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i In Positions 44 4; Last Month t\IC t , tin . . ,,ietf C(: uri,( . three I "'\ iit l, nI . ,unIlete •us 1,/ . pi.o e ;141(nti in *.odu1 p sitions. +i $91.00 a Month $j A ivera2e Salary i ý >', 11<1 I 1 si i ,.,uttil tr r cataly . ` S " r.I' º1 \ 1" \\. I10lt).1Al S. Pircsident / I \ I\ R( II ( h SI 7KVS COLLEGE ,1111 ',, ill i fte , tiu d ý ssio lboth (lay andnight THE BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE ti • With large resources makes loans i' to its customers at eight per cent interest. - - - - - -.. - Pays 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits As Sand 4 per cent on Time Deposits. - - -- - SHas the facilities to accommodate its customers. Your business isis solicited. * \\ I .\ I. K I .\lb Fl ) It 1 R t' t "l "TI :\ " J O)I (O 1. I I\ Il'\ , \VIII.\I,\.\ t YR ()t" Nx " l) IT. () 1 I't I('I - .\l RI l HTI;lt I. I *l+ 1 .. . l s i, 1' I, . ...:+," "., , , Write Them Loving Letters 'IThg a Al'.' III t~litir. of "1l71o" . iii'l itv every trtnt .'it y. ill thi t\l- .Il) hIwt.ttst deplthiis ,if I thlndlitiltn. fi\\ h a ll ti lt -i h Ia itt 1tti, ut] a c'llrt i l I I l uslll i'r fi lly ,r vltle, j i tilhr St, r alftti,,nao,. \ man!i 1ao1 wi..h els of Athters. Just takingt thºih, firtst ls ,,n in \iu. oh., , ut he lbrt(hght latlk t o purity l,. i. \\ L, tnsq fr nt mI, th rs.. iste. rs. i r. - .wey.tal.arts. (ln itil ir a lrtt ii a ,'co, is-'r thi, rti gr hl y vit ,iits, tell ,e t htlght ,t f al ur1te, wftolman' I.h, It\\ill (l lmhII 1a ra,.l train t iu l'ri m, t ill t luity. Ift tlhat ,v"\ t row.. ( 'thrlss ,,f hi i,,.,If. T'link of tltiI.. un who hava..,,,i t ,he l .l'r te l" Io. r. ' aw%'y Illlllll ,1n\r them it ratl,'ti (itily: nld _,rive ti lin! fr0 lit it m isisives frm11 h" ,'. frei hlltid with If ave aitill 'eelii ilii nillt 1 by t lo li e sl l litplrat lr. l tiEx. I , h ut t, i h r ,w a w a y s 'llile, le z , ito l , In altli . st. f rhtrn o et lta n tu l ast anlil t'p ier: Thiey, will tt i, l 'ali ln iIt haidy toI remove discolathatitis fronei lit-e finiers,. SUCCESSIION SAIJE. Estat,- of Maria RIobetrt wife of J Alebiade IlminigulilI, No. 3;h3 1lth Judicial District Court. tatte fi Louisiana, Parish of St. Ma.rti.i Iy virtue of an order ii a Clllllli 4ion gralnted in tihe aiive Kltate,. Iby the Ilon. the l ith Judicial Itistrict (oirt ill and for tlhe Parish of St. Martin. Stitat, I of Louislana, lated aI .v. 27 t91. and toi ius directed. I will lefer for sale and will sall or 'lse tlo be lsohi by a tcoIIPteint otlicer, at I'Public Auctioln. lor eaihl, to thlle lIast I Iansl highett bidder, Iietwetn legal al, i horers (It a. i. andtl i I. in.) iat the lat resi,lence of the said lMarii auberts, il = the followiiig describled property, eleing lng to thle cobmy auity of atcliets andlit gailns which Ihertofore existed between Maria Roberts and JI. Alcibiade Domil gute. 1n. °That cortain town hit situated ill the '.lorpratiln if tBreaulix i ridge il'easuringll in IIsupeI tial area ()ltl Hull dled and Foalrty faet front oni MHartin itreet by a depth oif Onit Hunttldrd flee with iiprovlue titl itel itni and appu l l - I telances thereto bllllili. l u i ll b lldei North by Nuainl Patill. tSotih by Maittlill ltreet. East by Sitdllerv IlllilliAngue. "lre by O)'liolnhos. 2ndi . tr ll. lot If llmi ,h)Itie hi ti rll itulls alld Kitctheli utli. ls. I It . Al IHlrt .ra i 11, \ ,11 ati. t S. aitt ll'trll tI ri lath ,ludieial Riatriit fonti ; No. iI Ilt;ti i i u St. M lairtil I'al 'tt, I lll'laull Eva nsi Illldr .tz lrt ii I ll lii i (.aI11i h l il' tlo iiy l 'lotion of plaBntiffis ttorn.y ; d fault fter It gal ,Lt,itlion and dIlaiy, wal Igle llarly enteredl il IIi this cast, agalilnt tfeiailnt, a':d ill iotiln hat l - I, ,*Pt I he*, 'l illne a bill Ilii io illll I011 llml nlIi ill pla t iilicff l Hitt e iI Illllr illr - i ll .f iid j ui i+ t tl fatl , tilt f1a'io o ail.tl itfleh ua tli l;L ilia ultlli e feid .ll. in ln g It I-I ther flrir rd,,r,,,I. I,istjti,vd mini aril1 lt ,ills tw r* f If betwrql ten lil* tilhl plal~ililll th!, fl+ dimitllll. t I lta ls l" h 1%11 .lia a liri c 4 ft i lillr o h . * ld.e IIh .ll ii lP . 0 1 1 1rint El, \We do all kinds of Pintingd i_ SJ. J. BURDIN & >1 RS., IlyI MANUFACTCULEi.t 01 RED CYPRESS LUMBER, SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS, ANDI CARRY A IARK S'Ft(K'K oFk Long Leal Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Demention OUR PRICES VERY LOW. , L ,@ ('.\l, .\.Nl, ~ E IS A¾ND SA\K SOMK lONY I . Y IIf 1I "THE SOUTH CREATEST O LE CO E E SCHOOL OF BUSINESS." NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be glven the best. tralnlng to pre 1 pare them for success a busOness. Personal Instruction. free Umploy ment Department. Complete College Bank. College Store and Wholesalet IPI Offices. No misrepresentations to secure astu I dents. Through the success of its t 22000 former students. Soule Collese 1 \Is recognizsed everywhere as a Wide Awake. Practical, Popular and unc o . sor0UL a sons. Ills M.ANV MEN N THINK THIIEY HAVE INSUR SANCE VIIHEN THEY MERELY IHAVE A lh FIRE In makes :ev':ry man, think: "W\Vhat company carries my risk?" Illhe answer may determihe the .. lIt- property owner's whole future. A clean record . I through omne hundred and four years backs the state- . it rment that a IHART'I'ORI) FIRE INSURANCE POLICY mneapms a prompt, cheerful payment of an or honest obligation :: : " TELElPHONE IP. A. BIENVENU, AGENT, Agency Established in 1903. Mobilizing a Nation's Fighting Strength Great military cities have sprung up all over the land; and linking these training camps, avia tion fields, coast defenses, naval stations and even most remote points where our forces are gather i.g, is the Universal Bell Telephone system--linko ing each with the other and all with the depart. 1 ments at Washington. Upon the declaration of war the Bell system was placed unreservedly at the disposal of the government, whose already enormous demands for telephone service are continually increasing. Likewise, unprecedented are the service require ments of private business, which necegtonssarily must be subordinated in times of emergency. wo far as the local service is concerned we are not tnly unable to increase our revenue by ac cepting a volume of new business, but we are in the awkward position of seeing our service ruffer and our present patrons inconvenienced. The delays and inconveniences due to the conges tion are more embarrassing to us than to the public. Any sacrifice we may make is accepted cheer fully and if our difficulties are reflected in your telephone service, we ask that you bear this in mind. The patriotic American public can co-operate most effectively with the government by discour aging unnecessary use of the telephone. CUMBERLAND .TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Do not borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe for it yourselt, it cost so little, $1.00 for the whole year.