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and VERMILION NEWS, Consolidated Oct. 4, 1915
VOL 7. Devoted to the Interests of Abbeville and Surrounding Commun;ity. NO. 8.
Phone 248. Abbeville, Vermilion Parish, La., Saturday, October 30, 1915. $1.00 a Year.
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Our Wonderful Hats
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at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 arrived
New York fashion with all the ginger that helps put the
finishing touch to well dresed men, and conservative
enough to be worn anywhere in all styles and colors. Black
Gray, Green. Mouse, Royal Brown, and our special Tu
Tone Hat, at $2.50.
We have a lint to fli most anyone.
youEng or old.
CHOOSE TO LOSE THE BLUES?
Never stupid or pedantic is this comedy romantic,
Of wilfully capricious, though delicious little Kit.
As her guardian adores her, Kitty pleads that school life bores her
She would like to---for a bracer--drive her racer around a bit.
Breaking rule and regulation, to the teacher's consternation,
She started off quite gaily, for her daily little whirl--
Unchaperoned. But Pates decreed a blow out--put an end to speed,
A passer-by, He chanced to spy, the motor and the girl.
Next day, true love erratically swerves off and ends dramatically.
A tramp steals Kitty's motor, as they loiter, He and She.
By the wayside, half surviving Kitty's mad and reckless driving,
Sits the chaperone--still waiting, and debating augrily.
Now the principal undaunted by the fib the culprits flaunted,
"Bugaged! Of course it's proper!" Did it stop her? Nothing could!
In sooth she reprimanded, while the guardian demanded
Quite dramatically, em .2l.cally: "We'll settle that for good!"
They met! Two minutes after--scowls gave way to hearty laughter,
Who should the culprit be save he--his dearest friend. "But stay
Congratulations---not until, I read von Kitty's uncle's will:
"Her deuee can't spy her, six months prior to her weddlag day."
Spite of fearful protestation, fortune haagr on separation;
It will make them more consistent, more insistent, than before.
He diligent and sealous; she is now a prey to jealousy.
Consider---he's a painter! (Not a saint--or not a boret)
So Kit, the Wednesday following, her vague suspicious swallowing,
In cleverest disguises, she surprises him at play!
As a slavev in she toddles: then Carlotta, queen of models,
Then a dapper little chap---er with an Blsie Janis way!
But more wise than she surmises, he sees through her cute disguises;
1eveals the fact politely, and quite rightly, but, oh! myI
4 their love they are declaring and excuses are preparing.
tands the guardian behind them, come to find them on the slyl
Fun to feel your pulses quicken when the plot begins to thickea,
Fortune favors clever Kitty, to outwit the will in time.
And the climax, so surprising, we will leave to your surmising,
ar too clover to endeavor to deliver it in rhyme.
See BIagIB TANIS in "The Caprices of Kitty"
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Smokeless Burners Brass Founts
Ideal Wick-Stops Nickel-Plated Castings
GEO. A. COMFORT
Rough Rice Storage
* I have ample room for storing rice for the farmers
at very reasonable rates, and is an independent ware- U
house. Would be glad to have you call and make
Full line of Oats, Corn, Mixed Feed for horses
_ and mules, Mixed Feed and wheat bran for dairy 3
* cows, and Alfalfa Hay.
THEO. BAUDOIN, Prop.
Phone 23 Jeferso St.
Importing of Diseased Stock.
In order to protect the hog in
dustry of the State by preventing
diseases being introduced through
imported animals, the Loubiana
Live Stock Sanitary Board has a
regulation bearing upon this sub
ject, weich we here quote as a
matter of information, and to pre
vent possible inconvenience, to
prospective purchasers of hogs in
states outside the State of Louis
Regulation 5 (of the Louisiana
State Live Stock Sanitary Board)
"All live stock, when brought
into the State of Louisiana by any
person, persons, firm, corporation,
railroad, or other transportation
campany, shall be accompanied by
a certificate of health, and said
certificate of health shall state that
said animal or animals is, or are,
free from infections, contagious or
communicable disease. Said cer
tifcate must be made by a quali
fied veterinarian immediately after
he has personally examined the
live stock and within twenty-four
hours before the live stock have
been shipped into the State of
Louisiana. Said certificate shall
be attached to and accompany the
shipping bill of the live stock to
the place to which the live stock
are shipped and the owner of the
live stock, or the agent of the trans
portation company, shall mail or
send such certificate to the Secre
tary and Executive Officer of the
Louisiana Live Stock Sanitary
Board at Baton Rouge, immediate
ly following the arrival of the live
stock at its place of destination:
provided, that the provisions of
this regulation are lot intended to
apply to live stock which are to
be used for immediate slaughter,
but which must be free from all
infectious, contagious, or commu
CotO11 TRAT ARU STOPPED
('areful people see that th-y
AsS stopped. Dr. Ning's New
Discovery is a remedy of tried
merit it has held its own on
the market for 46 years Youth
and old aee testify to its soothing
and healing qualities Pneumo-
nia and lung troubles are often
caused by delay of treatment
Dr King's New Discovery stops
those hacking coughs and relieves
Ia grippe tendencies. Money
back if it fails 80c and S1.
L& Brasseux Pleads Guilty.
The trial of Mr. Ernest Brasseux
former member and president of
the police Jury, charged with for
gery, came to an abrupt end Mon
day when, after the Jury had been
empanelled, he withdrew his for
mer plea of not guilty and pleaded
To Measure Corn In Thel
To find the number of hushcls
of unshucked corn in the c·rib mid
tiply the length of the crib expres
sed in inches by the breadth in
inches and the product bhv the
height in inches and then divide
this product by 5,oi)O(the appro
ximate number of cubic inches in
a bushel of corn with shucks). The
quotient thus obtained will repre
sent the number of bushels of un
To find the number of hnbushels
if the corn is shucked but not shell
ed. divide the product of the three
dimensions of the crib, each ex
pressed in inches, by 4,30f0 (the
number of cubic inches in a bushel
of ear corn).
To find the number of ',ushels
if the corn is shelled, divitie the
product of the three dimensions of
the crib, each expressed in inches.
by 2,150 (the number of cubic
inches in a bushel of shelled corn)
When Baby Has the Croup.
When a mother is awakened from
sound sleep to find her child who has
Rene to bed apparently in the best of
health struggling for breath, she is na
turally alarmed. Vet if she can keep
her presence of mind and give Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy every ten minutes
until vomiting is produced, quick relief
will follow and the child will drop to
sleep to awaken in the morning as well
as ever. This remedy has been in use
for many years with uniform success.
Obtainable everywhere. adv.
Louisiana Hogs Bring good
A recent issue of the Daily Na
tional Live Stock Reporter of St.
Louis says: "The cars of hogs,
raised and fed on the 1000-acre
farm of the Louisiana Hospital for
the Insane, Rapides Parish La.,
arrived today over the I. M. & S.
Ry. and sold at prices very satis
factory to the farm manager of the
institution, who accompanied the
shipment. Eighty-three head of
hogs averaging 199 pounds brought
$8.35 per cwt; sixtvyone head,
averaging 115 pounds, brought
$7.60, and some common pigs
sold for 9675."
eet thing for comatipation, sour
stomach lacy liver and sluggish bowels.
Stops a sick headache almost at once.
Gives a most satisfactory flushing no
pain, so nauses. Keeps your system
eleansed, sweet and wholesome. Ask
for Citrolax. City Pharmacy adv.
Any Intelligent person may earn a
good income corresponding for news
papers; experience unnecessary Send
stamp for full particulars. Empire
Press Syndicate, Middleport, N. Y. adv
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We are better prepared than ever to take care of
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A G tood House Essential to
.\A ood hotuse for the h1r1, i -C
'. it .i1 to succ(,sT in the jolirt
u n . l he lt'thowls .ho btt]¢ (< ,:'
b:e. the following point,,s:(a st
tli-'l he dry. free from atne',lal ,:
( !,) it must be well ventilat ed, hut
tree from drafts. ((') it tllust ad(1tit
dlety of stunlight to all parts: t( )
it mtllst h1e crotveniiit to work in;
and te) it houll bhe economic.tl
of cont' rtct ion
The p;outltrv ht ltse ,hotlld he
cleaned at l.. ontce a week, and
all lice utd t nitt. k!illed. For niotes
pain:t, or sprv the lthout'es, patti .tt
larly the roo-,ts atld nests, withl
keroene. Then apply a cant of
whitewash. For lice of t!.e bmr,,.
use any conmmercial louse powt.st
or lmake a home-mt:ike powder ;a'
follolw: Mix three pints of gaso
line w i; t , : "' ,f "- :r1- .l i,1
or one lint of krtso, and stir :ltto
his !i(ti:id all the cenVint ne'-a
ry to thoroughly absorb the lii,;,:tl,
Rub the powder tlhough a pi'cei
of window screen to remove 'i
lumlps anld store in air-tight t,.
kages until used.---A. F. R"
Louisiana Live Stock Eeten i Ot:
Service Louisiana State l'nivi'r-Hi '
Never take pepsi and prepar i .
containing pepsin or other die' "'..c
ferments for indigestion, as the miore
you take the more you will have to t:k.-l
What is needed is a tonic like Cht-nlber
lain's Tablets that will enblc the
stomach to perform its functions natu
rally. Obtainable ever whetre. adv.
SPECIAL DAYS AT LUiSIANA STATE FAIR
Wednesday, November 3-Opening Day. ..
Thursday, November 4-Rural Progress Day; Fraternal Older Day.
Friday. November 5-Drumlmer's Day; Shreveport Day.
Saturday, November 6-School and College Day.
Sunday. November 7-Automobile and Ruth Law Day.
Monday, November 8-Negro Day.
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