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atm y H inc Rse. sc:etl rice tree Irn ,i rt d rice fu,r s il'. R. R. No. 2. St. .artin\ ille. This Is NO( A "Pocket Change War" Ir w il , |ak jr llu - a nal i llihonfl t. tinr . t at,.l* thl;1jn f it.;.n bibeen apprr ,in salsl f, r r,, ' ,roplan. - ;hone' ilow mIuch ti tflu- di-l yim sub scrib.e? IN\VI'T IN LIBERTY BONDS Give 'I nle Sam tih, I ,tmery of the air SUC('iESSION SALE. Kltate of l()esime .IJa(cquet, Probate No. 3721 Ilath .i udiial Ilistrict ''ourt. State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Martin, By virtue of an order amid a commis sion granted inl the above Ketate, by the Hon. the 19th Judlicial ilistrict Court in and for the Parish ot St. Martin. State of Louisiaua.dated April II, 1915. and to us directed. We will offer for sale anld will sell or cause to be sold by a competent officer. at Public Auction, for cash, to the last and highmest bidder, between Iegal sale hours (11 a. m. and 4 p. m.) at tile front door of the Court House, in the Town of St. Martinville. St. Martin parish. La., so Saturday May 8, 1918, Ihe following described property, belong '|ug to the said KEtate to-wit: , lIt. That certain tract of land with S3l1 of the buildings and inmprovemelnts thereon atwl appurtenances thereto be longingug. situated at tihe 'uteau in the first ward of tie Parish of St. Martin. Louisiana, containing Thirty eight and 14.100 (38.14) arpeut. in supertilcial area. and being bounded North by laudnl of J. P. Breaux or assigue, Sou:l by lands of Mrs. t'iger Bourque. Mast by property of Hypolite Jacqust or assigus, and West by land of Oscar Jacquet beilng the saue property acquired by Ilypollte Jacquest I au act of Partition wnade between himself Oscar Jacques et als., on the 20th day of January Ih88 as per act passed before Win. B. Kastin. I)y Clerk and Recorded ui .luue 20th, 1888 lu Conlveyamce Book No. 43 folio 4P5 No. 19274 of the Conveyance tRecords of the Clerks and Recorder's office of tihe Parish ul St. Martini. Loutselae; anti belug well described a.s lot No. Two (2) of thle plat of survey anunexed to the said act of Partition onil tile li the Re acrer's office of thi Parish. HAllich said larger tract of land no partitionled was acquired by Oiueswe Jactlmet. Oscar Jacquet. Jeau Biptiste Jacquel, Hvpo Iifo Jacquot and Edward Jacquet from C. T. Cade as pel amct passed before Sid ney Grelg. Notary ol July 12th, 1884. the original ofwwhich was recorded on August 5th, 1184, inl ('Couve)auce Book No. 40 folio 246 No. 1;32 of thie Colnvey anee Records of the Clerk's anti Recor der's oicee of time Parlsa of St. Mlartin, Louisiaua. Atmd togethler with the above described tract of land there is lucluded as an apptrteaiitaces thereto the rights, tl:les and interest of the said Ouneilmr Jacquiet in a Road fifteen feet wide and fifty f.iur clihamms anld I1 liks lohitg. acquireld by time said Jacqlmet Bros.. from Aglate Petavin. wife of Ulgar Hourquie on Daclember Ilthi, 1884. as per act passedl before Wmn. B. Kastin. Clerk of Court, atl Notary, aud Recor did on December Intt. 1584. lu Colvel ance Book 41 folio ; uuntder No. 17II, of the Cuonveyaamce Rerordls of thie Clerk's and Recorder's offlee ,f thie 'Iarleh of St. Martin. Louisiana. Also 2 mules. I lde. I table, I oil1 safe. I wagon. 1 plow. Terms anmd codiltiiiis ('Iash. Oscar Jacquct Felix (;aspardl Joint Admillimntrators or thie estate of Onesime Jacquet. L. BIENVENU AGENT FOR TIMES- PICAYUNE NEW ORLEANS ITiM Take subscription by the week. month and year. WE DELIVERL PROM It. 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' - " or Diaplay Ship-Builders Wanted. --0- America needs 250,000 volunteer workmen to assist in the building of ships - of this number Louisi ania must furnish 7,000 men. All classes of mechanics, artisans and common labor, colored or white, are eligible for this service Ad dress The Ship-Building Commit tee, 804 (iravier Str., New Orleans. TO THE FARMER. If you have ahythiung to sell pertaiuing to agriculture, horticulture live-stock. dairying, etc., write the Commissioner of agriculture, Baton Rouge. La.. aud he will use every effort, to dispose of any thilng grown on tre' farm in Louisiana. 'Tle Commissioner has inargurated a Bureau of Markets and wants to aid you in every way possible. SHERIFF'S SALE. Juileu Severe Terrance Augnillard No. 11612 state of Luuistana, Parish of St. MartaI 1i'th Judicial Dastrict Court. By an order of a stizure anti sale t sued out of the lutl J udicial DUstrict Court. in and for the Parashl of St. Mal tin, State of Loulasaua, iu the above en titled and numbered suit, ;dated Ihis 2b day of lMatch 1918. I hate nzed ansd will proceed to sale at Public Auction ut the last and high I ret bidder at the frout dour of the Court House, between the legal sale hours (11 a. m. to p. mi.) in the Town of St. Mar tluallle, on Saturday May i 1, 1918, the following mentioned and described property, to wit: :.e certain i act of land with all im provemeuts thereon, situated in the 4th waid, Parish of St. Martin. State of Louisiana, and containing Forty-eight and 3 4 arpute, anutl bounded as follows. to-wit: Nurth by lauds of Epley The riot, South by lauds of Joseph Theriot. East ,by lands of Celesttu Rose. and West by lands of Joe. Tlheriot. Seized to satisfy above writ. Terms antd conditionas -cash. Sheriff's office this 4th day of April A. D. 1918. H ADSi 0. MARTIN. Sheriff. Attention I Have you anything for sale, such as Farms, Mules, Horses, Cows, Automobiles, in fact anything, list same with me at once. LAIZAIRE BIENVENU, Real Estate Agt. Guin Appointed to U. S. S nate From Louisiana. Baton Rouge, La., April 22nd. Walter Guin of Napoleonville, for. merly attorney general of Louisi ana and until recently United States district attorney for the southern district of Louisiana, was appointed Monday by Governor Pleasant as United States senator to succeed the late Senator R. F. Broussard until the senator to be elected next November for the un expired portion of the late sena tor's term takes his seat. FOR CHIEF OFPOLIC E. I announce my candidacy for Chief of Police of St. Mar rinville for the election to take place May 21, 1918. Terville Bienvenn. FOR (IIIFE OF POLICE. 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