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pRSONAL BUT POLI TE.
judge wLarason went to the ,
t Moday. ou
qrs.V B. Hamilton is report- he
Mrs. J. iL. Golsan spent a da
in New Orleans. to
Little Edward and Eugenia lai
Percy will spend Christmas at fr
Miss Lizie Sweetnman spent
Christmas with friends at New-ta
j J. .Peterson and son, Lee,
were visitors at this office, Wed- fr
Master Frank Barrow will no
spend the holiday week in New h(
yr. I. C. Lee and family are now of
plesantly located in the Stern house M
aPrincipal Street. gi
Dr. I. U. Ball and F E. Powell
dNew Orleans were here for ti
two days this week. w
Miss Evie Converse was the g
guest of Miss Mary Williams of T
Jackson for several days. H
Misses Annie Gihnore and Lou- he
j. Conrad will be Christmas cc
guostaatPecan Grove. a
Miss Elise Babers spent sev
eraldays here with her sister, fr
Irs. St. John Liddell. in
Misses Louise Schrader and Corinne t
Busch of Port Hudson were the guests w
Mrs. R. Yunkes on Sunday. p1
Misses Emma Carmouche and Elodie ti
laupe of Pointe Coupee have been the
plman guests of Miss Julia Catfield.
Miss Augusta Weydert is here from
Sole College to spend the holidays G
pith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. L Dupuy of the True Demo- Vi
crat is spending the Christmas e
'days at his home in Plaque
' . 4:
Messra. Cazedessus and Du
of Bator Rouge came up to
, Sunday, and returned next
rnin with a string of birds.
I Cobb, who has been employed
X, IaQ y for several months, R
pes to OGreenville, Miss., where
iks a position sa bookkeeper for fti
Mrs. E. L. Newshamn and sons e
hed home Wednesday. Like c1
tany others she was detained at n
nhugher, Tuesday night, on ae- o
nnt of the stoppage of trains. it
R Rev. E. L. Car-gill moved his J'
family to Wilson, this week, r
where he will be pastor of the l'
Methodist Church. The best V1
uishesof their friends go with 1
them to their new home.
TheL. S. U. cadets are all at o
home for Christmas. t
Bayou Sara Lodge No.52l, I.
0.0.F. will elect officers at its
regular meeting next Tuesday l
An alarm of fire came from the e
henedel residence in Bayou t
Wednesday morning. But a
damage wras done.
The offering on Christmas at '
Grace church was for the widows
adorplhans of clergymen, who
Served in Louisiana.
No train overthe Y. & M. V.
anch on Tuesday and Wednes
day has caused some congestion
f freight and considerable an
:. $yance to travelers.
The school bazar Wednesday
rnoon was very well patron
'IThose who caine early
8 proaram of songs and
Atstions al)propriate to the
n, by the children.
The High School will have its
?istmas tree. next Friday at
S.'P Other children besides
Ol& pupils may have pres
itput on the tree for them.
public is cordially invited.
Pythian Sisters em
- Pflpin, last Sunday, between
a. ahnus and my home, has
tiarl "F. L." on it. Small re
Miss Fannie Lebovitch.
Trade ha not been so brisk as
some years but that is what we
Vherd 5ome merchants say
n Christmas5 during our
-rtpone years' residence in
liarish and --will lprobably
the end of the chapter.
Death of Miss Martha lamilton.
So inseparable are light and In
shadow, that rarely the merri- son
ment of Christmas comes with- hapl
out contrasting gloom in some and
heart and household. At this who
season, the death of Miss Martha ing
Hamilton brings sorrow not only Mr.
to her own family circle but to a nint
large connection and many rela
She died at Touro Infirmary, witi
New Orleans, Tuesday, Dec. 22, Klei
7:45 p. in. where she had been brat
taken for treatment. On Satur- mar
day she was operated on for ap- by I
pendicitis and rallied naturally its t
from the operation, until Tues- ed t
day when a change came, and the
nothing could be done to save 'T
her life. ful I
She was the second daughter ciall
of the late Calhoun Hamilton and cesE
Mrs. Dora Barrow Hamilton, a She
girl of many sterling traits of gus
character and great determina- onlj
tion, energy, and strength of Mug
will. Helpful in the highest de- was
gree to the large household at pini
Tanglewild plantation, Laurel bes
Hill, the family home, she was' Alb
her mother's unfailing help and Aft
comfort, ever the loving sister the
and friend. ed i
The remains were brought eml
from New Orleans for interment ery
in the family cemetery, where B
the rest, that came before she frol
was awearied, will be hers, a ter,
preparation for the wider activi- gati
ties of eternity. mel
Grace Church Christmas Festival of t
The Christmas festival of 1b
Grace Sunday School, in which cou
all the children of the towns and hon
vicinity are most cordially invit- Th(
ed to participate, will take place, am,
Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 30, at lonj
4:30 p. m. Let hundreds of hap- I
py child faces be seen in the act
sacred building, that its dome Em
may resound with the sweetest ma
music that ascends from earth up.
to heaven-the sound of hap- eat
py child voices.
SThere will be a gift on the tree
r for each child, and in additio
parents are invited to send pres
s ents to put on the tree for their
e children, it being urged that
t none such will be so handsome
- or costly as to cause heart-burn
. ings among the children, the ob
· ject of the occasion being simple
reuniion and child ileasure, which
e is easily accomplished if left
t without suggestion from older
Traffic on the Woodville branch -
*t of the X. & M. V. was completely wi
tied up Tuesday. The early
morning train wrecked four and
a' ahalf miles south of town and
a the mixed train was delayed at
Y Laurel Hill on account of the en
gine breaking down. All the
e equipment of the passenger left
u the track but the engine. No
it one was hurt and only about $100
damage was done the train. This
wreck was caused by a broken qu
. fishplate. This wreck prevent- ne
ed the sending of another engine or
to Conductor Aigue's train until um
it was cleared up: hate Wed
T. nesday afternoon everything was
s- cleared up.
a. The bazar at Catalpa Pavilion,
Saturday afternbon, for the
benefit of Wakefield school was a
success in spite of the unfavora
ble weather. Nearly fifty dollars
were cleared, those in attend
ance beint2 most generous in their
patronage. The children were
dressed to relpresent Mother
ts Goose characters, which added -
at pi~quancy to the affair. The mon
es ey will be kept by the W. .I.
?S League until it can be decided
En. what is best to do with it.
Monday afternoon the crtw of a
m- freight train on the L. H. & N. brought
en a note from a white man at Plettinlcrg
laY which was of such a sensational char
acter that the oficers thought a battle
re- must have been fought there among
the nevrocs. Deputy Sheriff .Tohn
bh. Clack. City Marshal G. S. Davidson
is and Dr. W. H. Taylor, Parish Coro
ner, made a trip to Plattenburg on a
hand car and found that Len Dorsey
;ay had taken three shots at Marshall Cot
ton. one of which had taken effect.
Thr 'ehe men are brothers-in-law and fami
in 1. affairs are supposed to have caused
the trouble. Dorsey is in jail, having
bly been brought here Wednesday by Mr.
Introducing the Christmas sea
son with wedding bells was the a
happy lot of Miss Mattie Ard
and Mr. David Lawrence Ligon,
who were married Sunday even- 1
ming at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ard in the
6ninth ward. A large number of
relatives and friends gathered in
the prettily decorated home toI
Switness the nuptials, Rev. W. D.
Kleinschmidt being the cele
Sbrant. Mendelsohn's wedding
- march was played w-ith feeling
- by Miss Mamie Dan el, and to
rits tones, the bridal )arty enter
- ed the parlor and stood before
I the minister.
The bride, who is a tall, grace
ful girl, and a great favorite so
' cially, looked charming in a prin
I cess of lustrous white mohair.
i She carried a bouquet of aspara
f gus and white camellias. Her
- only attendant was Miss Mary
f Muce, whose costume of white
was brightened by a bouquet of
t pink flowers. The bridegroom's
1 best man was his brother, Mr.
s' Albert Ligon of Baton Rouge.
I After the ceremony, a feast of
r the most delicious sort was serv
ed in the dining room, which was
t embowered in flowers and green
e Besides a number of guests
e from Baton Rouge and Slaugh
Ster, Mr. and Mrs. Ford of Pop
larville, Miss. were present. The
gathering of so many made a
memorable occasion, twice pleas
ant in being the date of the union
of this worthy young couple.
"f Mr. and Mrs. Ligon left in the
h course of the week for their
Shome at Slaughter, having been
detained by the bad weather.
SThe True Democrat is only one,
, among the many who wish them
t long life and happiness.
- The groom is a progressive,
e active and energetic planter of
e East Feliciana. The bride Mi an
estimable young lady, and .ter
t many friends are loth to giviher
h up. Numbers of beautiful es
-ents attested to their popl 'ty.
Pokce Jury Proceedings.
St. Francisville, La., Dec. 23,
1908-The Police Jury met this
day, pursuant to adjournment,
with the following members
present: Hon. S. L. Lavergne,
acting president; and Messrs.
Raynham, Bickham, Richardson,
SSadden, Daniels, N. H. Barrow.
On motion the following reso
Slution was unanimously passed:
State of Louisiana, Parish of
Be it resolved by the Police
SJury of the Parish of West Feli
Sciana, in session duly convened
for said purpose, on this the
23rd day of December, 1908, that
the following parties, to-wit:
Frank P. Row, Sidney J. Low
enburg, C. S. Miller and A. H.
Sandman, having duly complied
with the provisions of the Act
r No. 176 of 1908 regulating the
sale of intoxicating liquors, with
Sin the requirements of Section 8
fof said act, they are hereby
s granted permits to each respect
ively to carry on said business
during the year 1909 at the places
Sspecified by them in their appli
Scations, upon paying the requi
ssite licenses and otherwise com
. plying with the law:
Done and passed this 23rd day
s of December 1908.
S. L. LAVERGNE,
e Attest: 'Acting President.
a R. M. LEAKE,
i- Clerk and Secretary.
n Meeting then adjourned.
S. L. LAVERGNE,
r R. M. LEAKE, Acting Pres.
, Pythian Lodge Election.
SAt the regular meeting of
Bayou Sara Lodge No. 15 on
)f Tuesday, Dec. 29, the annual
,n election of officers will be held.
'r Let every member be present.
r J. Ascbaffenburg, C. C.
H. A. Weia, L. of R. & 8.
SForty Head of Horses
Prices Ranging form $25 Up.
Both Saddle and Harness Horses Included.
For further particulars, apply to
SW. H. Richardson, Wilcox, La.
When you are in need of Hardware or anything kept
in a Hardware Store, call on
J. C. STORM,
Successor to A. T. Gastrell,
Where you will find a full and complete line of hardware
wagons, buggies, farming implements, cutlery, crockery,
queensware, guns, ammunition, fencing, window glass, har
ness, saddles and many other things needed in every home
Sor on the plantation. Come and see us. We'll be glad to
1 meet you and to quote you prices on our goods. :-: :-: :-:
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Next door to my store at railroad crossing. Aiways
on hand a choice lot of horses and mules at the
lowest market prices.
M. a E. Wolf
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
St. Francisville, La.
Bayou Sara, La.
Headquarters for Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet
Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Gandies, Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Filled.
ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS PAPER.
At Kilbourne's Drug Store
You will find a full and complete line of Drugs,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Sundries, Sta
tionery, Candies, Tobacco, Cigars & Window Glass.
If it's good we have it
If we have it it's good.
ci"ON EVERY TONGUE."
Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; best and saf.
I est for all uses.
Crystal drops from golden grain; pure and mellow. rich and
fragrant; the deal stimulant for universal use.
* Sold by Max Mann, Bayou Sara.
S. 1. Reymond Co., Ltd.,
Cer. Main and Tbrd Strets.
Baton Rouge, La.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Hats,
Clothing, Hllousefurnishing, Etc.
Brick For Sale. I
We are prepared to furnish a
first-class hard pressed build
Sing brick in any quanity - - -
Wsuld be glad to figure with
you if you want good brick - -
SBayou Sara Brick Co.
M. J. DERRYBERRY, Secretary.
FOR ": :
I FURNITURE, MATTING, ETC.
-:- -:- SEND TO -: -:
Becker furniture Co.
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.
311-315 Main Street.
feliciana Oil Company,
B. E. ESKRIDGE, Manager.
St. Francisville, La.
Shipping Point-- Bayou Sara.
Highest Price Paid for Hulls and Meal on Sale at
Cotton Seed. Lowest Pribos.