who aeuesedd
Miss Cecile Boturdier, of New Iberia,
who is visiting here, and Miss Wattda
ltroussard, were visitors to Kaplan the
first part of the week.
Mrs. la. C. Locke, of Go-,+?re,.t:,
Texas, who was formerly Miss Itenr;ce
ta Flory, is visiting here, at t:. home
of her brother, S. J. Flor;'.
Misses Wnllda Brous-ard, Cecil Bon
iier. C'rmen ,alid Belle and Camille
.cUB!n,, and Mrs. Claudia Hughes
motored to bratlh 8und-y.
Mr. and Mrs. Nex L.lBlane and Mrs.
.I. 1). MGerIee,,. of C'rowley, motoredl
here Sunday, and account of rain had
to remain over until Tuesday.
Miss Bertha Hlbert, of Kaplan, vi -
ited here during the first part o' t1e
.cek, a guest of hier uncle and 'lrt?,
M\r. and Mrse. Cleomere Hebert,
Mrs. Rodriguez, of New Orleans, and
'urtis Vidrime of Crowley, motore*l ;n
Alleville Thanksgiving day and wee
ite guests of Miss Niobe Vitello.
Mrs. Etlan Paurant antid ons, I'r.i
:nd Rob.rt, left Monday for 'Port Ar.
.hlur, Texas, where they will jotu \tr.
.'aurant, aind make their home ther,.
:Miss Dora Broussardl. who is teaclhiag
".rheal, in A.adia parish, was on a visit
..ere. the g tea of hbr nmother, Mrs.
E:dlias Braussard, returning Wcdnesdlay.
Mrs. J. E. lLHrper returned Tueslay
:rom a visit to Gueydlnn, nd was ac
-mmpained home by Mrs. J. W. Gardi
.ar and Mrs. G. L. Gardiner, both of
Mrs. Theodore Blanchet and Mrs.
Roolnph Bernard, of Lake Charles, were
visitors here, guests at tiCe hom of
Mrs. Olivier Blauchard, returni::g ho.,n
Rev. W., . Wagoner and .*-lietrcn;
of the Norfh Mississippi Coni;.enr,
came in Tuesday. Mrs. Wagiht,,rr1 "ho
has been ill, will follow later. Bt*,',
Wa,;giner will have chargi of the .1,
;1. Church, douti, at this place.
Clar' ifle Blanchette died at his home
a, Abbe ille. La., on Wednesday, Dec.
-t. 1i~l!. at 2 a, m. at the aged of 81
•amrs. The funeral took plee frJom his
- ...., t C. lot, t~0sV9tS 4 p. a:
I vi, ro, hs I that MW UUrttp.
The tabulation of the I ':nr rIl" :'t`
show telegraph summary to 1t ,. rr,,'.
There were 1204, hals ,f , .t :.
.counting round as half Iatt.41,n !
in 'ermilion Parish, fromr t he
1920 lplrior to Nov. I th, t. I,
comlaruI t with :.el:;I I, : I. u t "n
Nov. 11th, 1919.
Mr. an, rst Mr.0. . Ni,,
;u1,1 1 , . lto~ - h .t, . r t"
! WI a ·th t ; ,; 1 lie, . s, l .. , '. ýýý , I
,,n tl iv . .u ll ,t,,,I e y \Ie r. :.1sr: \ rt r
,zstn ifrtn. T !.. f ,rt , - u h:
n, '.il ti ito, f thui. n'.,'1 r. Mt-., ;,(
li:r . lourqu.e h;. h;l ;rnlt t 1rie to
S , r.iow Roil , t llarlr to rec .l:, r :. i
!,Mr. altd Mrs. . thert .. ,Woo, ae .
in ... tes' flt v , ri Va' rgia... where Mr.1
I wille remenof tirli that Mnr. r. wna l IS
his le at work. His anr friend arei
gla to e hroadim well aain, althouh,
Mr. a ,ndl Mrs. R. 1.. .lreiV. ofd tame
eity, anet to his pr e to gd t well, Itof
n, were quietl married on the leg sometimot
n the a4t wor. Thisy went to ds are
gited at the home f hll r again, although,r
rl.le Bourgois . Mrs. E 1. L. r ldredge
oent to 24an e tte to meet then. Theyw C
came here and spent a few taaay, rt*
turning to their home Tuesda.,
Magnolia Grove NoU. 170. Woodman:
Circle, Elected the foflot ing oftirers
Werdnedlay night, Dic. 1st. Ethel
Bourqlue, Pa.at Gaudlian, Mart- M
n'omisky, Gandian; Winnie Esc adier,
Advise:.r Mary Borligny, Clerk.
Zul'ua, Melebeck, Banker: Carrie Ewing,
Attendant; 'oserphine Broussard, As.
,istant attended; C'rsuie Broussard,
Inner Sentinal; F. L. Milebeck, Outer
a I. Kibba Ida. o.ad,
11a 'OBrat, Manager Physinais;
FI. A. Eldredge, and Harald Edwards:
Meeting was well attended, two ap
lications were read, Iuetallation of
Jfficerd will take place Jan 3th, 7:30
W. O. W. IL1O'tION.
Notice is herchby given that the W.
i. W. will rlect oficers on Monuday
tight, Dec. A%,, lat 7 p. m., being a half
tour tallier thain usual, Please attend
P. J. WHITE, Clerk
FROST PBOOF OCA. AGE PLANTX
Waketfield. urcession, Fl- tdutcht,
,arcel-i,ost ptopail, 100 3s; :00 $1.00;
00 $I1.50; 1,000 $2.50. Full count and
delivery guaranteed. Express f. o. b.
here, 1,000 $2.00; 3,000 $1.75; 10,000
up $1.50. Full count guarenteed. D. F.
• amison, sllummerville, 8. C.
BALE OF SCHOOL BUILDING,
Abbeville, La., Dc. 2, 1920.
Pursuant to a resolution of the \'Ver
milion Parish School Board adopted on
May i ., 1920, the Good Hope school
;iniing located in the 9th Ward will
Ie sold to the last anl highlest bidder
. Saturday, D"c. 11th, 1920, at the
hivy scho,,l, at It mt. m.
Tihe Board ritsrvtes the right to re'
:t any and all bids.
ti U. WILLIAMS,
---An idle hour can le nale cut of ima
rovement and l ,leasure without a cent
,f cost. Use the Pubie lblrat.
NeQ Chri stmras Pillows
(brlsttfas tilae t rabg out a lot 01
bandlote net' pilloWs. becftUe the.
lte aifta gilted to everyobe. Above,
tWi Se pIleturted, Ib made o
ch btfble tareta andl sf4 a u t ti
ribbua. they will uit utthep dling ae
beG teIWns Tb. cireular pillow et
tafeta II sirtrred over c~ttmr eate sad
I u~1tuWn hig~tmlthsM
Real Estate for Sale
I, : b N. ought f.,;r a i .,f ,
, ,, ,,r f of its cost.
,, ith imnlroven, tt.s
n,, al bath EI r .,
-1 " . X ,,.1, , . t a .,'ilt :,-1 .:1 Ia
t 1 111, 1.,l " 11:
".I. : 1',r I l ' ", Itr i 1. . ;; 1
1,, ~ , it ' front 1 0 '1 . ,,
r tI 1uar ar. r 1
1.i " :?! ii 4 t r " r vb
1 ; c' jair ut and
Loft A'.drew about three woks a;,,,
i lark i,rnwn mare about 7 .
weighs betweien 1900 and 1 ono n , ~i
anl a brown mule, about . Y ros cl, ,
:nLdium size, has long hair. The brar,
,.f both is unknown. l3,th left to
-etf.r. Finder please return to or no
tift TELESMAR IHARRITNTOUN,
33-4t Andrew, Ls.
ROOM FOR RBENT,
One room with bat I rorrn ttchel.
Apply to Mrs. J. F. Stan: iry.
..What dIn you wish to knowl There is
,mnctthing on the subject at the th blic
Wood Motor Co. for Tires.
q Some users of prining
prices, fpr w by getm
ding inferior work and lose
dollars through lack of ad
vertising value in the work
they g Prieasrule
charge very reasonable
prices, for none of themBb
a good pltean absem mse.#
Chrlitmas brings to the baby many
dalnty fts. A plilow of wash silk
and a little Jackt of pink flannel am
shown in the picture above both of
them glorlied by trimning of narrow
untin ribbon. A mall oblong pillor,
of down is provided with a silk cover,
having loops of ribboo set about the
edge. A quilting ef atlm ribbon Sa
Ishe the edges of the jacket.
Furbelows for Maids
Yltal a filt wtl relokleri i;
hech new maI Abelows of sib
bon uas e. l iHe Christ
uaa bilagS L, .ces oerI
ls a cll 1 l l 8rdle with a
bag to mlatc that ill tible. This
atret for t itr is made of
ntotid ithe glowing
The g Ir l i at the lefi
gid aad bhags palte o *d44
The bag 1s am *pssp ded
Sa uw sat lam a silk
Iimi.~~ Iln pd o, as;