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vis:tor. t, K an '\ ,:s !; y
Mt. Aristi'; e C,flt irt retu:ne 1 hornm
Wed~t:ilay Iro'n :, pl Ial.t vi.it i New
Misses T,oretta and ;Georgia Shaw, of
Jeanerette. are the guests of Miss Stella
Jos A. I.tl li n. of cl.t-.ltiubre. was
amor.: the hb,'+, .visttut hrre during
Mrs Frank Ilubert, of l.:unmont. is
a guest at the home of her p.trent, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Dentary.
Mai. Dan .1 ,rga t Smt . tll Iape ik at
the Court lHouse on Wt '(I,:", 1lay. Jan.
12th at 7:;t p. in. on the sub ect of pro
The sale of the pens at the I )rlcsn
bre CLatholic church tok pla.ce Sundlay
anti we are relijbly informed that the
proceeds were larger in amouut than
they were last year.
We are receiving compliments on our
Home Circle column. uand ou will al
wave find this column with splendidt
reading every week. If you have not
been reading it you chould.
For the past few morning we have
been visited by heavy fogs, which have
lasted well into the morning. The
weather is warmer than spring weather,
and we presume, very responsible for
the amount of sickness in this coummuni
('1hanlhe,'in'- (I1'1, h Rlmledy
"I have taken a great manv Iottlr s of
ChamberlAin's Cough Remedy and
every time it ha, cured me. I have
found it mo-t effeeual fo' a hacking
cough and for colds. Att'-r taki:ig it
a cough always disappoars," w item J
R. Mloore, Lost Valie , Ga Oftaina
ble every wh'rv., adv.
Streets ate Graded
Some splendid street grading
was done in this city ajnce the
first of the year, and we trust that
the good work will go on unhinder
ed until the whole of the town has
been put in good shape. There
should be more attention given to
properly draining the streets and
the road beds would probably hold
Six.Ye'ar-4)ld Fnd ('roup
"I had a little girl six years old who
has a good d, al of troh,;. with ci oup
writes W E (' rv%, EvuenvilIe, Ind
"I have used F ,lay Honey -n,i Tar,
obtaining instant relief for her. ,y
wife and I also use it and will say it is
thie best cure for a ban cold cough the
croup that I ever saw," Sold Every
IC r·oyuvirb. by 'i, tt +, -yi, l.":t..
Those We Haw Cared
MR ARIHUIR SlANITARIUI
OUR O0.00to 9.00
ON EASY PAYMENTS "
tar oes snd atiourmuuo writ
it 810TU1I CO., I., Pitsbuing, N. "
.w r.....rlmdal ~elr
CEO. H. SQUIRES, - - - Abbeville, La.
Agent for Aca~i , i'lt°s tafarette ar Vermilion Parihei
Pro.;r ssivcs Meet.
iT h ' I ' r ,r -,,,'.. b',l.' tllln etint
at the Cour+ I' ' se 'hliur- dav.
'rh:v' wNill i.net ae i today and
take upl the matter of udoptiug the 1T
Installation of Officers.
A public joint installati,'n of otli
cecr of the \Voo:linen of the World it
and the \Woodmtn Circle will he ti
held at their hall 'Vedtne-day night w
"'d l \1"" h- %-h - .to I':-i
lanr1\ a 'ht'l n " .:n" , ; F ,rl+,
ttll joi t:-, .nid niuh ,hI, tnt 'i .; t
it ib t t C' Il W I' i i ' r t!t
fir.t cattq,' i:: l::ihlr,, ,t o lt,." '. ,n - tý,
p outr y i liintinl .t , !i ti r tr,-,,
h : temi. Foih v KIilIet I .- t ,.
p ' . w sk :a:,1 1 .i .. ;','.i i,:!, ' 4, : 1i
prontilt relief fi om :' hIts ,nd pal s.
S ,hd .v, r re wl he, adv },
Police jury Meets.
The Iparidh police jury held their
regular monthly tiueetinyg VWetinls- n
day, at which they took up thc :.
routine bulsiness and other mtatters
for the interest of the p.iri'h.
Louisiana Legal Holidays.
January 1 and 8, February 2,
Mardi-G(;ras, (;ood Friday.. April , to
June 3, July - 4. Labor )ayv..\1 '
Saints Day, Tha;k~iving. TV..e:n
ber 25, General ELectio I ay.
,. it '. H1i i Ck; tk
"About two vre.rt go I gt :ln
,,n my br '.," -vrit 's 4 ru, n m ,i
qu,,tt,, Fat Riv, r, !o "l g, , a
box of Foley Ki Il, y Pilh4 :.ti th,!i.
(traig ;tened !ne ri;tht up. I r ,e l I'
mnud themrn to till who have i(dnue.
troublo " Itheumat C i',lhe.s ;,n(! p .ins.
a0Ie-iess and st ffn'.P, slt p tti-turb'
ing bladd.'r trouble yield quickly t1; o
Fuoly Kidney Pills. Sold Every who re
For Parish Assessor.
In our announcement column'
will be found the name of MIr.
Jules I. Broussard, who is an as
pirant to the office of P'arish As
sessor, subject to the action of the c
Ches Davis Company.
The Ches Davis Musical Comedy
Co. played to full houses at the '
Victor Theatre Sunday and Mon
day, of this week, and proved to t
be fine entertainers, at popular i
prices. The quartette with this -
company is a good one and as en
tertainers they know how. It will'
be pleasing to many to learn that
the company will return here in at
few weeks to again entertain them. '
'I he lialit of i king Colds.
Wich many peuople taking cold is a
habit, but fortunately one tnatli easi
ly broken Take a cold sponge bath
every morning whetn 3 on first get out I
of bed.-not ice cold, but ' temr perature i
of about 90 F. Atlo ble, p wth ou0
window up DO this and you will sl-I
d.em take cold. Whbu 3on take ciih
tiake Chanm.,,erlatin's 'cugh Reme-d) "
liad get rid of It as. quio.ly as poss'iibe
Ubtainablet everywihere. tv iv
r r: i
jvt hil-Ii.4 V:· \;c·(.·t:tl$ l iS I eLI
and (:).:tcr- h:: Jlictl. t
An enthu-i.atic nweti, wa,- il.;' .
Thusrday night att vh:iClh the (,1
nization a band, to be kno\u .
the Citizens Concert Band: wva
stnrted, and from all appearancte
it will soon becoime :an or(1ani/.1
tion that the citi/tens of Ahherville
twill be proud of. Some of the otiL
cers were elect(d and a colnmiiittet.
.vas appointed to draft a colnstitu
nI aitd lw-laws.
nA meeting w\ill he held ntext
;,ht.urdT1.' at 7 3. p. Itl. at the 0ott, e 4
f Mr. Adolpih lrteveux, at V.h:1t. i.
.ime the om anii ;ti)on ,1ill 1h
'trthurcd. It is probable that ti.
heid will start out nwith al:l; l
tvr wntv inenie'rs.
The othiccrs elected Tliur, r-v
niht were J. \'. t )'Bryan, pres:
k:l t; R. W. Bernard, vice presi
icunt: P. . I,ounr;ue, scrietary: I. i
J. LeBlanc, treasurer. P. U. Dour
(,ue, R. W. Bernard and Cha,.
C. orrodi were a.li)ointed a connlit .
tot' to form a ctntitttioni and by
I in, nt:1ertoed that M.e-..rs Rev
1 lHit andCorrodli will be the in1
triuct r, of the hand, which -peak'
f.r the future of tihe lhand, a bth:
oi therse men are enhuol:-iastle i:an
very attentive to their rid iti.s.
In our next i-sue we will :giv
more definite news concerning the
,new band, along with the names
of the members.
Best thing for cornstil,tiont, sour 4
Sn lach Licy liver anid !um:-ish howei
St.opn a sick headache almost at o: t
Gives a most satisfactory flashime Il:
I .in. ro nauses. Keeps your svt :n:
c cleansed, sweet and wholeonome. Ak'
for Citrolax. " :, Ev..c ,where adv.
Mrs. Cranville B. Shaw.
Mrs. Granville B. Shaw, Zultnm
e IBernard, aged about 68 years, died -
,of pneumonia Monday morning at
,Ithe home of her son-in-law, Mr.
Rene Broussard, at Kaplan, where
she had gone to spend the holiday..
She was a daughter of the late Mr.
E1 mile Bernard, of this parish, and
t was widely known and highly es
a teemed. In the yeer 1870 she
was married to Mr. G. B. Shaw,
who was a noted sheriff of this pa
The remains were brought here
from Kaplan, being to the home of
Sher sister, Mrs. Lucius Dutel. The
e funeral was held Tuesday after
Snoon fromn the residence of her
sister. At the Catholic church
I services were held, and the remains
l. aid to rest in the new Catholic
cemetery.v, The funeral was large.
She is survi\ved by three sisters,
Mrs. L. Dutel, Mrs. Eleanor Snted
es and Miss Marie Bernard, of thisI
place; two daughters. Mrs. A. F.
Cools, of this city, and Mrs. Rene
Broussard, of Kaplan, and one son
John B. Shaw, of Jeanerette.
Card of Thanks.
We desirce to exttnd our sinc.rcse and
heatrtfelt thanks and apprcidatiotk rz
thile kindness and att,_ti,.n sh~wsn u',
luring the illness and deuiath of our i.r
umther anti sister. Mrs. (. 7t. Shimew.
THE CLIILIDREIN and SIIutRS.i
I have a pLacticlly neV L. C. S'ith
tle right price and on neasy t, rms. ltav
SIng two. will eil one. Will also tke
bank.able papel f.,r same. See or phone
mue quick. J. W. O'llryan.
Monev to i oan
On r Iad
Long Reasonable Terms
Brotssard & Samson
Abbevlleo La. I
LEIGHTON Presents the
Panama-Pacific International E
SPictured from Every Point of View
The Famous Liberty Bell arriving and Leaving
Art Smith wonderful Day and Niight Flights
The world's talked of Tower and Jewels
Over Eighteen Million People enter the Gates of the
WorVl's Greatest Fair at Main fraiciseo, Cal.
The most wonderful Night Illuminations and Fireworks
SALWAYS agood program. Clean, whole
some, fa.ciniiating playis featuring the best
known stars in the world.
This week we are showing
MONDAY, JANUARY 10TH.
The Ininiitable Comedian in
A docuwent of New York life truly worth seeing.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13th.
JOHiN BARRYMORE IN
COMMING: Pathe's GOLD ROOSTER PLAYS
A. O. LAXDRY, .lgr.