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Mrs. Blanche Landry vs Romeatonnler
19th Judicial District Court,.
State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Martin.
A preliminary default having bl re- q
gularly taken in the above entitled and
numbered cause, aud no motion to set I
he same. aside having been wude 1
ithtu the legal delays. this case was t
ccordingly fixed for the contiruastiou
f said default, and on the day fixed.
calltd. taken up, tried aud submitted.
By reason of the law and the evidence I
addueddbeturin being in favor of the
Plaintiff and against the Defeudant,
It is ordered, adjudged and decreed
that there be Judgment in favor of the
Plaintiff Mrs. Blanche Landry. and
against Defendant Ktoeal Sunnier, her
husband, decreeing a dissolution of the
Community of acquete and 'galus here
tofore exiltiug between them and a
s-peratiun of proyperty between the said
Plaintiff and the said Defeudant. and
giving and grautiig to the said Blanche
Landry the full control and mayage
went of her own allaire; costs to be paid
Titu done, read aloud and signed in
oprn tourt at St. Maruinville. La., this
4h day of February A. D. 1916.
Signed JAMISS SiMoN.
Judge of the 19th Judicial District Courl
in and for thd Parish of St. Martin, La.
ReCeived and filed February 4th, 1915.
Signed IGNACE BLENVEKNU,
Chief Deputy ;lerk of Court.
1. Ignaee Bieuveuu. Chief Deputy
Clerk of Court and exa-Othclo Recorder
li and for St. Martin Parish La.. 'do
hereby certify the above and foregolng
to be a trui and correct copy of the ori
ginal Judgment rendered in the matter
of Mrs. Blauche Landry vs utomeal Son
nler. No. 11270 of the Civil Docket of
the 19th Judicial District Court In and
for St. Martin Parish,. La., the origlual
of which is recorded hi the Clerk's and
Recorder's office of St. Martin Pariah, La.
Chief Dy. Clerk of Court.
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'I"OR SALE VERY CHEAP
In A i Condition
l i`JKAL'X BRIDiGE BANK
YARIE'tMIBLANCOtN & ALS
19th Judicial District Court,
State of L uailiana. Pa isLh of St. Martin.
Ijy virtue ul an order of seizure and
sale isdued etLi tue lY9t .JItdicnial DUI
trirc Court. ln ad tii urio Pariah of St.
Martin, btate of ouillana, in the above
entitled and uumbered sult, dated thir
l4i day o; January A. U. 191o.
I have seized ano will pioceed to satl
at Public Auction to ,he last and high
al. bidder ai tie lrun dour ut ue GoUt
.louse, to the lown ut .St. Martin'liUte
Saturday the o20th day of Feb.
tiia folwluag meutluuoned and descritbd
A certain plee or Uparcel ut laud sllt
tu n l the u u HartG of the Parish ut
.,t. Martiu, auu boundeiu Žuouto by Mrs.
Adellue Melancuu, on the East b) 'ub
iic koad. on the sduutl Oy Ju;o l[yve
and on the l'ut tf -Mrs. Adelaine Mleiau
cou. Sald above deemdibed tauu coutalu
lug in area approxiuatdly iweuty two
Seied to satisfited above writ.
'T'erms and cuunditlouls-Cash.
Sheriffs otffice, this 16ith day dt Feb'
WADE O. MARTIN. Sherit.
TI mti- PICAYUNE
) NEW ORLEANS ITLJM
Takt subecription by the weerk,
seleh and year,
judge Breaux Gives $6.ooo to
That it will require fully $22000
for the building of the separate
quarters for tubercular patients
admitted to treatment in Charity
Hiospital was brought out at the
meetiug of the Board of Adminis.
trators of the hospital 'Mouday.
Of this amouut, it was ,said, .412,
000 has been donated, of which
am.ount Judyp Jos. A. Breaux has
given $6.000. The board passed a
resolution thanking Judge Breaux
for the donation. Five thousand
dollars wara anooymoub donation.
-N. U. States.
God Is True To His Word.
It is not God, but man, who is
on trial; man who prays often, not
to thb God of Christ, who dselar
ed that there oan be no peace un
til righteousness is establishbd,
but to Liod of his own making,
to the tribal God whose care is for
ahs qwu people and not for all his
children in all natious. God's
truth has not failed, nor His love.
He has never promised ease and
physical oomfort; Re has never
said that the world was made for
man's pleasure. He has promised
strength, but as the reenti of dis
c)pline, self-deial, asid suffering;
He has promised security, but as
the result of ever-comirig evil with
good; Hie has promised peace,
but only when justice has been
established; He has promised a
redeemed world, but only when
purity and iove have been eunthroun
ed.. Christianity has not failed;
it has not even been tried. Hosts
of o and women have lived by
.6.aJa been victorious over sor
row tad trial, and died iu the
sereuity of a faith which had be.
come a life; but the worhl has ne
ver trIed r.. There is no Chris.
tian civilization. In evrry nation
there are sincere anlI faithful
Christians, but there is no nation
which, in spirit, institutions and
law, conforms to the law of Chris
tiau love. Some nations have gone
farther than others. in Christian
experience and the endeavor to
wake Christianity the controlling
principal of national lifei but no
nation has yet gone beyond the
early stages of this radical recon
Colds Are Often Most Serious
Stop Possible Comnpllcations
The disregaid of a Cold has often
brought many a regret. The fact of
Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should
be warning enough that yudr system
needs immediate attention. Certainly
Loss of Sleep is nmo't serious. It is a
warninlg given by hature. It is wan's
duty to himself to assist by doing his
part. Dr. Kiiag's New Discovery is has
ed on a scientific analysis of ('olts. ic
at your druggist. Buy a bottle to-day
-Those who raise most of their
living at home have s better liv.
ing than those who must buy the
ordinary necessities of life and
there is more of the income left to
buy those things that cans not be
raised on the farm. The first con
cern of the manager should be to
prodeoce food for the family, theo
feed for the stock, and last, but
not least, crops &nd animals for a
cash surplus above the living and
the feed. This is safe mansage.
ment and it is highly recommesn.
ded. for those who have no speial
ties and who are not themselve
specialists. Try this kind of di.
versitication this year. Farm oan
My residence on the Easi
side of Biyou Teche, Bridge
$treet: For terms apply to
P. A. Bienvenu
Our Fathers Lived Well.: "
The farmer of today, laud-poor,
engar-poor or cottov , r, is apt
to consider the wisd o the agri.
cultaral schools as so mach follsy,
pure iad lipmple, and the teach
ingn of suchinstitutions as' theor
etical, quite untried and probabily
unpractical. The mar who comes
to such eopclusions has forgotten
or he never knew the hiseory of
the South _iu ante-bellum days.
Then no planter confined& himself
to one crop. He may have done
so for a money crop, as many com
moditie which he raised in abun
dance, it was impracticable to han
dle for shipment, when. transpor.f
-ation was slow and abcertain.
But he raised enough meat and
lard to supply his family from
year's, end to year'.s end. His
barns overflowed with provender
ter his stock. His bheal was home
nalde, hibr poultry end fruit home
grown. On the plantation there
was the gretteat diversification of
crops sad of industries. The
greater the divetsification, the
ampler the.home life, thi% longer
Diversification is no new pro
jeot. It is an old forgotten lesson,
in process" of being re.liarned,
more or lesse painfully,as 'one is
slow or.quick, stubborn or facile
to see good and follow it.- St.
Sraucisville True Democrat.
Th Liver Lleulates The Body
A Sluggish Liver liets Care
Someone has said that pdople with'
Chrouic.Liver Complaints should be shut
upaway frcm humanity, for they are'
pesslsists aud see through a "glass
darkly."'\ Why? Because mental states
'lepend upon physical states. .Bllious
nses, headaches, )Diztiness id Consti
pation disapDear after asig Dr. King's
New Life Pills. 25c at your druggist.
Patterson To Have Another
Doriug the past several days 4
number of our citizens have got
tsu together in .the interest of or
ganizing a stock company for the'
purpose of er"o ihng and operating
a larges enning facfo'ry near town.
The plant is to be located on the
property of M. Dragna, one of the
progressive and most successful
truck growers in this section 6f
the S(ate -Patterson Tribunal.
$100 KEWARD $100
The readers of this paper will be plea'
sed to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has be~nr
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's t'atarrh Cure is the on
ly positive cure now Known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrih eing a ronsti
tutional disease, requires a cousiitu
tional treatmtLnt. iltIl'.s Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly up
on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, tLhereby destroi ing the founds
ti.x, of the disease, anad giving the pao
tieUt streagtla by buildliug up the con
stitutiou and assisting nature in doing
its work, The proprietors have so mttch
faith in its curative powere that they
offer Onu Hundred Dollars for any ea-e
that it fails to cure.
Winfield consumes acerlc
canned goods every week. Some
of the products come from Arkson
sae but the most-of it comes from
California. Winnfield and Win
parish consumes ten times as
much food a wes prodoce. That's
what makes things look distress
lug to some of these peanut states
men who stand on the corner try
ing to tell some one how to run
the government instead of being
at home, plowing or burning trash
on a new ground. Wr hbv.' the
dirt 'and the people, if they would
only gt.gwork.- Winofield Time
FOR" SALE-A 54 acre farm
2 mile town on Railroad, near
tderrick, on road to New be
nria, sandy land, 'something
real good, for sale at a' bir
gain -.if sbld within this week.
DBEALE t- -
MIOUOH AND DRESS
CYPRESS M -PINE
Sash, Laths, Doors., Bids. Shbagtls, Meo
- PRICES ENTIRELY SATI
Yard Next To Railroad,' - .....-`
SA. G. BR OUSS·
- AGENT FOR TH
RUMELY PRODUCTS CO
SLet mt show you a Rumely Oil Pull
#. Operation on a'Broiussard Standard I
A Gaar Scott Rice Sep'ator, a Gd.ir
"and Gang Plowi.
BREAUX.X DGE,' ':' :
Rail Road Avenue,
SiT.. MARTINVILLE, LOLUI
Do not borrow your neighbors
this year, subscribe for it
cost so little; $1.00 for t~e
Thei .eli Telep Is t he ..,
brethi to t Into you'.Beli Telelhoae
Wake up old b thent
The Bell Telephonere is theno quicker way
Riaves up onre thime or expel.
If you haven't a Bell Telephone,
Calft the Business 6ffice for rates.
TE LEGRAPW (OMP
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