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AMERICAN RED CROSS HOME
FOR NURSES NEAR LONDON . i ." .. "- .t' " d.. . r... :. .::.. . ..-. . Here a quiet home is provided by the Ited Cross for nurses who are recovering from the effects of months of arduous work on the battleftlelds II of France. Overstrained nerves are given a chance to relax in the peaceful sunny old house and garden. See that these angels of mercy are given every eamfort and consideration possible by answering the Christmas roll call n HOTEL SOUTHLAND 9 ui 4i 348 Carondelet Street Corner Perdido a NEW ORLEANS - = _ - ." Comfortable, Clean, Convenient Popular Prices H. A. MICHAEL, Proprietor Sto Bienvenu Opera House Saturday Dec. 21 pt HAROLD LOCKWOOD In -. "Lend lie Your Name" at A Five Aets Picture Sunday Dec. 22 NORMA TALMAGE In - ` S 'Secret of the Storm Counting" - - Monday Dec. 23. SPECIAL. Bert Lytell in TRIAL OF YESTERDAY. - Tuesday Dec. 24. HEDDA NARA in - i THE CHINOING WOr1AN. ba Christmas Night, Wednesday Dec. 25 - THE DOLLY SISTERS in --6 -4 " The Million Dollar Dollars" 9-9 Five Acts of Surpassingz Beauty and Romance. wr otO "FARM LOANS" il oth I have formed a connection with the Banker's Loan and Securities Company of New Orleans, La., and i can place long terms loans on improved and pro ductive farms. Amount unlimited. No advance bi charges. Prompt service guaranteed. SR. A. JACOB, folk Office Hotel Frederic Building New Iberia, La. * Oimef-Picayune, States and Item, and will ni be glad to take your subscription for any of " them. - L. Bienvenu, St. Martinville, La. V Hold up your heads, girls! The ugliest of you may have the beau. ) N ty of health and purity and inno cence. The plainest may make herself so beloved that the hearts of those who know her will long If, Iicr presence, anid to theni she, s'll sce11 the \very qleell of bPilu ty. If your lips are too thick and lc'k ng in curves, teach them to Ster wrtet words of sympathy iand niobll words of inspiration. If yn',r hands are too large, lot them ever lbe ready andl HeIlpful. the glad alh!:ers of a generous heart. It will shliine tlru anti be apparent to the Ilullest eye, and while nmaking the mind and heart beautiful, do not, forget the body. Keep it clan, wholesome anditi pure, and you will be a delight to yourself av:d those about you. No matter how bright the eyes piay ie, if they reflect unkind, unlovely thoughts they are not beautiful. re No lmatter how soft and white the da hands may be, if they cannot work I they are useless member, com IL manding no respect.- Ex. -An exchange has discovered that a poor girl has to be awfully good looking to be pretty,and a rich Igirl must be awfully homely to be ugly. It might have added that a poor man has to be awfully smart to be intelligent, and a rich man almost a blockhead to be ignorant. WHAT BOYS SAY ABOUT RED CROSS Since the soldiers everseas have c been informed by their officers that I the American Red Cross will play San- S ta Claus this Christmas for all the boys in khaki who have no relatives tl In the United States, Red Cross Head- t4 quarters at Washington has been re- tl ceiving hundreds of appeals. Inci p dentally the men at the tront have S taken this time to express their ap- C predation for the work done by the of Red Cross "Over Thera" Following are a few excerpts taken ti C at random from letters inclosing tt Christmas Package Coupons: H "Dear Mr.. Miss or Mrs. Red Croas.-, would appreciate it tremendously ift you p would send me a Xmas package. I have be p no relatives, and a little something from the good old U. 8. A. would be appreci ated beyond words. The Red Cross has done so much for us ever here, and you in p don't know just how we appreciate it p beyond everything else." El r An Italian thus addresses his Christ- to mas appeal: Ni 1 "To Whom It May Coacern..- am In ill service in France and, havrln no people ot in the United States, would like to re ceive a little package from the Red Cross ly oa Xmas. I am is No Man's Land is a le p big woods, and it is raining." º "I have been lnformed the Red Creos º will send Xmas packages to any soldier mi who sends them his Xmas package cou pon. I have received so much tobacco pit and other things from the Red Cross in A. my fourteen months ina France I scarcely Al like to write again. I am in the hospital recovering from wounds, and the Red 44 Cross furnishes us with daily paprsn, tl writing material, tobacco, fruits and rec reation." til "I have no one else to send my Xmas cis coupon to. so am sendlng it to yOu, as per notice on our bulletin board. If you send a package I would appreclate It if you would Inclose a bill for same. for I would gladly pay It I don't want to im pose on you. The Red Cres is the best friend we have." One Red Cross nurse writes: "Am Inclosing the coupon, but please 6 be sure all the boys at the front get their packages first, then if one is left I will appreciate It, as I suspect all the k others will have something from home which will make me a little lonesome th Words cannot express our appreclation for the Red Cross," ll "The Red Cross is a great help and blessing to the soldiers tay and every where. I 'We of the A. E. F. are constantly being shown evidences of the wonderful work the Red Cross is dolaS and arem ex tremely thankful." "Dear Red Crese Workers.-After we left dear old America we thought we were traveling away from your kindpess. but we did not. We cannot praise you too hlghly for your work. I have no folks at home to send me a Christmas package " "'Words cannot express the obligation we are under for the work you are doingr to help us along." "I know they would greatly appreciate any little remembrance. I wish to most sincerely thank the Red Cross for all the tkinlnesses and beneflrs they have be stowed upon our boys." HUNTIING NOTICE. Htunting aindI trespassing on our plantations in thle 3rd ward is pos-. LA itively prohibited llundler penalty (,f yoI theil Iaw. C. Caprito & Sins. yo We do all kinds of Printing Bit FRANK b. FOTI WVishes to announce ** to the public that he has now on disp,lay. i a fine line of Fine Jewelry ' Ssuitable for presents, And invites all to .ome to his store, feeling conli dent they will find what they want. V, Watches, Cameo Rings, Lavallieres, ) p Bracelets, a large varieties of novelties. t Spectacles to suit All G Agent for the Famous Kranch & Back Player Pianos. Come and hear L them. : . I WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING PARTITION SALE. InI the matter of Philogene Berard Mrs. Alexandre Leandre's heirs and alk. No. 11673 19th Judicial District Court. St. Martin Parish. La. re Of the Civil Docket of the 19th Judicial It Dictrict Court. In and for the Parish of 0- St. Marti,n. Louislana. ie ~y \;,;:,. .· ' .,;:sIurnci t rendered in a the above entitlol and numbered mat $. ter, on thi 14th dlay of Oct. 1918. by P the Honorable tie Nineteeuth Judicial 1- District Court int and for the Parish of 'e St. Martin. State of Louisiana, and a Commission to me directed to the termsn · of said Judgment. I will proceed to sell at public auc n tion. to the last and highest bidder, at g the principal front door of the Court House at St. Martinville, Louis~iana. on u Saturday Jan. 4, 1919, e between the legal sale hours, the follow ing described property, to-wit: l That certain tract of land situated u in the 3rd Ward St. Martin Parish. l.a., East of Teclie, colntaining in all Nine- I Steu 91-100 superficial arpeits, l'oi,rled North by lands of or formerlly belong- c J iug tojSotheirle Savoy, Smith by Ihmd a of Victor MIhraist, East by land former ly belonginlg to Klnzol .a:niroise. (Bar ley Greii j. now to,-- --.- . r , It being lot No. I of a plant of Slurvy made by S. V. M,Srtini, sTrv.vor. whichi plat is annexaed to act of s.tle by Euz l,.i i A. Ambrolse, (alia~ BHrle) Green) to Alexmandr lenndre, liec. lHoo.k 4:i. fol. a 441, No. 1.92'32 on Inec. 19th, 18li7, for f, the purpose of affectinga , partition thereof between Idaintiff[l and dlefen dants therein. T'ermlll and condition-ralh. Sheriff's otlier, this 2lthl day of Nov. A. I). 191. H 1,1K 0. -MAltIN, S rhlriIT St. 11ai ti,i Parish. 666 cures Malaria, ;Chills and Fever, or Bilious Fever, by kiiling the parasite causing the fever. Fine Strenghthen ing tonic. Chalmette Laundry We are now' sending our ~A LAUN'uRY to New Orleans, if you want good work bringi your Laundry to us, Laizaire in Bienvenu. yo INembership Drive Dec. 15-23. You have shown your patriotism in all the previous drive. Do not slack now. Back the boys to the last, join the working force. Red Cross Xmas Roll Call Membership at Drive Dec. 15-23rd. - J. H. Du ~f champ, Campaign Manager. S NOTICE. The Asseolemet Roll of the Town is 'y now completed and I am ready to rollect I the Taxes of 1918. 'Taxes will be delin quent after Dec. 31. 191Jp, and interesi at a the rate of 1U per vcet per annuml will IIb charged from January I, I918, until paid. 1lduey K. Ietlaioussayp. t Nov. 2. 1918. St. Martinville. La. n TOWN COUNCIL. Regular nmonthly lueeting of the Mla yor and Town Council holl at the aown Hall at St. Martinville,. La.. this 5th day of November A. 1).. 1918. lh,.n. Albert Bieuveuu Mayor presid Slug and the following uslbeorna pre I eit: Messs. I. J. Guirardl. J. II. Du - champ, L. C. auithier, F. F. Fournet s and W. J. Bielnvenu. Absent: None. The uilnutei of thli last meetiing were read lanLd approved. O(In muotioni of Mr. J. II. Iflchamp so. celidel by Mr. F. F. Fouriet anil ununi - imoutly .carrTid, the sclhedtule oif ihe probable expenses for the year 1919 Ie and the same isl lilrreby eitabillit.ed as follows. viz: REVhENU'KS: Water and Light..............Q. 5o.i n I.ictlli..-s..................li.0() O0 Market itovenuoell .............. :53oi iiI axi e ............... ......... 40000i( i fIa e ol' f i, la i................. . 1ti4. Market Ki-iji..,.............. 3fci4 .wavl',i a'rt...... ..... ........ .) I) (oillr iaf i'n i ...............l.. 1(.01i Sir-cutary aid TI'rua ir-rs ...... uNjio Sarlkei KEli.g er ............. .1i11s) Assriitait Enitaagani .......... Totto HleiWti Mart .................. 6il0. (hll ofII llltll ................. 110I0 hih ef s lllir r . ....... ... ... I 1500ill As isJalnl I;ii lli-r .......... 1" 2.1 $1f i liHola ....................... 22201.ii . llonls .......... .............. . 2'.2).1. 4 Fuel......................... I;01.00 liitrelt ln iotes .. ............... 8 00 Lubricat ilg oil ............... iL . Iracldeiltals................... s1 810O541.s.t 'lI'There eing no further hu-t iiess upon Wiltion o(if Mlr. J. II. Iluchamlinp -,ecotilled hv Mr. W. J. Illulivenlt the uieitlig ad journld. Al.HRH'r hIIIENvENs. .Mayor. SiiNE:Y E. lEI.EAHfl'S.AYT, Secretary Why be urged to buy War Sav ings Stamps? You don't give you receive.