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f 4% Paid on Savings Desits PLANTRS B N &
Robt. Chachere, Preydet ,ot hcee
DJ. P. Savan, Vice President; We Sel and Buy Foreign Exchange; We Sell and Buy Travelers Checks, Good as Currency any- Dr J P.ian,
J.P.avant Vce Preidentwhere in the World; We Buy and Sell United States Bonds, all Denominations, at Madqt Price. Jno. P.oSvan,
J. A, Perkins, Cashier, ADre Goe siha s
Louis Guidry, and F. N. Hal hen Book- OURS IS A BANK OF SERVICE G. H. Cretin,
keepL sa We Cater to the Small as Well as the Large Depositors; We are Always Ready to Help Our Friends J. A. Perkins.
R. LP Gard nd, Attorney.
4%Pi nSavings Deposits ,WE PAY 4% PER CENT ON SAVINGS AND TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT4nP't
HOME AGENTS REPORT
Newly organized agricultural clubs
(a Cadwell garish are making a good
showing according to Miss Zilli
Shows', home 'demonetratibf agent,
who reports she has ordered thirty
five settings 'of purebred eggs this
week for one of here new clubs. Miss
Shows says that she believes her new
clubs will be close rivals to her old
or bees organized last year. A car
Joad of mixed poultry will be shipped
from -Caldwell soon. This plan was
devised as a manse of getting rid of
Ute mixed breeds of poultry. Through
the influence of the agent arrange
iments have been made whereby the
Make are going to lend the tarmera
of this pariah money to place pure
`fired poultry .on their farms.
Poultry club members in Natchi
toches parish have placed from 100 to
1K0 eggs ip the mammoth incubator
it the normal for Incubation, reports
ors. W. C. Pierson, home demonstra
tion agent. The manager of the In
eaitor made a special price for the
club members. The agent has plac rd
sa exhibit of canned' goods in one of
the leading show windows and she
has received orders for beans, chow
ehew, jelly and perserves.
Buying bee hives and crating them
wae the major work done this week
in Madison parish by Miss Rebecca
Whitaker, home demonstration ageent
These hives were purchased for de
lilonetrators who secured their stand
hi bive material last year too late to
get bees at that time, Miss Whitaker
ways there is a marked increase in in
'esest in the bee culture. She en
Iwlled two more demonstrators this
Club children in Allen parish have
on the idea that purebred stock
to the only kind to have, according
Sko Mrs. Eleanor Tyree, home demon
Nration agent. One of her.club mem
F re sold six spring chickens thisweek
shad be says that club work is boom
s Corpesila Staples, home agent
la Lincoln parish, says that the auc
tiol sales no the first Wednesday In
ms p meath are always successful.
he recently displayed garden seeds,
the stei t pressure canner, preserved
agend a model dress form which,
she says, caused many people to come
s her ,r seed and to inquire about
the ca+nner Mrs. Staples sold last
week aae doten cans ot tomatoes for
ees of her club girls for $1.26 a dozen.
_`onsiesnap Club Leaders" were disl
rtrpet tziagbhoit Natchitochese
parish this week by Mrs. W: C. Piernqn
home agent, Mrs. Pierson says that
"prd. members more pleasure than
'lub paper that is issued each month.
;:,;hitoches parish is taking a live
tt In theoultry drive and it
'f t 5,JU spar; t will soon, be
ranking high in the purebred poultry
btamsess, she says.
~i~LWOO~ jtkyou4 o& 'trip&
';tisriughiaut the parish in order to
stathan el et lessonas rot a bad
plan, believes Mrs. Martha Crones,
haeae agent in larish.-h
sbq says that she took a lukewu 1
pohity demonstrator on a 'trip wihn
_y fat the woman came " aek
thoronghly convinced that poultry
wo014 nsa, so she went home and or+
dared some baby chicks and got to
work. The latest report from her
etated thateshe had built model poul
1ry I~ouses and had ordered an incu
Leona aepbell, a poultry club
member from Ounalcia parish, has a
new poulr yard. Sue has buiat some
model houses from plans furnished
her by Mrs. Jeweall McQuliler, home
agent, isnd she has snet ouit o uithe
*1 gold ptiece that' Is -behig aoee
for the best Barred Plymouth Rock
chicken raised in the pylah this yearg
One of the Ouaohita chli't girls 'bee
saved $10 towards paykig her way to
the summer ph'ort cequee at Baton
PLANT BUTTER BEANS
F9R FOOD AND SHADE
There are two common types of
butter beanu. the bush and the pole.
The , nderawi bu h lima, as its name
implies, is the bush type. II is
earler thas ile aroflz, 4m,, ,one
pltaderd pole mort, and does not bear
so ki or a W ditio'ns bearin;
over a long period, plant the Cadotlina
(pole) Lima. Both of -the varteties'
mentioned belong to the, small lima
else.. Aet p. tthe '$' laimes
Butter bean require a .rich, dell
dmtined, mellow soie If thbe gurdem
is not well enriched, welltrotted sta
ble manure should be used. The
should not be planted until danger of
frost is past and the ground is well
warmed. In this latitude (Biton
Rouge) soil and weather conditions
are generally favorable for early plsnt
tugs aboatthe middle of'April; igow
eveer, this season due. can probably
plant much earlier as the weather
is much warmer than usual. As tithe
butter beans are warmth lovig plaits,
later plantings may use made with auc
cess, even in June And a abundance
of pods be produce4 till frost ills
the vines. The bittte beans "'are -s
pecially adapted to back-yard gardns
as they can be plapted along, the edges
of the yard and allowed to climb on
.the fences. They should also be con
sidered when planting to sh$de gal
leries, remembering that they are
ready to serve a useful as well as 'or
namental purpose. When plating stn
der usual conditions (in ' the open
garden) 4 to-S beats are usually drop
ped to the hill and covered just deep
enough to assue good germinatipn.
One-half to one inch should suffice
ordinarily if the soil is quite moist.
When the plants are well established
thin to -three or four to the hill On
average soils the hills are spaced
about three feet. apart on low ridges
(beds) four ftet wide.. One pint of
seed should plant about 100 hills.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for the construction of
highways in Road iDistrict No. 1,1
Sixth Police Jury ward, St Lair~y
parish, will be received at the office
of the board of supervisors at E11519.
La., and addiressed i to the board of
supervisors, Eunice, La., with the Ad
ditional' words on sealed envelope,
via: "Bid on Road. Work" until; 2
o'clock P. M. Tuesday, May 3rd. 1901.
and then publicly opened.
The work consists of approximately
18,000 cubic yards of earth embank
rnent, 121 lin feet vitrified pipe, 850
feet ct wood bridges. drainage ditches
clearing, grubbing, eto.
Price per cubic yard for earth work
and per thousand feet board me
ure, for ,lumber in place for bri
Plans .and specifications are on fleý
at the oitce of the dOard of Superri-:
sors, Eunice, La., and at the oftice
of the resident enginieer, 6. P. Hig
ginbotham, Eunice, La.
A certified check payable to the
Board of Supervisors for 6 per dent
of the amount of the bid must accem
pany each bid.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
J. W. EIRIWCICK,
apr 2 8t Secretary.
Office of Washington State Batk
Washington, La, March. Oth; 1 21
In accordance with -our charter there
swfl1~ be a",meetingo of, th19 st o ilera'
'-ot teWasliltt t*` 4tik,, at' the
banking office of said bank, at Wpsli
ington, La., on the first Tuesda in
MaX. (May 3rd; .121); t 3 o'clock p.'
m., for the purpose of annual election
of °. di tore add: the treaneaction of
such other busineus as may properly
come before the; ee g
apr sLSt Cashier.
JER8Y COW BRC AKW
L wSIA NAqRCORDS
The higbest pft)f9i record that has
ever been made by a dairy cow in Lou
isiana 'was that of Golden 's Pony
Lass 681, a Jew. c# owned by
Dr. A. S. Price,2i Thtbodeaux, when
she produced in one year 12,985.8
pounds (1,506.64 gallons) of milk and
686.65 pounds of butterfat, wlich
is equivalent to 807.8 pounds of 85
per cent butter: J tifat Ci * pro.
duee '709 ..pounds :of 1ttai she
would have been presented with a
gold medal by ahe A~merican Jersey
Gittfr 9hrb This -cow was only :our
years Lad six months old when she
started h r test and she wast push
erd for ýh h eh $:T sc i
from the dary ss that e.
are confident that s Wiil mi e a
much better record during her next
years w.rk, - ,
Ociden Btes Foly lass is not the
only good co* in Dr. Price's ,
,Re has twenty-five ows on official
test. iong theiit are Oussle's l1axy
Msay with a recoet -633.8B pun6 of
butterfat, a ndG us ie'; Dame m e tla
which holds the .stat eo Mr a e
year old cow with 466,29 pound of
"The records made by these tpwi
shoul4 mreate ;new interest and en
thaustalam amens i edairy farmase of
the state," says C. it Staples o the
state unjiraly "airy division. These
records shouIld enceurge the ar4z
to give mere thought to thetea
inating of the poor ones keeping re
cords of the feed the dairy cows con
suaie and the milk and butterfat they
By the undersigned on Sackett
plantation, one light sorrell mule,
with with feet. Branded thus--J.
Ow#ner can have same by coming
forward, estalblishing ownership and
paying all -costs incurred.
mch. 19 4t Port Barre, La.
Notice is hereby given that on the
12th day of April, A. D., 1921, at 11
o'clock a. m., there will be sold at
public auction to the highest , kidder
for cash at the Texas & Pacific depot
it ,Opelousas, St. . Landry parish,
Louisiana,-the following articles ship
ped by J. II. Mosley, ftom Branco,
La., on December 7, 1918, consigned to
J. H. Mosley. at Opeloueas, La., un
claimed by consignee:
ONE. SEOOND HAND RICE
Owner may obtain shipnient prior
to time of sale by submitting proof
'of ownership and paying all accrued
charges, including cost of this adver
J. W JORDAN, Agent, .r
The Texas quad Pacific Railway,
O ouss, t1oulaiana.
[.; LEACH VETERINARIAN
Graduate of Kansas City, Mo.,
Veterinary College, 1910-Treats
diseases of all livestock, vaccina
tion a specialty. For years depart.
ment state veterinarian of Mis
Issourl. Phone Washington, La.
Ordi nince Creating The -Lwtel
Mg. W. C. Deesh, offered the fol
lowing ordinance which was duly sec
onded by Mr. Eloie Guillory,
Of the police Jury of the parish of
St. Landry, State of Louisiana
oreeating . the "Lawtell Drainage
District of the said parish of St.
LAndry, State of Louisiana," and
fixing the boundaries thereof,
constitating said drainage dis
trict, a body corporate in law, and
vesting it with power and author
ity inaident thereto; vesting the
government and control of said
drainage district in a board' of
five (5) commissioners, and fixing
Section 1. Now, therefore, be it or
dained by the police jury of the said
pari"h of St. Landry, sitte of Louis
iana, now in regular session duly as.
sembled; that all of the land and prop
erty. situated within the fo)owing do
scribed boundaries, to-wit:
Beginning at a point at the South
west corner of the So 1-4 of SE 1-4
of Section -14, Township Six (6)
South, Range Two (2) East, being a
point where the boundary line of the
Bayou Plaquemine Drainage District
Intersects the parish line between the
Parishes of Acadia and St. Landry;
thence running North - one'narter
mile; thence East and Northeast
along the boundary of the said Bayou
Plaqitemine Drainage District, to
where same Intersects the South
boundary of the Bayou Mallet and
Plaquemine Drainage District; thence
West and Northwest along said boun
dary line td where the same inter
sects the boundary line between the
parishes of St. Landry and Evange"
line; thence West, South and West.
along said parish line to where the
same intersects the South line or
Sect. or Grant No. 7, Tp. 6, S., R. 2,
B.; thence Southwest, along said Sec
tion or Grant line, to the West line
of Section 17, T, 6, S., R. 2, E.;
thence South to the North line of
Section 48, T, 6, S., R, 2, E.; thence
following the North and West lines
of said Section 48 to where the same
Intersects the West Line of Section
28, T, 6, S., R, 2, E.; thence South!
to a point one-quarter of a mile
South of the North line of Section 31,
T. 6. S., R, 2, E.; thence East to Ba
you Mallet and thence crossing said
Bayou to a line of division between
property af Frank $rinkman and
properties of Ernest Guillory and
Arthur Miller; thence in-a Southeast
etiy direotion, along said division line
to where the same intersects the di
vision line between the parishes of
St. Landry and Acadia; thence East
along said division line" to point of
beginning., Qontalning approximately
Sixteens ''housahtd (6,000) - acres of
land, be and the same is hereby in
corporated into a Drainage District
to be designated and known as the
"Lawtell Drainage District" of the
parish of St. Landry, state of Louisi
ana, ,and all the land and property
atftmted within the boundaries of said
drainase district shell- be subject to
taxation- for the purpose -of more per
fectly draining the lands of rain wat
er within said drainage district.
Section 2. Be it furtber ordained,
etc., that the said Lawtell Drainage
District be and the same is hereby
duly, constituted -and declared to be
a body tmrporate In law. - --It shall
have- pepetuad existence and shall en
joy and exercise all rights, powers
and privileges - now granted, or
-Wich may hereifter bu granted by
the odstfttion ant laws of the state
of Louisiana, to corporations of this
character with full authority and pow
er to contract, sue and be, sued, plead
and be impleaded, appear, answer and
prosecute in all courts of justice and
elsewhere, to make and use a corpor.
ate seal which shall be a circle of
the words: "LAWTELL DRAINAGE
DISTRICT," and in the center: "Cor
porate Seal 1921, La." The domicile
of said corporation shall be in the
town of Lawtell, In the parish of St.
Landry, state of Louisiana. All cita
tions or other -legal process shall be
served upon the president, and in his
absence upon the vice-president, and
in his absence upon the secretary. It
shall keepi at its domicile all- its offi-j
cial books and records.
Section 3. Be it further ordained,
etc-, that said corporation shall have
authority to receive by donatiok or to
buy or expropriate property when
deemed necessary to use such prop
erty in carrying out.the plans and pur
poses for which said drainage Pis
trict was created. It shall have auth
ority to purchase or rent machinery
which may be necessary .for draining
the land within said drainage district
and tohave the work executed under
Its own supervision, anid shall own the
right-of-way for canals and ditches
and all sites which are acquired for
the said drainage district It lsiher
by vested with full power and author
ity, and it shall be its duty to open,
straighten and clean but all natural
drains, or make new. ditches or canals
which it may deem necessary or pro
per, and to perform any and all other
work incidental to or connected there
with which may be needful to render
the natural drains of said drainage
district mose perfect and effective. It
shall have the power and authority to
cut and open new drains, or canals.
The drainage' cothissisne f for Aid
purpose of securing a proper outlet for
the water of the said4 draIage dietrict
shall have full power and authority to
extend drainage ditches or canals
beyond the boundaries of-th said
drainage district with the same ifower
and authority to expropriate the right
of way in the same manner and to'
the same extent. as though sdich ditch
es or-eanals were situated within the
boundartis of .lle said district. They
shall have authority to make and exe
cute, contracts and to do and perform
any and all acts necessary to carry
out "e splans ant purpose for which
thebsaid:district' a. ereated, name)
to design, construsek, and "maintsin a
comprehensive system of gravity
drainage within Its boundaries. They
shall have atithority to divide ihedis
trict into one or more sub-drainage
districts as conferred upon them by
Act No. 227 of the Acts of the Gen
era! Assembly ' tli6 itate of tbulsi
ana of'1914, as amended.
Section 4. Be it. further ordained,
etc., that all the corporate powers and
the administration, of the affairs of
the, said drainage district shall be
vested in and controlled by _ board
of commissioners to be known as the
"The Board of Drainage Commission
era of the Leawtell Drainage District:"
and said board of commissioners shall
be composed of five members, whoi or
whose wives shall own real estate sit
uated within the bound'aries of said
drainage district lsseesed for not less
than five hundred dollars ($500.00),
or must "be' the 'represeitatlives. of
some corporation owning real estate
within" the said drainage district
assessed for not less than five hun
dred dollars ($500,00). Persons pos
sessing such quallfications may be ap
pointed drainage commissioners
whether they be *esidents or non-resi
dents of said drainage district, but
must be resident' of this state. The
police jury shall appoint three com
mistioners, one for a term of four
years and two for a term of two years
each. The remaining two commission
ers shall be appointed by the governor
of the state to serve for four years
each, and al appointments of commis
sioners by the said police jury there',
after shall be for a term of four years
each. The appointment of the com
missioners by the police jury shall be
made upon a written petition signed
by not less than twenty-five land own
ers of said drainage district.
All vancancies on said board caused
by death resignation or otherwise,
'shall be filled 'in'the same manner in
which the commissioners thereof were
originally appointed 'and for the un
expired term only.
section b. Be it further ordained,
etc., that the commissioners appointed
under the provisions of Section Four
of the ordinance, after having quali
fled according to law, shall convene
and hold their first meeting in the
town of Lawtell on the 31st day of
March, 1921, at Ten O'clock, a. m.,
and shall then and there proceed to
organise by the election of officers as
Ph'st: They shall elect from their
number a presidents vice-president.
The president shalf *rform the du
ties as are usually r ired of presi.
dents of corporate bodies of this char
acter.. The vice-president shall act In
the absence of the president. or dur
ing the time of his inabllity¶"to act.
Second: They shall elect a secre
tary and treasurer who may or may
not be a member of the board of com
missioners. The secretary a treas
urer shall receive a salary not ex
ceeding twenty-five dollar( ($26.00)
per mnonth and shall pe all uli
ties required by him Or =nd n by the
board of commissioners.
Seot~on 6. Be it further ordained,
etc., that the, board of commissioners
shall meet as often as they deem it
necessary to properly conduct the at
fairs of the district, provided that at
least one meeting shall be held every
year.. All of the expenses of admin.
istering the affarr of Said driawege
district, including salaries $t.fieers
etc., shall be s .idort of tojf an in
the bauds of the treasurer
to the said district whep s*a It a
bills, salaries, or other expenses shall
have been- approved at . meeting of
the board of commissioners, pro4ide4
that the commissioners themselves
shall not receive 'any compensation
for their services as members of said
drainage board.., but mad' be re-ilbur#
ed for any expenses incurred in pei
forming the duties imposed upon them
by virte-e of their appolitmenti.
Section 7. Be it further ordained,
etc., that the said board of corn-is
slonera may make and adopt by-laws,
rules and regulations for Its govern
ment and that of its officers and em
Section 8. Be It further ord.lned,
etc., that in order to .crry intoj pffect
the provisions contained in tb13 or
dinance relative to the drainage of
the land situated within the boun
daries of said drainage district the
said borde of commilssoners are here
by fpily authorized, empowere4 and
directed to provide the. funds neces
sary therefor by levying and colecting
in the manner provided by law, any
tax or forced contribution whih -is
now or may hereafter be sathorized
by the constitution and laws of this
state and to incur debts and issue
negotiable bonds as authorized ba Act
No. 256 of 1910 of the general aasem-.
bly of the ,state of Louisiana, a( well
as any and all amendments that) may
now exist or may hereafter be made
Section 9. Be it further ordained,
etc., that said drainage district 4sljall
have and -possess all the rights, pow
ers, privileges and immunitlesi that
are now conferred upon it by the con
stitution and laws as well as any and
all laws or parts of laws or amend
ments `there that mat ow exist or
mayp hieetera be efated 3y the gen
Vrai ad enmli , of the t of Louisi
See'tion 1D: °Be It :fitlg ordajined,
stc.,dt Et rii aor4 Cant 11, ta e ef
fect Immediately from and aftert Its
adoption, and publication.
Voting for the ordinance: Messrs
St.. Cyr, Phillips, Dupre, Cumutings,
Guidroz, Moreaus W. F. Brown, UDlop
bon, Godeau, McCaffery, Deshotels,
Sylvestre, Defean, Guillory.
Voting against the ordinance. None.
A~doptml. bis 8th day of March, A.
- . JOS. T. ST. CYO
Pre ident. Pro Tem.
Attnet:-J. . HIDALEY, -
TRESPASS NOTiCE: "
Notice if ereby ,iven that al tress
pesting and the Oeng:: of weed on
our lands, locat dl ~n thb first °and
third police jury wards of St. Landry
parish, on- Bayeuq Teehe, U, eictly
forbidden, d all violators will be
proseeUted to the fill extesit of the
- W. P. CAI,
me 6a 4t RIt. 9, Opelousas, La.
"YOU'RE cR$D" uiLd red ND AT absrilC
"UNLESSY9 4JI3.44, BUTT iRR stru
A LIVE stogy t .'" MADE .TE pIc .
SDSO THE ctb repore. AND WHIE Iutervjewe4
DISAPPEARED VOR boars BYY OU star reporter.
BUT WHEN ho recovered. GAVE QUT this statement.'
FROM HIS trance, be iL"Ht'S ;Ioia, Rlt.
A STQRY-bere it is. ml A$YJUM esys, by e
OUR DEPUTY constable. THE WORST they ever ka4,
WAS WAKENED by the 'phoen, WHY THE poor nut.
AND A shrill voice cried. CLAIMS HE can copy, 41
"FOR THE 1v Mke., THE 84 ET blend.
BEAT IT here qui OP 1F1 HE rettes.
AND NAIL a nat. THAT SATISFY.
WHO'S TALKING wi &
IN THE cigar toe Noe
20 for 20 . THE LONG arm of the law.
in air-tidht packages PUT ON his pantsy Gesteraelds sats
.Also obaiaste, .n cc h l "f ! se
time of50, waoweg S tIes t$Sb& ,
MRS. MATTFIE L. JOSEPH
JOHNSON SHAVER, ABSENTEE
No. 21,796, Civil Docket, Sixteenth Ju
dicial Iistrict Court, Parish of
St. Landry, -o ulsiana
By virtue of. a writ of seizure and.
sale, issued out of the Honorable Six
teenth Judicial Blstrict Court, in and,
for the parish of St. Landry, Louiisi
ane, in the abovd editftled and num.
sered suit, and tb me directed, I have
seized and will proceed to offer fdr
sale, at public auction to the last and
highest bidder, ' at the front door of
the Court Hoase of St. Lndry parish
at Opelousas, Louisiana, on
SATURDAY, APRIL, 16 492.,'
at 11 o'clock a. in., the fol wing de
ecribed property, to-wit:
A certain lot of land together w~ith
all the buildings and improvements
situated thereon, and belonging there- I
to, being designated on the ofjcial
map of the Town of Melville as Lot
Eleven (11) in Block 'llglkt (8) In
Krots. Addition -to thi said lown. of
Melville, Louisiana: This is-the same
property which the ds " Mrs, Mattle
Joseph sold to the said Johnson Shav
er, May 16, 1920 by' Act of Sale eke.
cuted before Paul W. Iafleuir, Notary
recorded in Conveyance Book "K"
No. 4 1-2 page 324, also in Mortgage
Book 53A, page 615, Clerk's Office,
TERMS AND CONDTION; -For
cash to pay and satisfy the, sum of
Five Hundred Dolars, with Eight per
cent per annum interest from Novem
ber 10, 1920, nutil paid, together with
ten per cent as attorpey'* fee on the
entire debt, namely: PFlteen Hundred
Dollars, and on terms of credit such
as were given to the debtor by the
original contract that is to say Fire
Hundred dollars payable May'15, 1921,
with Right, per cent per annum Inter
est from November 15, 1920, until paid
and Fite hundred dollars payable Nov.
ember 15, 1521, utitil paid, toget) er
with Eight per cent per annum inter
est from November 16, 1920 ratl paid.
Sh1eritff, Peish of Ot.4.aIdry.,
Notioe of Yesahard lita isiatien
The -next exathination 'f 'appliets
for teachers' certificates will. 0e heli
Mdonda y. dy, Aapril
~e4lp ~ will ham- ei4 atat.
11th, 1 Threay
The examinat~on for teachqrs wil"
be hed Ip° i # offlc of the superin.
Jiff. P. aWs 1rr,
mch 5 6t Superintendent.
POTATO BEETLE MAKES
The Clorado potato beetle '
the job early this season. as
inquiries regarding the control o
Insect have been received by the
tiulturists in the state unversity
tention division. Adults that
hibernated over winter are
to appear and egg laying its
der way. Gardeners with small
of Irish potatoes should handyle
destroy these "early corners,"
should crush 'all eggs that;m
seen, , say the specialists. Thb
are orange colored and are f
masses on the under surface. b .
leaves. From these eggs isss
large larvae. or slugs that pgly;
havoc by devouring the
Watch for these slugs sand h+a'
"Where the area is to
hand pick effectively, the slugs
be poisoned with powdered
lead," they specialists say. #
son may be applied to vargo0i
The simplest way perhatse, or
areas is dustinga the follag%
cheesecloth sack When the
eloth is used, .the powdered
of lead should be; mixed
with at least an equal part b?
of dfy slaked lime."
"If further details oi' other `
of application are desired, writ
horticultrsi " department,
State Unsiversity, Baton tos ,
cular No; 11-44.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR3
No. 21,830, Civil Docket, Blat
dicial Diatriqt Court,
Landry' Parish IA.
TO ialC VRWDITORSfi
a ron musoe
Totice is.,herby. gijy:
has directed (h a
'F lay,' Apr 9~, 14921`
theh x of 1#al. a.
'qfac A. ;U 93.8 .
A. J.., 14
apr 2 st Deputy (lerk it