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VOL[ N(EFORTY-NINE ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1905. - NUMBUR2
f J, F, IROliSSARD & BROS.
LABDIEs LOW QUARTI'ER
Formierly $3 50 ............. ......... ........... Now $2.75
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AMBEVILLE, L.A.
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oa WUant
to rent or sell you property? Do you want to
buy or tent a home? Call on or address:
D,, D. Cline
THE REAL ESTATE IMAN
*Room 14, Bank Building. - Abbeville, La.
*. blues.
20 per cent off on ladies tan ox
fords.ý
. er cent off on . all childrens .
. Sandals.
*- JUST IN.
* A new shipment of Stacy Adams Shoes at
and $5.50. A. new shipment of Crossett
.ShoeP$3.50. i
, "<~ WI N OT TRDY US WIT A MAIL eORDe.
-! J2WEaLL. d BROS.
Abbeville, Louisiana.
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t illOn
OUR REDUCTION in Clothing
will last for two weeks longer.
4~ ?Ler cent of
4 On any suit in the house. "Hart,
Schafiner & Marx" and "Sterling"
brands. Regular, slim and stout.
Stauffer Bros.. $, L.
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Grove's Tastordvo Chil oi
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D. D. DCLINE
Notary Public,
Real Estate,
Insurance.
Office, room 14, Bank Butll4ug.
Abbeville. La.
r. Jidsu V. McCan,.
DENTIST.
All Work Done Promptly.
Office. Residence, corner Lafayette and Jefferson
streets.
Phone 35. Abbeville. La.
Raphael J. Labauve.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC
Office in Court House.
Abbeville - - Louisiana
J. Nm.soN GRE.ie. PmRETON J. RgdSE
GREENE & GREENE,
Attorneys at Law,
Office 96 State Street,
Abbeville La.
Hot'rs 9 a. m. to 12 m.-1 to 4p. m.
W. B. WHITE,
Abbeville, La.,
Attorney at Law and Lotary Public.
I. Broussard, R Kitchell. W W Bailey
BROUSSARD, KITCHELL & BAlIMY.
Attorneys at Law,
- Office near courthouse,
Abbeville. La.
R. P. NELSON, L. D. S..
Ottice iti residence on Washiugto~i
street, near Depot,
ABBEVILLE. LA.
Call .nd see me for lret-class work
in Dentistry. Crown and Bridge work
a epeefaity. Prices reasonable and all
work anaranteed satisfactory.
Dr. M. R. Cushman
PHYSICIAN & 'SURGEON.
Office in Godard's Drugstore.
Telephones:
Office - - - . 33
Residence - - - 102
W. J. Quick.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
House Building a Special..
Phone 60. Abbeville, ita.
Dr. R. J. Young,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON".
Calls. promptly answerdl.
Office, Magdeline Square.
Phone: Residence,. No. 78.
" Office. No. 6.
W. H. CHflEVIS,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates furnished for brick or
frame buildings. .
Dec-20.. Phone 25.
I,. 0. HROUSAISRD. 'G(.O W. SUMMRR8
For prompt and courteous at
ten tion go to
BROUSSARD & SUMMERS
INSURIANCE AGENTS
AND
NOTARIES PUBLIC.
Office in lank Bide. Abbevllle. La
Established in 1869.
W. B. THOMPSON. P. C. McCoi
W. B. THOMPAON & CO.,
Cotton -:- Factors
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t ( 1111M;SION iaRCEHRtN'IT .
No. 808 Perdido Street,
New Orleas. iJL
C. J. reraq
BICYCLE AND HARNESS REPAIRS.
Bicycles bought and
sold. All kinds of
bicycle parts con
stantly on, hand.,
- Work done neatly
and promptly.
State street, next door to Valle's Res
taurant, Abbtefile, La.
Baiz i in i idil lln i ,
ROBBERY At GUEDUANI
Thbleves Caught at Lafay.
ette and Brought to
Abbevilte
tome time during last Friday
night the general: merchandise
store of Gammill & Co., in Guey
dan, w.sa entered by' thieves
and quite a large quantity of
goods stolen. The robbery., was.
not discovered until the store
was opened for business Satur
da~ morning,and, an examination
sh we~t fat tlpe thieves had forc
ed out one of.the panes of glass
in the office window, after trying
to pry open the sliding door back
in the warehouse. They carried
off several pairs of fine shoes,
rase shirts, socks,knives,razors,
cigars and tobacco,using a couple
of `sacks that had contained veg
etables to pack their.plunder in.
No trace could be found of the
robbers, bn t it .was thought to
have been the work of negroes
and the sheriffs of nearby parish
es were notified of the. theft.
*bdaky, Sheriff Lacaste of La
f~t~ e notified W. M. Haste that
he had' arrested a couple of young
negroes, giving their names as
Felix Coleman and James Smite,
who had most of the stolen goods
in their possession. They were
brought to Abbeville Tuesday
morning by:sheriff Boudreau and
one of his deputies and lodged in
jail. Coleman and Smith drop
ped into Gueydan only last week,
-clainigg to hail from New Or
leans, and in their talk with the
coon town people they claimed to
have an easy way of living. Near
ly $100 worth of goods was car
ried off by these thieves, but thq
grerte . part 6f 'the articles will
be r covered:.
Bgaeball- Carnlval.
Two games of baseball were
played here last Sunday between
the Abbeville Grays and the
Eagens, a team composed of
players from Crowley,Onelousas,
and other points. .The first
game was called at 2:45 p. m. and
was quite interesting, the score
being 11 to 5 in favor of the Grays.
The second game began at about
five o'clock and resulted in an
other victory for the Grays by a
score of 9 to 3. Several good
plays are credited to both teams
and the records show some errors
also. The two game on thewhole
were well worth seeing, although
the playersisere worn out and
very tired towards the end.
They showed grit by sticking o t
to the finish 'and' they were "cn
couraged by an unusuilly ilarge
attendance
Fred's Team Doing Well.
Fred Mestaver's Racket Store
team is coming to the front and
now hold the reputation of being
the tirongest "youngster" nine
in this neighborhood., The Rack
et Stores played twos fine games
1st.week and wors victories in
both games. The. first took place
Thursday when they'administer
ed a telling blow to sweet Stans
b~irsy's Blues, the score being
7 to i6. The second game .was
played Saturday when the Rack
et team defeated the Perry boys
t a score-of 4 to-2. The yeunig
sters propose to tackle the Grays
at an early date and a rattling
good game is expected. F'oJlow
ing are the names of the players
ly occupy: Robert Gastiu p;
Armond Flory, c; A:ery Guiiry,
1 b; Bert, 2 b; Richard Pl.einiug,
3 b; Lloyd Stansbiry,.. s; .ltoyd
White, r f; Ed Nini, c f; .Raphel
Hebert, I f; Blister Blsnehard,
pig tail.
A GuaraUseed 4sre For vWIe
ItcbiLng. blind, _lbeeai , or p-tnrd
ing ile. Druggists refund an onet y if
PAZO OIN'MENB' fail. to owar iny
aio tet b how Jog tng,
in6 `to 14 dy, ; FiR ap pication
g rest. 74 WI your]
' tgi ist Isa't it asend 5f tynlar
it bforkarded aad
Coons in Trouble.
One of the most interesting
cases to appear before Judge
Schlesinger Was that of Delmas
Matte vs. Adam Rufhfn,both sons
of Africa. Last Thursday after
noon Delmas came to town and
appeared before the Third Ward
Justice Court to lodge complaint
against Adam for having disfig
ured him. Delmas was minus
the greater part of his lower lip
which he claimed was chewed off
by his adversary in a conflict
that took place Thursday morn
ing at Spring Hill "between the
two negrbes. Judge Schlesinger
took immediate action and in a
few hours Adam Ruffin was
lodged behind the bars without
bail to await trial by a higher
court.
Pat Newson and Jos. Finley,
both colored, and claiming to be
nov residents of this state, were
also lodged in jail by Sheriff
Boudreau, to serve as material
witnesses in the above case.
Bill Harvesty, colored, held up
a peaceful assembly of nekroes
across the river, all by his lone
some, at two o'clock Sunday
morning, and Bill was allowed to
be the boss of the g'thering. He
held his exalted position but a
short while,for Sheriff Boudreau
put in an appearance, accompa
nied by Justice J. Ablert Schles
inger and Ed anon Trahan,and be
fore this trio Bill saw that it was
best to sing low. He was taken
to the cooler and when searched
was relieved of a long, butcher
knife with which he had :wed
the negroes. After resting in
hoc for awhile he was released
on $5q bond.
Building and Loan Of.
ficers.
The Abbeville Building and
Loan Association, Limited held
the annual" meeting of its stock
holders Tuesday and elected
the following board of directors:
Dr. C. J. Edwards,- president;
Albert Stauffer, vice president;
Ophelias Baurque, treasurer; L.
O. Broussard, sec'retarv; Lastie
Broussard, Eli Wise, F. L.
Melebeck. The board elected
Broussard, Kitchell & Bailey, at
torneys, and Btroussard &
Summers, notaries. The associa
tion, now in its fourteenth year,
was the pioneer in co-operative
effort in this town andiitssuccess
has stimulated the formation of
corporations. Stock one year
old earned a dividend of 25 per
cent and the total assets amount
to $89,408.
A Social Gathering.
A pleasant social gathering
took place at the hospitable home
of Mr. and.Mrs. Frank A. God
chaux last week which was grea4
ly enjoyed by all those in attend
ance. Various games were play
ed, but the donkey was the most
amusing and also the most inter
esting, the prizes being awarded
as follows: First, Wilmer Steb
bins and Mrs. Brinkman. Con
solation, Milton White and Miss
Henrietta Trahan. , Those pres
ent-. were Misses Annie May
Watts, Winnie Bassich, Ouida
Labit,May Yonna, Matte Young,
Aline Abadie, Eniily Putnam,
Corrie Lann. Carrie Wall, Annie
JEldredge, Beulah Holmes, Idolie
Trahan, Minnie Putnam, .Nora
SFeray, Gertrude Sokoloski, Lida
Jackson, Maude Stebbins, Annie
Putnam, and Messrs Joe Collins,
.R#n Webster, Clay Summers,
Chester Labit, Bill Carrv,Milton
White, Luther Terrier, Wilin'er
Stebbins, Perry LeBland, Fe
wick Young, Frunk Summers,
Alphonse L. Boudrett, Dalton
Y ngi Geo Eldredge, S:ion
LeBlanc He terv aflepur, , Dave
Silverman, Howar~ Smit, S
was White, Oto J. $rosard,
f ' m rri·. Johusi .
.t.ot4,Sii g 4 -
Cih'ud:: ~4.u a: yea8
Broussard Scores Escudler.
EDITOR MERIDIONAL:
In replying to an article in the
Weekly Herald, I would say that'
self lauding is never worth -while
to take notice of. Mr. Escudier
was asked to umpire the game,
and he accepted on the first pop.
It was a very bad move on our
part, as his decisions during the
game were very crooked in some
instances. " He even tried to say'
that our last score did not count,
but his son Paul, beinglin better
disposition, came up and said it'
counted.
About the agreement made be=
tween myself ang Mr. Escudler,
I did not say that I would plate
in the box David Andrus and no
one else, but said that I had 'no
pitcher yet and that Didier
Bernard told me I could et -this
man David Andrus,but. this state
ment does not c6nfine m to Da
Vid Andrus in the box iand " no
one else. But they,on their part,
agreed to place Mr. Broussard
in the box and no one else' We
held them to this until thley ftit$1l
ly"consented to the age-eemenit
and placed Mr. Broussard -in the
box. The game began afterigreat
excitement and went on uitil the
sixth inning, when they saw they
would lose the game, the score
then being two to one in favor` of
Erath, even with all thle' crooks
made in their favor. They began
to bring kicks that we were bet.
ting when it was agreed dot 'to
bet on the game. 'I 'poSitively
say again this is another crook of,
theirs, because we did - not bet.
They on the Abbeville side' iet
swinging five and ten'dollai~
at us during the entire gal~ebu.t
the Erath's refused to take a·Biny
of it upas it was agreed not to. '
When they saw they could not
bluff us on the side the.y tried ' tq
tmn fi a fresh wftbherenfl. °W
refused and they gaveo us fiBve
minutes to decide. At -'the ex
piration of the five minutes they
called the game off in this way
having the umpire on their kid,
as this one was.
This is a tre stateinentot the
agreement made for the g hie
and the result of it is'alit turnad
out.
Raphael A. Brouassard. .
Henry Doing*.
Rev F, Racine visited Deolims
bre Sunday.
Wallace Ardmeau~t passed
through Banoker Sundayy w..h
his best girl, He said. the crc~ps
are good and that. there wilt lie
something doing this fall.
Cesaire Herbert, ,manager of
William Cade's store at Cow Is
land, visited Banker Monday.
He, reports that the crops ,an&d
fruit trees are badly damaged.
The dance given by Andrew
Moss Sa urday was well atten4ed'
Music was furnished by Walice
Keuhling and Joseph Belangoe.
The prise, for danci..g was
awarded to Wallace Ar4dm .ax
Maxie Plckett visitd Banaker
Saturdays
Joe. Miia went to Esther toeat
some fruit but retuthed without
any'. esaild there was none to bte
seen.
Miss E.ftie Henry r-`isftf4
friends and relatives in "Henir
Sunday.s
It is gratifying to jiear -tat
the children of.. S°~ qey
SBojkenyder are .. impr.vin
ranldly.
Master Walter Cade vustted:
the npnry girls 8nday., i
was accompanied by; t wes
Pickett.
is. a violent inftamsatit of the
aneorta e oawi 1pipP, whiCkhchau
tl isezads tothe laryand bronctW.
taBtueq and is one of themEst antgr
o iu a 41 ed ofchfldrea . it ~alc tr a l
ways sonme on in the night,(ive hau
e 'tseal doses o Banard' udw
syrua a*' apmld . I st4 aow
eat sternally t!' :Sop
c 4 a 1 .#'. -.
- y A. 3.4o4ar* ,
I ·i-~
THE NEWS
ABOUT TOWN.
COas,. Laeur and family are
spending~ some time with .rekla
tires in St. Landry, parish.
Mr. and Mrs. Honore Theries
aird little daughter, Rvon, at
fotutna, were the guests of Mr.
and'Mrs. A. J. Godard during
the past-week.
Hon. Joseph Preeau, one at
the political leaders Of Marlea:'
was. in Abbeville Monday.
Get a $1 shirt for 76 cents at
J. F. Brounsard & .i•os.
Miss Virginia Green#, an .,.*:
Complisbehe younatlaR i~kf Pla,
is the, guest of Mrs.J3, N,G Lsaq
Angellon, Joha~on gave.s avy
creditabr& movaig picturen :t-.
tion iire Saturday night. TMw
scenes represeetd ,iewsof thb
Japa1iese-Russia.h war.
Fervy perso} complains oacta.
iona~ly of kidney troubles--MilRl'
Kidney "and Liver Cure works
wondeirfl resalts. Abb~e.i
Drug Comp .sells it,
Mr. and Mrs. Ils p ea::tdtL *
receiving the congratrl atiosa "
iheiirnasnytriends upon tbhe s.
vent of a pretty'baby boy .-..M
pat in' ati appearance st the
home l'ueaday" night. Site M
the first born and L ,il s ays the.
will call him Boosevelt or Aqois
Ltucien Broussard, of IA~.i0
jlahtation, Lafayette par s i :
its hii sons hkiee Tuesday ant
Wd.nesdav-,
.Playi! B. t se YS
gse your balls.. bala giloves a6t
amasks from Balle..
Attle Regina, =the tr.
monthsold daughter of JsTeia
sa. M rs. ,3 .Albert
ri ~n recover.
. Led Begnaud, a [email protected]!sl*
bmu iniess ansa of Brewx BrMgy
wsea tin Abbevile a couplet .
this Week. .
A sudden change in t.. -.i
etr"s apt to eause you to
boarse ad to co gha
Syrup of.Tar,and Wil U i
For sale :by the Abbeville bI
Company.
Mr, Hasard Broseardi
Mis'%evie Bross wed tst.:
ed'it'-tmarriage lat4.W e T ar
Mauricee. FPelix J. and last*.e
lrousaa*d,..oi this podrc, alt d.
ed the wedding,
We make 4 specialty o'f bi :m
hling nothing but pure and f.Wh:
drus. ' Abbeville DrtrtO.a:g
' ot wreck on the Sounere a
Papific ajsio line "last '8i -rat
night caused the ettalak on this
branCh to be late and mad( R
riecessary to run the thea thv
trains around this Iway on
day.
AR UHAWM I.F '
I such ! bamdit hWM tu AIn ýyt ý w -yK1ý
my.' uU aa4 1mw. t ..i '
. vfOO3 uft 110[ ir Wa
0: it 'the der o ne rr U .. iilr it"~
2 T''LiE WEL AM'A tA1
.tyoad,wov out ISI. Oulr ar
. at p t oi m fatesir in
f b il .a.the .pou ...isb .L
::: :·EU.,tr. L. I
Alice Rowena Ss aaoe, sged
seventeen mouths, died at tlw
home of her, prents,; Mr'. sd
Mrs. Felix 3:' Saion1 Cbsvito
FtI e:t, )'uiday evenhwJhaute 1. j
.atebt o'c ock, after i beie il
nts. :The funeral tk b
~atrftdýZ afterspon with sewI
txtbe°Catbollc chu,*h sod' # c
remains were Interred l tb. w
f4.etery.. The MrIdias
tbe many friends r,: M s
% pay i ts .s
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