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PUBLI iED E)VEiRY SATU1RDAY Entered at the post otlice as Abbeville, La., as second class matter. .... . . . ....... .... . .. ...... ..... -- - - - -- .~ C HURCHFS. CATHOLIC. St. Mary Magdalene Church, Rev. F. A. B. Laforeat, pastor Sunday Ser vice: Low mass, 7. a. m; hlgh mase, 9 a. m. Benediciion 7;03 p. m.. M. E. SOU'IH. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, R. S. Isbell, 1). D., pastor. Preaching morning and night on second and fourth Surndays of each month at 11:00 a. m. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Praycr meet ing Wednesday nights at 7 p. m. BAPTIST. First Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. C. A. Schillings, pastor. Preaching first and thiru Sunidays of each month. F.rATF1iNAL SOCIETIES. M~AS'ONS. Abbeville Lodge No. 192 F. and A. iM. meets Thutrsday on or before full moon of each month, at Masonic Hall. Dr. C. A. Schilling, W. M.; Max Sok oloski, Sec. KNIGHTS OF PYTIIAS. Vermilion Lodge No 122 K. of P. meets every Tuesday night at Masonic Hall. W. B. White C. C: G. A. Levy. K. of R. and S. IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. Sagamore Tribe No. 321. O.of R. WM. meets on first and third Mondays of each month, at Masonic Hall. Ernest Fletcher, Sachem; O. H. O'Bryan, K. of S. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. St. 1Mary Magdalene Braneh, No. 597, Catholic Knights of America, meets second and fourth Sueda a of each month. 0. Bourque. Pres,; J. L. P; FJaissouns, Rec. Sec. KNIGHT OF HONOR. Arcadian Lodge No. 3240 K. of HI. neet ecery lt.t a i.d titerd ih ns4o of each n,cuit. H. J, 8:atsburdidcsa tor; D. W. Wail, reporter; f '.itti financial dictator. EASTIEIIN TAR. Lizzie Chapter No. 11 0. E. S meet fitst Friday ot each muonth. A. O. U. W. Ahbeville Lcdge No. Z8 A. O. U. W. meets on the setiond .ounday of each mnonlti. 1. )Dozier, recorder. w. 0. W. Albbeville C.np Ne. 6 W. O. W. G. W. WalL, C. U; lIeuix Ho.ish (Uiek. LOCAL NEWS Fch-in ; and huntingpartics are quite common now-a- days.. Hats, clothing and shoes at F. Derouan's. E. Smiley of near Kaplan was trans actinrg ncs in Abbevilie this week. A full line of fall underwear of every detceipton at the Fair. Airx Sokol~cki was i business visi tor to Crowley Sunday. bents, ladies and childrens under Wcar at F. Derouan's. Asa S. Kennedy of the Planters Mill was over to Gues dan Monday. Fascinators and children's knit sock bootees at F. Deruonans. Mrs. J. R. L.'guenec left Tuesday for a visit to relatives and friends in Virginia. J. R. Lewis is doingsome excellent asteet grading. Wotk that %iii last. Ladies Westover Shoes. The very thing at F. iD)rouens'. Sea the cilihwren shoes at F. Dero uens'. Thcey are buties, and r:heap to at t hat. The ye.lcw fcvar coc;itions at New Iberia, v. t d up the raising of the quarantice until November 1st. G;ovr ts, the very ithing for the falmers sxl:d moechanic at Derouer.s'. Editor O'I:ryan of t)he Herald has bten on the tick, li:t to" several (:ays. C. Flltchir wasa tra:nacting business In Abi. vilh JTnllday. The fifua.g getken.1 en jo) eO a su'nT:p:o: ruj,::vr t tha Feray Res tai.lant oni W 'tdnesdcay t:ight Messra. Louis Lyons, Perry Led;ane Ado.lph Brasstux, Lni. i.eiBlans Ti. Guidry and Luiu Dalur. Mrs. C. . . Martin, after several weekie visit to ir.,s Asa Kennedy and MIt;1.1i. A. MWcrmni: iecurned to her hute in GCutytdai Saunday evenivg. The many fr!ends Mr.. Immercluck were .tetndcc.t an enjoyable recep tio k.t her h emo on Conrad Street on Zipaday night. There were present fouateen iarties. Don't't Borrow Trouble. It is a bad habitto borrow anything. but the worst thing you can possibly hrw, :i :rootle. 'When sick, Fore, he:avy, weary and v:orn-cut by the paiti a:;d ,poisons of dyspep.ia, trli'ouGsn,., Drip.i;t's diaease, aid simi lar inter.al disorders, don't sit down :nad broed over your symptems, but 'fly for relief to Electric Bitters., .Hre you wiil fin sre and perma. Hene forg tiuiuess of all your troubles, I .ndttý our '-ncti u ti! rt be hlurna by a l.od ef den' disease, A.ialDrug Stores. Price 8i0. Guar .. . . " t; " ] See P. Deronen's ad in another col umn of this issue. The shoe-shin evil seems to be grow ing daily in Abbeville. It appears thafqWery little coon in the counutry has ~ lree.! a box under his arm and cortt tOr owWi They have become a nai;ne ~ 'Aih ordinance compell ing them to remain in one place, would be the proper thing. J. A. Weber, Manager of the Ver milion Live Stock Company, returned Wednesday from an extended busi ress trip to Jennerette. Mr. Weber reports flourishing business condi tions in that section. A number of the farmers have be¶a bringing in new syrup lately. "Go away old lasses, y.ou have lost your taste." John B. Phelps, the popular sales masn of John Nagier's general mercan tile establishment at Perry, was up on Wednesday evening. Mr. Gus Burden, ran the quarantine and was soliciting orders in Abbeville this week. Mr. Burden, not being able to get in Irom the east was com pelled to come by way of Texas. He reports that there are very few towns that can be entered. Col. Con. Shuckrow, of Gueydan, was over on business Wednesday, and while here the Col. was a pleasant and appreciated caller at the sanctum of ye editor. We are here for your job work. Work that we will gua ;-eJ will please you. New Train Schedule Abbeville, La Oct. 19, 1905. Schedule I. & V. R. R. effective October 20. Exclusive passenger, mail and express train service will be operated on the followibg schedule: East bound leaves Abbeville 2:20, arrives New Iberia 3:20 p. nm. West Bound leaves Abbeville 4:40 p. m., arrives Crowleyi:50 p m. L. Bassich, Agent. Pains to Get thch. are olten frustrated by sudden break down, due to dyspepsia or donstipa tion. Brace up and take Dr. King's jNow Life Pills. They take cut tihe materials which are clogging your en .rgies, and give you a new start. Core L eadache and dizziness too. At all drug storcr; 25-, guaranteed. Aivertltscd Lotters. List of le:ters remnail.ing in.the pc i: otffice at Abbevihe, L.a., Oct. 16, 1t85. l'redtn Eessar, -i)elma Bertrand, Mi.s Daisy CataJan, Wallace Chain paj'tue, ii. L Green, Mrs. Maidy, HJarris, Calvin Har ei, Meura Hfll pauir, Mlies A!itev Joincon, Miss Juli ae laithi, Aifred. Sarnlnt. Peruioc c'caiming above letters will pleasue ay inters advert;sed. Jos. T. Lai it, P. M. We acknconledge a pleasant call from Mr. C, Fletcher a prosperous planter across Bayou Vermilion a few days ago. Mr. Fletcher in speaking of his crop ,stated that it was very good and that the Army worm did very little dam age to his cotton, for the reason that he, used Paris Green in such a way as to kill them. Mr. Fleaoher says that there is no excuse for letting ' worms eat up cotton, "It is a very simple thing to rid a field of worms if Paris Green is used properly. "I have never had any or my cotton hurt to amount to anything." Mr. Fletcheris one of Vermilions gocd practical far mers who makes use of his brains as well as his }lands. K.. C. S. To Abbeville. G.o. Honold returned Wednesday from several days stay at Opeleusas on business. Mr. Honold, in speak ing of Opelousas to an Idea reporte: stated that Opelousas was on a boom due principally to railroad building to that city. He said that the Frisco System, Kansas Ciy Southern, the Opelousas gulf and Northeastern are a certainty for Opelousas; the Kansas City southern, in their survey to Opelousas, surveyed a tap road from Mamon Prairie to Crowley. "Some thing slould bb done by the people or Abbevilie to get an extensioo of this tap from Crow!ey to Abbville. We heartxiy endorse the saggestion o! Mr. Inoild. There is no doubt but what the extension of t!he tap to A, bevilne could be secured, if the busiucs pocple in general of Abbe vile would put their shoulders to the whec!. An extension of the Ksnsas City .3cuthern to Abbeville is well woith going after, it would not onlS mean the doubling of the inhabitants 1 in a few years, but an outlet for ont produce as u ell as a great reduction in freight rates. The Good Old Way. A severe cold or attact cf la grippe is like a tire the sooner you combat it the batter yo.ir chances are to over power it. Bat few mothers in this age are wiliinug to do the necessary work required to give a good old fashioned treatment such as would be E administered by their grandmothers backed by Boschee'a Germrin Syrup, which always liberallv asked in con nection with the hoome treatment of cold nud is still in greater ihdusehold favor than any knoý'n remedy. Bat I even without the applieation of the c old fashioned aids German Syrap will creaswvere cold. in quick time. It r:ees. the congested- organs, allays the iri.sted and rifeerully stops the I coug*h. Anyv cLild will take it. It is invaltable in a househokt of children, Trial, d~ae bottles, £s, regular als. ze7. Yor ,A$y sdrUlxW Miss Maggie Briet succeeded in re turning home yesterday. William Choate of hiegniere au Tigre was in town yesterday. H..J. Yentis, o the Hunter Canal was in town this week huut.in up laborers. Mr. Yentis reports crops fairly good, but season very unfavor able, having tried to thresh a number of times, rain preventing. Full of Fragic Mleanuing are these lines from J. I. Simmons, of Casey, La. Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not 'taken the medicine about which he writes: "I had a fearful cough, that disturbed my night's rest, I tried everything, but nothing would relieve it, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which completely cured me," Instantly relieves and perm anently cures all throat and lung diseases; prevents grip and pneumon ia. At all druggists; guaranteed; 50c and #.1.00. Trial bottle free. Bob Gi' of Crowley, connected with the L. & H. Canal Co. was in Abbe ville this week on business. Mrs. J. E. Nettles returned home yesterday from a long visit to her old home in North Louisiana. She was. one of the victims of quarantine and was delayed two months. J. J. Robria one of Crowley's prom inent attorneys, was here to-day on legal business. New Cure For Cancer. All surface cancers axe now known to be curable. by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Jas. Walters, of Duffield, Va., writes: '"I had a cancer on my lip for years, that seemed incurable, till Bucklen's Arnica Salve healed it, and now itis perfectly well." Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns. Sold at all drug stores. 25c. Yesterday, the railroad put on a passenger train, on a new schedule, but the first train was two and a half hours lat,. Last evening a very pleasant sur prise party in honor of Mibi Harriett was given at the huspitable home oC Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barrilleaux. Dainty refreshments were served. Misses Efi's and Odida Labit very piairantly entertained a number of their friends at their home last even ing at progressive euchre. Those pr sent were Misses Lizzie Lyons, Laura bummuere, Gertrude Sokulolsl1, Dai.y Ferey, Aie Sunuth, an4 Messre. Jim Sumaers, (Geo. lidnold, Miaie eokolobin, Jake and Jonas We.it and Dr. II. A. Elaredge. ktefreshmeints were served. Robert Lilledebrandt, was operated upon last Wednesday by Dr. J. M. Batchelor, hocse burgeon of the CLarity ilospital, New Orleans, assist ed by Dr. 8. Md. D. Clarke, Dr. It. J. Young and Dr. C. J. Edwards. A large tumor was removed from the bladudr. Ie stood the operation well and at present v riting seems frirly on the road to recovery. Sea Shora Hotel. Last Mouday, Major J.. 1.. Lee, of the Southern ~'fcifi railroad, accom panin;d by D. L. McPhe:rson, J. E. i.ettles and a number of other gen titmen, made a trip to Bayou Chene, Schooner Bayou, sheil Islanu anl other points along the bay shore-the objcctof the trip being to spy out a suntable location for a big aunmraer hotel and club house. It is believed that a wedl arranged hotel on the sea snore WoUld pay and draw many visitors. Major Lee was highly im pressed with what he saw, and we etiteve his visit will bear fruit in the near future. An Ordinalee For the protection of Quail or Par tridges in this parish: Be it ordained by the Police Jury of Vermilion, I'arish in regular session assembled: That is shall be unlawful to killd or trap any Quail or Partridges in this parish for saw or market for a period of five years ;rom the passage i of this ordiance, and for each and every violation of this ordinance there shall be a fine imposed of 62J 00, I to bu coilected before any court of competeni jurisdiction, and on failure to pay raid fine the party. shall oe subject to imprisonment for 10 days This ordinance to ta.e effect imme uintely after puulication. Adopted. J. N. WILLIAMS, E. M. STEflIIs, Clet.. rresident. FINAL TABLEAU. Succession of Maurice LeBlanc. 17th Judicial District Court, Parish of of Vermilion, Louisiana. No. 693. Whereas, Oviguac LeBiianc. Admin istrator of the bnccets:on of Maurice LeBlane, No. 593, has filed in tois Hon. Uuurt, a lTaileau of Debts and Charges rxitting against and in favor of the said Succession, notice is here by given to alt whorn it doth or may concern to show 'ause, if any they have, why said tableat bhould not 0, nio:ulogated and approved iud credi tor3 ordered palu itl accordance therewith. liav*ng alsd filed his application to be discharged as administiator of said Succession, notice is hereby given to all whosm it may or doth concern, in cludirng the theirs thereof, to show cause why he should not bedischrrgied and his official coud cancelled. Given under my hand and seal, on this 9th day of tuh month of Oct. A. D. 190o. A. 0. LANDUY, Dy. Clerk of Court. Green & Green, Attorneys. SUCCESSION NOTICE. State of Loaislanz--Parish of Jermnil ion--17th Judicial District No. 603 P. Lt. Snccession of Fedora Gerourd, de ceased wife of E3.gar Comeaux. Notice is hereby given, that Humbert Dubois has this day prayed for letters of administration on the above estate. all concerned are herby neottied to file any opposition they may have tihere to witoin ten days from the publica tion hereof, otherwise the appoint mesit will br: made as prayed, for. C:erks Ofilee. Abbev;lte. La., Oct 1$, 1905. SLOeoxw L oEuric, Olerk of Court. Manat oery t oibrs, Mtrs. Illinois Central TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY ¶From New Orleans for Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and points North and East. ¶Direct conneetion with Southern Pacific trains in Union Statio. ¶No transfer at New Orleans. ¶S'irst-ciass Service-Buffet Library Cars-Free Reclining Chair Cars Pullman Sleepers and Dining Cars-Meals A la Carte. For full information, rates, etc., apply to Ticket Agents or N. D. FINCH G. P. A. - - - HIOUSTON. TEXAS. The Finest Tornouts LThe Satest Drfker yP The Bst Accomodatons ..Strader & LeBlanc.. Succssors to Joseph S. Eell SLivery, Sale and Feed Stables The Largest and Best Stable in the State BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS 4 FEED SOLD AT LOWEST CASH PRICES . . Fazende& Guilbeau . . CONTRAOTORS IN Painting, Paper-Hanging'ý, Furniture Repairing, Glazing anti All Other * Work in. That Line. . . . . .... Phone 35, Abbeville, La. 1'Tho Secret ot Stecess. Forty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introd'tetioli And the de mnand for it i$ still growing. Isn't that a'fiiue shotVi g oi success? I)on't it prove that A'tiga.gt Flower has had untailing success in the cure ot indi gestion and dyspepsiathe two great est enmies of: health and. happiness? Does it not dfford the best evidence that August Flower is a sure specific sor all stomach and intestinal disor d rs?--thatit 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 tlese distressing com plaints a success that is becoming wider in its scope every day, at home and abroad, as the fame of August flower spreads, Trial bottles 25 cents regular size 75 cents. For sale by all druggists. State Tax Sates of Immovable Property. State of Louisiana vs. Delinquent Tax Debtors. Seventceth Judicial District Court- Parish of Vermilion-State of Louisi ana, liy virtue of the authority vested in me'by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana , I will sell at the principal front door of the court house, in which the civil district couat of sain parish is held, in the parish of Vermilion within the legal hours for judicial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock a. n:, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th. 1905 continuing on each succeeding day until said sales are completed, all im movable property on which taxes are now due to. the State of Louisiana and Parish of Vermilion to en force collec tiont o-ftaxes adssssed in the year1904, together with interest thereon- from the 31st day of December. 1904; at the rate of two per cent per month until paid and all costs. Th9 names of the said -delinqient tax payers, the amount of ta;es due' by eadh on the assessment rolls of' said year and the imm vable property assessed to each to be offered for sale are as follows to-wit. East Side Canal Ca., Canal and PampingPlant. Valuation $4,000.00; State taxes 824.00; Parish taxes ~40,00; Total 164.00. On said day of sale will sell snouh portions of said property, as each debtor will point out, and in case the debtor will not point out sufficient property, will at once, and without further delay, sell least qunntity of said property of any debtor which any bidder will buy for the amount of these taxea, interest and costs, due by said debtor, and the sale will be with out appraisement, for cash in legal tender money, of the Unital States, and the property sold shall be re deemSble at any' time for the space of one year by paying the price given including posts and twenty per cent thereon. AT'AM BOUDR IAU, Sheriff and ear-Oiote Tax Colleotor. Abbevrile iA. Sept 21t. 19I86. We are headquartsers foreverytbins P. DPronD s 4 IMPORTANT GATEWL.S 4 RILWAY No trouble to answer questions DIRECT LINE TO North Texas, Arizona, New Mexico AnD California. Close Connections at Few Orleans fo, the Sathasst. iest attention given patrons H. P. To'asxa, . J. Tnoaxa, GP&TA YP&GMI Dallas. Tex lARPER S1ENTtITFIOALLY DISTILLED. NATURALLY AGEP. ABSOLUTr`ELY PURE. Best and Safest for all uses For sale by J.O. LEGE. I-l • ,, 0as - Popb.ar arsG.rd* 'uful 8hozl. tsaoln "k no geauhtsa to n esotnt :~~IE~dg'Sc~ct·I4~~a1ur· *~i c We all want it itand some t us need it ] If so, we will be glad to mal advances on your rice cu noW growing, at eight per e upon pledge of rice to be mill at alny of our mills. - ABBE VILLE RICE MIL TO MEN We are daily receiving our OUR FALL AND WINTER L of Haw, Schaffner & Marx, and Sterling Brand CLOT II IN~9 Don't place your order for same until you see our line Stauffer Bro .1 5C J) LIJ I-I '-I` ~er Z¶ We will B Vyou RI . We will TOLL your R We will LOAN YOU MON need or trouble. Asi S£ Keine Representing PLANTERS RICE MILL c YOU ARE AWARE" f the sudden rise of 25 per cent in Woolens W SWe have been fortunate enouglh in. therefore it will pay' you to come our fall and winter stock while onl New Goods Coming in Da Our Ladies' Ready To Wear Ha4ts w' Stauffer Bros, Abbeville, La OOOOOO~GOcoCooo0oooc;Io Coobocca LOW RATES TO CALF ONE-WVAY COLONISTS TICK~ WILLBE ON $AL DAILY VIA SOUTHERN ~-ET SUNS PACIFIC oRe UTL SEPTEMBER 15 0 OCTOBER 3. For $chedule of Pul'man Tourists Car~ and other information, see' nearest t.ilro.d agent, or write to ., R. O+,i,, L -a..