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Willie J. Bienvenu Reuben Bienveiu ' Zerben H. Bienvenu
BI1NV :NU BROS
Leaders of Fashions - Competition Proof
In ,Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Shoes, Gent's Furnishing and Ladies'
We are ready to show the most attractive lines you have ever had the pleasure to look upon. Every new feature of
this season, exquisite styles will be shown in our windows Sunday, be sure to see our line. You will be delighted
and surprised both as to our Style and Low Prices. Our vast collection will embody every new Mode and Fashion
expressed by the foremost fashion makers and couturieres. You will sei the correct style at popular prices in all the
new and desirable materials, we foresaw coming conditions, and our.buyer in New York, plunged for us nearly
six months ago, making purchases and placing orders way below present prices, consequently you can buy every
thing from us at prices that cannot be duplicated. Be sure to see our line it will mean a considerable saving for
all. Rememder all our goods are from New York to your back direct.
F IF IT IS NEW, IT IS HERE,
IF IT IS HERE, IT IS NEW.
When you visit New Orleans
Stop at the
EUROPEAN PLAN, ;t UP.
Dauphine and Iberville *trepts.
A. D. STEWART, Manager.
larch 10th Patriotic lDj.
Col. T Sambola Jones, Chair.
man and Manage~bf the Speakers'
Bureau of the State Coundil of
Defense, he issued a leIttr to the
clergy of le entire State suggest
ing that they designate Sunday,
March 10th, as Patriotic'Day, on
which day the ministers of the
various denominations will stress'
to their respective congregations
the importancy of each ipdividual
activity springing to the task of
exercising their effort to assist the
government in being victorious in
the present world war conftiict.
The letter is quoted below:
Having been placed iq charge of
the Speakers' Bureau of the kitate
Council of Defense by Governor
R. G. Pleasaut, I am undertaking
to organize and co-ordinate all the
patriotic activities of the citizenry
of Louisianaip behalf of and be.
bind all the' movements Idoking to
the winning of tje war behalf
Of democracy and umani y. Lay.
men are now canvassing the State
4 this suireme undertaking, and
our foremost men art consee4ating
themselves to this purpose.
It is considered of vital impor
tance that the clergy of the 8tpte,$
of all denominations, abould join
with us in this patriotie'service. I
am, therefore, asking if you will
not name Sunday March 10th, as
Patriotic Day, officially urging the.
ministry under your jurisdiction
select such texts as will be appro
priate to the occasion, to thorough.
ly advertise the same and to in
elude in their discourses, among
other lessons in patriotism, the im
portant duty of every citisen to t
pbeerve, support and carry out to
the fall extent of big or her ability
all of the requests and demands of
their government in relation to
r- every public, personal and private
f If we are to hold to the priceless
Is treasures of freedom, liberty and
t- peace with honor, we most not on
y, ly practice self-denial, but we must
n make sacrifices. We must multi
ko ply our food production for both
I man and beast and limit consump
stion to the lowest level of absolute
1l neqessjty; we must supporf with
>f our individual efforts and our
ie means the demands of the Red
n Uross, the Y. M. (0. A., the Smil
L eage, Meatless, Wheatless, Heat
less days, Thrift Stnlmp, War Sav
of ing Campaigns, and finally w
e musttwhen the call is made, over
r subscribe the Third Liberty Loan,
- and we imut not grow weary in
e well-doing. We must feel mid
Y know that we are ultimately to, Ibar
i the brunt of the mkst stupendous
war of all time that is now upon
f us; that our gallant sons ire freely
giving up their lives to it and tha
5 we cannot turn back until victory
crowns our dorts.
Soliciting your cordial and hear
ty co-operation, and urging that
you give this all'the publicity pos
sible, I havethe honor to remain,
(Signed) T. Siuaoij JONES,
-r6 )tncan P. Young, aseo inte
editor, Gulf States Farmer, New
Orleans, was here Thursday.
-Mr. George Stailey who was a
resident of this town several years
ago, was on a bwainesa Ieg this
A large variety of patterns
to select from.
MADE TO ORDER
Perfect Fit Ouaranteetl
ASK TO SEE
About two hundred strictly
all wool pattens on display.
Jhe values are exceptional.
-Will you supply eyes for the
Navy? Navy shipe need Binocu
lars and Spy-Glasses. Glasses will
be returned at termination of war,
if woesible. One dollar will be
paid for each one accepted. Tag
each article with your n'ame and
addrese and express or mail to
Hon. Franklip D. Roosevelt Asset.
Se'cy. of Navy care Naval Obser.
vatory, Washington, D. C.
List what you have for sale with
me, especially real estate. The de
mands are good. LaizaireBieavenu 1
real etate and fire insurance agent.
See my spring goode-Schwartsz
United States of America,
Western District of Louisiana
In the United States District Court in
and for said District
Opelosas Division. No. 1389
In matter of Cesaire Melancon,
PETITION FOR DISCHARGE
To she Honorable GeO. Whitfield Jack,
Judge of the Distriel Court of the United
States for the Weestern Distriet
Cesaire Melanuon. of Breaux Bridge.
in the Parish of St. Martin and State of
Louisiana, in said District, respetfully
represent that on the 22nd day of No
vember, 1917 last past, he was duly
adjudged bankrupt under the Acts of
Congress relating to Bankruptey; that
he has duly surrendered all his property
and rights of property, and has fully
complied with all the requirements of
said acts and of the orders of the Court
touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore He Prays that be may be
decreed by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under maid bankrupt acts. ex
cept such debts as am excepted by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 23rd day of December A. D.
CESAIRE MELANCON. Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON
Weet. rn District of Louisiana.
On this 22ud day of February A. D.
1918. on reading the foregoing petition.
it is Ordered By The Court that a hear
ing be had upon the same on the 22nd
day of March A. D. 1918. before Honora
ble Peyton R. Sandoz, Referee and Spe
cial Master, at Opelousas, Louisiana. in
said District. at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon; and that notice thereof be pub
lished in St. Martinville Messenger of
St. Martinville. La.. a n.. -pap; r print- I
rd in said iDistrict. and that all known I
er"lditore and other persons in interest
nmty appe'ar at the waitt time and place
all show can-i,, if any they have. why e
t!,- prayer of haid aetitlouer should not I
be granted. C
And It Is Further Ordered by the i
Court, that the clerk shall send by mail l
to all kanown creditors copies of said 1
Iptition and this order, addressed to I
them at their places of residence as
Witness the Honorable Geo. Whitfeld e
Jack, Judge of the said Court, and the P
seal thereof, at Shreveport. In said Dis- *
trict, on the 22nd day of February. A D. o
Attest: M. B. LEROY. Clerk. Ii
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Seed Rice For Sale.
Only a few sacks:
Honduras Seed Rice
left, Laizaire Bienvenu
See my spring good-SchwrtA
Mrs. Clarence Rousel, delegated
a by the local Chapter of Bed Cross,
n went to New Orleans Monday,
where she will remain fifteen days,
taking a course in Red Cross work,
in order to be able to teach the
members in their work, which will
oommence as soon as Mrs. Rowu
d eel returns from the city.
The Ladies of the Red Cross are
° getting things in shape for a big
minstrel on Monday April First
i and expect to have a very large at.
` FOR SALE OR RENT
The property of Mr. Jules Delabou
, saye next to Duchamp Hardware Co.. on
SMain street, reuideoee and store. For
particular see Lalsaire Benveanu.
t Aspasie Martin
r Jean Domes et als
19t1 Judicial District Court
Parish of t. Martin. State of Louisiana,
By virtue of a writ of Flier-Faciau
suned out of the 19th Judiial District
Court, in and for the Parish of 8t. Mar
tin, State of Louisiana. in the above en
titled and numbered suit. dated this
25th day of Jan. 1918.
I have seised and will proceed to ell
at public auction to the last and high
at bidder at the trout door of the Court
House. between the legal sale hours (I1
a. m. to4 p. m. In the Town of St. Mar
tinville La.. on
Saturday March 9, 1918,
the following mentioned and described
p roperty, to-wit:
The undivided one-third of that eer
taiu tract of land situated in the 6th
ward of the Parish of St. Martin, Lou
aisana, with all the improvements there
on, and thereto belonging, contalulnng
in all sxty three (63) arpeats In super
fieal area, bounded North by land of
August Boudreaux, South by that of E
Begnand, Bust by Bayou Teehe, and
West by land of Augusta Boudresau.
Also that certain tract of land mea
suring tea and one-half arpents in so
perficial area, with all the improve
ments thereon, situated in the 5th ward
of the Parish of t. Martin, La.. West of
Techo, bounded North by lands of then
Dqmne and Potter. South by laud of An
gelina Bernard, Mrs. Lormand, East by
Bayou Teche and West by land of A. A.
Raneonet. It being the upper ten and
one-balf arpents of lot (2) of Partition
executed between Angellna Bernard t
ais Recorded March 4th 1913, la Book
71. folio 173, No. 36640.
8eised to satisfy above writ.
Terms and conltsionl--e as.
Sheritre eMe this iL th day of Jan.
A. D. 1918.
1WADs 0. MarmN, Sheriff