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Fenton, La. May 10, 1915 rain fell in our district the th which has enabled all tobegin again. Gang plows. Sand drills are now ivery field, and we feel as was heavy enough to en inerS to complete the rice or it gets dry again should asore rain soon. The corn Salso at its full blast while all replanting the first ,riog made a bad stand on a the drouth and the corn e up was badly damaged rt Worm leaving very little 9t to cultivate. The sweet ,pis not very goodl but some get vines from. Some M1ay being plantedl still the north, dried the ground consid* ,some pumpinr will probably lgw days as the late rain has t older rice to get very itesand the Voodlawinites aV aX( Woodlawn vwith a S10 to 11 faning Woodlawn. will play LockUmore next ttbe river. ses Cardwell of Woodlaxiiwn ywith his wife going to Sanitarium where his loundergo an operationl, Mrs. s been quite ill for several her doctor advised aln opera. I jst resort. We wish to see 'searly recovery and re home. Stanley made a flying trip rlesone day last week andE with anew stock of groceries appearance of his shelves to the mouth hungry and eat tolive we sometimes irs.John Forest of Fenton the guest of Judge Pelo. wife. Mrs. Forest has taught ardistrict while Mr. Forest manager of the building n High School. M.Aribia and Ram Ardon of :rent Sunday in Kinder. The shave their sweethearts here Stanley now is teaching school. He has obtained nicesaddle horse from Mr. andis now making his four ining and evening. Augustine- of Lockmore midst Sunday and reports Mrs.J. M. Peloquin very sick 1 aDoctor called three times 0. Gusman and family of after spending a couple i Mr. and Mrs. Octave t Woodlawn, returned to ·Y: it Y. Mrs. Gusman said is the home for her and! d will probably have to can make him believe he e fry as well as she does. e UNCLE JOE INSURANCE-I will in*' e windstorms, $1000.00 fr $4.00 Why take your ietme Insure your prop. c VCarr agent. I. FA HAY.e ALL KINDS OF lb i-i FEED ShIPMENT OF p ad e iytry Food N NTENOT. L ONE 46 C ORDINANCE No. 76 AN ORDINANCE expropriating a righ of-way for a public road from N. E corner section 33.7.4 to S. E. cornet 5.8.4 and appropriating money ti pay the damages assessed there by by road commissioners to the sev eral owners of said property. SECTION 1. Be it furtner ordainec by the Police Jury of Jelterson Davih Parish, Louisiana, that a road from N. E. corner Section 33.7 4, thence west tc N. W. corner section 33"7;4, thenci south to S. E. corner section 5-8-4 as traced and laid out by a commission of freeholders consisting of Leon Bar. trand, J. S. Doise, Eraste Doise, Gus" tave Doise, A. R. McBurney, O. Marn cantel as per their report this day filed with this Police Jury, laying out and expropriating a right-of-tway for said road, is hereby declared to be a public road and dedicated to said use. SECTION 2. le it further ordained etc., that the followiing land is hereby expropriated fronm its respective own. ers for said piublic road towit; From Hiaplhial Monroe Jr. the follow ing land:3 tfeet acro-s the S. 'i . 1.4 of the S. W. 1.4 28.7.4; From H. M. Sanip. scn the following land: 30 feet across the E 1.4 of S. E. 1.4 32. 74. Fromi S. A IIKnapp the tollowing land: 30 it across the F 1.2 of L 1-2 Sectioin 5.8-.4. From ilThos. J. \Watsoni the lollowin10 laid: 30 feet aclross the V 1.2 of N. W. 1.4 Section 4-S 4. SIkCTION 3. Be it further ordained etc. that the 1ollowiiig sums tie heebyv appropriated out of the contieg. ont lhnd to he paid( to the owne!5 ot the property helreby exapropriatedl as dam. ages or coS)pefalitioin for that portion otf said pub;ic rioad whicih has been taken from their respective properties; to wit: To Haphial Monroe Jr. the sun of one dlollar. To HI. N. Sampson the saoi of one dolar. To S. A. Knapp the sum of one dollar. To Thos. J. Watson the sum si one dlollar, SECTION 4. Be it further ordained etc. that the Parish Treasurcier is here by authorized and directed to pay out of continguent fund the sumnis hereby appropriated to the respective owners of said property, as damages for the property hereby expropriated for said purpose. SECTION 5. Be it further ordained etc that this ordinance of exproprida. tion shall become effective from and after its adloption and promulgation. Yeas 9 Noes 0 Attest Adopted April, 1, 19i15 L. E. Robinson Jno. 11. Cooper, Clerk of Police Jury. Pres. Ordinance No 79 AN ORDINANCE expropriating a right of way for a public roadl from n. e. corner irregular section 23 8-3 to Bayou Nezipique section 40,8.3 and appropriating money to pay the damages assessed therefor by road comnmissioners to the several own ers of said property. SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the Jefferson Davis Par ish, Louisiana. that a roadl from n. e. corner irregular section 25.8-3 to Bayou Nezipique as traced and laid out by a commission of freeholders consisting of Oscar Landry Jr. Stanislous Gary, Red Laidauve, Paulin Landyy Sr. Augustin Crochet, Aras Ducet as per their report this day filled with this Police Jury laying out and expropria. ting a right of way for said road, is hereby declared to be a public road and dedicated to said use. SECfION 2. Be it further ordained etc. That the following land is hereby expropriated from its respective own eis for said public road, to-wit: From J. T. Gary the following land; 30 ft of land abbutting on said road, SECTION 3. Be it furthar. ordained etc. that the following sums are here by appropriated out of contiugent fund to be paid to the owners of the proper. ty hereby exproirated as damages or comnpenistaiomn for that portion of said public road which has been taken from respective prolperties, towit: ToJ. T. Gary the sum of one dollar. SECTION 4. Be it further ordained etc; that the Parish Treasurer is here by authorized and directed to pay out of contingent fund the sum hereby ap propriated to the respective owners of said property, as damages for the prop erty hereby expropriated for said pur pose. StECTION 5. Be it further ordained etc. that this ordinance of expropria tion shall become effective from and after its adoption and promulgation. Yeas 9 Noes 0 Adopted April 1, 1915 Attest: L. E. Robinson Jno. H, Cooper Clerk of Police Jnry. Pres. Ordinance No 77 . AN ORDINANCE expropriating a 4 r right of way for a public road o from S. W. corner of N. W. 1.4 sec. y tion 21-10-4 to N. W\. corner section 9 -10.4 and appropriating money to pay the damages assessed therefor d by road commissioners to the sev- fI s eral owners of said property. I SECTION 1. le i t ordaiied by the T o Police Jury of Jefferson Davis P'arish, e Louisiana, that a road from S. WV. cor. s ner of N. W. section 21.10.4 to N. W. ti Scorner section 9-10-4 as traced out by a commission of freeholders consisting .of Felix l1enoit, A. G. Smiitlh, Jules .Fontenot. Fenelon Mallott, Dupre!oii si Mallett, Damonville Mlallott, as per t their report this day liled withi this r, r Police Jury laying out and explopria- a I ting a ligh if (way for' saiiit road, is ' ihereby tdeclared to be a pubtiic roadl anlld I dedicated to said use Ti SECkTION ). H it further ordlu ned, etc. that the fodlowiii I lI iiii js hoerl;y expropriated firom its respective ownil eI's lot0 said pubiic road, to-wit: From A. u. Murry the tollowiag 13 land: a strip or laid 3U ieet widc acrass the east side of N. E. 1.4 ýe tio 14-1i-3. ŽFEiUflUN 3. lie it trit'lr ordamtin that the Iollowiig stills are i iieeby ap; ti propriated out of Colltipent i ands to 11n ie ipalid to the ownieis oi tke oii'oli'ty 1 hereby CXprlpiia'lli as dailia 01' Coai pellkatljii tuor that portioui 01 ,.i I [U) L1i c oatd wiiii Ias beell takeln tioi 'i taeir respecLive p'hrupelt es, tuo-, ii: li t To A. G, Almu ry tlih suti ,r oiia dol Slar. "SECTION 4. Be it further- ordiine'dl .e dic. that t he at! i-li '1Treasurer is hle-re [ by aulhl'ized ailld directed to piy out A of Coniitiineilt unlld Lthe soul hietVoy ap- t prlopriatea to the ii's pective owners of said property, as damages for the prop. di ierty hereby expropriated for said pur' pose. SECT ION 5. Be it furtheri ordaiined etc. that this ornainlce of expit opria- i I tion shall tbecomne eilective troin and Q after its adoption and promulgation. tYeas 9 oi 'Noes 0i Attest hi L. E. Robinson tl Clerk of Police Jury, $ lo Adopted April 1, 1915 ce Jno. H.Cooper sl Pres. lit Ordinance No 78 niii q Iti AN ORDINANCE expropriating a right of way for a puolic road front N. W. corner section 7-8-5 to N. W. F corner section 19.7.5 and appropria or01 ting money to pay the damages k\ assessed thlerefor by road commis. I of sioners to the several corners of said property. SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the at Police Juay of Jefferson Davis Parish, Ti Louisiana, that a road from N. W. cor ner section 7-8-5 to NW cor section 19-7.5 I as traced and laid out by a commission M of free holders consisting of J. W. iBi Huffman, T. P. McNabb, Preadon Pelo- A1 quin, Ira Peloquin, C. J. Phelps, Chas. fo E. Miles as per their report filed this day with this Police Jury laying out th and expropriating a right of way for said road, is hereby declared to be a ho public road dledicated to said use. SECTION 2. Be it further ordained se etc That the following land is hereby Ihe expropriated from its respective own- liv ers for said public road to-wit: From Powell Lumnber Co. the following land: lis 30 ft of west side S. W. 1-4 N. W. 1-4 W. 1.2 S: W. 1-4 Section 19, 7, 5, N. W.. N. is W. N. W. S. W. section 31.7-5, S WV 1-4 Section 19, NW 1-4 section 30-7-5, W 1-2 AF N. W 1-4 section 68-5. From Orange Land Co. the toilowing land; 30 ft off of east side section 24, and off of East side tai in. e. 1-4 section 25-7-6 and west side s. lis w. n. w. section 31-7-5, also sO ft o ff, east si4y section 36 7-6. From Brown Baggett the following land: 30 feet of wi of west side s. w. 1-4 30 7-5, and 30 ft off I of east side s. e. 1-4 25-7-6- From Jones hii & Bottorff the following land: 30 ft off of west side s. w. 1-4 section 6-8-5. ke From J. C. Stout the following land: 33 It of east side s. e. of s. e. 1-4 section th 1-8-6. co SECTION 3, Be it further ordained h11 etc That the following sums are her'e by appropriated out of Contingent funds to be paid to the owners of the PC property hereby expropriated as dam ages or compensation for that portion g of said public road which has been taken from their .respective properties to-wit: Mi To Powell Lumber Co. the sum of one a i dollar. To Or~ange Land Co. the sum of - one dollar. To Brown Baggett the sum of one dollar. To Jones & Bottoff Ft the sum of one dollar. To J. C. Stout M, the sum of one dollar. SECTION 4. Be it further ordained etc. That the Parish Treasurer is here- on by authorized and directed to pay out of contingent fund the sum hereby ap- vil propriated to the respective owners of said property, as damages for the prop le] erty hereby appropriated for said pur pose. SECTION 5. Be it further ordained M1 etc. That this ordinance of expropria J, tion shall become effective from and after its adoption and promulgation. Yeas 9 Adopted April 1, 1915 on Noes 0 Attest Je L. E. Robinson, Jno. H. Cooper, Clerk of Police Jury: Pres to< Ar vil Notice of Administration. si, - ru State of Louisiana, Fifteenth Judicial th District Court, Parish of Jefferson Davis. lar Probate Docket No. 231. ph Succession TENNESSEE P. McNABB, NE Deceased. do Whereas, William C. McNabb has petitioned the Court for letters of ad- mi ministration on the estate of the late Tennessee McNabb, deceased, Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, to show cause withm ten piE days, why the prayer of the said pe. ne titloner should not be granted. Witness the Honorables Winston Overton and Alfred M. Barbe, Judges ho of said Court, this 5th day of May, 1915. I. R. PRICE. at Clerk of Court. Love & Kent, Attorneys. M-7.14.21 t wI Just received a new stock of .racket mt goods atiMarphy's. AND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Of Discouragin 4hahlocGave S.8 htersthag letter «. Behi Bullock ereadc) for four ttC roublesand during . t up for alittle w lk anywhere at z hv. severe -ain handhsdatrat. :f" bie but I was bIa sa gin.After do weany ood. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a botie ofat Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com menced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing all mm work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman'stonlc. It has helped more than a million women, in its 50 years of continous success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what It will do. Ask hin. He will recon. mend I Begin taking Cardul today. Iwr o : OCa*ogra Medaadno Co..ui WDriapt.. Chattanoos. Ten., for I~aarut o~wg swas ad~.pg.boo. -som Tieuamat ~ wni." Nast I amrw. 3* I 6@@ *@@ *******@6********* 1:®OOOOOOOOOOOOOAAOOOOAOOOOi' a ELTON NEWS NOTES, I ad a soC ************************ on Elton, Louisiana, May 18, 1915 to S Mr. Charles Emery, traveling auditor v. for-the Frisco stopped over in the vil lage a few hours between trains last e Thursday. ,.. Mr. J. Ablraham returned from his ,V. trip to New Orleans list Tuesday. a Mr. A. W. Langley, proprietor of the ig Houss Nacket Store, has treated his a store building to a coat of paint. ,r Mr. Amos Richard has just given his tresidance a much needed new coat of paint. IMr. l-lenrv Liner left for 13eaumont, Texas. last Tuesday, he expects to re* main there ini e!nitely if hIe can secure satifiact'r'v em liomilent. Mr. J. T. Hood eblr va of the Rice g 1Belt Journal, was in our village on sbusiness Tuesday. Mr. (G. N. Aylew orth has quar<+n p. tined his hogs on a vacant lot in the o i heart of the village. Mir. L. e haiud of Jeuni Lgs our I pareih 'sses'r, u as in the vllage u i ue1, aI oiln bus)ii ss connected with his oiicr. The W. C, T. U. will have a ten cent sal eh in Barker's hail tunight. - Mr. Chanip (G reen camne in from near t Austin, Texas, last Thursday, saying f the flood( had stopped work on the . drilling of deep wells1 r Mr. ,J. H. Flanagin went to Welsh I dWednesday on business. Mr- Win. llanton came in from De-I d Quincy, Tuesday on a mission of both One afternoon last week your scribe overheard tile conversation of some half dozun ladlies when one observed that the flag over the school house looked like a petticoat, when another observed that that was right. and that she would be glad to make the school a new one if the material could be fur. nished. Dr, Dillman of Hutchinson was in . the village on business Saturday. it A child was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fernist Langley last Tuesday which 1. only lived a few minutes, it was buried s Wednesday in the cemetery just north f of Mr. R. R. Mongers. Mr. O. D. Johnson took Dr. Smith e and another gentlemen to Jennings * Thursday, the Dr. on official business. Mr. R. G. Scott his eldest daughter, M iss Rita and his two sons, LeRue and r Bur Dell, left for Oklahoma, Thursday. }" Mrs. Scott and the other children will ' follow shortly, they expect. to make t their future home there. r Mr. d. K. Thomas has sold all his i hogs and horses and says he wants to l sell the balance of his cattle, about 15 I head, and says he is going out of the i. live stock business. n Mrs. R. L. Carpenter is on the sick I: list, she was quite sick last week, but is somewhat bett er at this writing. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. G. N. 2' Avlesworth last Thursday. ~ Mr. Oscar Richard has opened a · tailoring, cleaning and pressing estab . lishment in the room Just west of the ' Barber Shop on main street where he will be pleased to receive your calls as y well as all the work you may have for s him in his line, 1 Mr. Himlei', who has been the book ' keeper for the People's Bank here for , the past year or so has severed his connection with the bank and gone to I his home in Jennings. The W. C. T. U. will hold a picnic at e Powell's Lake on the 27th inst. Mrs. W. V. Norman was over trom i Basile on business Tnursday, s Mrs. Minnie Eaton and her daughter Miss Elsie, were up from Jennings for e a few hours one day last week. f Mrs.Geo. M. Wolverton spent last Friday in the village, the guest of Mrs. t M. D. Sutherlin. Oscar Daggett was a Jennings visitor one day last week on business. t Mr. H. J. Monroe was a Jennings visitor one day last week on business. f Mr. Geo. M. Wolverton was a Crow. ? ley visitor last Friday; he took Mrs. C. W. Jackson and her two children and 1I Mrs. Paul Oliver with him as far as Jennings. Mr. M. D. Sutherlin was in Jennings on business last Friday. Mr. Otis YPutnam took his wife to - Jennings last Thursday, where she lp took the Southern Pacific train for Los 1 i Angeles, California, where ishe will M visit friends and relatives for the next ca six weeks or two months and she may run on up to San Francisco and view u 1 Il1 the Pacific Panama exposition. a Mr. Charles Gooch was quite sick the Iw last of the week, threatened with Ty. I i phoid fever but is much Imlproved. gi Mr. W. H. Tupper returned from New Orleans Saturday, he had beenli down on business. m s Mr. C. F. Holcomb of the Raymond * mond neighborhood, was a business B visitor last Friday. t Mr: 0. L. Sutherlin of the Holcomb I plantation, was in the village on busl* p4 ness Saturday. 1 Mr. Everett Barker has a fine buggy ni * horse and harness to shll at a bargaIn. 1 A gentleman named Hargrove died tl at Hutchinson last Saturday and was I taken east for burial. He leaves a 1 widow and four small children to tI mourn his loss, We had not heard a word about1R politics until we read the Journal or last week and now rise to nominate Mr. J. F. IFuselier for sheriff to suc ceed himself. Mrs. Zake Barker of (Jennings, came up a week or so ago and visited friends 4nd relatives until Sunday when she went to DeQuincy, where she will visit her daughter for a week or two before going to her home. Don't forget the Evangelistic meet. ings at the M. E. Church to begin to morrow evening, The Friscolran an excursion train last Sunday from DeQuincy to Eunice for the passengers to witness a game of base ball. Miss iClara Hadley has accepted a position with Mr. A. W: Langley. In a former letter we stated that the new village council had taken their re spective offices, but that proved to be a mistake, they wtre just qualified on the 12th,inst, iby Judge Sutherlin. Sunday School Rally at China. Sun. pay May .1l, Miss Juden State Sunday School Superintendent of Elementary Department gave helpful addresses in forenoon and afternoon and spoke at Raymond at night. 11 Free Demonstration Saturday, May 22 A aCup of Delicious Improved Vacuum Coffee With "Sunshine" English Style Cakes, will be served FREE FREE FREE From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Everybody Cordiaily Invited Please Atteud A Treat For Everyone For the l)QIciit- of tlioNe wV!\ aO ui).l(l to attend~ the ()~;fie uail ('u!,("~ qs vtit we wvill serve Royal Purple Grape Juice and Sunshine Cakes from 8 to 10 p, m. We Will Make Some Speciil Prices On That Day---REAL BARGAINS. IlODEL GROCERY P. H. Godreau -:- Phone 14 Will You Take A Summer Trip? ....IF SO,... Travel Oi A. B. A. Uleques. Visitors to the expositions at San Francisco and San D)iego and tourists in other parts of the country can have their travel funds safe and convenient :,y using A. B. A. Cheques. They are accepted like actual money by Hotels, Pullmans, Steamship Lines, Tiicket Offices andl the best merchants. They are safe to carry and there is no red tape in using them; simply countersign a check and pay your lill. We are members of the A. B. A. and can supply you with these cheques when you start on your trip. It is the safest and best way to~cariry your traveling funds. Ask Us About It Cakcasieu Trust and Savings Bank WELSH, LA. E. C. Willard, Mgr. : E. F. Hard castle, Ast. I GChas. S. Miller Attorney -at-Law STATE NATIONAL BANR BUILDING Jennings, Louisiana. JohnJ. Robire Attorney at Law Petersen Bafldlg JENNINOS, LOUISIANA. Any party at Welsh desiring my sew vices may call me up In Jennings by telephone at my expenseS.