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U BLI 14.1 El) EVERY SA'I'URD AY Entered at the post office at Abbeville, La., as second class matter. RAILROA' TIME TABLE. East bound 10:52 a. m. West bound 2 05 p. m. Abe Hummeli, a taiented criminal lawyer and one of the most notorious scoundrels un hung, has been convicted of sub ornation of perjury and sen tenced to one year in the pen itentiary and to pay a fine of $500. J. B. .swell, superintendent of education, emphatically de nies the published report that he is a candidate for governor, and also the story that he is promised the support of Gov. Blanchard. The political liar is out early. Three men, a negro, a motor-1 man and a policeman were killed last Sunday morning in Beau mont, Tex. As a result the au thorities have ordered the clos ing of all dives and groggeries and the arrest of all loafers, white and black. Dr. Kohnke, president of the city board of health, has de dined to resign at the request of the New Orleans Health Asso ciation. We applaud his spunk. He is due a legal investigation and should have it. For three years Kohnke preached sanita tion and .destruction of the stegomyia to the people of New Orleans. They heeded him not, yellow fever come as he warned them it would, found the city unprepared, and now a few sap heads seek to punish Kohnke. Robert Hillebrandt After sev'eral months of illness and suffering Robert IHillebrant died in the New Orleans .ani tariumn in that city, on Friday night, Dec. 15,1905, at 10 o'clock, aged 40 years and 22 days. Bob, as his friends called him, was an industrious,, deserving and upright man. He was a native of Texas and lived there and in Calcasieu parish, coming to Vermilion parish in 1899 he married Mrs. Louis Laporte, a wealthy widow owning a large cattle ranch at Cheniere auTigre. His remaine ajrived here Satur day evening and were buried .in the Catholic Cemetery after high mass Monday morning. He is survived by a widow and 6 brothers. A good man and ex emplary citizen has gone. Peace to thy ashes old friend. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE State of "Loulslana-17th Judicial ;;District Cour-Parish of Vermilion No. 681. 8acceessiou of Euphemire Moeax. By virtue of at' oruer grauted by the said court in the matters of the above numbet d and cntitleI auccessioL and to me directed, notice is hereby given that I will offer for sale at pub lie auction at the late residence of thf deceased in the 6th ward of Vermiiion Parish, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1806 between legal sale hours,the foilowing property belonging to said successeon to pay the debt, thereof, or so much thereof as may be tnec.ssaary for that purpose, to-w t: Oce certain tract of land eituatd in Parish of Vermilion, La., on west s:de of B35 c&u Vrniihi:m cc.ntaining 120 hcrti; founded North by 'vildam Meatu, south by lgnace Broussard. east by Celcetin Diihon and west by Mrs, ElodieGuidry, together with al buildinge and improvements situated Ihereon or thereto belonging. One lot of movable property, in eluding hour. furniture, kitchen uten eile, farming implements, one lot of fendi:g, ore waggon, one toggy, .cne lot of hCog, ono lot f.t cattle about 5 head, one pair mules, one American mare, one horse, one year old colt and various other things too nuumerous to mentlun. AUIi.Lsur T. BuOUs4 ED, Admtnistratur. Greene & Greene, Attys. Abbeville, La. Dec. 7, 1906. SUCCESSION NOTICE. Sta·l qt Iellnas-iParlsh of Ver- a m lon--17th Judicial District Court -No 61. a Succession of Miles Joiner. Whereas. lasso Taylor, Jr. of ti e Parish of Vermilion, l a., has flWed ;n this Honorable Court his petition and application praying to be appointed Administrator if said succession. Notice If therefore hereby given ti any and all whom it doth or may cot cern to show cause. if any they have witlin ten day,, whby the prayer o' ° his said peion -hou:d not be granted ' By order o~Conrt, this 13th, day of Dec. 13 31. BSatet.T LPLaVee, ScleW ofp ;oa st. Jneap r Oseate Aeggi IN MAD CHASE. Millions rush in mad chase after health, from one extreme of faddism to another, when, if they would only eat good food, and keep their bowels regalar with Dr. KinC's N w Life Plia, their troubles woul. all pass away. Promrpt reliel and quick care for liver and stomach trouble. 26 at all drug store; guarantied. DEROUEN HAS The latest thing in hats. Rubber shoes for ladier and gentle men. Umberelas and prasols for every body. Fancy dress goods for Xmas. wear. Gents woolen underware. Woolen shirts for the winter. Fancy silk handkerchiefs. Fancy laces asd braids. Westover shoes for ladies and gen An Ordinance For the protection of Quail or Par tridges in this parish: Be it ordained by the Polioe Jury of Vermilion P'arish, in regular session assembled: That ib shall be unlawful to kill or trap any Quail or Partridges in this parish for sale or market for a period of- five years from the passage of this ordinance, and for each and every violation of this ordinance there shall be a fine imposed of $25 00. to be collected before any court of competent jurisdiction, and on failure to pay said fine the party shall be subject to imprisonment for 10 days This ordinance to take effect imme diately after publication. Adopted. J. N. WILLIAMS, E. M. STEBBINS, S Clerk. President ;A FEARFUL FATE. ,It is fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles. "I can truthfully say," writes Harry Colson, of Masonville, La., "that for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Protruding Piles, Bucklon's Arnica Salve, is the best cure made." Also best for cute, burns and injuries. 25e et all druggist ion Secret of Success. ree Forty million bottles of August ta- Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction! And the de the mand for it is still growing. Isn'a ew that a fine bhowi.g of succesu Don't it prove that August Flower has had tot, ntailing sucues in the cure .t indi ied gestion and a3 spepsia the two great-' est enmies of health and happiness? ity Does it not effoad the best evidence sap that August Flower Is a sure specific sor all stomach and intestinal disor ders?-that it has proved it self the oest of all liver regulators? August Flower has a matchless record of over ohirty five ) ears in curing the alling smillions of these distressing comr ilnt plainta a success that is becoming 11i' ider in its scope every day, at home lay and abroad, as the fame of August ek, flower spreads, Trial bottles 25 cents regular size 76 cents. For sale by all druggets. Lug Nothing draws trade equal to a neat a and attractive sign. It tenotes en ergy and an interest in the busines followed, therefore you had better ing look well to that enu, lest your com he petitors outstrip you in securing of he ade. See the artist Hclmes. a TORTURE OF A PREACHERf e The story of the torture of- Rev O. pastor of the Baptist church ur of Harperariile, N, Y, will interest .in you, He says:.'l suffered agonies, because of a persistent cough, result gh ing from the grilp. I bad to sleep sit tng up in bed. I tried many reme dies, without relief, until I took Dr. 6 Kihg's New Discovery for consum. ciin Coughs and Colds, whicn entirely cured my cough, and saved me from Cae onsumptioa." A grand cure for .•Iduated conditions of Threat and Lungs. At druggist; price N00 and #1,00. guaranteed, Trial bottle fee. l FOR RENT on 625 arpents good rice lan:i near Kap lan, known as the Weber P;ace. Price_ 1,100.0J. Apply to he J. H. Lutgring & Co. ve OL FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. b T PROVED ORDER OFRED MEN. y CSagamore Tribe No. 32 1. O. of R. A,. meets on first and third Mondays ý' ,f each month, at Mas'nic Hall. Lrniest Flrtcherr, Sachem; O. H. )'Bryan, K. cf S. SCATUOIJ KNIGHTS.:J M ~,t. Mary Magdalene Branch, No. ". 197, Catholie Knights of America, ,ieets second and fourth Sueda) s of •a .ach mrrth. 0. Botuqe,g Prea,;" J. P. Faissons, see. Sic, in KNIGHT OF It(NOBR. Arcadian Lodge No. 3240 K. .of H. m~et every first and third Sundays of inm ach month. H. J, Stansbury, dieta I. ;or; D. W. Wall; reporter; J. Ir. lJ.bit inancial dictator. II EASTERN STAE. d Lizzie Chapter No. 11 0. E. 8 meet 'Irst Friday of each month. A. O. U. W. Abbtevil Lodge No. 38 A. O,. U. W. t nests on the second Monday of each , nonth. l. Dozier, recorder w.:o. w. Abbeville Camp No. 6 W. O. W. G. V. Wall, C. 0; Felix Hollis, Clerk. KNIGHTr OF PYTHIAS. Vermilion Lodge No 1i2 K. of P. mneets every Tuesday night at Masonic dall. W. B. White 0. 0: 0. A. Levy. C. of R. and S. b TOWN COUNCIL D -nets on the First Monday of each month at the Court House at 7:30 PM. CHURCHFS. St. Mary Magdalene Church, Rev. P. A. B. Laftorest, pastor Sunday Se. .ice: Low mass, 7. a. m; high mass, 9 Sm. Benediction 7;03 p. m. N. B. SOUTH. Methodist Ephseopsl Church, South, ci '. 8 Iabell, D. D., pastor. Preaching norning and night on seebond and 'ourth tundays of each month at I1:00 . m. and 7:46 p.m. Sunday school u every Sunday at l0 a. m, Prayer meet ug Wednesday nights at p. m. . , I s sL b R. P. NELSON, 0. 0. S., A BBS.IILL LA. t.own and Bridge Work a speci.aty. &il work guaranteed. Otfice in pr.vate residence. . B. WHITB; ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR At Law and Notary Public, ABBEVILLE, LA. DR. H. A. ELIEDGE, i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special Attention to Diseases of Eye. Office-Idea nBuilding, first door north of Veranda Hotel. (Telephones: Office 160, Residence 80. ABBEVILLE - - LOUISILAA. I. B. GO1DI. 1 Contractor and Builder, Abbeville, La B e E. F..PRESLEY, VETERINARY SURGEON 1 Hospital at Ewll's:Stabl. e ABBEVILLE - - - LOUISIANA' t R. J. MONTAGNE. Contractor and Builder. Plans and Estimates Cheerfully e Furnished. AsaBVXLLE - [- LoUIrSANA. RAPHAEL J. [ABAUEB, e ATTORNEY-AT-LAW NOTAR Y PUBLIC Room 14 Bank Building. ABDEVILLE - - LOuISIAUA. e Lastie Brouneord. J. R. Kitchel W. W. Bailey. G BROUSSARD, IlTCHIELL AND BAILEY, AI'TORNEYS AT LAW, ABBEVILLB, LA. Y 3 Cce near the Courthouse. Estuhlished in 1859. SW. B. TInoM0PSON. P. C. McCoy Wt . B. THOMPSON & CO., Cotton -:- Factors AI N D. No. 808 Perdido Street, -New Orleans, Ls, Ill BIUGIEB, JR. S ATTORBNY-AT-LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. LBIBEVILLIB . .- - LA. B. J. QUICK, GENERAL CONTRACTOR Planrand estimates.fuornished on application. ABBEVILLE - - LOUISIANA IV. B. WHITE, Abbeville,'La., Attorney at Law and Notary Pnblie. i iContrsctor and Builder.-i~l Abbeville, - - La. E. 0. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKs DESIGNS SCornvmass Ac. Anyone sending a ketb ahnd estft a quickly Woefrtan our opinion fee w r · yf Invention II prbal m dci 4 lPtOR taken through 4 No trouble t oanswer questions Srizonai A a elthIe.mled weld. aruthet st. stLestttion anention given patronso . $ HUH & Co-rr,--,,,Ne York tHE No trouble to answer questions DIRECT IIIP. Ts TO North Tex~s, Arizona. New Mexico Amn 'California. the Southeat. .est at tention given "p atrons 4P&T . .-F~kdc ?ý I· SYOUR POLL TAX a is esential, but it is more esential that you buy your goods where you can save enough on to pay that tax. SEE-- F. DEROUAN I I- I III II fIllinois Central IWO FAST TRAINS DAILY S -' From New Orkans for Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and ptints North and East. ¶D:rect conncetion with Southern Pacific t:ains in Union Stati,. ¶No transfer at New Orlkans. J1'irst-class Service-Buffet Library Cars--Free Reclining Chair Cars Pullmnan Sleepers and Dining Cars-Meals A la Carte. For full information, rates, etc., apply to Ticket Agents or N. D. FINCH G. P. A. - - - - HOUSTON, TBXAS. adt0t(t~ofts0tet~tctfftaft#o tttput ecnt~.. Rv NEW DISCOVERY FOR THAT COLD. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Cures Consumption,Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma. Pneumonia,HayFever,Pleu risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat Croup und Whooping Cough. NO CURE, NO PY,. ;Mo. 80s..ed Sl, 1.MrAI STTLES UP NOW LOCATED Just next door to the Republican Idea -ffw J I Wa d kand Repairing my specialty. Call and see me. J. A. . Blanc. 1,. o. B3ROUssAR. (Kxo W. 8uxuxa For prompt aw4 courteose at As~p - IUSA a.-01 IN'SURANC~E A~lgNt S'i~ 2· 21 SOiULE IUSIN ISS COLLaeGI SOUILE COLLEGEO is t s 8ithst Grads E rut 1Ca·UL Tr~lm School b as ~ltb Aiwake laractleat. l no ule w a t aa nui s s o I t6.Phernst Eu eS1@ cacheo sunaft 500. SOULS t h016. FURIOUS FIQR1INOfr. `f'or sven yeasi," Wt s .o W. Uoffnma of Harper, sUb,, "I-b a bitter iattie,. with obronlo utomoob and liver trouble, but' ast last I' and ouredmy dteaises, b thxe . of Electric Bliatte. I Un esltatly tb commend them toall, and donmtfrtend in thefuture to be witbho t hm In tbho ouse. They ate certaln ly Won derful medloipe, to have dared meltsa bad case astimme." Sold, under guaa antes to do the same for you, sold by I all dru gglb,a t 1*. a bottle. TWy them today ; To~raco~ian.,Day. ina rwo l -'We are daily receiving our - OUR FALL AND WIN TER of Haw, Schaffner & Marx, And Sterling Brand Don't place your order for S same until you see our line Stauffer Br rY SuninniY- ;R~nrml· INFORMATION REGARDIN ELECTRIC LIGHTS & P 1. To secure current rates the number of light one installation, controlled by one switch. 2. All changes in location of lights after installa charged for according to labor and material emp 3. Whenever meters afo desired, the meter, wire,. etc.. is at customers' expense. 4. Meter rtte is20 cents per kilowatt hour--equiv cent an hour for each 1i-candle-power lamp. 5. All work is at consumers' expense, and will be accrding to labor and material employed. 5. Fixtures, shades, etc,, charged extra. 7. All lamps broken by customers must be paid fo Fans are paid for by consumers and are insta charged for according to labor and material emp Rates for operating fans are: For ceiling fans, $5.00 per month to $3-50 per nionth, according to ber and location. Desk rotary fans of 12 and 16 at $3.50 per month in any quantity or location. Service from 8 o'clock in-morn until 12o'olok ABBEVILLE tight, Power & Water Works Co., YOU ARE AWARE .of the sudden rise of 25 per cent-in Woolens thi We have been fortunate enough in b therefore it will pay you to come now our fall and winter stock while on dis New Goods Coming in )ail Our Ladies' Reidy To Wear Hats H Stauffer Bras, Abbeville, La.' jrp II The b. Alttude O 410 iand Long im its For full information wrieor call on E E . G IBttu 1SON G.. . --above, Lake Charle.