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Cass. L. SPRNGER, Manager.
Telephone 46.
Entered at the Postoffice at Abbeville,
La., as Second-class mail matter.
East bound 10:42 a. m.
West bound 12:54 p. m.
Frank Walker, one of the
traveling employes, or the' com
pany, was in town on biusiness
O. H. Deshotels transacted
business in Abbeville Monday.
Paullive Manceaux was in Ab.
beville Monday.
Get a $1. shirt for 75 cents at
J. F. Broussard & Bros.
" Born to Mrs. John Linsicombe,
Saturday, June 10. a son.
Justice B. J. Hartman was in
Abbeville Monday on official
Lindsey Lincicombe and Fank
Barrington went to Gneydan
with a drove of mules for the
company Saturday.
Frank Harrington and Chas.
Daler spent Sanday in Abbeville.
We make a specialty of hand
ling nothing but pure and fresh
- drugs. Abbeville Drug Compa
Joe Gooch was over at Abbe.
Svile on business Monday.
Alphonse Guidry visited re.
astaves at Cow Island Saturday.
i Paul Montagne was over from
Abbeville a few days this week
calling on his numerous friends
Matlon Blanche will sell entire
stock of men's women's and
chlldren's shoes at COST, be.
ginning Saturday, June 17, end.
mg Saturda*, June 24.
Mack Hopkins, of Crowley was
a business visitor in town Mon.
M. Romaine spent Monday at
parish seat.
A stag bathing party was made
E made up Sunday and a jolly good
8wim was enjoyed by Rene
Broussard, C. J. Montgomery,
C . J. Lehman. Joe Gooch, Bob
Oreene, Oscar Swier rand Hi
s Hudson. They all had a splendid
time and will repeat the outing
at frequent intervals.
Work up a musele by taking
athletic exercise. Bally, the
druggist has everything in box
lag gloves, punching b*gs, clubs
and everything neessary to fit
out a private gymnuseum.
Camile LeBlanc, deputy sher.
II, was over from Abbeville
serving notices here Monday.
Miss Efie Price and hber
brothers, Masters Peal and Gil
bert, left Sunday for Houston,
Texas, where they will reside in
future. All their friends here
deeply regret their learvli apd
- bade them good by with the
that they will be happy in their
` new home.
~.. ootballs, Striking Bags, In.
dian Clubs, Dumb Bells, Boxing
Gloves at Bailey's.
Mrs. F. O. LeBlanc was enter.
ti.i ed by friends in Abbeville
- while visiting there Monday.
Desire Meaux, of Cossinade,
came to Kaplan Monday on busi.
The contractor who has charge
of the enlargement and improve.
laent of the Kaplan Cotton Gin,
Mr. Swallow, came up from New
Orleans Monday and at oncel
started to work on the plant.
usre wYan.
It was a huge task, to undertake the
iare .asuch a badcase of k4ney di
Bas:e, as that of C. P. Collier, of Cheb
aOel Ia., but Electric Bitters did it.
Swrites: "My kidneys were so far
me,1 I could not sit on a chair without
SoCusLma; and salered fram dreadful
betkahe, headache, and depressio.
fA i lctric Bitters, hownever, I found a
~re, and by them was f resd to per.
Amst health. I recounImed this great
e medicine to all with weak kid!
S+lier or os,-ch, Qg,-. ran. d i -
The new mbachineJroorPLea
Bros., cottpu gin at ( e a,'
rived at the .Kapla.' station last
week and was at once carted over
to Cossinide to be intt~it . This
new gin is now nearly completed
and will be one of the best- equip
ped plants in this part' of the
500 pairs of shoes ti be sold at
COST at Maison Bla-he1e. June
17 to 24.
Prof. O. J. Lyons mset his class
in music here Tuesday. '
Miss Nils Tilley wwase guest
of friends Mh Abbeville isla.
H. J. Montagne paid a busi
ness visit to the parish seat-Tues
Bailey's Drug Store is head
quarters for all kinds of sport
ing goods.
George Tiopins, wop sip plies
the Kaplan people w t4 ibe these
hot days brought over a load from
Abbeville Tuesday.
A slight shower of raij fell in
and around Kaplan-Monday, do
ing much good to the growing
drops. -
Don't miss the shoe sale at
Maison Blanche, Jpne 17 to 24.
Meaux Brothers, of Cc sinade,
received a carload of :.bugges
this week and started ,'uesd y
to hauling them over .tW. Cosri
Emile Bernard.of Ralph Moss'
store, out on the lHuntei Canal,
was in town on busintss Tues
A sudden change in the weath
er is apt to cause you- to become
hoarse and to cougb. Try Mill's
Syrup of Tar ant `Wild Cherrv.
For sale by the Abbeville Drug
W. J. Roddy left Tuesday for
Algiers. where he will be engag
ed in looking after business mat
ters for some time,
Eugene Price paid .a pleasant
visit to friends at Indian Bayou
last Sunday. .
When 40** sell at COST,:
we do not-.ell at 50op1r cent pro
fit. Maison Blanche: ,
Adolph Theriot , returned
Thursday from a visit to Abbe
" mave ena a Ceask
A dope of Ballard' -Horehonad
Syrup will relieve it. Have you -a
Try it for whooping cogh, for asth
ma, for consumption, for': bronchitis.
Mrs. Joe McGrath, 326 E. ist. Street
Hutchinson, Kans. writes; "I have
used Ballard's Horehound Syrup in
in my family for 5 years, and find it
the most palatable medcine lever used.
Sold by A. J. Godard.
Play ball! But see that you
get your balls, bats. gloves and
masks from Bailey's.
Alodias Theriot was arrested
Thursday on the charge of shoot
lg a cow belonjing: to Mxrs.
Arvan Hebert, and taken to Ab.
beville to await a hearing in the
John Linsicombe went to Ab.
beville on a brief business visit
Every person complains occas
ionally of kidney troubles-Mill's
Kidney and Liver Cure, works
wonderful results. Abbeville
Drug Company sells it.
F. T. Foote came' over from
Abbeveille Thursday to settle
the complaints that have been
made by the Italians on the com
pany farms, and eb thoroughly
and expeditiously did he attend
to all the questions of difference
that nine of the colony packed
up their belongings and `depart
ed for New Orleans the next
3.asa canes hbe cured.
By local applieations,as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
meas, and that is by constitutional u
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous fin- v
lag of the Eustachian tube. When n
this tube is inflamed you have a rumb
intg sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness is e
the result, and unless the lna*amation f
can be taken out and this tube restored c
to its normal condition, hearing will r'
be destroyed forever; nine cases out of
te are caused by catarrh, which is
h-man but an inflamed condition of
m-amuwous surfaces S
We will give one hundred dollars for
y Case of deafness (ca.used by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hill's
Catarrh Cure. ,Send for circulars
P J. Cheney & Co., Teled, O.,
Tae Hall's Pamlly Pils for comtl
Ior ssn by au evugjns, I
M. Garrison,of near Coli~nade,
was a business visitor in 'town
.Th4Italian colony is growing
steadily less around Kaplan, six
more families having left for New
Orleans this week.
J. B. Frederick. of Abbeville,
was over on a business visit
F. Manceaux went toy the par
ish seat to transact business
S. D. Broussard spent Wed
nesdav in Abbeville.
Judge Schlesinger came over
Wednesday 'from Abbeville on
legal business.
M. Romaine went to Abbeville
for a short.time Tuesday.
Remy Hebert, of Spring Hill,
was in town Monday.
The cotton crop around Kap
lan is the best known for years
and by all who have examined It
is pronounced the finest in Ver
milion parish. The stand is
strong and healthy and it is now
all chopped out so that some idea
can be had of its condition and
promise. This week a few stalks
were brought in to town from
the Kaplan cotton farm that
measured three feet and two
inches, with good,healthy leaves.
All crops, rice, cotton, corn, and
truck are improving all the time
and business is lively in Kaplan
these days,
Dying of Pa mine
Is, in its torments, like dying of con
sumption. The progress of consump
tion, from the beginning to the very
end, is a long torture, both to victim
and friebds. "When I had consump
tion in its first stage," writes Wm.
Myers, of Cearfoss, Md., "after trying
different medicines and a good doctor,
in vain, I at last took Dr. King's New
Discovery, which quickly and perfect
ly cured me." Prompt relief and sure
cure for coughs, colds, sore throat,
bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents
pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drug
gists, price 50c and $1.00 a bottle.
Trial bottle free.
Lastie Broussard is visiting
his parents in Lafayette parish.
NO Secret About It.
It is no secret, that for cuts, burns,
ulcers, fever sores, sore eyes, boils,
etc.,nothing is so effective as Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. "It didn't take long to
d cure a bad sore I had, and it is all O.
SK. for sore eyes," writes D. L. Gre
gory of Hope, Tex. 25c at all drug
August F.iis:wns, ag.' 57, dieP
e Friday at his home on Lafay-t.e
n street. The funeral took place
t Saturday with interment in the
Catholic cemetery. Deceased
was born and raised in New Or
leans and had. lived here for
several years: Besides his wife
he leaves a son, Victor and two
daughters, Mrs. Pedaur and
Miss Maggie Faisans.
A Guaranteed care For Piles.
Itching, blind, bleeding, or protrud
ing Piles. Druggists refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT. fails to cure any
case,, no matter of how long standing,
in 6 to 14 days. First application
gives ease and rest. 50c. If your
druggist hasn't it send 50c in stamps
and it will be forwarded post-paid by
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs A. L. LeBlance entertain
ed at a sumtuous repast Tues
day evening in honor of, John
Grand, of Baton Rouge, who is
visiting in Abbeville. The fol
lowing were present: Misses
Lizzie Lyons, Daisy 1eray, Clara
LeBlanc, Dr. and Mrs.A, Landry,
Mrs. .Samson Ch:iuvin, Messrs
Geo Honald, James Loyd and
John Grand.
.The Good Old Wav.
A severe cold or attact of la grippe
is like a fire the sooner you .combat it
the better your chances are to over
power it. But few few mothers in
this age are willing todothe necessary
work required to give a good old fasn
ioned treatment such as would be ad
ministered by their grandmothers
backed by Boschee's German Syrup,
which always liberally ased in con
nection with the home treotment of
cold and is still in greater household
frvor than any knowp reme~ly. But
even with out the application of the old
fashioned oids Cerman Syrup will
cure a severe cold in quick time. It
relieles the congested organs, allays
the irritatiod and effectually stops the 2
cough. Any child will take it. It is 2
idvaluable in a household of 'children, 2
Srial size bottle, 25c, regular size 75c.
For sale by all druggists. 2
To curea~Qold inQo i
-A ýI J, W
T~b Ll~t ae t·-.
The Board of School Directors
of Vermillion parish has appoint
ed Prof. Wilboyte to be principal
of the Kaplan public schotl. with
Miss Mamie Moullialctl a, assist
ant. Both Prof. Michel 'and
Miss Wischan, who were here
last year, will be missed by the
pupils, but it is Pxpected that
the new instructors will continue
the good work which the last
school term showed.
The Secret of Smcees..
Forty million bottles of August Flow
er sold in the United States alone since
its introduction! And the demand for
it is still growing. Isn't that a fine
showing of success? Don't it prove
that August Flower has had unfailing
success in the cure of indigestion and
dyspepsia the two greatest enemies of
health and happiness? Does it not
afford the best evidence that August
Flower is a sure specific for all stom
ach and intestinal disorders?-that it
has proved it self the best of all liver
regulators? August Flower has a
matchless record of over thirty five
years in curing the ailing millions of
these distressing complaints a success
that is becoming wider in iti scope
every day, at home and abroad, as the
fame of August Flower spreads.
Trial bottles 25c; regular size, 75c For
sale by all druggists.
Via The Kansas City
SAsheville, N. C., June 22 to 24,one
fare plus 25 cents for round trip
Athens, Ga . June 23rd to 26th,
one fare plus 25 cents for round
- trip. Knoxville, Tenn.,' June
18th to 20, 24th and 25th,, one
rare plus 25 cent· for round trip.
Niaraga Falls. N. Y., June 17th
to 19th, one fare plus $2.00 round
trip. Toronto, Ontario, June
17th to 22nd, one fare plus $2.00
round trip. Summer tourists
rates in effect daily. Low rates
to Portland, Oregon, account of
the Lewis &. Clarke Exposition,
also to San Francisco and Los
Angeles, Cal. T. B. Hutchins,
List of men who will serve at
N ext Tcm of Cout.
State of Louisiana.
Parish of Vermilion.
I Simonet LeBlanc, Clerk of
Court and Ex-Officio Jury Com
missioner, in and for the Parish
of Vermilion, State of Louisiana,
do hereby certify that in accor
dance with an order issued by
the Hon. Williams Pierrepont
Edwards, Judge of the 17th Ju
dicial District Court. in and for
the Parish of Vermilion, State of
Louisiana, of date May 25th 190,5,
the Jury Commission' in and for
the Parish of Vermilion, State of
Louisiana, legally appointed and
qualified, in and for said Parish
and State, in the presence of the
two competent witnesses, duly
summoned by the Clerk for that
purpose, proceeded, on Tuesday
the 30th day of May A. D., 1905,
in conformity with' said order
and in accordance with Act 135 of
the General Assembly of Louis
iana, for thevyear 1898, approved
July 13,1898, to draw Petit Jurors
for the week of the session of
said Court beginning, Monday
June the 19, 1905, and the names
of those so drawn are as follows,
1 R. L. Wright 4
2 Columbus Broussard 4
3 P. Numa Broussard 3
4 Frank D. Moss 2
5 W. D. ooch 3
6 W. H. Hair 8
7 E. A. Rose 3
8 Neville Faulk 5
9 Frank Hargrove 5
10 Homer Lemaire i
11 A. F. Linsev 5
12 Russel Greene 6
13 Cleophas Brasseaux 2
14 Eli Sarver 5
15 W. S. Nilson , 3
16 Gustave LeBlanc 3
17 Frank Wallace 8
8 R. P. ILeBlane 1
9 Ernest Brasseaux 2
2" Ed. Haste 5
21 Sebastiee Guidry 6
22 Lee Elliot 8
23 Henry C Harrington 6
4 D. L ~ ePhersone 3 d
25 Thoma. C. Fletcher 3
26 S. S. Singleton 8
27 Baltazare Dore 2
28 C. E. Duller 8
29 Thelesfore Theriot 3
30 Samuel Wootan 8
In testimony whereof, witness
my hand and seal of office, at
Abbeville, La., this 30th day of
May, A. D., 1905.
[SEAL] Simonet LeBlanc,
Clerk of the District Court and
Ex-Oflicio Jury Commissioner,
Vermilion Parish, La.
Thast Tired Feeling.
If you are languid, depressed, in
capable for work, it indicates that
your liver is out of order. Herbine
will assist nature to throw off head
aches, rheumatism and ailments akin
to nervousness and restore the ener
gies and and vitality of sound and per
fect, health. J. J. Hubbard Temple,
Texas. writes, "I .have used Herbine
for thepast two years. It has done me
more good than all the doctors. It is
the best medicine ever made for chills
and fever." 50c.
Sold by A. J. Godard.
Talmage's Rice Report.
Demand for the week has been
active at the sharp ad vance not
ed past two weeks. Japan sorts
are active request, but transac
tions are limited, account of re
stricted pfferingas hence, the
activity noted has been centered
more particularly on the Hon.
duras styles and the movement
has been large, the market clos
ing firm at quite an item above
last week. As previously noted,
this market, while it has respond.
ed freely to the advance, is favor
ed by orders from territory
usually drawing suipplies at the
South, as prices. at the moment
are relatively lower here that at
primary points. Advices form
the South note active demand on
he Atlantic Coast. At New Or-.
leans, the demand is brisk at the
advance, with an enlarged en
quiry form the North and West.
This is a strong factor in the
situation, for if The demand was
purely speculaltive (like swapov
ing jack knives amouig the de
alers. leaving the knife yet to be
sold at the last) there would
still be the burden on the market,
but as indicated, later, transac
tions are mainly for consump
tive requirements, and as such
a sustaining factor. In the In
terior-Southwest Louisiana and
Tezast-there are reports of ad
ditional mills closing down. The
growing crop has met' with
unusual drawkacl.s, on account
of untoward weather preventing
ploughing and seeding. It is
estimanted that not over thirty
percent of last year's acreage
has been planted, and the growth
so tardy that harvest will be
form thirty to sixty'days late.
cures Old sores
Westmoreland, Kans. May 5, 1902:
Ballard, Snow Liniment Co., Your
Snow Liniment cured an old sore on
the side of my chin that was suposed
to be a cancer. The sore was stub
born and would not yield to treatment:l
until I tried Snow Liniment, whf.h
did the work in short order. My sit
ter, Mrs. Sophia J. Carson' Allens=
ville, MiBin Co. Pa. has a sore and
mistrusts that it is a cancer. Please
send her a Soe. bottle.
Sold by A. J. Godard.
On last Saturday evening. Mrs.
Eugene E. Gaspard died at her
home in 'Beaomoat. Texas. ' The
remains were brought to Abbe
ville for intermnent the burial be
ing in the Catholic cemetery here
the funeral services being held
in the Catholic church Sunday
evening. Deceased 'was born
and raised bere and -leaves her
husband ndd one child, besides
two brothers and two sisters.
Mrs. Dolse LeBlanc died Tues
day at her homp on LAke Simonet,
aged 65 years. .The remains
were broughtb °to Abbeville and
buried in the family vault.
[eceased leaves a hnsband, two
Some day you will get a bad scare,
when you feel a pain In your bowels,
Ind fear appendicitis. Oafety lies in
)r. King's' New I$fe Pills, a sure
ure; for all bowel and stomach dis.
ae, such as headache, biliousness;
ostivenes, et. .uarhnted at. all
1mug Msu.s. only : =r th(ea -
nir .There must be a foundation for every remat k
The foundation of ours rests -in the entiru =ittisfacti, ri
our different lines are giving.
Strauss High Art Suits from Sf2.50 to $25.00 the
Stacy Adams Shoes and Oxfords S5 and50 thepair.
TheFamous CarmsettShoear Oxford $3.50 the pair.
Esgle Shirts SI to I$250.
And all other things pertaining to men's a~r,
S equally satisfactory.
We have just received 1500 yards of a
A Frenoh Smbroldertes and In.eto." -
tlons, siungy or In match sets.
These goods are not the usual kind,!
but of the kind that denotes style, taste,
and quality.
t By-the-way, we nmay say the same of our line of
. dress goods.
-. A Postal Card brings you samples. Free of
., A bbeville, Louisiana.
We all Want it and some of u
need it.
If so, we will be glad: to make AD
now growing, at eight per . cent
upon pledge of rice to be. miltp at
any of our .Mills.'
Abbeville- Rice Mill ,iimtea0g
Abbevile, La.
brothers, Lastie and Numa
[ Broussard, two sisters, Mrs.
SAdolph LeBlanc and Mrs. Julien
Broussard and several children,
~to mourn her, loss.
D. D. Cline has moved to Abbe
ville with his family from New
Iberia and will engage in the
real estate and insuranee busi
ness here.
Paul and Alfred Montagne
went fishing Tuesday,..
Alfred Baudoin is Ibaying his
residence on State street re
modeled, the work beidg done by
Fournier & Abshire; the con
tractors and builders.
Mrs. Nelson Greene `entertain
ed atluncheon Tuesday afternoon
from four to six o'clock, 'the
guests being Mesdam'i~s Jake
Immergluck, Jos. Imnme rgluck
Sam. Weiss,. Rene .ere, A. J.,
Godard and M. Weiss. toi unklei
Mesbers Geo. Hon..aid, The
dore Feray, Francoa' M bLeg.
uenec and Paul E. Legueno spent
Sunday at Bull Hole fishing.
The case of J. 0. Legs rs .the
different persons Who furnished
the Koerner Constrnetion Co., of
Lake Charles, materials and sup
plies for the building of the ne-W
hotel, has been bn trial this week
before Judge Edwards..
The Rodrigues murder case is
set down for trial next M nd:.
and as the prisoner has 'been i
jail for more than a year it ii 3t
be supposed that be is anti
for a-trial. .
Paul E. tfeguenec has retaur.
ed home after an ab sei of
several months,: :
Last Saturday the f'`:t idter
ments were ae in .h new
Catholic center ; aizthe
were thie extrmes f- liafe; an it
fant and an old man.
New roasting eats are -ow ot
the kietRd . lte #t tce[' cens .
a doseti;
The fence eeosing, tt~e new
ita very et
0 '0t
Don' rorget`
when you come tta, W.
Clothes e
Cleaaned, res.. .a . .
paired at modcrate -
,Satisfaction ~g rant ..
Me n O ...t ter .
State htree,-, .: ;: ?i y t
.Carload 4 .ine $en
Cane a" C-tton
LeBlanv ra Mrader.
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eTfl us*n RWSWv avf
f . w.ov..
abot rih who u .=as bir: &
ria snrrt ipet 1 esd oy i r A ,
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