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AND IINDEREINDEINT OBSERVER.—Consolidated March Ist, 1Q02.
M \V. I'lsiIEK, !'MIii>r liutl l'ro|iriet<ir.
VOLUMK XVI11.
DEVOTED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF HOME INTERESTS.
NEW IBERIA, LA., SATURDAY, MAY L»4, 1902.
Subscription, $1.50 jirr Annum.
NUMBER 13
GRAND AUCTION SALE
Of Valuable Business and Residence Lots
IN ESTHERWÜOD, LOUISIANA
e:S
ARE YIOiUTE
TO WHAT PASSES AROUND YOU? OR WILL YOU SCOFF AT EVERY OPPORTUNITY OR INVEST
MENT MERELY BECAUSE IT IS NOT A "SNAP." THE DOLLARS OF OUR DADDIES WERE MADE
IN REAL ESTATE, AND BUT FEW FORTUNES BY "THE SWEAT OF THE BROW." A DOLLAR IS EASIER EARNED BY SHREWD
INVESTMENT THAN BY HARD LABOR !
Here is a Chance to Lay the Foundation for Fortune and Prosperity.
ESTHERWOOD
is located in the Garden Spot of Western Louisiana, and surrounded by the richest rice
lands in the world, watered by large irrigating canals. This little city is rapidly growing,
property there having advanced 60 per cent in value in the past year ; and it now bids
fair to become the METROPOLIS OF SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA. It has a Fine Bank,
Good Schools, Churches, Stores, Rice Mills and Warehouses, and offers unsurpassed facil
ities to any business enterprise. Its climate is unexcelled, water the best, and streets
excellent. It is the ideal spot in Louisiana for homeseekers to locate.
Magnificent Lots in Estherwood will be sold at your own price
as they go at auction and the Highest Bidder gets the Plums.
TERMS OF SALB.
ONE FOURTH CASH, BALANCE IN 6, 12 AND 18 MONTHS. TAXES FOR 1902
ARE PAID.
SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAIN SSÄK"
S200 Lot Given Away 1
EVERYONE ATTENDING SALE RECEIVES A CHANCE, WHETHER YOU BID, BUY
OR NOT.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, CALL ON OR ADDRESS
A. KAPLAN, Crowley, or J. KOLLITZ, Estherwood.
G AAR, SCOTT & CO., New "*ria, La.
Traction and
Portable En
gines, Saw Mills
Clover Hullers
«
I I IRESH1NG -MACHINERY
«QUEEIN of the RICE FIEUD»* Thresher
and CORLISS TRACTION E IN Q I IN ES
" Wherever Rice la King, the Paar. Scott Engine and Thresher is Queen.'
lluiuluuiirtwrMi MAMIOIN WAHBHUU8B.
Oppiutltw K. k. Depot.
T. A. HUTCHES, Salesman.
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We are located on the corner of m kin Street «ml
Hunk Avenue. We make the latest flnish and
keep strictly u|> to-date. We will (five a M KP AI,
I.ION with each dosen Cabinet» for the month of
March Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or money
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J. M. PERRY,
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PAPER HANGER.
FINISHING IN HARD OIL A SPECIALTY.
Shop in Millard Block, Rail
road Avenue,
NKW IBERIA, LA.
A.S.AULD
NEW IBERIA, LA.,
Practical Engineer
AN ° Machinist.
liioo Irnnatiiif: Machinery, Saw Mill, Sugar
House, Grist Mill, Cotton (tins, etc.
Work guaranteed first class in every re
sjwet.
M^AVoulil be pleased to get your work.
Lock Box 368.
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DENTIST.
OFPICU, CUUB BUIhCMNO,
trmw WER lA, LA.
JNO. T. WHITE
REAL ESTATE
NOTARY and
FIRE INSURANCE
«
HAS THE FOLLOWING LIST OF
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
100 acre farm, improved, in fine condition,
near town.
35 acre farm, improved, good-for dairy or
truck farm, one mile from town.
20 acre farm, fruit and truck, one andone
lialf miles from town.
4 acre tract on Main street, with good
house, all under fence, nice for poultry
and berries.
5 seres with good bundings, dwelling and
store at Hubertville, one mile from
Jeanerette. -
Plantation of 975 arpents, five miles from
town, fronting Bayou Teche, 700 under
fence and in cultivation.
Lot on Lee street, East End, 104 feet
front, 198 in depth, good six room bouse
and outbuildings.
Lot on Main street, 50x150 feet.
Lot on Bank Avenue, near Main street,
100x207 feet.
Lot on Madison street, near Weeka street,
50x150 feet.
Lot on Iberia street, 80x131 feet.
Lot on Providence street, 80x126 feet.
>400.
F.N.BRIAN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Obstetrics and Gynecology a Specialty.
OS m , Bmmw Bulldla«.
Charte« and Center «Una .
: Calls promptly uuwtnd Day or Night
Caabwlut 'Fht»«. Baa., SM; OMas, MQ.
The Enterprise
A XD OJtSEliVER— CONSOLIDA TED.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF IBERIA PARISH
AND TOWN OF NEW IBERIA.
ANNEXATION STILL THE CUBAN
DREAM.
"The Cubans have expected and
have worked for reciprocity! on a
basis of free trade in sugar a 4,id to
bacco. They didn't expect' any
trouble about getting it, audi they
have been somewhat surprised iu
consequeuce. It was well tliai[ the
southwestern cane growers i and
uorth western beet growers opposed
the measure from the start, for it
would do much harm to the sugar
interests of the United States.''
The speaker was Frederick H.
Dobbs, who has been chemist on
one of the larger sugar plantations
iu Matanzas during the last two
years. While Mr. Dobbs was sta
tioned iu Matanzas he made fre
quent trips through the other pro
vinces, and is well acquainted with
the agricultural interests of the is
land.
"Cuban sugar can be produced
at less than 1% cents a pound, 96
test, and give the planter a good
profit. This tueuus that he can
pay the tariff ou it and still land it
here as cheaply as it can be made
iu Louisiana nndeTexas, and with
as much profit as our plauters cau
get out of it, pound for pound.
"Preparations are going on for
the enlargement of sugar planta
tions and sugar-houses. Some of
the Cuban plantations are enor
mous, the acreage running into the
thousands. At the same time im
provements are being made iu
machinery, and American methods
are coming iuto more general use
every day, and the result will be
better than heretofore.
"Cuban planters have not gotten
as much sugar out of a tou of cane
as they should. These imperfect
methods are rapidly giving way to
the latest and most modern in su
gar production.
"With the improvemeut in me
thod« there will be a great addi
tional reduction in the cost of su
gar to the planter and an additional
advantage in production over the
American sugar planter.
"It seems like folly for us to ad
mit Cuban sugar free nnder these
circumstances, and just as much so
to give any reduction—even 20 per
cent, ftiey can beat the Louisiana
planter now with the tariff, and
with the improvement of their me
thods th«y will beat him even fur
ther. Tkey hare a good enough
show as it is to succeed and get
rich if they have enough enterprise.
"Cuba produced an average of
8 00,000 tots of sugar with old me
thods, cqptbiog the cane imper
fectly and getting much less of the
saccharine contents than they
should get.
"This year the acreage is in
creased, aud euough of the old
plantations brought back to pro
duction to raise the yield to at
least 1,000,000 tons. That alone
is enough to supply half the sugar
importation of this country. Yet
it will be increased much further
in the next few years.
"With Hawaiian sugar and Phil
ippines sugar on the same footing,
the Louisiana planter might as well
go ont. of business.
"Besides the old plantations,
new ones are being laid out and
modern machiuery is going in by
the hundred tons. In a few years
Cuba's sugar output will be enor
mous.
"I believe Cuba will be admitted
to the uuiou in less than two years,
and then, of course, there will be
no tariff. Louisiana sugar inter
ests will suffer then. There is no
use making them sugar now."
Mr. Dobbs says there is a very
strong sentiment in the island in
favor of annexation. It will come
eventually under sny circum
stances, but will be accelerated if
the Cuban government don't please
the people or if there is a split be
tweeu the governing powers, which
there undoubtedly will be. The
Cubaus want to try free govern
ment for a while, but only because
they kuow they have nothing to
lose, as they can appeal to the
United States when they want to,
and protection is assured.
Biliousness is a condition characterized
by a disturbance of the digestive organs.
The stomach is debilitated, the liver tor
pid, the bowels constipated. There is a
loathing of food, pains in the bowels, diz
ziness, coated tongue and vomiting, first
of the undigested or partly digested food
*nd then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets allay the disturbance
of the stomach and create a healthy appe
tite. They also tone up the liver to a
healthy action and regulate the bowels.
Try them and you are certain to be much
pleased with the result. For sale by Jas.
A. Lee, Druggist.
What the overtaxed people of
this country long to see is an
"émerger." They have beeu
swamped by "mergers."
Like A Itrowniny Man.
"Five years ago a disease the doctors
called dyspepsia took such hold of me that
I could scarcely go," writes Geo. S.
Marsh, well-known attorney of Nocona,
Tex. "I took quantities of pepsin and
other medicines but nothing helped me.
As a drowning man grabs at a stiaw I
grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement
mt once and after m few bottles am sound
and well." Kodol is tbe only preparation
which exactly reproduces the natural di
gestive juices and consequently is the
only one whieh digest* any good food and
cures any form of atomaeh trouble. Jno.
B. Taylor.
The Increasing Consumption of Sufar in
the United States.
Some datu recently compiled by
the United States Treasury Bureau
of Statistics bring out vividly the
enormous increase in the consump
tion of sugar in this country. In
1870 the total consumption of sugar
iu the United States was about
566,000 long tons. In 1901, a lapse
of 31 years, the consumption of
sugar in the United States reached
2,360,000 long tons, more than four
times the consumption of 1878, or
417 per cent.
Spring Ailments.
There is an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
sluggish an inactive, the digestion im
paired, with little or no appetite, no am
bition for anything, and a feeling that the
whole body and mind needs toning up.
Tho trouble is, that during winter, there
has been au accumulation of waste matter
in the system, Herbine will remove it,
securo to the secretions a right exit, and
by its tonic effect, fully restore the wasted
tissues and givo strength in place of weak
ness. 50e at Estorge Drug Co.
It will be some time before all
the legislative jewels will be
brought to the surface.
Beauty Triumph*,
'Tim m Prio dmmm Te mmm mem.
No woman objects to being beautiful.
Reauty is woman's charm, joy, pride and
strength. The world has always petted and
adored beautiful women. A pretty woman
dreads maternity for fear of losing this pow
er and influence over men. What can be
done to perpetuate the race and keep women
beautiful ? Tliere la a bahn universally used
by cultured and uncultured women in the
crisis. Husbands will do well to Investigate
this remedy in order to reassure their wives
on the point of ease with which children can
be born and all beauty of form and figure
retained.
Notkers Friend
is the simple name by which this invaluable
remedy is known, it will diminish all pain
allied to motherhood. Used throughout
sic kn<
expanding burden. Muscles soften under Its
soothing Influence and the patient anticipate*
farorably the issue, In the comfort thai
bestowea. _
M other'* Friend >« a liniment for ex
ternal application. Women'* own pr«fty
finger* rub it gently on the part* so severely
taxed, and it I* instantly absorbed and so
lubricate* the parts.
You may I
book '
THE BRADFIELD REQULATOR CO.
• ATLANTA. OA. «
akes short roads
AXLE
JL Sfc»nd light loads.
fiREASE
^•^^ood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Sold Evorywhor*.
Made by STANDARD Oil. CO.
AN OHIO MAN'S AIRSHIP.
St. Louis, May 10.—Alonson
Wood, a retired builder and an in
ventor of prominence, of Toledo,
Ohio, has applied for a patent ou a
flying machine 42 feet high, 30
feet wide, and weighing about two
tons. It is a departure from other
machines, consisted of tilted plane*?
or propellors, which are made to
revolve around the central shaft.
These planes have a total area of
1200 square feet and will be driven
by a gasoline motor. The engine
is ten feet square, and the lifting
capacity is estimated at 12 tons.
Other propellers will drive the
machine through the air at a veloc
ity which Mr. Wood estimates at a
mile a minute. Mr. Wood is the
inventor of the roller coaster and
sold his rights therein for $30,000.
Cures Iffien Doctor» Fail.
Mrs. Frank ('hiasson, Patterson, La.,
writes June 8tb, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under treat
ment by doctors, but as soon as I stopped
taking their medicine the fever would re
turn. I used a sample bottle of Herbine,
fonnd it helped me. Then bought two
bottlea, which completely cured me. I
feel grateful to you for furnishing such a
splendid medicine, and can honestly rec
ommend it to those suffering from malaria,
as it will surely cure them." Herbine,
50c bottle at Estorge Drug Co.
Andrew Carnegie is the author
of an article favoring the treatment
of the people of the Philippine
Island* tbe same as the Cubans.
It appears probable that Mr Car
negie will not have as large a figure
opposite his name in the Republi- ;
can books in 1904 as he has had on
former Presidential occasions.
H ants Others to Knout.
"I have used DeWitt'a Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid liver
and they are all right. I am glad to in
dorse them for I think when we find a
good thing we ought to let others know
it," writes Alfred Heinz«, Qniney, 111.
They never gripe or diatreaa. Sure, safe
pills. Jno. R. Taylor.
State Treasurer LeDoux E. Smith
is quite a progressive citizen. He
proposes to reap some of the fruits
of Alexandria's progress. The
Town Talk informs us that he is
about to erect a ton thousaud dol
lar building on one of his lots in
that city. It says :
"The building will have a pressed
brick front and side, plate glass
windows, water, electric lights and
sewer connections. It will front
on Third street. The second floor
will be fitted up in the most modern
manner for offices. Mr. Smith ex
pects to have the building ready
for occupancy by September 1st.
Mr. Smith is showing that he has
faith in the permanency of real
estate values in Alexandria."— Jin
ton h'ougr Advocate.
Itanyerous if Xeff 1er teil.
Burns, cuts and other wounds often fail
to heal properly if neglected and become
troublesome sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve prevents such consequences. Even
wheie delay has aggravated the injury
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure.
"I had a running sore on my leg thirty
years," says H. C. Ilartly, Yankeetown,
Ind. "After using many remedies, I tried
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve. A few boxes
healed the sore." Cures ail skin diseases.
Piles yield to it at once. Beware of coun
terfeits. Jno. R. Taylor.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you tako Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonio because the formula is plainly print
ed on every bottle abowing that it Is simply
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form. No
Cure, No Pay. 50c.
scom
EMULSION
OF COD-LIVER OIL WITH
HYPOPHOSPHITES
should always be kept in
the house for the. fol?,
lowing reasons:'
FIRST— Because, if any member
of the family has a hard cold, it
will cure It.
SEOOHO —Because, if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, it will
make them strong and well.
THIRD —Because, if the father or
mother is losing flesh and becom
ing thin and emaciated, it will build
them up and give them flesh and
strength.
FOURTH — Because it is the
standard remedy in all throat and
lung affections.
No household should be without It.
h can be taken In summer as well
as in winter.
toc. ind »..oo, «II druegUt«.
SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemisis, New York.

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