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SATURDAY, July 21, 1917
BIDS FOR COAL.
Bids to supply the two high schools e
with 19 tonls of coal will be received up
to and icrluding Aug. 4, 1917 by the
Executive Cemluittee of School B.ard. v
Right is reserved to reject any and bids.
For full particulars write to
F. O. CHAVEZ. 8
Secty School Board, St. Martinville. La.
Bauk of Arnaudville
Dan P. Martin
19th Judicial District Court.
State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Martin.
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale
issued out of the 19th Judicial District I
Court. in and for the Parish of St. Mar- a
tin, State of Louisiana. in the above en
titled and numbered suit, dated this 14th
day of June A. D. 1915. ii
I have erized and will proceed to sale a
at Public Auction to the last and high
est bidder at the front door of the Court
House, between the legal sale hours (11 il
a. in. to 4 p. m.) in the Town of St. Mar- f
Saturday August i ith, 1917,
the followinug mentioned and described
That certain tract of laud situated in
the Parish of St. Martin, La., contain- t
tig Twenty five (25) arpents iu superfi
cial-area, Bounded North by land for
merly belonging to Raoul Lastrappes.
South by that of Bank of Breaux Bridge. f
East by Public Road and West by Ba- (
you Teche. together with the land all
the buildings and improvements there
on and thereto belonging.
Seized to satisfy above writ.
Terms nod conditionU-cash.
Sheriff's office, parish of St. Martin,
this 5th day of July A. D. 1917.
WADE O. MARTIN. Sheriff.
Twenty-one acre farm partly c
in the Corporation of St. Mar- E
tinville at a very reasonable
price, will make terms to suit.
Real Estate Agent.
TO THE FARMER.
If you hate anything to sell pertaining
to agriculture, horticulture live-stock.
dlairying, etc., write the Colmmilasoner
of a iculture, Baton Rouge. La.. and he
wil use every effort to dispose of any
thi g growl, on the farm in Louisiana.
'tle Commissioner has inargurated a
Bureau of Markets and wants to aid you
ill every way possible.
Mouton Brothers vs Heuri Gerac
19th Judicial District Court in anud
for Ilaria Parislh,
State of Louisiana.
By virtue oi a writ uof feri facia issnnu
ed by the 19th Judicial District Court of
Louisiaua in and for tue Parlsll of Ibe- I
rna, Louisianau. dated June 16th. 1917. in
tihe s!ovir numbered and entitled cau-e
and t,, wo dlrectel, I have sei-ed and
taken Iln my possesson anld will sell for
cash at publice auction io tihe last ainl
highest bildder at tile trout door of the
Court House at St. Martinville. LouisI
ana, Parish of St. Martin. Louisiana.
between legal sale hours on
Saturday July 28th, 1917
tle fldlowing described property.to-wit:
A certaiu tl act of wood or swamp land
situated ill St. Martin Parish. Louisiana,
contaiulng about eleven acres, ainil
being an undlivided interest in a certain
tract of wood land coutainiugabout
four hundred twenty acree andut ac
quired by Pierre Gerac et als from P J.
J. Moulton by Act No. ILt95 iu Book 43 p.
173 of tihe recordls of tile recorder's office
for St. Martin Parish. La.
Sheriff. St. Martin Parish, la.
We do all kinds of Printing
Milck Cows for sale, L. Bienvenu
Ralph Bienvenu is visiting rela
tives in Broussard.
Miss Sally Kelso is spending a
few days in Morgan City
--Mr. J. J. Fournet of Lafayette
was visiting here Wednesday.
Mr. Leonard Resweber made a
trip to New Orleans this week.
-Mr. Jerome Mouton of Lafay
ette was on a visit here Sunday.
--Mrs. E. E. Voorhies of Leon
ville was visiting here this week.
-Miss Hilda Sandoz of Opelou
sas is here guest of Miss Lucille
Messrs. Vergel Moss and Chas.
Boudreaux of Erath were visiting
Mr. Cleveland Delahoussaye of
Jeanerette spent some time in
town this week.
-Miss Perle Simon of New
Iberia is guest of Misses Verna
and Lizzie Knight.
Mr. Harry Knight of Houston
is here to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Knight.
-Mrs. Wm. Bassett of Eunice
is here visiting at the home of her
father, Mr. A. V. Fournet.
-Miss Orleans Bienvenu enter
tained a few of her friends to a
water-mellon treat Sunday.
-Mr. Chas. Guerin of Port Ar
thur is here visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Guerin.
Sister Martini and other sisters
from New Orleans are here at the
Convent to spend a few days.
- Misses Goldie and Colette Re
sweber are on a visit in Opelousas
guests of Miss Gladys Broussard.
-Mrs. Alfred Gilpi of New Or
leans is on a visit to relatives here
at the home of Mrs. Dan DeBlanc.
Miss Douce Nectoux entertained
a number of her friends Wednes.
day night nice refreshments were
Mrs. Bud Thomas and children
of Breaux Bridge are here, visiting
her jarents, Mr. and Mrs Auguste
Miss Tully Gary returned home
this week after spending some time
Messrs. Chas. Roy, Sidney and
Louis Lastrapes and Clayns Po
tier leave Monday to enlist in the
--Mrs. Frank Dauterive of New
Iberia was here this week visiting
at the home of her brother, Mr.
Dan. W. Voorhies.
Mrs. K. Schwartz left this week
for New Orleans where she will
spend several weeks with her mo
ther, Mrs. S. Pecard.
-Mise Bessie Labbe had a sur
prise party as her house last Sun
day night and all present had a
ipost delightful time.
S-Mrs James J. Martin enter
tained the Afternoon Euchre Club
Tuesday. Cakes and refreshments
Swere served to the guests.
-Rev. M. Haligi, S. J., is here
replacing Rev. Canon Peeters who
left for New Orleans this week, to
attend the annual retreat for the
Really there is nothing to can.
t ning fruit and vegetables except
care, cleanliness, fresh products,
. jars, and heat.
-The man with ambition may
never gain what he years for, still
She gets lots of excitement trying
for it, and he is all the stronger for
Y Al the latest styles are
now displayed in our ?
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We are in a posi
tion to give all'
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. ful attention.
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your letter- heads
and other printed
business. - - We *
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