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N A R ICH SUGAR
YQ1.45, Hahnville, Louisiana, Saturday,
VIOLASSES AND RICfc PRODUCING COUNTRY L
MARCH, 9. 1918
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*7. CHARLES HARALE>.
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t>K.cr< J a.' it-t Posto fiict at Halniill
La., cs tecona cta%\matter
SITUuDAY March 9 1918
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will lay ot*i nntii tfc
s#- a 1, co »m ideation* mini be wr'.tten oe
0 ae »Ide of *b« P*P*r.
e^-Tne full iiAirb und .« 1 'ru** of tne wrl
ter inrt«tM« , oaM*enveecb rocmitmnlretlonor
no publication, loit ora matter of ncixlfelth
• omnium« allons of perennal character
Will uni oe recognized,unless from respon
I Mile a ties In such cases a charge of
t.&u a i|uart will he made.
ew-News and interesting loce itease are re
ewetf oily solicited.
M uoit ukam-kk can hup ul
rreetly.U.eOeii wrll'nir to. or oiiylnggoode
tun our euv-Ttme:*. they will ctmptf 1 er
ay saw ttie*■ cardaln this paper«
BetHltllMliett February 15 . 1*73
erchk «'ntadvertlsementsllpers<iiiareflret
»» v iloa Kacii siihsoijiieut Insertion, Ofty
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ie coinm" i one year ... 0100.00
One-naircolumn one year • 60,00
IMe «pmi tei eo'iimn one year * - 86.00
teal cards one year • • 10.00
Adyertleements and «uhaeriptlon* are Col
tectslMelnynrialiiy *n advance
'BETTER FARMING"
With practical'} all other crop
work wel 1 started, it seems ns if
*he next announcement should be
«'all ah load for the sweet potato
crop "
This brings up the question of
the Sweet potato weavil and the
damage which he is causing to the
crop he e; and now is the time to
ask ourselves,- what are we gomg
to do about i: ?
We may not be able to eradicate
this pest in one season, but we can
greaib lessen the damage done by
careful attention to our own crops
a >d we can also further lessen this
c image by a little hit pf coopera
tive effort on the part of the far
mers in any given neighborhood
The first thing to do >s to plant
all potatoes as far away as possi
ble from the places where they
were p : anted last season. Plant
other en psof the old potato fields
and give these crops good,- ciean
cultivation, which is a good wry
to begin staiving this pest out of
our fields The weavil is a poor
travier, and does not spread readj
ly, except along a sweet potato
patch. Do not use any volunteer
vines which spring up on these old
patches, as they aie sure to be in
fested with the weavil if he was
present last season, or if the patch
was clean iast vear, he may have
introduce himself during the win
ter. This makes it imperative that
we destroy such volunteer vines
and depend tor this seasons's crop
on new vines, which should be pro
pagated from sound, clean tubers,
yvhich show no sign of weavil dam
age,- and then, to make sure, we
should fumigate ail seed stock
with Carbon Pisuiphide, (High
life) which will kill all living we.iV
ils and guarantee, clean vines for
the coming çrop
This all seems to be more trou
ble than we haye bee« usen to, but
if me want to talfe our place a
HH.ng the real farmers of modern
times, we will ijaye to get over o»rl
tyabit of dpiçg as aj Grand-lather |
sion
and
t o
tor
snow
** 1
tfc
oe
wrl
of
re
ul
er
spring sty|es
used to do. and fall in the line o
modern pngre-s. Times have
changed and c *nditio's are cliff -r
ent now than they were dur ng
giand-fathers days, and our loyal
ty to the old methods is age'y
dependent on our ignoranc • ot the
reai hard times that the rid timers
had to contend with. No on- man
has the right 10 hold back com
munity, and should ad insis that
our neighbors plant nothing but
weavil tree potatoes this vea and
also that we all make a Conceited
effort to destroy the hibernating
places as soon as the crops are
gathered in the fall
Geo. W Bohne,
County Agent
LIST OF JURORS
last ot Jurors drawn to serve at the
session of the 28th., Judicial district
Court in and for the Parish of St. Char
les, Louisiana, beginning on Mo* ay .the
1st, day of April 1918, to-wit:
C.raud Jury
Nos. Names Wards
1 P. N. Schexnaydre 5
2 Thomas Dufrenay 4
3 J. E. LeBlanc 3
4 James Baudouin 2
5 Ozeme Schexnaydre 2
6 A. Margiotta
7 Robert L. Manard
8 Olidee Cambre
9 John Candies
10 Emmett Dasch
11 Joseph Perrilloux
12 Felix Simoneaux
13 Ozeme Keller
14 Ed. S. Elliot
15 Lezin Landeche
16 Edward Bourgeois
17 S. J. Keller
18 P. J. Lorio
19 H. T. Lambert
20 Frank Christen, Jr.
Petit Jury 2nd week
Monday April 8th 1918J
1 Nicolas Webre
2 Luke Troxler
3 Sylvestre Oaubert
4 Walter R. Cliampngne
5 August Madere
6 W. A. Brady, Jr.
7 Frank Roux
8 Mims Hebert
9 Richard P. Madere
10 Joseph Lavergne
11 John Robert
12 Wiltz Frederick
13 Isidor Dufrense
14 Achille J. Haydel
15 J. B. Nicholas
16 Rudolphe Gauthreaux
17 J. A. Troxler
18 Antoine Gonzales
19 L. P'. Gainnie
20 John Fletas
21 John Lauve
22 Cyril Troxler
23 Oliver Troxler
24 Harry Oliver
25 Philip Templet
26 Ludger Rome Jr
27 A. L. Keller
28 P. O. Gubre
29 Walter Bergeron
30 Edward Boudreaux
A true copy from the original.
JP. W. Baudouin,
Dy. Clerk of Court.
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The Police Jury and School
Board met Tuesday in regular •ses
sion
Messrs U. J. and Stan'ey Keller
and J, C. Faucheaux were visitors
t o New Orleans Thursday
Assessor R. A. Dubroca was a
business visitor lo Baton Rouge
Thuisday
M rs. Septime Haydel was a visi
tor to New Orleans Tuesday
It is quite a relief not to find
snow shoes pictured among the
the
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War Savings Stamps
Will Win the War
Ik is the small drops of water that make the
mighty ocean. It is the innumerable grains of
that make the land. It will be the number
less quarters that will help win the war. Every
time you buy a stamp you help to make the
I world safer for you and your children.
$5.00 for $4.14
j Remember that you are not giving Unde Sam this
money. He is simply borrowing it from you and will
pay you back with big- interest. For every $4.14 yon
put into stamps between now and the first of April
receive $5.0^ in cash in 1923. Remember
are helping yourself by saving your own money
land you are helping your Government and your
[country.
BUY A STAMP TODAY*
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NOTICE
||In accordance with the terms of an or
" . ,
dinance adopted by the Police Jurv of
the Parish of St. Charles, the Police Ji -
ry of the Parish of St. Charles will re-'
ceive seal proposals for the ..urchase ..t
not less than par and accrued interest of
a certain road bond issue of Seventy
Thousand dollars (|70,000.00) authorized
by road district No. 2 of the Parish of
St. Charles at an election he.J in said
district on the 27th, day of March 1917,
The bid will be accompanied by certi
fied cheque to the order of the President
of the Police Jury of the Parish of St.
Charles,certified by a Louisiana Bank,
for Twenty Five hundred dollars ( $2500.
00); the cheque of the successful bidder
will be credited on his purchase price ,r
'
forfeited to the Parish of St. Charles in
the event of his failure to fulfill the co.i
ditions of his bid. The cheques of all un
successful bidders w : 11 be returned to i
them on rejection of,their bid '
The successful bidder will be furnish !
j , , . . .
ad a proper legal opinion as to ttie val- u
dity of the tionds at the expense of t.'ie |
Parish
All bids must he unconditional and ; t
dressed to the Police I'ury of tue Pari i
of St. Charles, Hahnville, »youLL i
with a statement on the envelope that .t
contains a bid for the bond issue offer d
and the said bids will be opened in pi j
11c session at ten o'clock A. M.,on Sat nr
day, March 23rd, 1918, at ITalinvh.e,
Louisiana. The Police Jury reserves die
right to reject any aud all bids
«For any further information concern
ing said bonds or the proceedings lead
ing thereon apply to II. L. Favrot, spec
ial counsel, 413 Hennen Bldg., New Or
leans, La.
Presidena,'Police Jury
Fehden Lorio.
Frank Schexnaydre
-Secretary Police Jury
Parish of St. Charles,
NOTICE
No burial or removal of oodles
•«, . . . .
v 1 11 be allowed unle^ accompan
. r
J ^ 1 burial or lemuva! premit
ltm the Local Registrar (Post
nasier) of sa:d District in whicii
|, e , JCö i h occured as per ord;rs
irom 7 'he Louisiana .Stale Board
of rlealth
N. Zeringue
Sexton Red Church Cemeterv
Notice
p,,ki;, u « • .1
rupnc notice is hereby given that
. .
1 'csspassing, hilling, tra ( pmg and
m,,ss picking on nil properties be
longing to the La, Cypress Lum
bf r Co. in^St. Charles is strictly
-Li, .
pioh'bited. .»nyone caug it on said
. &
P ro P er ^ies will be punished to the
full extent of the law
Ijeo, Cousin
Notice
I am mvV -i . to e Honorare
To.ice I .ry tin a oe; m: to per
iu.r— our' I St. R ««• n the
5th ward ter : h ? colo-"* f > ce
'A' cholas Viola
Now is (he 'time for
uen to c >:r'j io li;e
tie xaiser
f .
j It w,.s moved T-y Mr. Deiaune Sc
znd,.bv M*-. Dufiene, ttu*t the foi
j lowing approximated tableau ol the
! expense- of the Parish of St, Char
les for the current year ending
June 30th 191S
Shei ill's fees in Criminal ' P'lJf
! cases
maintaining prisoners
Sheriff's Sdary
Slienff's Deputy Salary ^
District Attonw y's tees
for convictions
Coroners salar»',
Justices of tae Peace
$500.00
3.500.00
2.500.0
3,000.00
500.00
300.00
i ,800.00
Constables 1
, 800.00
Grand, Petit and Coroner
j 11 *y •
,5c»o. 00
Secretary Police J ny,
600 00
Official Journal
600.00
Presi'lem Bo. id ui Healtli
,300.00
Assessor s Cum in isior.
MuO OO
A s ssor's Clerical Exper.es
5 ou .00
P ush Ireasurcr
n do. ou
School 1 'Ulld 8
500. ou
Expenses Board of
Health for luteciums and
Contagio s diseases
3'>0. or
Roai fund, 4 i
700. DO
M ainieiiiiitc * of 2 Ben
Catiets al L. Stair Umvei-"
sity, 500.00
M in;enauce of 3 Ben ,
sciioiai at tiie ^tale Nor
mal Schoo! 6 oc. 00
Syndics Salary 500.00
Sergeant at arms 100 00
Sa ] ary 1er oiling wind
mill \ washing tank 60.00
Road Supervisors 1,800,00
Election expenses 500.00
P_rish Auditor 600.00
Jefferson Trust & Savings
Bank $,000 00
Parish Demoiisti tor 000.00
S, A i860,1*0
I hereby certify that li e auove
fableau was adopted by t!ie Police
Jury al tlie meeting held on the 6
day of Sept. 1917
F. Schexnajdre
Sécrétai y
Parish of St. Charles Sept. 6, 1917
Notice
Hunting,,trap r nig and trespassing
are hereby prohibited on proper
ties of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cadow
To Bankers: y
ll rite Us for Samples,ana
* Prices on ( 'ur
'•SAT E 1 V MRST'
BANK CHECKS
Cox Ptg. and Pub. Co., Inc,
727 Poydras Street, New Orleans.
LUNG DISEASE!
I "After four in on • family had died f
I of consumption wa». taken wit v <
I a frightful cough and lung trouble. ■■
J but my life was t .ved and I gained •
: 87 pounds througa using .
DR. KING S
NEW
DISCOVERY;
IW. K Pattenion. Wellington, Tex- *
"Important Not ce
No bunal into the cemeteries of
the Ho'y Rosary's Church and des
Allemands will be allo-xed unless ac
companied by a burial permit from
the local Registrar (Post Master
Hnhiivihc & Des Allemands) as per
orders from the Louisiana State
Boart of Health
W. Parrot Pastor
Vex tun of the said Cctnelries
is
at
M
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J
N "tee
I the undert'.gned coivict'd r/
mansluugiiter lay 1913 ^.rn a.';, v
;ng fo. a parole
Signed, Junius Rj^ks
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1 State Senatf
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Representative
Sheriff 8; Ce U*. *u
Chief Depot
Deputy Sheriff
Clerk Sr Recorder.
Deputy Clerk
Coronet
T reasuret
Assessor
Regist ra r
Official Jourjat, St. Chariis H
Justices ol the Pear*
First Ward ty. p. »>
Second Ward \ j j.
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
F'ftli Ward
Consiar
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Second War a I
Third Ward
Fourth Ward
Toth Ward
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