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iTRDA Y, NOVEMBER 26, 1904 SOUTHEiRN PACIFIC RAILROAD IME TABtLE. pest bound train .................... .32 p. m" Stbound train -.....................10:50 a. m ------- ---- = ... Be.utiful fall weather. The ice wagon is still running. New Irish potatoes in the market. The way of the trangressor is hard. If all turkeys were smart they would all be wild. Few girls get enough proposals to become expert rejectors. Miss Alice Donet of Lafayette spent sfew days here recently. Miss Emily Putnam is nome from the Normal school owing to indisposition. All the oiembers strive to make it pleasant for the best gossiper in the club. Cordwood is cordwood, coal is coal and everything is every thing these days. If right does not ultimat2ly triumph over might we shall always chink it ought to. The prospects for the corn crop are improving. Pointed toed shoes are coming into style again. Rice is a good crop, but there are others, and the rice belt farmers should be looking aroundl. Mrs. T. Alleman of Centrevilie is :visiting her daughters, Mesdames U S SDgas and O J Chauvin. Ambrose Ramsey has accepted a position with the Gueydan News and left for that town Wednesday, John J. Robira, a Crowley attorney, apent Sunday here. He was accomn panled by his little John J., jr. The Ballard bakery is now in charge of Jules A Bertin of Napoleouville, who will hereafter conduct the business. On December 5 Crowley is to have . a,Street Fair and Carnival under the auspices of the local Fire Department. District Attorney Moore, wife and little son, Payne of Lake Ch'arles were recent visitors to Dr. W G Kibbe and family. Miss Ida Witherow was a guest at the Spiusters' a few days since, and while here became a member of the Spinsters' Club on their trip to Rose Hill. Numa hrou:ssard and iLeu Lellianc, two tonsorial artists, have opened a F shop in the anmnex of the Verauda hotel, formerly tccenpied by It 1 Ballard. Robert K Moody of Lawrence, Kan., after apleasaut visit of a week to his father and mother, Colonel and Mrs. l Joel Moody, returned home Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stebbins and daughter, Miss .Maud, returned one day last week from St. Louis witness Ing the sights of the World's Fair. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Gill of Gueydan, accompanied by Miss Belle Nelson of our town left Thursday for St. Louis to take in the sights of the great Fair. After a pleasant visit of a month to J. H. Lutgring's parents at Tell City, Ind., that gentleman and wife have returned to A bbeville, much pleased with their onting. Friday night of last week the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church gave a social at the residence of Mrs, L. R. White. Gumbo and other re freshments were served. Gen. Allen Jumel, formerly adjutant general of the Louisiana State National *Guard, was here last week in the inter est of a New Orleans liquor firm, for which he is traveling salesman. The alleged forger, W B McCarthy, Who was arrested at Donaldsonville and brought here and incarcerated in jail several days ago, was released Monday on an appearance bond of $75.: A white man by the name of Albert Coleman. working at Rose Hill planta tion was placed under arrest Suuday morning, charged with entering the home of Alex I)avidson, but the accus ed was subsequently released on bond. As we have no politics to contend with now for some months to come, and therefore nothing to pout at each other about, let's all settle down and .Ore each other and be pleasant, and Work .)r the interest at.d upbnuilding of our t vn and parish. We have one of the h,-st sections in the State, and it sho.l i be knowL to the world. The Vermilion hotel 13 nearly com pieted and it is thought will be ready to open to the pubic in the early days I of December. Mr. Levy, the manager, I is having everything put in apple pie order for the opening. Did You Ever See a T'ree Grow in one night ? Neither do men grow rich in a day. Small sums saved when young. amounts to big sums when you are old and need them. Start a bank account now. with FIi'rT NA'TIoAL BANK, Abbeville, La. Now is the time to buy that stoves befoie cold weather comes. The largest assortment at Vermilion Hardware C'o o. 8, 4-bole steel range high shelf, for $25. Otis Faulk and family went to Abbeville Wednesday where they expect to spend a few days with their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. iJoseph Hoffpauir.-Ehenezer Item in Crowley Sigcal, 26 inust. R. H. Mills. Manager of the Abbeville Drug Co., Ltd., is to well known to the people of Vermilion to need any in troduction as being a firstclss phar nmacist and as being responsible in every way. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hayes of In dian Bayou became graudparents of three children within twenty-four hours. The littte strangers arrived thus; A girl at the home of Mr. und Mrs. Dallas Hayes; a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Hoff pauir? a girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Solen Sarver. Dr. G. W. Bence of Greencastle, Ind., made one of his periodical visitations here this week I ooking after his busi ness interests in this parish, being a large owner in the Live Oak plauta tion. The doctor has one of the largest and finest herds of Angora goats in his section of Indiana. On Monday Dr. IBence was entertained at dinner by SMr. and Mrs. J Nelson Greene. Besides the doctor the guests were Mr. and i Mrs. Henry Sere, J Preston Greene and e Judge W P Edwards. - - Ito OF ABBEVILLE AND VERMILION PAIss H We invite you most cordially to visit our drug store which is now opened gi up and ready fhr business- W\e will be pleased to have you call at any hour of the day. or any hour of the night. The store is open all day and all night. It would be a great l.leasure to have you especially, visit our place to see what an elaborate stock- of Perfumes, Face Powder. Face Creams, Tooth Brushes, Hairr.. Brushes, 'Nail Brushes, Combs and Spongues t we have, all of of which are imported goods and all 'of which are high ca priced goods, but cheaper;in the long run. Such a line of these goods have r never been received in this town. L WE HAVE SOAPS NI From five to ten cents, and soaps from two to three dollars per cake. g, WE HAVE PERFUMES T From ten to fifteen cents per ounce, and from one to five dollars per ounce - We have combs from twenty-five cents up to four dollars, and hair brushes from twenty-tfive cents to four dollars and everything in proportion--ponfgues, powder puffs and toilet articles to numerous to mention. We watt your trade. We cater to your trade. Give us a call. We will be please to see you. Respectfully; ABBEVILLE DRUG 00., LTD. R. H. MILLS, MANAGER Rememb.er our line is complete with HOUBICIANT PREPARATIONS, which are very superior to Roger & Callet, Ed Pinaud and Aimilar manafactures. This is sufficient to give you an idea of of the standard of our goods. .PObITIVELY SELLIN G OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF General Mlerchandise -Haging leased the "1Nea Hotel" BUY WHAT YOU NEED OF US AND SSAVE MIONEY i,ppreciating your patronage. Respectfully, GASTON A LEVIY t Main St. Abbeille, La The loug drought ihrougho.t thisi section has been broken by a refresh-' a ing rain. The weather thus far has . been the finest for harvesting ever d known, and all the crop: have heenl saved and hauled at a minimum of expense. With few exceptions, the a rice crop is all in; and while the yield 0 was satisfactory, the price has dis-! couraged a great many growers, who announce their determination to ab- i andon further ventures in this staple. Conservative estimates state that the acreage in this parish will be cut in half, and in districts where other crops can Ibe grown the rice fields will bIe put in cotton, corn and cane. The yield of cane is surpassing all* expectation, some cuts giving as highl as thirty-five tons to the acre, and cutting seven and eiiiht feet, for the mill. At. present prices a new stim ulus has been given the sunWar indus airy about here, and substantial in crease in production will result. Farmers sure had fine weather for threshing and cotton picking, and before the wet season sets in, as there is very little cotton left in the fields to gather before Pluvius sets in with a vengeance. 3Bayv your farm wagon now. The Vermilion Hardware Company re ceived a carload of Crescent wagons last week. Threshing in this section is about on the wind-up, one or two small crops being left to thresh out, which will end the season for 1904. S. A. Pipes, of Gueydan. travel ing represenfative of the D)aily P'ica yune, was in the city last week in the interest of that paper. Teaeh Your Child to Take Care (of the money you give him. We have a plan to help you make a sue h cessful man of him by teaching him s to save for a start in life. No trouble i to explain it to you. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Abbeville, La. _ ~-.un- . It is time for 'luvius to mali; his agpearance by a general down-pour;_ would he benelicial to stock and gar den vegetrtion. Cutting and haalinhu cane is the or aer of the day,. All sugar mill on our section are in full blast. An Old -.ock is Good Enough for smme people to keep their money in, but our steel b)lrIlar proof safe is a better place. Iesi(des, thela sock pIays no interest. We ido. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Abbeville, La. The dry spell was broken by a short sprinkle last Sunday morning. It was a great relief from the dust. . . . ..... . . -- - --- - The mornings are rather foggy !.i now. Toe old saying, three fogs then a rain. A good rain would be a beneilt. -- E "I write to say what youilr valuable Chiilifuge has done for mle. I had a chill eve'vy other day last iioiilth. Stuee I coiiit ellinicd taking ('hillifuce I have Inot had ;aottler chill, I can sin cerely recimtni:lud it. andl advise thlse whio Sltli'r fromll thi tlroillel to try Dicks Chillifuge. The cu rl is crtlin."' BH. V. |.rlll'hew. Coxi.nton, Telnn. (I Our testinounials are nit bonglht. Thley are lthe volitiiity -,p re- ililns firom grate ful people at tle' *itt(rts put forth by us to 10 relieve the lratest lf all curses that lithe hutmant funily is heir ito. 'Ther.e is no C bettler reellldy thad Chillifge. The price I is within the reach of ill. :and it does not iiimtter wihat va:rietv Mahtra is troubllinllg yoiu Chillift e w ill .ture von. It does it pleastiuth". mil-hly. but none th(' le-., thor oighily aind s,.fely. If you want relief, Itdo h not pit it il ' getl a I,tt l at once. It you iare iunlile to pint'tle it fro your home e druigs'it write Finlay, DIicks & Co., Ltd., New Orleains. Do not take a substitute, for it is not r inst aigoold. Read all the advertisements, but especially the three new ones inserted this week headed as follows: "Paint ing Wanttd." "Election Notice,"'' and " Lost!" People loose much valuable infurmatior, by not reading tadvertisements. e Ex-Judge Winm. Cassid y of Sum mit, Miss., arrived here the other e dlay, and is a patient in the Fenwick Sanitarium for treatment. The Judge was accompanied by Dr Moore, ai prominent physician of the same town. t 'e Can't All ie Rich b ut there is no reason wiit we should all be poior. Put somnething aside while vou have health and strenwthi. We can help you save, and will he glad to tell you ahout it. y FlasT NAtIONAL BANK, Abbeville, La. Disaslroui Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a r railway wreck and tlhe sailme cau ses are iltalliv hit1Inan wrecks of snltti'lrs fromti throait and lunig troubles; but silnce the advent of Dr. Kiutl's New Discovery for ii collnsumption., coniilhs al:il colds, even tihe ;e worsLt ases can be cured anll hopeless resignatiou I ino longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Uragg of Dorchester. Mass., is oie of many whose life was saved bvy )r. King's New Discovery. ''This great remedy Is guaranteed for all throat and lung dis eases by all druggists. Price 50. atnd $1. Trial bottles free. zo - Qickly seonred. OUR FEl DUB WTEN PATENT TAIIED. Send moit l t, sktc or photo. with decriltion for froe reporte sto patentabii ty. I-PAO lS ANL)-BOOK F E ~E. c ntaitt r00 ri "g ed i hito i ,,m,ration. WRITI FOR COPIy F OU EPEOt'AL OPWP, Itilthetmostlibsrl btort'r~lintPttoer md a patent attoriey, ..d EVEIY IUI'EItTOR SHOUL, A D 1! before applying for paent. Addree: c H.B. W ILLSON&CO. 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