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OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TIIE PARISH Of VERMILION. LA. ABBEVILLE. VERMILION PARISH, LA., STURDAY, JUNE I i. /
State Tax Sale
OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY
Taxi, due State of Lotiulstana, Prish
of Vermilion, Draina,;e Dit:.trl't..,
Road Distri tL, Schoois, Good Roads
and Confederate Vetcru.s..
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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919,
and cnt nung .0ca. M * c tit itay
utl il satlhts ari 'I n l let't,, al! i inunti lit cr.
dtrq irrt ,\ 1, il t., t 's l t du. i '
t i tii" M ateo . ,iif i,' Ina an'll ( l Ir h ,.f
Verinatln-n, f to i2 o forc , .llect h -u f tth
,x :5 a o- a I n I t e t -ycar 11- ,, tget her
w rith i tilt i t hel t ai-l , ti t I t ti ,I 1 t
T hlie Jai i.r of .-1i1 di lui l tl it tax
platyetrs ,the a nlu t ,ie Iv c ,-h on the
aissi ssnii- t if ntt" l t ear, al. I ilte ito
niuvable pr,"Tity aitsl to. ach, to be
eildzti 1"r fair it as follows, to-wit:
Odhllson Itrousa:, I a re, a,"quire I from
I irUg(kl t 'h nl ague, vil. -$1.1),
;itt e .Ii, ,.i l. \1 i . i" .1 2, - 1 ti roat ik
.Il, pt iiih .210, V1. 11 li4.1n -."h ol .90,
A1 itit li krrti-arI, 1.;ki airtý, li rth b%
] l a r r i ig t o i i, " , . 1 0 h i f i r ,. . . i i l , \ 1a l
t.l;4 III, state l.7, c ,. \tl. .17, goo,
hil r.riiihi,li *Jh,. l .51 11 I T . ilk t', total
load`. .1- 1, ri I 10p, 1 1.. a t' , ,t or mlth by D
itol ;rtli, Is h ol .5I , it. 'Th. Dra mnag
,5; total $4.-4.
.lhi1a 1 , "i lieau x, I ah itS, tIrtit by (orpl
f lE rathI, l utktl byh raIkd, anl t limt .s
Val. * tt411 )1e, tl .6;, (oll. Lt. .14 ,
gowl iotls .0.;, Iariskh *l1.2 , Veriiil
lon ll chot l *." J , 11. T. raini..tit , total
;dwarI llesvaoux, 10 acres, north by -
Coeul , outh by uh , l lnimps,. Val.
*600. 00; tate $1.7.;, I'on. Vet. ..0I,
good roadls .06, Parish $3.00, Vermil
ion whool .)0u, B. T. Druin. $1.60,
Alida Beaux, 24 acres, north by B1an
c,ictte, noith by Lelmlane, imps. Val.
$l40.00 t.ate; $t4te o2.4, 'n. Vet. .42,
good roads .10, Parish $4.20, Vermil
ion school $1.253, B. T. Drain. $2.10;
Mre. Jules Reaux, 20 acres, north by
Comeaux, south by Stout, Impe. Val.
$600.00; State $1.73, Con. Vet.. 30,
good roads .08, Parish $3.00, Vermil
ion school $.A, B. T. Dalia. $1.0;
i t 4 c. Vl 0 al4. *24 .C ;.
Set..49 , good roads .12, Parish $4.90,
Vermilion School $01.47; Total $9.9.
khilbert iomero 20 aseres, north by
Duhon, south bIy road; Imps. Val.
$800.00; state $3.27, Con. Vt..57,
good roads .14, .'6ash $5.70, Vermil
ion school $1.71; Total $11.39.
lida Viator, 9 acres, lot 8, Act of Par
tition Sue. T. Viator. Val. $240.00;
Sitate .67, Con. Vet. .12, good roads
.03, P'arish $1.200, Vermilion Sclool
.36, B. T. Drain .40; Total $3.00.
.lcna Vincent 4 32-100 acres, Lot 13
Act of Plartiltion Sute. of Ursin Vin
cent. Val. $120.00; State .35, Con.
Vet. .06, Parish .60, Vermilion School
.18; Total $1.21.
CORPORATION OF ERATH.
'icetnr Busy, 1 Lot acquired from Al
blrt (omeaux, litps. Val. $81a0.*)0;
State $2.30, ('onll. Vet. .40, good roads
.10, Panrish $2.00, Vermilion Sichiool
$1.20, I1 T. Drain. $T i0; Total $8.00.
t). O. lihei Ly,t I, Imps. 2 arpeuts,
north by Hebert, s *uth 'h St. Val.
$ti.0.02 ; State $t..73, ('on. Vet .6,3
good roads .1, Paris 3.23, Vermilion
chool $1.93 , B. T. Drain $3.25; To
t.',_letine _rimeaux., 1 Lot. , in Corp.
$mtii. Val $1t 0.0 t, ( t. Vet. .l.,good
roa is .04 2tarih .7. , termatin school
.43 tl . T. Drain. .7.,, T otnl $3.00.
EAthiti, Richarti Lot 2, lnmpr. Val. c2ir
ltatt $1 2i, Con. Yet..::" good road.
Vet, 1 grish pl lo, " 3rnPlian achool .60,
II. T. lirahi. $1.10; Tl tal $4. ; .
CORP, ORATlIO19 OF DELCIAMBRB.,
Tinriel l*nir.7 3 ltt .n Corp of Del
lanir. nltirVal. ti .ti 0m ; . te.tt
,l Tp. II',. VIt. 2i3 Vlo roladt .State
l'ansh $1.15, Vermilion Schiool .609,
cI. T. Drain * I.10; Ttoal $4.60.
Odleus H ihrtu,3s , .41 atr'l, nActh by"
ii'onnt, St. 1- h rI,. ila id t nit V . * all.
Sitate 8, (iite i. V on. Vet. .orl,
p.,, roadr i , l'arihV $cn iln, Vermil- .
i.n .G'hrin, .- ; Total $1*2.4 .
Arthile Liary , '2 0i,'e acquires
frm n l t' h so~l alid l.,',ne lBraussard,
i rt!S. ain Irt$ iu; stata 1 04, I'nni.
Vet..la . '[, g , t n. et.4 lari0 h $1.r 0,
Vermilion . h,, .4 il. r i . io rai- . .13;
AMr. Ith. ertoC, 30 rres ts E. qti See.
3, TI,. 13, D .oa 1t Vtii $;200 Vl.; *0tate
$1.1S , 2lon. V,,t.., 3,good roads' .05
',Parish $2 3 0, V Vreili on school .ti, P.
, l . Drain $..00; Total 0.00.
Odes Heb.rt 8 30ir 0 acres, .Lt of PSr
titin Stue. L1Tj. Il1e4rt, Vil. $100. 0';
10t 0;te .38, Co., o.t. .10, go o tl road
C3, oarinu ed 0) Vermilion aehool .30,
oi G. Drain .43; Total $2.4tt. c
Arisie Lantlrhe, u to0.m 0 aoerth norwh
by road 8. hy IBrouss.ard, Val $ti.00i
otat y ..,, on. V e .o.0u, god rood,
.d |eedridh .an0, bur tisi a chool .1,
Total e 99.
- rmg Rhbert gonith 30 arents do quiired
from Doris tlhous,.ard, Viai. 8.1.80.00"
State $2.19; o: n. \'et. .58, good roads
.09, P'arish $3 80, \'ermilion school
$1.14, i8. B. T. Dralin $45 0; Total
W. H. Whitaker, 60 arres, N. M~ of 8
E. t Be,.. 12- Tp. 14 R. 4 E'. Vatl.
$100.00; 8tate .JR, (on. Yet. .10, goodi
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Moving once or several times each
year. ats le the eustom of some that we
know, taly igive the household a gloo~d
an~d eeoded aiig, but it is a costly
asamesset. Deat ' moesles tl,w ott hsve
at mlakt: sood raonfo da~ta A I
TELEGRAPHY FOR YOUNG
WOMEN AS WELL AS MEN.
I, I'. h : 'l. l a, , k ill in I
ni .ii. i 0i 14,.. rI C.lditi h
. i i. T ) - i t:, I ;-. is . t Ii . I I, t ii, it
, I i l * I n o' i th, \ll-ii'llvanl tl m r .i'i
~i i ,I " i. " i 'ux (oi. o r gr in -. is rl ,'' r
., i , Iul .in i de , .li, f i i 44 , ,i'r ,.i'
I i t ,i it l",, i, . . F le la ,t r , % lh. l
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:, , n.+' 1 '4 a llgt i s c -l ,,t, l I, f rl
o ,lf ' i ar i a tls f Tte "rn at ::'il cr- ,l
2Ji, 1 - r, stki. t ng .u iiirpl - man" ..,,ri "1'
mi. Iret h if ,jlllh. rtr. W c l I ot/,
'zlt.11 .ie i l i 'h i i u, r 1ant, l t. 44i1
- ,i, J nl tIit to h (iffihes l, r, t .,, tlr
.1', ', Is,' six o~f our11 gradulth" t" inl twit
=,ith> ;,nd, rcqullte+d', that v'e semi l
a , ir t: r if ,rssth'. W e ci,4l4 , n- rot
fil. .r hIuI to even six whr o r id wit have,
"L., o,,itions alreadly in view, anal
IM V il ,t be all e to I etla l any r or i ', 1
!Uaer. Ili ifat, .r. '. F. I'rengb r AR pt
T+rl., l'nion l'a.iitf I l. I y., came it, i cl
-n t1- \r ilat large' shol anld wront i t,
S 't i ll W t. i a l Y o u c u ll "." 1 1 (if s'ic '
hi1ýh cla,, -tivien'lts as You linvo M(-'t ul
l, .i tt t ,f ,r e . " T h , . S t . L o u i s i . 8 u t h \ e s
tern lIailwa.; ,. whose g, ner1.1 o'ric ,
and hols are lratedl her,- at '1vier, I
i.' lis t tr ir strhing enlorset...coIt at.
.,art'v ulpport. We hae a main lin.f,
t:n1 w ire 've r w h i ,h ou r stlhte :t - .a n
.,"t their operators' metssat.c .jst as
',tv ,inc to tlhe offices of th;i grea
railroad,. We are allowed uto ue evt4ry
blank, form, report book, etc., tt-e-l in
'railroad telegraplhy and station work
just ar this great railroad ,des thc.u,
ras will as all the blanks, re," ,rd bfok
cata oguks and pshets of the West.ern
Union I'l. Mr. R. 1). Cold), Aud. St
,rus. So.thwestern Railway Co., says:
'Thlere i a shortage of elero al hell,
;:lrticularly at large freight a4I* ticket
,trtions and an" Young man or -.,,omail
lroficient in railroa cle.rinal work, dill,
nn ,hluht, fiml it easy to obtain eiploy
uwedt on the railroads both ll n Texas
:ael ,.",.ahere, as similar eolditi,.is pre
vail through out the entire country.'
1Mr. W. J. Williams, Supt. Tel'grapi (t
the aiale road gave us a goon recom
With the suppev rt of this reat il
rcann, be have built up the greatest
swornl of telegraphy and station work
in Am'erien, teaching under their Diirce
tiHat everytihing an operator needs ito
inlw andl use. Fill in and mail for free
catalogue. A good position is awaiting
N am e ............................................... .........
A ddress ...................................................
Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas
Sta sit' sO*,, city of IN,1o
,-h.1 by oa, d ,gelsees a.
City of Toledo,'Pont fat Statatitoa.
said, and that said Aral will pay the sum
f ONE HUNDRED DOLLAB8 for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot he cured by the use of HALL's
FRANK J. CHEENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1880. A. W. GLEASON,
(SealI )Notary Public.
Hall's C'atarrh Medicine is taken in
ernally and acts through the Blood on
he Mucous Surfares of the System.
.end for testimonials, free.
F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo t O.
Sd,,Ii by all druggisth 73c.i
Itall's Family Ptillhes for consetipation.
ENGINEERS AN DSURVEYORJ
QUALIFIED. TO PRACTICE.
By request of o the of the local sur
ve: ors, we call attention to an Act to
reglate t ie practice of civil engineers
and surveyors, as is defined by the
State hIard of Engineering Examiners,
which requires civil engin.eers and str
vev,,rs to enmpnly with Act No. 200 of
il 14, reqluiring theml to be registere,
:lnd haM a certifiecate. According to
the attoriBey general, practicnug without
inum1lirg with the ilw is a midemean
lr and llhjects-them to a fine or im
Invitations to tilt soldiers and Sail
ars ti atterd tc e hig f 'elehation oln Jilm
4th, as the guest of the citizens of the
Paris r, at hAme and overseas, have been
vient an hritation. The invhntat1 n is
.,Pt nwifl attractvre igner will terve well
fIr a krcepsake for the boys.
THIS THP.DA BABA--WRO
If Webster were alive s ,bday, it is
ifet unlikely that he w tuld in Aoretr,
iC his famous exicsBna another heat,, ,
for vampire, the' root of it heing Bsra.
Eaderyhody on the female srecies al wa
got" ilnto t he mainves t-day yeatlh3 ftol
Theda loara's laurnls, and, althoughn forw
htas hale adopen Spt on wrhiuchil
inl Forx than one instance to c'eate
asnpira pots to Miss Bara's at Intudinous
artisti perch, failure has been 4wiform.
Thio imiue mgerionality of the - teeh
if really an Amesican, althlugh b .es y
,,\idence of manner and (dernanor seems
t, thetm t her a f treig.er tom the Iorser
lacra of clustered nationsa Bloud oef
many races have d lowed through eru
veinm, in a cinema sense, but an rmaat
life the corpuscle. are strictly Amer
Cincinnati is Misa Bare's natie heath,
and her name inn pre-priturn dave was
TheodoMa Goodman, although now she
h~as ]egallv adopted the one which Wil-I
1am Foxn the noted movie magnate, hasi
mthe a houset Uld world the iorld over.
.\n opportunity to see Miss Bars i
actior will be afforded photoplay fans
,f this city on TuceIay, June 24, when
"8Salome,'t magnificent mounting of th,,
of tihe .rriptural siren, will be shown
at the Victor Theatre. When first re
vealed iu NXew York, the production
created a stir on aceount o wonder*
fully reproduced seenels of Od Jertiss.
lem and its sensationally dramsatie spa
Wa..... her-- -dteOd
Children need all their strength for
!growinig. A lingering cold wenken_
St iera Mrs Amandt Flint, Boutl e
N ew Philadehphis, O. writ~e: "Folly;
Honey anxd Tar earod mylittlo girl'o
the worst tieklingl ¢ h. " Gives in.
POLICE JURY IN SPECIAL
SESSION FOR GOOD ROADS
~ ,I', ,, . Iui i ,,t \" . 7 1i li ':,i , i.,
Special Session for Good Roads.
,t \ , r m n i i I, J h , I * '1.: 4. . l ' t h - t a v
to `,,' al Ei .-n, \\th \l,. ',. 1 .nt
•I,- E. I:,,,o.n rI in ti ,h:,r.
I t- . \ :i i I I .1i . .i. \1(. I r I'
N~) \ 1. 1)11 W .; 1 1 .l 11N I
Tlhir ,I \W arid \. \W . itch t rl- , n.
I',,, rth \\W,,d .I,-t.. 1.i:,t,.-:.,.1.
,.\ ll, ar T I..1 -."1'T l.
T hlrl \\V :ir i T . I'. I. Il,"n i:, .
6th Ward i lrier It. Wright.
Mr. J,,ua. \l.5i .l a 'ipie I. ltf're, thes
1,ly aol au-kel for the pre asntation
of the folloiiO g lpetiti,.n:
A.\ll e ille, l.a., June ', 19 9.
\ V ,. , th e u n hl, r. .ig n e ,l e tiz '- a n, ta x
,pai rs of the I'arish of \ ierrn llit re
tio lei Of r uil r futi ltible i ionsil lrtati 'i:
That h t is the ,eli-n . f the I'oli.C
J uR)l ,)t th e l'a ri sh o f \ 'vrm iltani to
create a lradl liistri(t ,ilriisiing thi
,hile i ,f the l'ari'ih , 'N irt ilith n ex
,epltlni the l l'ie'l Isl ntl anid ('henire
l\ Tigre ' d ii trits,t an l t, orler ani
election to bi hict ,I soii as aiii cian he
legally hased uploi the ;as~se'iiint and
\uiiatin of lthe l'ear, 1919, for the punr
tie of ascertaining the will of the Taxi
pIrls anil i1 V ,ters ili the nlitter of le-1
iv'ilg. i li) Mill iral Tax for a ,eriol,
of ,- i y'ears, for coilntructili ani miain
taiining IlarI Suiirfaced( and Dirt Roads
,s ith the lPro iso tiat eaich ward is to
ri ,ise a ,ii lhi entittled t, the full
anilnt of iliine for this road build
ing uan maintaining that it's Taxes
anil sale if Bonds shall vielhl and that
-in order to avoid all unlnee'essry
l.lav--The Police Jury ask of it's Le
gal Adviser, at onet, to prepare all
legal documents necessary in the prem
We, further, ask that you appoint
the following 3 citizens of the Parish
as supervisors, or commtllissioners, to
the dlistrict to be formed.
J.. Nelson (reelie, Allies ille, La.
F. M. lHarrington, Erath, La.
R. I. Tanner, Perry, La.
O. II. hleshotels, Kaplan, La.
Alexandre Bonin, Leroy, La.
La. State Rice Milling Co., Inc.
Per R. E. Putnam, Mgr.
Robt. E. Putnam.
L. & M. Sokoloekl Co.
Per L. Sokoloeki, President.
Vermilion Farms Co Ine.
E. P.P. Putnam, Trea.
0. A. Broussard.
Gertrude Planting Vo., per Weill.
People Bank & Trust Co.
John Nugier President.
Geo. W. Summers.
M. A. Young.
R. A. Dalton.
L. O. Broussard.
P. 0. Broussard.
J. Weill Bro.
V. L. Caldwell.
J.1. I. Miller.
C. J. Connor.
J. L. Hart.
Geo. R. Thomson.
H. A. Eldredge.
Bank of Abbeville,
By L. O. Broussard.
Abbeville Grocery Co, Inc.
By L. 0 Broussard, Pres.
J. O. Broussard.
A. G. LangKlinais.
J. N. Broussard.
Walter B. Gordy.
.J. H. Lutgring.
.1. H. McCann. •
A. Kaplin, Per A. O. Laudry.
irving Irrigation Co.,
Per. A. O. Landry.
"fermllion DIvehloment Co.,
Per A. O. Landry.
J. E. Kilbei Jr.
G. J. Laanve, Jr.
('rowley W'arehe ... r.
1'.,r A. It. La,,ilrv.
United Trrigationl & Riber Milling,
PerA. 0. O. andry.
W. tHi. ledge.
G. I'. 81ledge.
R. J. Vallee, by L. erallee,
Minos T. ;ordy.
Pierre Oneil Clark.
W. C. I'oche, M. D.
.Ailrc A. Dubus.
W. t. Nils,n.
J. W. O'Bryan.
Joe I'. (ooch.
M. Romnaiine & Soi, Hrk A. H. R.
c. L. Vin.ent.
J. H. Williams.
F. J. namison.
8 Rex l.eIBlalnoc.
Vallee Warehouse & ot'rieantile Co5
On a mortin amd by Mr. RIchardson.
seconded by Mr. Meaux, that the reso
lutlon offered be adopted as read with
exception that t.ine appontmaent of the
Suprvisors and Commtsiionrs be ehsi.
The following members voted yea''
Pirst War,1--Jos. E. Moore.
3rd Ward A. W. Richardson.
Ninth Ward- Desire Meatx.
The following members voted "no".
seennd Ward-floward Moss.
4th Ward Jos. t. Frederick.
5th Ward T. J. Brousaard.
Seventh Ward--t'hapman Pierce.
There being 3 votes for and 4 votes
against the President declared the adop.
tion of the resolution lost.
On a motion made by Mr. Moss, duly
seconded by Mr. Frederick, that upon
presentation to this body of petition
containing tlf number of names req uir.
ed by law, of the tax payers of Ver
milion Parish, :equesting t is body to
order an election upon the subjeet of
Parish wide good Roads, that this body
wil| order such na election adopted.
On a motion made and duly aeeonded
the Police Jary adjourne4.L
The Tigers Trail
i '1RTII EPISOl)E
It,.Ihe' t d . ......... . .. R uth R olan ,
.la.k Iamlu l ........... ieor' ge ·Lal kinl
S'ruin GIordon .... Mark Stitan
l ij:lolph G(irdoln ............ Mark Strron,
'li; ,r lae ... Hrry (. 1M0, l
S n1' Sll hot well....lFrederick L. hiblu'r
a ga ........... George Fieli
lli:la ................... .aster Walters
IcBlle Boyd has been rendered uncou
i,'4us I,by gas fumes, injected into her
i -taturolnm on the train by an old niman
,i, the adjoining room, who has stomlei
the haundhag containing ,the Tiger Idol.
.\ he rec\overs consciousness sue reach
p Ij and pullls the bell cord which
,nu-es the train to stop. As the train
m'n run i nand general excitement lpre
anll-, the man in the adjoining state
r.mit takes advantage ¶ the opportuni
tv toi leap from the tran and take to
the n ,,otds. Removing bis false beard
andl goggles '. e is revealed as Randollph
(orlon. Belle also leapt front the train
to follow, but in the Woods she losI",
sight of him so she hurfies to the nIlat
,est telephone to tell Jack Randall of
her trouble and that Randolph Gordon
has stolen the Idol.
lBelle, after hunting around finds a
railioaul shanty with a bone and man.
ages to reac'h Jack at the mine office
and he promises to come to her at once.
Meanwhile, Salonga and Shotwell whi,
hadl sent the three baandts to rob Belle
on the train see their men swept from
the train in the tunnl and hurry to
the spot where the tain stopped toI
capture Belle, if possil e, and secure
the Idol. Belle, awalt Jack at the,
railroad chanty from Chleh she tele
ilhoned, determines th she will not
be captured again by S nga and Shot
well and leaping on a = dear standing
on the track, she star down the lint. I
The outlaws give ch on their hr
ses, speeding along the k. Jack has
started in an automobi and in cross
ing the tracks he has aelose shave as
t'e train which has d on, just
misses his machine had crashed
through the gate gua the tracks.
Two o fhis tires have been bown out
and noting the bandits aflter Belle, he
hastily removes the o tires and as
'al rims just t the track he
follows, driving his Ha the rails.
Before he can come u the bandits
they have reached pull her
from the handear o bridge.
Searching her th~j she is
not in ad d
and hurl her t death.
Jack, in his autom just a,
the train is app uses every
effort to signal it to t it is use
less and the train the rope and
drops Belle into the
Jack dives after however, and
succeeds in bringing rely to shore.
In the meantime, Gordon, ear
rying the handbag e the Tiger
Idol he has stoles Be le, returns
to the Gordon 'soue di ecidee to re
main in th Wet amn th dfangers
of the Tiger Worshi Shotwell
comes to the house an ell Hilda, the
maid, who is his o te, that Belle
has been drowned and that andolph
must be watched as he may
.iave the Idol.
After reeuscitating |efle, Jack re
turns with her to the bouse and they
decide to watch Bandoeh Gordon als,
in a neffort to seuere Se Idol as they
ha e discovered the wil he wore on the
train and know that It Vas he who stole
the 'sandbag from the slatepoom.
Finally their vilante is rewarded,
and peeking throh the keyhole of his
room, they see .hi hiding the Tiger
Idol in the upholetering of as'ar chair.
Jack opens the door dowlj and pre
parre to spraing oi Gordoe a-the episode
ends. "The Tier's kl" will be
a town at the Vte Thiatre of Friday
tif each week,
LIFT CORNS OR
Doesn't hurtl Lift any corn of
callus oi with lngers
Don't suffer! A tY hoe . Free.'
,,necosts but a w e --at say drug
store. Apply a w the eOf5
,alluses and '"hard .ea bottom
:,f feet, then lift them
When Freeone nemwve seoraes from
Sthe Goes or callasea the bottom of
feet, the skin beasath Il la pink and
healthy and aves 9r1sader oe irr
n The regular aunal. et oi thie
n Stockholders of the WI5tJaYal lty
Development Co., Ite woli be hei at
Sthe office of the Erath, La.,
oon Ttuesday, Jy It,, between the
if hours of 10 o'eloL k d4 o'elock
v p. m. for the pwpem e a Board
of Direeters for tb alag year, and
d for senh other properlr
' 4rthy, fee
: Barbecue and Basket Picnic
and "WELCOME HOME RECEPTION"
to Soldiers and Sailors of Vermilion Parish
- AT -
Friday, July 4th
MILITARY PROCESSION, ADDRESSES, RACES, BASEBALL, DANCING,
MOVING PICTURES AND OTHER AMUSEMENTS.
Every'N. Sol'li4 ·r1 or Salour, whlwl wr11t -1 n * n111114 .4 l , nI. "1, i- ,1;1 n+ I I i..
S The Orators of the day are HON. JOHN H. OVERTON, of Alexandria, in English,
and HON. JOHN MARKS of Napoleonville, in trench.
SExercises Commence at 10 o'clock, Sharp
, Coe_, v-ern,-eadieO ,o Vr , o-,,,, --c-i_ *
.eti'ri ilooms fur Ladies will he in ,hlargE, 11 : I of il'ý 'lllIIIi "r :I I
Some Out Everyone and Give Our Boy Veterans a Rousing Reception.
CAL MEL SALIVATESB
AND MAKES YOU SICK 1
I acqts lkO 1 nlaamite on a sluggish
liver and you loie a
There's no reason why a person I
should take sickening, sahlv atin cain
mel when a few rents hIvs a large bit
tie of PGodson's Liver Tone-a perfect I
substitute for calomel.
It is a ileasant, vegetahle liquid
which will start your liver just as sure
iv as enlomel, but it doorui't nake you -
sick and can not alnhvate.
Childlren and grown folks can take
DIodson's Liver Tone, because it is per
Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is I
mercury and attacks your boines. Take
I dose of nasty calonmel today anil you
will feel weak, sick and nauseated to- r
morrow. Don't lost a rlav's wTlk.'Tak *
3 spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tonec in
stead and you will wake up feeling
. reat. No more biliouncess, constila
Srion, sluggishness, headache, coated ton
guq or sour stomach. Your druoggist -
,ays if you doli't find i)ods,n'ls li' er
rone acts better than horrible calomel
your money is waiting for you. Adv. I
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LOOKING FOR OPPORTUN;TIES u
A wise' and hontst i an, t i,'i en 'ih.I
ity and earnestl c -ss, is . t t. o I I
about looking for p,li,,,rtuniti ,. . .
and great opo,l,rtinitiii ev'r.: ' c,,r, :, i
oni a eosita.t outlook for ý1'. eI'e. t
is the numb skill and strew: .'. wl ,
, coUtiiu,ia:, talkin .i l I L:n'i
tiout the Iak of i"i' ...a .i.0 . .\
ule his native town is ton slow an1l hi
feels conl'll'e I to leave his parental
backyard for some hustling, hustline I
metrlpolis in order to show the worlb
the stuff hlie is male of. Mulsh.
We have several such younrg f.llow4 I
standing arudin the post office wit:'
their hands in their lantalo,, plck .'
up to their elhows, smonking in.:i t-itvt,' I
feeling confident that our .,,nmi- tow
has no oplortunit for them. It is a
sad fact, but every villag:e anl town I
has such serious parents. Hitmlnei, ino,
village is sa small enough for r'ecry ,I.ia
est man of practical ability to he nalply I
and do something noble and useful.
MORBIDITY WIEILY REPORT.
Typhoid: Allen 2, Beaurcgarl 1, lio
sier 3, Caddo 2, C allico , 1". tinton
A. Rouge 1, E. Felircikn I. Ir t klil , I
g Ih,era 2, L lfourec I Lihlun a, t..
an leans .1, P'laiqu, ii ,.i .. lial,~ s 1, 4 ,
m .lames 1, Ht. J hlin 1, ' ;t. .s,'lv 1, I
Tammany 4, i'ai/iahl- 1I I 'no, 1.
S Polionmvulitis: . l.lil v 1.
S Pillag-a : Assu mntion i nl 2.
4 Morehouse I, Rv4 River 1, Ihlo 2, \W.
g- Felicina 1.
Smallox: "Allen 3, Ca hin a, ('ah :
sieu 1, Caldwell 1, &. Baton Hi iu
Ibeia 1 Iherville 1, Orleans 2, Raiuiilu
2, Richland 1, lV rnou 2.
at She Feels Younger and Stronger
1. Middle-atied and rllder [,ernu :rte
e apt to suffer fmi, overworke I it wir ,
k enel kidneys and nadier. JMrs i 1rin t
rd Dyer, Arkport, N. Y , wilt.S "I u-i
i Foley Kilner Pills for neck . '-c
ly sad pains in my bark, andl the} ga.'
asme relief. Aftet taking Foley Kidlneyv
7. Pil I feel younger and stronger
add Everywhere.-Adv. I
1000 PAIR ,
TO BE SOLD AT OUR STORE STARTING
SMonday, June 23
i - And Continuing Until Every Pair Are Sold -
This Lot of Shoes is not our regular stock, and m
the prices at which they are offered is below the
wholesale cost of them.
U SEE THE PRICES.
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a ,rtll ofth Ad.. v 1t ,n1 ed ., S h.9 . i l . on ,' i
W " ,k ,- ,
A""bev lle e C. .i
, -, I " t \ bT •, M.1,1 W O.
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n All of the Advertised Shocs will be on uyiv in
U Balcony in our store.
SNOW IS THE TIME TO SUPPLY YO UPSELF
] lu, t ox ho ., aid ,t 11 1'}' X I ,t.ll 2,,. . : .j, ; .' .
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE ANO0 THE TIME '
Abbeville MNercairile Co., Inc.
" FRANK C. 6TLBLiNS, IdTa:.ager.
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