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Established Im 1836. SG. A. Levy was a business visitor in mrsth Monday. ' J. N. Foutz, of Gueydan, was in town isst week on business. Take Sunday dinner at Hotel Ver Snion. 50c. Fine music. SMr. Pearl Crabtree, of Bay Minette, : ., arrived in Abbeville Monday. ka. Frank A. Godohaux visited several days last week in New Iberia. J. R. Leguenec left Sunday for New Orleans to remain until after Mardi Gras. 'Jake Well returned Sunday after n oon from a business trip to New Or S8L.S. Folkland and J. M. Gibbs, of : seydan, were business visitors to Ab Ibville Tuesday. Mrs. J. Roy Theriot, of Gueydan, visited relatives in this city several days last week. i. S. Ewell and Dr. E. F. Presley wre business visitors in New Iberia . tween trains Friday. y MIrs. L. J. Feray returned Friday tfom a two week's visit with her son, &^gin, at Beaumont, Tex. W. F. Fisher, a leading business pona of Oueydan, transacted business r ke between trains Saturday. [Mr. J. BJ. Miller returned Monday gitesrnoon from a few days' visit with Shttives and friends in Lafayette. i J. A. Summers went to New Orleans s $turday morning on a business trip Sreturning home the first of the week. R. H. Stansbury has opened a clean labg and pressing establishment on Port ,etret. We wish him success in his teature. pui Montagne spent Tuesday night with his family in Kaplan. He con templates moving them here within t tet few days. .Vo se Immergluck, a prominent bu$~aems man of New Iberia, was the fpei of hiis brother, Jake Immergluck ~liby and Saturday. Ja. J. H. Lutgring spent several ys in Kaplan last week, having been there by the illness of her sister, .henry Montag e. Loulse Montagne has reunmed duties at J. S. Lamm & Co's. store. . any friends will bG glad to see baek at her accustomed place. huli Montagne has moved his saloon the Godard building to the build at the corner of State and Lafay I streets recently vacated by C. J. DeN DNk Odeon Bourque, of New Or ~ss, spent Friday and Saturday with rpireuI, Mr. and Mrs. O. Bourque, c~fis eity, returning home Sunday iMA~rose Ramsey, who has been pi° yed on the Gueydan News for 'time past, has resigned that on and returned home the first i~ week. He is succeeded in S.danby his brother, Matt Ramsey. t. ei:P. M. L. Young arrived in the iSunday to join her husband, who tly purchased an interest in 's barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. have taken rooms in the Idea building, and their friends will be glad to welcome back to this city. A tumbo was given at the home of ene Dubois in the Socond ward night by Adam Boudreaux to -,.pporters "in that vicinity. A and twenty-five voters are to have been present and Rij.adreaux's candidacy was given boost in that locality. : 0. J. Edwards, Albert Hebert H. Lutgring wont to Baton Friday, the former having in two negro prisoners, Jean rad Felix Williams, who were tly bentenced to terms in thel mary. Messrs. Hebert and attended to political business Uttte caDltal. J. iston, the civil engineer de W the city to make a plat of the owing the proposed new water and sewers; has completed his Dpd a plat now hangs in thel where all may see it. The Covers the town as thoroughly Possible, the proposed line of pipes reaching practically over tetown. A. Godchanx, manager of ters' Rice Mill of this city, has I ;onored by being elected one of irectors of the Rice Association 4'.,erica at its annual meeting in 7 last week. Mr. Godchaux is the best known of the younger the rice business and is rapidly. to the front ranks of those on he industry. Wm. Millet, of Jesnerette, is in town today. F. Belaire, of Gueydan, visited th's city yosteday. Capt. George Hainkel. of Naw Or leans, was in town this morning. Miss L. Meyers went to New Or leans yesterday to visit friends. W. D. Hester and Paul Coles, of Crowley, was here Tuesday on busi ni ess. J. B. Chaffe and Howard Smith, of Rose Hill, were New Orleans visitors last week. Paul Gurien, of St. Martinaville, was * the guest of friends here the first of the week. D. L. Gonzales has again started out on the road for the New Royal sewing machine. Dr. Solon Wilson, of Brookhaven, Miss., visited here Sunday. with re latives and friends. Mrs. Jas. E. White, and two little sons, left for Crowley yesterday, to visit relatives and friends. Deputy Sheriff Otis Hoffpauir went to Gueydan Tuesday evening' on official business, returning Wednesday. Mrs. George Gauthier went to New Orleans yesterday morning to spend the carnival season with her mother. Mrs. W. S. Nilson and her sister-in law, Mrs. Annie D'Garmo, left today for New Orleans to remain during the carnival. Mrs. Percy Summons and Miss Gus sie Summers attended one of Mans field's performances m New Orleans last week. Mrs. L. Ray and children, of Orange, Tex., arrived here Tuesday and will be the guests of relatives and friends i for a few weeks. a C. T. Feray has opened a bicycle and E harness shop in the building next to i Valle's restaurant, opposite the Republican Idea office. Misses Carrie Wischan and Mamie Moailleaud, of Kaplan, were here last a week to attend the Washington's t birthday exercises given by the public schools. Samson Chauvin left yesterday morning for Thibodaux on a business t trip. He will also attend the carnival at New Orl.ans before returning home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Derouen, of Perry, left yesterday for New Orleans, where they will remain until after Mardi Gra. Major Rom. P. LeBlanc went to New Orleans last week and from there left with the governor's party to attend the inaugural ceremonies at Washing ton next Saturday. Frank A. Arnold, editor of the Star and Democrat, of Greencastle, Ind., was in town several days last week, having come down to look after his property interests in this parish. Don't forget that all prescriptions are illed at the Abbeville Drug. with Merck's chemicals and Squibb's Ex tracts. Ask your family doctor if these ireparations are goodf-and, if they have ever before been exclusively used in Abbevllle. Prof. A. M. Delcambre, of Del cambre, ras in town Monday looking after business. On account of ill health he has been compelled to give up his duties as instructor is Del cambre's Commercial College and ex pects to leave in about two weeks for a month's sojourn in the mountains of Colorado. Prof. Shaw, of Fort Worth, Tex., has arrived at Delcambre and will take charge of Pro. Delcambre's work. Dr. V. GeoRrlon, who recently come from Canada and settled in Erath to practice medicine, has decided that there are bettor opportunities here and has returned to this city and cpened his office in Godard's drug store. Dr. Geofrion is a graduate of one of the best Canadian schools of medicine, besides having had wide ex perience as a practitioner and will no doubt do well here. Quite a number frdm this city at tended the funeral of the late J. Tre ville Broussard at 'Maurice Friday. Mr. Broussard was one of the most in fluential men in his part of the parish and was well, known anti widely re spected for his sterling character. He was at the time of his untimely death a member of the grand jury for the present term and lis work on this body is spoken of in highest terms by his colleagues. He will be greatly missed thioughont the p.rish. BORN. To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Immer gluck, ,Thursday, Feb. 23, a girL Mother and daughter are doing well. The oil lands at Caddo City are in litigation. SHERIrFF'8SALL STATE OF LOUISIANA-Parish of Vermilion-17th Judicial District Court-No. 2302, DrIprelon Hebert VS. Othon Richard By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale issued in the matters of above numbered and entitled suit. to me di rected, fully authorizing and empower ing me in the premises. I have seized and will proceed to sell, at auction, to the last and highest bidder, at the principal front door of the courthouse, in the town of Abbeville, La., on Saturday, March 25, 1905, between legal sale hours, the following described property, to-wit: A certain tract of land, situated in Vermilion Parish Louisiana, and beingj designated as the southwest quarter of section No. 25, in Township Nc. 12, South of Range No. 1, East, containing one hundred and sixty 30-100 acres, less nine acres taken from and along the northern boundary line, sold to A. Kaplan, heretofore, less all improve ments on the land. Terms-Cash. Sheriff's office this 18th day of Feb. 1905. C. J. EDWIRDS, Coroner and Acting Sheriff of Vertil ion parish, La. Broussard, Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF LOUISIANA-Vetmilion Parish, 17th Judicial District Court, No. 2?49. Raymond Sarter vs. Henry Sarver By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale issued in the matters of above numbered and entitled suit, to me di rected, fully authorizing and empower ing me in the premises, I have seized and will proceed to sell, at auction, to the last and highest bidder, at the principal front door of the court house, in the town ot Abbeville, La., on Saturday, March 25, 1905. between legal.sale hours, the following described property, to-wit: ''hoseyertain forty-two and' 76-100 acres, being the south west quarter of the south east quarter of section five (5), township 11, south range two east, La. med., situated in the parish of Ver milion, together with all the buildings and improvements situated thereon and thereto, belonging. Terms---Cash. Sheriff's office this 18th day of Feb. 1905. C. J. EDWAIDs,; Coroner and Acting Sheriff Vermilion Parish. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF LOUISIANA - Vermilion Parish-17th Judicial District Court No. 2253. Nicholas Broussard vs. .Bayou Tigre Canal Co., Ltd. By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale is sued and to me directed by the honorlble courtaforesaid I have seized andwill offer, forsale at public auction to the last atnd highest bidder with the benefitof appraise ment, at the court house door of this par ish in the town of Abbeville, parish of Vermilion, on Saturday, March 11, 1905, between legal sale hours the following de acribed property, to-wit: One dwelling house, one kitchen, two small outhouses and the yard fence en closing the same, situated in the Second ward of Vermiliou parish. La. One road grader, at Demosthene Le Blanc's. SeizAl under said writ. Terms-Cash on day of sale. C. J. EDWARDS, Coroner and Acting iheriff of Vermilion Parish. La. Sheriff's office, Abbeville, La., Feb. 25, 19051 Broussard. Kitchell & Bailey, Attorneys for Plaintiff, SUCCESSION NOTICE. STATE-OF LOUISIANA-Vermilion Par ish, 17th Judicial District Court,.No. Succession of Mareclite Touchet Application of Everiste Conner, Jr, to he appointed administrator. Notice in hereby given to all partles interested, or having any opposirion to make to the application of Evariste Con-' tier, Jr., to be appointed administrator of said suocession, to file the same in writing in the office of the clerk of the district court within ten days from the date hereof. Given under my hand and seal this 3rd day of March, 1'AS. SIMoXKT LEBLAxc, Clerk, Greene & Greene, Attorneys. Partition Sale. STATE 'OF LOUISIANA-18th Judicial District Caurt-Parish otAcadia, No. 2100. Paulive Maneeaux, et als., vs. Amnade Manceaux. By virtue of a judgmncut rendered in the above numbered and entitled suit fully authorizimng me in the premises. 1, Clarence J. Edward. Utnoroer anid icting sheriff of the parish of Vermilion, monies- I ianna, will offer for sale at the residence I of Paulive Manceaux. in the town lof Kaplan, Louisiana, between the hours prescribed by law. on FRII)AY. 17th DAY OF MAIICII, I ., to efect a partition of the property hItre-. inafter described, bhlontging to the parties in said suit. numbered and entitled nas above, to wit: One lot of household voods, iuclud[.ug beds and bedding. One lot of live stock. consisting of mules. horses, cows aind calves. Three shot guns. Terms-Cash on day of sale. C. .J. EDWARDR, Coroner and Acting Sheriffof " Vermilion Parish, La. 8berifl's office. Abbevlle, La., Mar. 4,'U . ontgomery & Robira, Attornuey, OF ABBEVILLE AND VERMILION PAJSH We invite you most cordially to visit our drug store wblhch is now opened up and ready for business. We will be pleased to have you call at any hour of the day. or any hour of the sight. The store is open all day and all night. It would be a great pleasure to have you especially, visit our place to see what an elaborate stock of Perfumes, Face Powder, Face Creams, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Nail Brushes, Combs and Spongues we have, all of of which are imported goods and all [of which are high priced goods, but cheaper in the long run. Such a line ot these goods have never been receivjd in this town. WE HAVE SOAPS - From five to ten cents, and soaps from two to three dollars per cake. WE HAVE PERFUMES . 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-tive cents to four dollars and everything in proportion-spongues, powder puffs and toilet articles to numerous to mention. We want your trade. We cater to your trade. Give us a call. We will be please to see you. Respectfully; ABBEY ILLE DRUG CO, LTD. R. H. MILLS, MANAGER Remember our line is complete with HOUBIGANT PREPARATIONS, which are very superior to Roger & Callet, Ed Pinaud and similar manafactures. This is sufficient to give you an idea of of the standard of our goods. B EE SEEDS GROW AND WIN MORE PRIZES than the products of any other brand! IBesides several Gold Medals, they weon the only Grand Prize for vegetables at St. Loups Exposition. ii youf intend to try Burpee's Seeds, we will mail free our Complete Catalogue of 178 peesa, with beautiful colored plates and illustrations from photographs taken at our famous FoRDHOOi FARMS, the largest Trial Grounds in America. Write TO-DAY I W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO.* SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA -~ . - " '- -- - ' ---. - =. 'e '. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF LOUISIANA -Parish o Vermilion, 17th Judicial District Court--No. 2'212. E. M. Stebbins & Co. vs Richard Dozier, Jr. By virtue of a writ of fleri facias is sued ini the matters of the above num bered and entitled suit, to ue directed, fully authorizing and empowering me in the premises, I have seized and will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder, at the principal front door of the Courthouse, in the town of Abbeville, La., on. Saturday, March 11th, 1905. between the hours prescribed by law the following described property to-wit: One dwelling house situated on Lot No. 9, of White's addition to the town oo Abbeville, La., aid one acre of said lot. Terms, cash. Sheriff's office, Abbeville, La., this 4th day of February 1905. C. J. EDWARtD5, Coroner and Acting Sheriff, Vermilion Parish. SUCCESSION SALE. STATE OF LOLISIANA -Parish of Ver milion--17th Judicial District Court No. 504. Succession of C. A. Tonpe for Adminis'tra tlon and Inventory. Pursuant to a commnssion and order of sale issued from the Honorable 17th Judi cial Court, and to mue directed ias Coronler and Acting Sheriff of Vermilion Parish Louisiana. commanding and authorizing me to-sell for cash, to pay debts, after due advertisement. and in accordance with law, the hereinafter described property, belongitng to the above entitled and nunm bered succession, I will offer for sale at public auction. to the last and highest bid der at the front door of the courthouse in the town of Abbeville, La., between the I hours prescribed by law, on Saturday, March II. 1905. the following described property to-wit: One ctrtain lot of ground situated iii the town of Kaplan. La., and being designatted as lot No. seven (7) of block No. seventy one i71) as per plat of said town on file at the clerk'a office Vermilion parnsh, La. Terms of sale-Cash. C. J. EDWARDs, Coroner and Acting Sheriff of Vermilion Parish, La. Abbeville. La., February 4. 19;5. Broussard, Kitchell & Bailey, Attornen a fos o UScces,in. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF LOUISIANA-:Vermilion Parish--17th Judicial District Court --No 2262. G(aar-Scott & Co. VSa. Edmond Marche4saen. By .virtue of a. writ yf seizure and sale issured and to me directed by the honorable court aforesaid. I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest binder, with the benefit of appraisement, at the principal front door of the court house of this parish, in the town of Abbeville, parish of Vermilion, ona , Satarday, March 4, 1905, between legal sale houtra, the foiloning described property, to wit: One IS horse power Gaar-Scott & Co., Portable engine, No. 10,723. Seized under said writ. Terms--Cash on day of sale. C. J. EDwlARts. Coroner and Actin;g Sheriff. Verntulion Par; ;h. Sheriff's otfiee, Abbevil e, La,, Feb. 18, L'JO. W. 1B. White, Attorney for Plaintiff_. ADMINISTRATOR'8 SALg. STATE OF LOUISIANA-17th Judicial Distrit Court-Parish of Vernmilion. Buccession of Marie Labaunve. Notice is hereby given that I. Hypolite.. Primeauz, administrator of the above numbercd and entitled succesion by virtue of an order issued out of the Hlon orab!e 17th Judicial isatrict Court ren dered il the matters of said succession, barinug (late Feburary 2. 1901. will ofter for sale at publiho auection at theiae resit deauce of the dleceased are Labauve, 3rd ward Verntilion0parish, on Saturday, Marchil, IMg, between the hours prescribed by law, the followingtdescribed property in order to pay the debts of said succession to-wt: One certain parcel or tract of land situnated in Vermilion parish La., con taining wee acre bonnded an the north by land of Belizire Levy, sonth awE east by .abllc road, west by l.elizire Levy, one house, one corn crib, poe old shed, one gardeii, thre hos oe anoir, one safe and tweity barres of coru. Terms of sale-Cash. HYPOLITE PRIMIgAUZ, Ad ministrator. Saturday I ebruary 4, 1905. Greene & Greene, Attorneys. SHERIWP'S SALE. STATE OF LOUISIANA-:Vermilion Parish, 17th Judicial Distteit Cours. No. 2'78. Paulive Monceaux, vs Ed. j. Lehman, Agent. I. Clarence r. Edwards, Coroner and Acting Sheriff of the Parish of Vermil ion, La., by virtue of an order of seizure and sale, granted by the Honorable 17th Judicial District Court, bearing date January 16th, 1905, rendered In the matters of the above numbered and entitled suit, will proceed to ofbr for sale at public auction on Saturday thellth day of March 1906, between the hours prescribed by law, at the princi pal front door of the courthouse in the town of Abbeville, La., to satisfy three certain mortgage notes of $400.00 each, dated October 10th 1903, one payable December 20th 1003, one Pecember 20th 1904, and the other December 20th 1905, bearing 8 per cent per annum from date until paid except the first note above described, on which was paid $'200.00 December 18th 1003, whichl bears interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from December 20th 100k3, and all .alid notes containing an oblign. tion to pay 10 per cent additional on the aggregate amount thereof as Ateor oey's fees in case placed in the bands of an Attorney for colleclon alter maturity and all costs, the following described proporty, to-wit: Lots Nos. 13 and 14 of block 49of the town of Kaplan, La., ab per plat on file in the Clerk's office Vermilion Parish, la., toge:her with all buildings and improvements thereon situated or' thereto tielonging; said lots having a front on Avenue H: of 40 feet each by a depth of 132 feet, running back between parallel lines to an alley in said block. '_erms of sale: Purchaser to pay sumtm. cient money cash to satisfy the notes past driu and all interest, costs and At torney's fees, and to be given the aalme terms of credit for the payment of tihe note aild ihstalment not yet due as are granted the debtors. C. J. EDWAtnDS, Coroner and Acting Shertif, Parish Ver millos, La. Satur;tay February 4th 1905. Greene & Greene, Attorneys.