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/ Osw.ld I)uiraid, R. R. No 2. St. Martinville. This Is NOI A "Pocket Change War" It will take Billion, and Blillions to finance it. More than $600,000, (l has btien appropriated for aeroplan.es alone' How much of this diel ypu sub scribe? INVEST IN LIBERTY BONDS Give Uncle Sam the mastery tof the air. SUCCESSION SALE. E late of O(uinstll .IlHquel. Probates No. 3721 19th Judlicial Di)strict I ourt. State of oiiusiaiaa, Parish of St. Martin,. By virtue of an order and a comumia siol graiated itn the abovern Kstate, by the tHo. the 19th Judicial 'iastrict Court ill alnd for the Parish of St. Martin. State of L.uisliaua.dated April 1i. 191. andl to Ius directeil. 'We will offer for sale and will sell or cause to be sold by a competent officer. at Public Auction,. for cash, to the last andl highelit idder, between legal sale houbsa (11 a. is. and 4 p m.) at the front door of lite 'Court liii-e, in the Townl of St. Mti t. %.alillit parish. La., on Saturday May 1S. 1918, the folluwing learse Iied prolerty, hdilog Ia lI to the said Estate to-wit: Int. l'hat ceuraini tract of lanai with all of the buildings and, luiprvemtents thereo an al appurteilanlce thereto be longing. situlated at tlie oteall III Ilhe first ward of lthe Pallah uf St. llartin. P Louisiana, coslltlilling I hlrty eight and 14110K (3t5.14, pr'pots ti supeticlal asa. andl cing boisnellllael Niºrtlh by IntIIIa I ,J. P. Breaull or assigun, Sous I by lau .I of Mrsa. Ulger Bourque. hart by phopiirt) of ilypoVut Jacquet or assigus. and West by land of Oscar Jacquet bariig the same property acquired by Ilypollte Jacquet lI anl act of Partition Made between hiusseif ei)car' Jacqa.t t ale.. on till 'th lay ol January 1S80 as pea act passed before w. B. Eastiu, Uy Clerk and rit-corded ou June 20th, lbti in Conlve)yace Book No. 43 folio 456 No. 19274 oi the Conveyauce Iecords of the Cile ksl an luecorders allice (of the Parih oft St. Marit. Louisaisala; anll being well described as luo No. two (2) of the plat of bul vy annurexed to the said act of Paititlou on file nlu the e chirder's utlice of this Parish. H lich said larger tract of laud so partititound was acquised by UOnessle Jacquct acasr Jacquet. Jean Baptiste Jacquet, Ivypo SItn Jacquet and Edward Jacquet lhor C m.I. Cade as perl act pased before Siti vey (heig. Notary on iJuly 12Lh, Ir4. the lorlllial ul which Was rcisldrd on AUgust ti, l. I. luin 'uolve)lyace Book No. 40 folio 24ti No. 17;, of tile t'Colvey asc+ Keculds of the Clerk's, andl itcur der's otlhce of the Paiall;i ,of St. Martin. Loslilan. And togetlher with the above decriberd tiact of lanu there Is Iucludled a an appurtrLances thesrto the rightsl. ltles antl interest of the sail l)nranliwe Jacquet If a Road ifteairt let wide anstl fifty four chaLits anti hh link laug. acquilred by the saidt Jacquet BCro.. from Aglate Petavau. wife of Ulgar Bourque on Deceulber I1tith, 1S. as per act paesed before WI. B. EaiLu.I Clerk of Court, and uNotary, and irecir ded on December 16thl, l1S, iI Conuvey ance Book 41 follo 38 inldrr No. 179t" , of the Conveyance Recurds of the Clerk's and Rscords' a ohflic f s the Parish of St. ldrtilli. LaslliantiH. A s 2 isalesa. I td. I table, I ohl! ltsafe. I Wagtsl, I pljw. Terul aMld coialilslous ('as.h. )'Lear Jacqutet Ftlix (;aspanrd Jalnt Atlduinistratoras f the estate of Oineime Jacqu.,t. L. BIENVENU I AGCstNT FOR TIMES- PICAYUNE NEW ORLEANS ITtM Take subscription t¢ the week month anv yar. a 1~3 HE DELIVLi, i'KMI'LY. =r Try ULs ()n Job rintintL. Valve-in-head Aveve,2SMil. Motor r'* Giaodine The Lowest Priced Electrically Equipped Aulmobile in the rld THE in the Chevrolet explodes its VALVE-IN-HEAD gsoline in the piston cham er-and explodes it com MOTOR pletely. It develops all the gas power in the fuel as there are no pockets to hold burned gases that' weaken the mixture. In this motor, the explosion occurs right over the piston head-and all the power drives straight against the piston. None is lost in turning a corner from a separate explosion chamber. The Valve-in-head motor is used by the Govern ment on airplanes and wherever unusual power and reliability are demanded. For getting about over the farm, running in to town or over to a neighbor's, and for the pleasure of all the family the light, strong-built Chevrolet with this extra powerful, reliable and economical engine, is the car of all cars. Chevrolet Motor Co. of St. Louis Distributor James D.CGthby, New Orleans, La. Local Dealer Lejeune Garage, New Iberia, La New ChAao.we Model Now on Diplay Ship-Bnilders Wanted. --o- h America needs 250,000 volunteer workmen to assist in the building of shilps - of this number Louisi ana must furnish 7,000 men. All i classes of mechanics, artisans and common labor, colored or white. are eligible for this service Ad dress 'he Ship-Building Commit i tee, SU4 Giravier Str., New Orleans. e TO0 THE FARMER. If )uU i, )llUc tu aell t .c r I r lI lll g I Luo agaCUitula. curulcUlc.-lr iIVr r.Loi. LU galcll. tic.e, huiLe ICUa Ia wi lii -ti.c. of agl tcitlluir, Batuu iougce. Lu.. awlld ili Will Ue vtrl'y ifflu tl Lo dlpui ul ali) t LiClig grou uuil Llai Iii Ltusluana. r 'he LCulloldshue"r has IltalgullltLtLd a' I Burteau of larkrLe and Ha u to ai )Ou iII eUery way posalble. SHERIFF'S SALE. I1 Julie-u Suvere 11 Va r Terrcace Augullard No. 116it12 i State of Loutsiaua, Parish of St. Martin 1iLh Juduclial LiatricL Cou Lt. By au order of a .izelaul and wala I i.aued .IiaL of Lita liUti J Iurial lIstrict L SCo Iurt. III atu il t ho i , 1'. i iii. ai NL.. iMa -" -ii, bli LU of LOuidialtI.t, Ill tile abot.b eii- , Llati and uusherl usi deUld t this 21 Sday of Malch djlb. 1 Ilt* h taeizl td and will pliomered Lo sale, at Public Auctl iI to L ti" lasIcL alld hligl rI btiildei at t lle I hi t L iclt of Lie ( our t house, btLWeeu Li legai l .-at, toiuliu liI ic. WU. ii4 p. U.) lU Lle I'oWi U 3L. ll-a Saturday May t , 1918, Lill- lullooi Millo g Il tl.,ll . d Iand d-aCl lb.l uopia L, Le. IL it: 0 a ceil tallia al Lt t land W itll all iu pUoVrWeIlts l llgron, sI'uaLe a It Lhe 4Ill WLUiad, I~. I .. ,ii 6ttc. AlUd li. Ialate of LU-Wit: .1l i by Intlli ol 1ipiry Ilie liot, South b)c ,auial of J..pul lthearlot. ;ast .1) lar) Itis ii l t rl< till |Rose. and 1\\ est by lacuuci ut Jiii. Ith-rliit. eiized Lito a isfy alliVu Writ. T'l " , 1e d a t'out condi tien ca y fi. .hirie tls . olier t-i- ti I day c f i Auril 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. White Boys Left. Friday of last ,wee k four white boysleft for CIamp Pike, they are: .Moise Hebert Edwin Rolwrt Theogene Hour olue Cliffton P. Thibodeaux Wednesday five more boys left for Camp Pike. they are: Amo. Haynes. Jr Alcide larras Dav.d W. (ioodfellow S. A Martin J seph 1'. Nereaux FOR CHIEF OFPJLIC 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 CIIIFE OF POLICE. I announce my candidacy for Chiel of Police of St. Mar tinville for the election to take place May 21, 1918. 1 invite careful consideration of my re cord as an officer, a citizen and neilghbor. If elected 1 promise to enforce the laws and perform my duties well and conscienciously. iEmnile Martin. FOR CHIIEF OF PuLICE. I desire to announce to mi triends and the public that I am a candidate for C(hict of P'olice and solicit your sup port. Claud I homias Every time a girl "ýnnuti'e. I. engagement all the. other girls, ,:iy. "l'our fellow!" J. J. LuRDIN & LRO,0. MANU,..IUiHKtL OUN . RED GYPRESS LUMBER,. ShINGLES, CIS'ERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICK(,W" AND CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Domentlo OUR PRICES VERY LOW. Ori CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOME MONEY ."l E SOUTH'S CREATESTE COLE E. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS." So r cL G NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be given the bee training to pee pare them for sccess a buasiness. Personal Instruction tree amployr ment Department. Complete Colige Baan. College Store and Wholesak o misrepresentatons to secure stu dents. Through the success of its 22000 former students. Soule College is recognised everywhere as a Wide ceasful School. 0e0. SOULsa & sos. . MANY MEN THINK IlIiEY ItAVE INSUR- T SANCE \VIIEN THEY MERELY HAVE A i'( I.ItY..\A'. i" FIRE Lilakes e:r a think: ".WVhat comlpany d ill carries my risk ?" 'h1c answer may determine the property owner's whole fiture. A clean record through one hundred and lour years backs the state ment that a IIARTFO()I,, FIRE INSURANCE POLICY means a prompt. cheerful payment of an honest obligation I'. A. IiIENVENU, AGENT, . Agency Established In 1903. The Nation's Needs Come First " Any patriotic American would glady stand aside and give his place-anywhere-to an officer on government duty. The placing of the Bell telephone system at the disnosal of the government, as was done when war broke out, involved the same patriotic obliga tion. During the months of military preparedness, the War and Navy Departments had the service of the most comprehensive and efficient telephone system in the world. And it must be kept so. In the face of the unprecedented demand from pri vate sources, every government need must and will be met. The government comes first, but we are do ing everything that science can suggest and that money can accomplish to maintain our general service at the usual standard of efficiency. A loyal organization is working continuously to meet ,the increased demands and your patient co-opera- g tion will prote helpful and inspiring. Telephone users can help by avoiding useless conversation and by encouraging their employes and associates to use the telephone only when necessary during the busy hours of the day, and to make their conversations brief. With this patriotic attitude of the public to. ward us we can serve the government first and render a service that will meet the requirements of the commercial and social world. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated H. GALLOIS. 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