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In Positions il i Last Month Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Civil Service. Average time to complete courses, three and one-half months. We give our students a complete busi ness education. We place our students in good positions. $ 91.00 a Month i A 21verage Salary Send for our beautiful free catalog. Address DAVID W. THOMAS, President BATON ROUGE BUSINESS COLLEGE BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA il Baton Rouge Business College opened Nov. i6th., ~j - *and will have continued session both day and night ·~~· * * * PEACE MAKES * * GREATER NEED * * * * Peace will not end the need t * of Red Cross relief work. On * * the contrary, the proclalming of * * peace opens new fields ef serv- * * Ice for the Red Cross, and now, * * more than ever, the American t * people will be called upon to t * obey their generous impolaes to * * bd up the world's wounds. * * Membership In the Red Cress * * affords the noblest eutlet for t * such impulses. Every American t * should answer "Here" to the * * Red Cross Christmas Roll Call. * * * ******+++*********** SHERIFF'S SALE. Alida Broussard widow A. E. Poche Clara Roy & ale No. 11706 19th Judicial District Court. State of Louielaua. Parish of St. Martin. By virtue of a writ of Fieri-Faelas Issued out of the 19th Judicial District Court. in and for the Parish of St. Mar tin, State of Louisiana. in the above en titled and umubered suit. dated this 27th day of Jan. A. D. 1919. I have semzed and will proceed to sell at Public Auction to the last and high set bidder at the front door of the Court House, between the legal sale hours (ll a. mn. to 4 p. m.) in the Town of St. Mar tinville, oin Saturday March 15, 1919, the following mentioned and described property. to-w*t: That certain tract of land with im provements and appurteuances thereto belonging, situated iu St. Martin Par ish, La., containiing eventeen (17) su perflelal arpenta, Bounded North by laud of A. A. Ransonet formerly P. S. Roy, South by Bavou Teche. East by Joseph Roy and West by laind of Seff. Broussard. Seized to satisfy above writ. Terms and conditions- cash. Sheriff's offce, parish of St. Martin, thle 6th day of Feb. A. i). 11419. WaDS 0. MARTIN. Sheriff. For sale - House and lot. house has 2 eleeping rooms, dinning and kitchen, lot. ~Ox100 $600. Lalsalre Bienvenu. NOTICE. IDMAND OF ADMINISTRATION. In tile matter of the Estate of F. J. Beyt. Probate Docket No. 3h14 1ith Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana. Parish of St. Martin. Whereas Juanau Gremillion of St. Mar tin Parish. Louisiana hia filed her peti tiou in this oticeapplyinig to be appolint ed edministratrix of said above tuention ed and entitled successiou. Now. Therefore Public Notice is here by given to all parties lnterested to ebow cause, if ally they have in writing. within ten days from this publiation, why said application should Inot he granted and sald appointment made as prayed for. Witness the lHo. James Simon. Judge of said Court. St. Martin vilt. La., this !Sth day of Jan. A. U. 1919. I. HIENVENI'. Dy. Clerk of Court, St. Martin Parish, La r "THE REASON WHY" B. A. Thomas Stock Remedies Sare the best, they are scientifically made and all medicine. They keep r the health up, and the feed bills r down. There is a cause for every r effect, remove the cause the effect r removes itself. The Poultry Remedies are espe. cially made to relieve all the dis eases in the Fowl family and makes r the Hens lay. r The Hog Remedy will positive r ly keep off the Cholera, and if gi r ven in the stages, will cure 90 per r cent. r Don't forget to keep on hand a , bottle of Farris' Colic Remedy for Horses. It is so simple with a dropper, that a child can give it. Also a bottle of Farris Healing Remedy for Cuts and Bruises on man or beast, they never fail. These remedies are all guaran teed to you by your dealer, to give satisfaction, or your money back. Made by Old Kentucky Manu facturing Co., Paducabh, Kentucky. For sale by A. L. Durand, St. Martinville, Louisiana. ---- . ...- . .- . State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co'.. doing business in the City of Toledo. ('ouuty and State aforesaid. slid that said firm will pay the sum of uINK HUNRIIRIK DOLLARS for each and i. every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH _ MEDICINE. FRANI J. CHSNFY. u Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December. _ A. D. 1886. A. W. OLEASON. y (Seal) Notary Public. i. Hall's Catarrh Medlcine is taken In y ternally and acts through the Blood on . he Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo. 0. Sold by all druggists, Tie. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Chalmetto Laundry j We are now sending our LAUNDRY to New Orleans, if you want good work bring your Laundry to us, Laizaire Bienvenu. Ladies Suit and Dress also Mens Suits Dyed Give us your next Printing 1 Sacce6s With Sheep Depends On Feed. The Live Stock Extension Ser vice, Louisiana State University, receives ten inquiries relative to breeds of sheep adapted to Louisi ana to one inquiry regarding how the proper feed may be provided for the animals, according to (;. P. Williams, sheep specialist. "It is assumed that the great problem is to find a sheep that is adapted to Louisiana conditions; this is not the case, but the ques tion is one of adapting Louisiana to sheep," says Mr. Williams. "When Louisiana conditions in the rough have been adapted to the sheep, then there will not be much difficulty in finding a breed or several breeds of sheep to fit such conditions. Idaho and Wyoming tried to get on the sheep map for years before they got there; alfalfa put Idaho and Wyoming out of the pelt and bone business and into the lamb market with trains by the dozens of dou ble decks of lambs. "New Orleans buys lamb chops slaughtered in Kansas City and Chicago; we eat lamb dropped around alfalfa racks under tents in the Rocky Mountain region of the Northwest. They have no cottonseed meal right at hand; no Abruzzi rye and oats to graze all winter; they have no possibility of producing Easter fat lambs. By raising winter feeds Idaho and Wyoming have found several breeds adapted to their conditions; that is the way to find the breeds adapted to Louisiana. Find the feed first, and the question of adaptability of breeds will cease to trouble." Miss Freda Schwartz entertain ed a large number of her little friends Sunday evening, in honor of her twelth birthday. -w.s.s.-. Mr. and Mrs. Don Register and Miss Sally Kelso of Florida, are here to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kelso. - -- w.s.s.--. - The price of butter and the price of eggs are seeing which cai roll down hill faster - and the specta tors are applauding the stunt. .--.--- W... - -. We hear that Japan will be the next great nation to "go dry." At that it will be better off than some of them, for it can drink its own tea. ------- w.s.s.--- - We are informed that Mr. Clif ford Pellerin has bought some fix tures and will soon open his drug store on the east side, in the build ing he had built just before going to war. - ------ w.s.s.---- - - Senator J. R. Domengeaux has I firmly turned down an invitation to be mayor of Lafayette. The senator not only has a host of friends but seems dletermined to: keep them. - w.s.s.- - When prohibition comnies some 1 women will regret they helphed to 1 bring it about when they find theil husbands sticking around the 1 house most of the time and getting in the way. 1 - What President Wilson says I about the Armenian and Syrian 1 Relief Campaign : "I, therefore, again call upon the 1 people of the United States to make even more generous contri- 1 butions than they have made here tofore ................ to help re establish these ancient and sorely oppressed people in their former homes on a self-supporting basis." (From proclamation on Novem ber 29.) Si r si J. J. BURDIN & BRO., i AN UACTUR!IS OF RED CYPRESS LUMBER, S SHINGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICS, I i AND CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF Leong Leaf Tellow Pine Lmber Flooring, Siding and Demeatie OUR PRICES VERY LOW. M i CALL AND SHE US AND SAVE SOME MONEY a.l d - -- --_______ ____ ___ S CHOOL OF BU NES." SOL E COLLEGE. to NEW ORLEANS, LA. Shouldbe given thebetralnlangto pre pare them for msccess i businees. IIenal Instruction. ree ]mploy ment Departmso t. Complete Colles* nk. College Store ud Wholeal No miseepreeentattioa to secure ota dents. Through the ouc cesso ofits 23000 former students, Soule College d s recognised everywhere as a Wide g1 Awake. Practical popular and Suc OS0. SOULS & 8ous. eCOME IN E and see us the next time you are ein need of .e GOOD PRINTING 1e We are specialists in the kind of E E work that pleases. I i MANY MEN THINK THEY HAVE INSUR-.. ie ANCE WHEN THEY MERELY HAVE A o POLICY. .. a FIRE mnakes every man think: "What company e carries my risk ?" Trh answer may determine the •.. S property owner's whole future. A clean record through one hundred and four years backs the state ment that a HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE . . POLICY means a prompt, cheerlul payment of an . honest obligation :: :: :: :: TELEPHONE o P. A. 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