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•!:1:1) RICE [OR SALE.
Fancy Blue Rost- set:d rice free Ir''nl r,'d rice I,)r sale. ( )sild I )urand, R. R. No. 2. St. M1artinville. This is NOi A "Pocket Change War" IT will ake Blillions and Illlions ti finan'e it. 1iur. than $,000,000.jOv has been apprujlpriatld for aeroplanes alone' 11(Ho much of this did you sub scrib.'? IN'VEST IN LIBERTY BONDS Give Uncle Sam the mastery of Ihe air. SUCCESSION SALE. Estate of ()liesine .IJeq uet, Prolbate Nn. 3721 ]ltli Jutdicial iistrict 'ourt. State of Louisianla. Pl' ish of St. Martin, By virtle of an order Hind Ia commisl hioll granited ill the above Estat., by the lion. the 1Ith Judieial IDistrict c;ourt inll andl for thie Parish of St. Martin. State of Louisiana.dated April II. 1918. and to us dllrec:ed. We will offer for sale and will sell or cause to be msl'd by a coumpetent officer. at Public Auction, for cash, to the last and highert hiddelr, between legal sale hours (lli a. Il. and 4 p Ili.) at thie front door of the C(ourt HIlue, Ilt the Town of St. Martinville. St. Maitin parish. La., on Saturday May iS, 1918, the followingludecrited property, helong. 'Iog to the said Estate to-wit: let. That certain tract of land with all of the boildings and improvements thereou and appurtenalttnces thereto be longling situated at the Coteau in the first ward of the Parish of St. Martin. Louisiana. containinmig Thirty eight aUd 14-10I (38.14) arpeuts in siuper ltcal area. and swing tboundedrl North by lauds of J. P. Breaux or assigns, Sotllll by lallds of Mrs. Ulger Bourque. East by property oP Hypolite Jacquet or assigns, am;d West by land of Oscar Jacquet being the same property acquired by Hypolite Jacquet in ail act of Partition wade between himself Oscar .lacqet et ale., on the 20tl day of January 1888 as per I act passed before Wui. B. Eastin, Dy Clerk and Recorded on June 20th, 1888 nlu Couve)yamce Book No. 43 folio 485 1 No. 19274 of the Conveyance Records of I the Clerks anid Recorder's office of the Parish of St. Martin. Louisinmma; and I beiug well described as lot No. Two (2) of the plat of survey anuexed to the sadl act of Partitiomn onl tile in the He crdler's office of this Parish. Which said larger tract of land so partitioned was acqullred by Onesin:e Jacquet, Oscar Jacquet. Jean Baptiste Jacquet. Hvpo lite Jacquet and Edward Jacquet from a C. T. Cade as per act passed before Sid ney Greig. Notary on July 12th, 1884. tihe origimnal of which was recorded on i, August 5th, i584, in ('oUveyanmce Book C No. 40 folio 24ti No. 17852 of the ConIvey. t ance Records of tihe Clerk'. and Recur- t der's office of the Partish of St. Martil. d Louisiana. And together withl the above described tract of land there is a Included an ani appurteianrces thereto , the rights. titles auld Interest of the H said O()esime Jacquet inm a Road fifteen a. feet wide aid fifty four clhallls aimId l ti linuks lluRg, acquiredl Iby the said Jacquet Bros.. from Aglate Petaviu. wife of Ulgar Bourlue o De)scember Iith. 1~884. as per act passmd before Win. H. Eastil,. P C'lerk of Court, amid NotUry, amid Recor ded on Dlecember 16tt. l884, itm Convey. -I ance Book 41 foi : lilo ler NI,. 1.7tt82 W of theC Coovesamce Records of thie Clerk' i and Rec,.rdlr'. oflice of thie Paruth of St. aL Martiu. Loulsianua. to Also 2 mules, I bed. I table, 1 mhi safe. r 1 wagon, I pl.w. Terms and comldilions ('lasth. ()scar Jacqust ielI (asparltrd Joint Admii.istrator. omf tile estate of Otnimuei Jacquet. L. BIENVENU 1 A&LNT FOR TIMES- PICAYUNE NEW ORLEANS ITLM Take subscription by the week. month and year. a 3i WE DELIVELi IPROMI L1 L. 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New Iberia, La New CheIortet Model Nowa onhltpk, Ship-Builders Wanted. --0- America needs 250,000 volunteer workmen to assist in the building of ships - of this number Louisi ana must furnish 7,000 men. All 1 classes of mechanics, artisans and common labor, colored or white, are eligible for this service * Ad dress The Ship-Building Commit tee, 804 Gravier Str., New Orleans. TO THE FARMER. If you have anything to sell pertaining to agriculture. horticulture live-stock. dairying, etc., write the Commiesioner of agriculture, Baton Rouge. La.. and he will use every effort to dispose of auy thing gromwn on the farm in Louisiana. The ('ommwisisner has luargursted a Bureau of Markets and wants to aid you in every way possible. SHERIFF'S SALE. * Julien Severe v8 Terrance Auguillard No. 11642 State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Martin Ith Judicial District Court. By an order of a seizure and sale issued cut of the 19th Judicial l)striet Court, in and for the Parish of St. Mar tiit, State of Louisiana, in the above en titled Sand Iuubered suit, dated this 2 day of March 1918. I hatte seizedl and will proceed to sale at Public Auction to thi last anid high eat bidder at the front door of the Court liouse, between the legal sale hours ( 1 a. im. to 4 p. mi.) in the Townl of St. Mar tinville, on Saturday May i l, 1918, the followinlg uientjoned and described property, to wit: ( .e certain ti act of land with all nu proveents thiereon, uituatel in the lti waid, Parise of St. Martin. State of Lousiana. and containinig Forty-eiKlht and 3 4 arpents,and boundeld as follouas. to-wit: North by lands of Eple T'lhe riot, South by lands of Joseph Theriot. 1 Ea t fby lands of Ce'lestill Rose. and West by lands of Jos. Tl'er i.t. Seized to satisfy above writ. Terl'u aind conditicons -cahb. Stieriff's utlice this 4th dlay of April A. Ii. 191 . p vl IAiDE O. MARTIN. Sheriff. o Attention ! Have you anything for sale, such as Farms, Mules, Horses, Cows, Automobiles, in fact anything, list same with me at once. LAIZ AIRE BIENVENU, Real Estate Agt. NEIGHBORLY. Mrs. Wilson wanted to get Mr6. r Johnson's cook away from her so 5 badly that sho actually went to Mrs. Johnson's house when she was away and offered the cook more money. The next time they met at a big dinner firs. Johnson did not notice her. "Mrs. Johnson, you know Mrs. Wilson, do you not?" said the lady who sat between them. "No, I believe not," said Mrs. Johnson, "but I understand that she calls on my cook."-New York r American. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. I announce my candidacy for Chief of Police of St. Mar rinville for the election to take place May 21, 1918. Terville Bienvenn. FOR (RIIFE OF POLICE. I announce my candidacy for Chief of Police of St. Mar tinville for the election to take place May 21, 1918. I invite careful consideration of my re cord as an officer, a citizen and neighbor. If elected I promise to enforce the laws and perform my duties well and conscienciously. Emile Martin. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. I desire to announce to my friends and the public that I. am a candidate for Chief of Police and solicit your sup port. Claud Thomas. A cord of hard wood has a fuel value equal to two-thirds of a ton of hard coal. J. J. DIURDIN & oRO., 1ANUba.,;TUltERtS UI RED GYiPrESS LUMBER, SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,. AND CARRY A LARGI STOCK OF Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Dementlen OUR PRICES VERY LOW. I ' CALL AND SEE L'S AND SAVE SOME MONEY J I SCHOOL OF OUSINESS." OL NEW ORLEANS. LA. Should be given the bee trailig to pre pare them for success' s business. UR Personal Instruction. tree Employ. ank. Collage Store.and Wholes Offices. No miepresentations to secure stu dents. 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