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Zntered s seconddcl matter No
1:: î.. n » I Eï MESCi' IlTACE E Pmbllsbed es Sa^a
vember thl 909, at the Poet-Ofloee
at Edgard, La., under the Act of L EUGENE D lMEZ
archVOL. 59, . EDGARD (PARISH F ST JOHN E BAPTIS), LOUISIANA, SATRDAY JANUARY 2 1911. No. 4.
VOIL 59. EDGARD (PARISH OF ST. JOHi*'TIgE BAPTIST), LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANU&RY ,1911. N.4 TIIE TAILE.
TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILWAY.
(IoaLuuz.Y ST. JOWL)
Pausuger trias going Nart.
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.. 053, Texax Express.. .......,.. l b A. Y
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The Leger and Lurlo trnader meets all
buim exoepsiag Noa, 51, S 533 snd 0 unless
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YAZO" AND MISISSI.PPI VALLEY
Ptoemngsr thm gloing South
e. 33. Baton A. K.
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P1ieu0ger gains going .Nertd
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EESEMVE sTAJ oN.
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hseger raias gaily
t0e'' friend, Kr. UuiiseGrug.
Hl JTW vlU5e3 phBl5i5st , piid
qpw0s.. VIA up Tuesdasy. H.
sop W ~ tm~ gaos at Tarre
Us ed. as pauds 16000 TMun, iand
thes sued semi ase ustrarily
Or.ab 0w..h J11g taia parsse
"- "ir: ·a DS . arch an Sunday
ar se Knoireyamr u. t1bs .
Iwamr I - meity, taMing ug 0nt w t
.' bra:t3redsws - oni
P~ow M~ay.. · .ogrmve
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A Fishing Trip to
Lake Des Allemauds.
The Neptune Fishing Club, of
Edgard, entertained Messrs. Wil
S1am J. Hart, Joseph LeBrun
r and Olidee Webre, at its Camp,
on Saturday and Sunday.
The writer will not dwell on
the picturesque scenery between
i Edgard and the Lake-suffice it
t tosay that it is unequaled in any
country. A succession of field
and forest, stream and bayou,
that pen cannot describe nor ar
tist paint, but which must be
seen to be appreciated, and once
seen is never forgotten, the gran
deur and beauty of which enters
deep into one's soul, making life
i. worth the living out of pure joy
L of heart for the wonder of it all.
It is said that man finds
l strength in the solituw of the
L wilderness. Heisa sodanimal,
to be shre, but theres such a
thing as too much sociability.
L. Our populated centers, with the
rush and noise,, governed by the
4 conventional and artificial, are
abnormal. Sappily we are not
all constituted alike, but there
. not a man living who 1it not
within him a germle primi
vm;Sih' t opportunity'to
develop-one or two good camip
ingexperiences will start it grow
ing-andhe will turn to the wild
erness with alacrity.
It is not alone the tonic atmos
phere, free from the 'moke and
dust of civilization, that the
camper seeks. Here the desolate
prairies draw like a magnet those
who have once tasted their se
clusiotl. Men have found here a
strengthening of soul and body
such as they can find nowhere
else, and the primitive in their
nature calls them back
sometimes against their
Here human contention and
strife are forgotten: Gradually
the conventional life one has liv
ed fades into a misty half-rel
membranced a dream, i
falls from his 'shoulders andre
feels himsefa fee man. H Is
no lngerametecule, but a thtg
--a& So much <for 9he
-primal noDths with whichSwe
li h served in varied
caused the guests to smack
lips and to compliment our tef,
Bane, on his culinary atti -
moentn. Eer o ne as'
.:oan and we n coi
Whse gsm.Ub rie with a
Th¶ if atums te o
7 I1 O with ett end plemeitha -
esbh a ile thill."
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Clean ap for
I. Next Tuesday, the 31.
f The special exhibit train of the
i State Board of Health, in charge
n of Dr. Porter, Dr. Carey and
, Miss Agnes Morris. will be at Ed
gard Station on Tuesday, the 31.
a grand health demonstration
r anr ectures will take place at
t the Edgard High Schuol buildintg
on Tuesday night. Lantern slide .
d pictures will be produced to em
, phasize the lectures.
A general ,;leaning-up cam
e paign should be inaugurated by
e one and all, as the health officers
will visit the drug stores, court
s house and jail, bakeries, stables,
e hotels and slaughter pens and
report thereon. They will also
inspect the sanitary conditions of
s the schools and observe the gene
e ral conditions existing elsewhere.
1, It is then the duty of each of
Sus to clean up around our pre
m.ises bJ removing all rubbish
e etc., so that no bad reports follow
e in the wake of this important~
e health campign. I
tI e are assured that the paro- i
ht authorities are on the alert I
and ae know that the Court
house, 'il and school house will
stand a inspection and cre I
ate a favo ble impression.
The cit -s should it e
health train g~t Algard Station[
on Tuesday, deling the day, and c
the Edgard School at night. Modt
interesting and instructive wUl
be what all will see and hear on
this important occasion.
Judge Defar Withdraws.
On the advice of riends. Wednesday i
night. Judge H. L. Dufour, eandidate
tot Jatidoe of the 8uprime O1mrt. with
drew from the race. Judge W. B. Som
merrille being the oily csadidate now. I
as no noew entriesar epected. ther will
be no aneesaity lor a primary *lection i
os February 7, as predously aneneed. 6
Judge Somme:iille will therefore be
elected on March 7, to eucoeed Justice
Nicholl as the unopposed nominee ot
the party. -
Dr. Thelt leaves Us.
SDr. P. C. Tircuit, last week, A
sold his property in the seventh
ward to the libert Bros., for the
ofý S3,400. He is making ar
ents to remove perma
neutny to Abbeville, La., where
Ihe llreside with his daughter, *
Mrs. FelixJ. Samson.--St. James
ir. wrUiot's departure will
sorrow in the hearts of
SHe practiced his profes
a in our midst for many years
m has truly been the doctor of
Speople. His charities were
tatius and the people'
Sregret Dr. Tircut.
OIIAts vlb e It Nw Orfes .
t 'he fret battle in the exciting
paign between New Orleans
San Francisco for indorse
tas the site for the Panama
has been won by the
t'Oity. By a vote of 9 to
house committee on expo
favore New Oreans. The
is now transferred to the
of the house, withhe pros
ot a long straggle before it
ý' et permaaently.
easeod the Unlted~tates
reach NOw Orleans more
and inexpensively than
IFs'rIseaieromt New Orleans
a San FPrimselco. These
cardna l points OUis tou set
.cbhre and Dance.
Professor Scallan. principal of the Ed
gard High School, re aets us to an
nounce that there will be a euchre and
dance to-night, at the school house hall.
The proceeds are to be applied to the
piano urnd. A large attendanoe is as
The boys poured water in the wa*oh,
their notion of a joke ;
"It won't hurt it," they said; "it's Pa's.
It's often been in soak.'
The Spice of Life
Es.. hat.-Representative Nye, of
Minnesota, has mucl. of the wit of his
lamented brother, Bill Nye. Hi eself a
lawyer, Representative Nye 'aid at a
lawyers' .anquet in Minneapolis:
"'Law N ,rs have graiid reputations for
energy and perseverance. A lad said to
lis father one day,
" 'Father, do lawyers tell the truth?"
"'Yee~ my boy , t., father asswered.
'Lawyers will do anything to win a
case.' "- Washingrtn Star.
Ul WMl.-"What do you do for a liv.
"I'se de manager ob a laundry '
"What's the nameiof this laundry?"
"Elisa Ann."-Loautdite C urier
iial lt-s.-The Virtuoso--'He
paid .UU0 for a Whistler."
The Drummer-"Geel You can get a
ilinFer for about lifty Dollara"-Brook.
re tm Ytmrures ame.-Burglar
"Better tell me where the valuables
Househblder-"Well, old man, here's
the combhination of the refrigerator."
lraturi .-The Fair Purchaser
"Your eggs are all very small to-day,
Mr. Jones-"Yes'm, theyare; b4tI'm
sure I don't know the reason."
The Fair Purchasea--"Oh, I expect
you took them out of the nests too
Ti. Ssl. kit a So& u ms.
"I'm thinking of getting married."
"Then you will be. Congratulations."
"But how much will it cost us to live?"
"That's emple. Add about $6 a week
to what you get"atevedand.Leader.
Yhetl we el h Misld le M .-"Has
the doctor a large pactlce?
"Ho large that when people have
enot.iag the matter with them he tfel
'them a."-Pm#.b r PoIa
WI Agds 1L-.-Mbe-"ise's bloke
eall 'er ' peah and the apple of 'is
.eWe.Why can't you call me things like
He-"Yua, that's all very well; but
'e'm li the vegetable biness. I'm in
the whelk trade, sme~ber.'"-P .
-I - P lC--'~O I t~lI
kl..le Vrappm.-"Yaur friend is
rather i eate," - emarked rs.
Wombat. '$Y s he gave her husband
-nm paatelks rThristmase."
"What's wrong with that?'
"I wouldn't think df maHIar
sleqptalagrmeta in publo."-Luei*s
oillo ChurrlAr suad .
A !Rinmmehlh -PaInt i Un law
halt9-". you think I wll get the
:_ ibsessas ult a mama os *giW os&
-" by " ouuse m you oree
the New Politlea.-First New Woman
-"It is very important to get all cooks
interested in ae sltfrage movement."
Second New Woman-"Why so?"
First New Wotuan-"Because evPry
cook control two votes-her own and
that of her mistress."-Life.
TheProeL--"You're very contradicto
ry, my son."
"'No, I'm not, ps."--ipp-ncott's.
To RaIse the TYamnpratm.-Frank har
been sent to the hardware store for a
"Did mother say what size?" asked
"Oh," answered Frank, gimme the
biggest one you've got. It's to warm my
Not until we know all that God knows
can we estimate to the full the power
and the sacredoees of some one life which
may seem the humblei. in the world. -
One of the werse enemies to society is
not the bad mlan, but the man who is
neither good or bad-the man who has
his ear to the groud. You cad fever
count on him. He is usually a conserva
Sftive, and calls himself so.-Ira landreth.
The great Mlker and Lord of all the
stars thinks it worth while to paint a
splendor oeyond the robes of Kings on
the perishing lest of a flower that blos.
some only for a day. He. pours Ibto the
cup of the violet a purple that mocks
the glory of royalty.-Fiiehtt.
All the miracles are removals of o ob.
structions which hinder nature from be
ing the direct and perfect ezprssion of
God's goodners to mea. They are hints
of an ieal state which nature will seo
day reaeh-aceeleraioms of. our slower
ptousess. Mar;as Dods.
Pay Your Licenses.
Merchants sad other persons liable to a
liense ar hereby notifed that licenses fOr
1911 are now doe. The 8ate lieense sbhold
be paid before the Orst daL of Marsh, 1911,
and the Parish lisase in the smine limit
of time. If not paid ator beforethe store
said date, two per aent iateres per mesth
will aeerue, and the same will be tamed ever
to the attorney for cetisenle with aess and
.cah and every person subjeet to a license
cuam euUe tothis oce in order to take the
Oath as peserubed by Law.
Sherlifaat I r tsalSetor.
When in need of hind-made
St hingles, Staves, wire-po.I
0 pickets, in factanytbing
In the split-lumber line
H. P. GRAVOII.
Ciha mate prsopode·Ivy alt aruMd Lake
Dn Mes ulenma d ·iW a ,.
k For Stile!
A pretty nd subsatgatal 8seolne boat,
a complete, with S, horn-power Bacime
moe t a d rneinng onditioa end
I P. `ran Mote,
SI anm applying to the Hoorahle Po
e Jury ofthle Parlia for apsmnit to
conductor baareoomr adored people,
t in the Ft wý al in bodan
e with Acti114 of
MA u ius Pe RUJAWOUP
I ha tationIn this pazrh,- omprl
t+ ºs r hundresd em. or alh e
and saropdytu u sdtorl; baluras
C wmeldlad end-swamp. ,
APPLY AT THISB 07103.
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SALE OF THE
GARYVILLE ICE PLANT.
Twenty-Elghth Judicial District Court,
Psarsh of St. John the Baptist.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
David Richarm- et als.
The Garyvt.e Ice Al'f g. Co.
By virtue of an order of sale ironssed on the
2lst day of December, 1010. and to me direct
ed by the aforsemid O~mrt, in the above enti
tled and numbered suit, I shall offer for sale
at public Auction at the prin',ip,d front door
of the Cesrt-hoose of this parish. on
Saturday, the 28th. day of January,
1911, at Eleven O'clock A. MI.
the following described property, to wit:
lst-Two certain lots of ground, with all
r the rights, ways, privileggsand appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any wise appertain
ing, situated in this parish of .t. John the
t Baptist, State of Louisianau forming -arL of a
portionoftthope Hope lanhation. in said Parish.
on the leftbhnk of the Mtssisippi river, divid
ed into Town La.s, and known a- "Ho. ev!lle."
as per plan of Survey made by J. W. Muuget.
Civil engineer, in Baton Rouge, Ia.. dated
s March. 1906, and deposlfed in the office of the
e Clerk of Court and Recordes of said pariah of
St. John the B1ptis. for reference, the saidl
lots of groun a being on ai plan as:--ats
One (1) and Two (2). in Square No. Eleven
(. each measuring Sixty (d0) feet at their
NtoretL alnd Southern boundary lines, and
B One Hundred (100) feet at their Eastern and
Western boundary lines both bounded North,
by Frot St.eet; outh., by Lot No. (4); East.
by Hope Plantation, and West, by Main
Stret. together with all the buildings and
p improvements thereon. includiug.
The lmenty (O0) Ton Ice-Making Plant of
the Garyville Ice Manufacturing tomplay, .
standing on said lots of ground together with
all its accessories and appurtseuaces, teLri
aerating MEuhine, Apparases, te.
Sud.-Several open accounts. -
3rd. The horbs, desk and Iron bed R~i spring
will be sid on the premises,
TERMS: CASH ON THE 8P(OT.
dherl's OMee, ParlshofSt. Joha the t.
K December Slat.. 1910.
No. 161. P. D.
25th Ju.D au. Darascr Coour.
PARISB Or ST. JOHN T.r BAPr1St
8TATE OF LOUISIANA
Sieeusion sad Cotmmeaty of
Byristneetfeetder at sale nei d an the
lis d f a Deceeter, 1M84 ad to e direct
ed b the aformd art. a in the above
enttled and numbered sui I shlbIefofr for
ale at public sueeis, 06 the psilmpufreus
door tb a sat-bos e[hc pee, an
Saturday she sfsk day of Jamuary,
1911, at plew O'.el. k A. ,e
PrishetSt. John the ean the aight
half tN a7pent mem eor me Opsenrive e
~ f~mee p la depibh u deoit:
o w aen the iesr y the
TIUaS: CASe ON THEE WYorI
e ealhrt S Jes thel pties
A bede touch, in tie' SL John As
ward with 5A , titL 4 la
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a no~.t~b- Lee
no wage~Q~~i~ciiF · ,