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Official Journal of The Parish And 'School Board.
VOL. XLIX. ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1905. NO. 10
ORDINANCE.
A URDINANCE preventing the roam
ing at large of live stock within
the limits of 5th ward of Vermil
ion.Parish.
Be it ordained by the Police Jury
d V.ermilion parish in regular session
arvened, That all owners 'f live
-atoek, such as horses, cattle, sheep,
goast, goats, Hogs, or any other live
iock are hereby forbidden to allow
*:'gem to roam at large within the
wnits of that (5th) fifth ward of
Vertmilion parish La.; And at that
)owners of aforesaid stock found
ing at large shall be responsible
all damages done by the said
k, (or animals) to crops or fields
other persons, and it shall be law
for the owners of any crops or
4 damaged by said animals to
them, and take proper care of
and shall immediately advertise
animals in at least three places
the neighborhood for ten days
eribing such animals and adver
them for sale to the highest,
der, by said taker up or some
p. n he may select, on a day, hour
,ld at a place specified in said notice,
r the payment of all the damages
:l 9e by said animals and the expense
fi keepiug same, which damages
'hll 1te assessed by two disinterested
gerties, one to be chosen by the taker
p of the apimals, and the other by
thelowner if he can be found and it
ti fonnd, or refusing them, by the
taker up said animals may he sold to
the highest bidder a ter ten days
s:tlue as aforesaid, and the damages
texpense to be paid out of the
aeeds of sale and the surplus, if
be pall into the parish treasury;
that the Owners of said ani
*may. at any time before' said
,:on paving the assessed damages,
-:expense take said animals, other
they shall be sold as above pro
by'such taker up or such
as he may select. This ordi
se to take effect after due. publi
A idopted Dec. 12, 1994.
SE. M. STEBBINS," President.
.. N,1 WIILLIAMS, Clerk.
ORDINANCE.
,A: ORpINANCE to prevent the killing
. of, or otherwise destroying the
alligators within the limits of
Vermilion parihi.
. Be it ordained by the police jury
ot Vermilion parish in regular
, tetling convened, That it shall
Ioemlawful for any person to kill,
mQothtrwise destroy the alligators
ir to have in possession hides there
4Within the limits of Vermilion
hiiih, for a period of fivo years
SI the publication of this ordi
*ace; and that to better" enforce
e observance of this ordinance it
flarther ordained that a fine of
*t25u00 be imposed for each and
etery violation thereof, and upon the
imiare of party payiln fine, then
(- y shall be condemned to wok on
ipublic roads of this parish for a
I#riod of thirty days; said fines to
bitimposed by any court of conipe
tMat jurisdict ion.
Adop'ed Dee. 12. 1904.
E. M. STEIBINS. President.
J. N. WILLIAMS. Clerk.
For Sale.
SDairy, paving $3,000 per year,
sting of 227 acres fine land adjoin
the corporation, one 11l-ro,mnl house
81ali, 2 large barns, 2 steel wind
00 pecan trees, plenty shade and
cod Cows. Apply to
J. H. LUTGIGING & CO.
' Trespasn !robee.
Ablbeville, La.. Dee.5, 193.i.
~ and after this ldate. ail persoui
. employees or those havin busi
itth mil. are heretl. fo hiildeo to
HamV property, or otherwise eoiter
. I.pnss on my pi',mise, udh,'r penal
ifathelaw. M. V. LAMPMIA N.
RIP AN S Tabules
1Doctors find
good prescription
For Mankind
Lcent placket is enongh for usual or
SThbe family bottle (&icents) con
ianpply for a year. All druggists
satibe for the Meridi onal. Only
dollar a year.
LUMBER
BARGAINS
To Everybody in need of Lumber:
Come and see us-get our
prices before you place
sour bill. We can give
you better bargains than
and body else.
We have had a liberal share of the
trade, we flatter ourselves that our
customers in the past will be ours in
the future, we are going to do just
as we say and we believe you wdll
believe us when we say it, andyou
will be doubly sure when you get
the prices by calling at our place of
business.
E. M. STEBBINS &
COMPANY.
SO 17TH WESTERN
LOUISIANA
INDUSTRIAL
INSTITUTE
Lafayette, Louisiana.
EDWIN L. Stephens, President.
Situated in the beantiful Bayou Ver
milion country. A State Institution of
Learning, both Academic and Practical.
and for both sexes. Magnificent Main
Building. Splendid- Brick Dormitories,
Mchanical Workshop theroughly eqnip
ped. Fourth seAsitn opens Wednesday,
Sept.. 2t. 1904. Write for handsome illue
troted Cataloflue to
CHAS. O. DE.JEAN,
Secretary.
Established in 1859.
W. B. THorMPSO. , P. C. McCor
W. B. THOMPSON & CO.,
Cotton -:- Factors
COMMISSION MERCH.ANTS,
No. 808 Perdido SLrcct,
New Orleads, La.
W. IH. C IEVIS,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates furnished for brick or
frame buildings.
Dec 20. Phone 52:
C EOL RESTAURANT
TO THE PUBLIC.
We have just purchased the
Spencer Restaurant and re-pectfully
solicit the trade of the public.
I Best Meal 25 cents.
at all hours.
Hot Coffee and Fine Cigars..
East State Street between Court House
and Masoni. Hall
Respectfully,
L. VALLE & WIFE.
Physician prescribes it
for, their most delicate
patients
$OLD and PURE.
For sale by
J. O'NEIL LEGE.,
Profcsssional Cards.
Oflice in rssidieneo on Washington
strcet, near Depot,
ABBE VILLk. LA.
Call and see me for first-class work
in Dentistry. Crown and Bridge work
L specialty. Prices reasonable and all
work &uaranteed satisfactory.
w. p EWARDS J. N. GREENB
EDWARDS & GREENE,
'Attorneys at Law,
Office 96 State street,
Abbevillle, La.
Hours 9 a. m. to 12 m.-1 to 4. m.
W. B. WHITE,
Abbeville, La.,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
L. Broussard, J R Kitchell. W W Bailey
BROUSSARD, KITCHELL& BAIL EY,
Attorneys at Law,
Office near courthouse,
Abbeville. La.
L. O. O. BROUSSARD. GEO. W. SUMMERS
For prompt and courteous at
tention go to
BROUSSARD & SUMMERS
IN SURANCE AGENTS
AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Office i Bank Bldg. Abbeville. La
1 .
Wayside Jottings.
The squeak voice is sure to be cor
rectly produced by the phonograph.
A college professor says that gum
instead of being chewed ought to be
e'chewed.
Get the smile that wont wear off,
that is better tian : bath in the
fountain"of vouth.
T'l! f dlow who has not a cent in
the vorld is ne-:er worried with
:hougihts of a good in estmenit.
The colorLd man next to shoctin~
ing "craps" would rather ride on a
train.than any other past-time. -
It is a good thing that our local
belles have suddenly taken a fancy
for loud and gaudy colors, or we
would not be aware that Mardi Gras
is coming.
The H-oly Book says that a man
must ,win his bread by the sweat of
his brow," but, that it is just what
the average man objects to.
Don't be silly. You might think
that you are killing time but are not.
It's a sure thing that time will event
aally kill you.
Because your friend writes to you
on the note paper of a leading hotel,
is,ulo proof that he is stopping there.
If you can't talkl to your friends
without telling them your troubles it
it better that you keep silent.
About the only individual who
does not object to taxes is the man
who does not own a cent of property.
A writer says that if Adam had
lived until today, he w-,uld not have
the money that Rockerfeller has, if
he had made twenty-five dollars every
day of his life. Maybe that is meant
to prove that Adam was bcnest.
Much has been said of the man
who does not support his home paper,
but if the paper is not deserving of
support how can you hlamar him. I,
should be the aim of those engagtd
in the publishing of, newspapers to
make the home paper so interesting
that it will compel every one to want
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinirie Tablets.
All diaggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
on each box. 2sc.
Build up Your Town.
Are you interested in the growth
adid prosperity of your city and coun
tyv? We feel that you are, and that
with the glorious prospects ahead you
will be willing:to do your share to
wards the work. Some may think
that they cannot do anything. Ev
ery one can do something in the work.
If you own any property that is idle
and unproductive, it should be your
duty and ~onr pleasure to dispose of
it at a reasonable figure and thereby
give some one an opertunity to come
in and help in the work. Put your
price on it and turd It over to some
reliable real estate agent to sell for
yon, thereby helping all. We want
more people and more capital, but
unless we are willing to make it pos
sible for the stranger to buy property,
we 'cannot expect him to settle among
us, nor to invest. Consider this matter
seriously and then act for the best
interests of all concerned.
The advice of this paper to every
land owner who has property for sale
in Vermilion parish is to list the lands
with some competent enterprising and
wide-awake real estate agent, at a
price that will enable him to interest
prospective investors. In this way
you will serve a three-fold purpose,
namely: You will dispose of your
property, you will help to build up
the community and you will aid, fbe
real estate agent in maintaining a list
of properties with which to catch the
attention of men in other states who
are seeking new locations. Then,
too, you will be enabled to learn if
you have set a fair valuation upon
your property.
A. Great Sunday Magazine.
Not only is the news of the whole
wor'd covered with unexampled full
t:ess in the Sunday issues of the, Chi
cago Re:ord-Herald, but every edi
tion embrscces also an exceedingly
choice assortment of illustrated
special articles ranking with the high
est products of our best magazines.
Such well-known and popular writers
as William E. Curtis and Walter
Wellman and Frank G. Carpenter
are regular contributors to the Chica
go Sunday Record-Herald. There
are many special articles in each is
sue of particular interest to women,
including the latest fashions, house
Lold economy, art, music and the
drama, etc. There is a beautifully
illustrated special sporting section,
whi'ch not only covers all the news of
the sporting world with a thorough
ness that satisfies to the utmost, but
includes also entertaining departments
by'such sporting experts as Tim Mur
Kansas City Southern Railway
"-Straight as the Crow Files"
KANSAS CITY TO THE OULF
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF
CLIMATE, SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER
RAILWAY IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH
Along its line are the finest lands, suited for growing small grain, corn, flax,
cotton; for commercial apple and peach orchards, for other fruits and ber
ries; for commercial cantaloupe, potato, tomato and general truek farms;
for sugar cane and riee cultivation; for merchantable timber; for raising
horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry and Angora goats
Write for laformation Concerning
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
Maw Colony Loestions, Improved Farms, Mineral Lands, Rice Lands sad Tll be
Lands, and for oples of "Current Events," Business Opportunliles
Rice Book, K. C. S. Fruit Book.
THE 8HORT UNE TO
"THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT."
c. E. awD Zr., Div. lass. , As , 3.. WARNa, 0P.. and . A.,
Tearkuam, Yasx. gam s City, wo.
. .. Z0D Ura, Tra r. ass. and Zaig's Agt., gases City, Ct o.
nane, who writes of base-ball matters;
Malachy Hogan, noted for his "Talks
on Pugilism," and J. L. Hervey.
who' conducts the department of
*'harness horses." The comic sec
tion an other entertaining depart
ments *ound out this mammoth Sun
day magazine to the entire satisfac
tion of its readers.
Grandma beside the:evening lamp,
scanning the pages of her "old scrap
book'-presumably hunting clippings
for Joe Chapple's $10,000 "Heart
Throb" competition now running in
the National-makes beautiful the,
cover of the March number of the
National Magazine of Boston.
onasm.
The Sudduth Pear
(A twig sirx' inches long containing 13
nicely formed pears)
The Marvel of the
Age in Horticulture
Never known to Blight
Trees fruit youtng, annually and
abundantly.
Write for history and price list:to
AUGUST'INE & CO. NURSERY
NORMAL, ILL.
Plant Camyrna Fig Trees.
(Genuine Smyrna Fig in Commerce)
The only Fig that is fit for com
mercial purposes. A sample box of
Calirnyra dried Figs sent postpaid
for 20 cents.
"The Smyrna' Fig at "Rome and
Abroad."
by Geo. A. Roeding, 87 pages, illus
trated, sent postpaid, 25 cents.
Complete illustrated general nurse
ry catalogue mailed,for 5e postage.
Fancher Creek Nurseries, Inc.
Paid-up Cfpltal, $200,000.00.
FRE SNO. CALIFORNIA.

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