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The elections Tuesday proved a
surprise to the country as the De
mocrate swept the country and 1
elected Wilson and Marshall byi t
large majorites. Rtoosevelt was I
second in the race and Taft a poor (
The House of Rlepresetitativem
will bIe D)meiocatic but the So- ,
ate will remain Riepu ica|n.
W ilson ..................372
T aft .................... 6f
D ebts .................. 23
All the am dlImIeIts were carried
in St. Martin.
1LBLANC - i(AlRAi
At six o'clock Monday evening,
Mr. Frank DeBlaic was married
to Miss Noemie Barrse, daughtier
of Mrs. Vincent Barra.. The
marriage ceremony was porform
ed at the Catholic Church and on
ly the immediate members of their
families were present.
Mr. and Mrs. DeBlanc left the
same night for Houston, where
they will spend a few days. IRe
turning they will make their home
in Port Barre.
RES~VlER - IBIENVEN '.
The marriage of Mr. Robert R.
Resweber,one of our worthy young
gentlemen to Miss Viola Bieuvenu,
the pretty and accomplished
daug..ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. '.
Bieuvenu, took place at the plau
tation home of the bride's parentse
at 4:30 o'clock in the evening,
Tuesday, Father Borel perform.
iog the ceremony.
After the marriage ceremony a
reception, was held and Mr. and
Mrs. ItsCe ber received the con
gratulattions and best wishes of
their numerous relatives and
friends for a long life of happi
ness and prosperity.
Mr. Lionel Thomas acted as
best man Miss Jeanne Robicheaux
as maid of honor.
The bride who wore a dress of
white satini trimmed with tulle de
Duchessi, was a picture of loveli.
ness and sweetness.
Mr. and Mrs. lits- eber received
a large uumber of pretty presents
from their relatives and friends
who hold them in the highest of
Mr. Milton llhcriot of St. Mar.
tinville was married in Lafayette
Thursday to, Mliss Laura Lee.
They will make tLeir home in St.
The Socialist have made a bit.
tar showiung than was expected,
they polled twenty votes for their
candidate in the St. Martinville
box. The Bull Moose 410, the De
mocrats 93 andi the Republicanus
The Police Jury at its last meet
ing has passed a resolution order
'iug the Southeru Paciftic lalltoad
to build a draw bridge across Ba.
you Des Ours to replace the sta
tioury onse now iu use on the Ba
ton Rouge branch. lThe Des:
Ours being a navigable stream.
The teachere institute took place
at the High School yesterday and
today. The public are invited to
attend the sessoions.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The 10-acres plantation of Mrs.
Sosthene Judice, east of Bayou
Teche, half-mile from St. Martin
ville, having a fine-pecan 'riive.
Will rent for $300, will sell for
$6000. For particulars set |
Luiia, l'oUlity s 1.
Frank J. l neuev wakss oath that he it,
senior pajrtner of the tlin a of F'. J. Che- )
iey & t(o., dohiig luliress ill the City of fi
I'itole, Coiltly andt Malt" aforesaid, anl N
that aidl titus Ill paiy the asue oft ONE tI
lit N ItE It lLL\1i, for each andeveryI .
ca,e of t alarli iithat aill uot be cired b It '
tle u-. of ILXI.iL' (.t .11.iH (T IE.
FRlANh J .1tIF;NEY. it
i 1II lip h for'e ife Mi nit " 1titn abel IIa I',
lm) tpleeice. thir tith tly 't l ece.tmier.
1. It. Ilvt. A. 1. ,A4Ll:A'ON.
prte) Now,)l L'ubic. o
hlilf', tatiII itl tille i" taktaen internal
11 ait act, diisetly upoin thei blood aind
nieuen't, lm~i faces o(f lthe syl-temt.
.-Ir hl lte LtLiulnlial I rete.
'. ,., t 11 ;1E6 & ( ., Inledo,0 t
"(oll bit ali lifugghlats
I Lke liatl 's FantmriY [ii. for uT litlatlont I
Corporation Statetc enlt.
illt. meut 11n 1 (11ht wi ldlfig (CtI.ii. 1:, 412
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1,1 I.1nEMEN I .
Ii "alattt. andt F'eer:
Shi,";hf t 'ihc' ... ..... . . c":,.40,
A- la b t I'uh e. ..1 :.
.1a:,) t .... ... .. . . . 33.33
Market Ke, per ... ... .:.!
7S·c. iind ec . .. ..... . 0i;.8.
tiritia ktepr ie . .. A
I .; i Maiti eniiic, and 1l*mr rlate iall:
Duchpmrul, liardware 1 ........ .... 1.;,
onItu (I rucer t ....... . '
l)uchuili anrd lttieo.t .. .. . 1.U
Gie.. (ireig A. Cu .... .... 4.:1
lb Mainten:luce and ltl:air Exil.nr.en :
Erarto Bi niu Lar . ....
Letuce flr.eaux Liabor ..... :U.J0
Perrin Bro x Labor ...... .:
Jour Lewi.. uLabt ...... d.U
Willie Hrock Latbor 11. .1
B(ati Lewis Laitt)r .11.tt
Albert lu .n Labor ..... .5
Adrien litbert Labor ... 1. t4
Alel NarciSre lter .(to
ltallhen laet iulette L..tbr l.
( hta.. u eli,'r. Itlackernith .... .;i 7
Leonuuce 'llerin. Ljiackimtth...l.. 2.1
13? Adul ni.tration Exlpen e-:
(tticet rent . . .
31arwick. Mitchell feat & Co 1:.;.
1 rlek ,.f tc urt 3.14
113 ( , .nucilne, Account ltti.54
iy Cart lin. . 45.00
t3 S'pectai fax . 1(
IIp lI ance . . 4i.
shitnl, 1r:. Debon-auw S.c. Cand Trea.
S'EC1 \l. T \X ST.\I'E11ENT
.Monlth endilig Oct. 31. 11(i2.
"'to I ralt .Ce ............. ... 21 I.'5
To Ilaxs .................... (;
by S'.r. tit, c................ 32
1y IHalanre ................. 22 1.03
\\AE i it AN I, It.T I'PLANT
Stateiennt iUIth endint g Oct. 31, 1912.
REt El I T:,
T,, \\ater lt..t .............113 S3
'l itI i ate Falls.I ........... 31.11
' t I ilt`ide Lights ............. 1 .b 0
TI 1nside 1(4 Lights..............I0.(O
'o i, 'utenrclal Lighlts .......4.25
T, ale id'nce. ................ 42.1
' liten ient...... ....... .....200.4
'o Ehtrical Sulpplile sold...l . ,.2
Tt l lts Pl 'ayable............ 120tI.
To Balauce "over draft" .......341.87
IltIit R : ENIS:
By Balance overdrat......... 151.17
Hy Clhtif Engineer ............650t
By Assi-taut Eugineer ........So 00
Hy See. ani Trea............l...1o.
By Telephoner ................. 2,Th
By Lubricating 0il ............4.*.72
By Fuel Coal............ ....1':.Iti
By Interest antd Iliaoulnt......I20.54
By hltlght atlnd Dray........1350.72
By Fireman. Dlay............ ... 30.t
By Firemuan, Nlght............541.0
BY GiENERAL EXPENSE. S
Ilchamup iardtware Cuo 2.12
Duchamip & [Ducrst 3.0
\\. 1L. Brousarld t.7
Octave Guidry 1.tt
sidtuey E. Delahoussuay, Set. & T'rea.
'IThe bo)'s aippet ite ofteu the source
of amuazement. If you would have such
an appetite take Chamberlaiu's Tablets.
They not only creatu a heallhy appetite.
but strengtlhen the Atomach and enable I
it to do itr work naturally. For sale by
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Teariag hisi shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
front a wireck, but 11 T Alston, Raleigh.
N. '., once prevented a wreck with Elee
tric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight
when I began to use them," lhe writes,
"uVy stomach, head. back and kidiieys
were all badly affected and uan liver was
iiln ad conditioni. but four bottles of
Electric HBitters lade lme feel like a new
man." A ti ial will cinviLCs you of their i
I matchless merit for any stomlach, liver
or kidiney tioubl. I'i it' dil cents at all j
Promulgation of Election.
STATE OF LOU'lIANA
I'AltbH OF ST. MARTIN )
BE Il KNOH N that the Board of Su
pernisors of election in and for the 'a
rish of St. Martin. LouiLana, by virtue
4,f the authority isetld in theu v,,sted
and in pLlsuanlice of law did lon tliis 2itlh
day of wsptember A. D. 1912, at the hour
of Ele;le o'clock A. M. uieet in openl ses
sion tlld proceed to open, canvas tLhi re
tuill is and declare the results of the spe
cial election called by the Mlayor and
Iowu Council of tle lown of St. Ma-ll
timi tlie, Louisiana. onU the thirteenth
inay of August. 1:"12, foi submitting to
tire lluaiitio tax layers of the Towni of
St. Mai tllu ilie, Louisiana. the proposi
tlioi to levy a special tax of three and
one halt mill on tie dollar per anniium
on all taxable property situated in the
lowu of St. .lartiluvlle. Louislaua, and
in aid of and for the benelit of the LOU -
IsIANA ELECTRIIC RAIL\ AL' AND
UOREll C'OMPANY, or so much of said
tlree and oune half mills as may be ne
cessary to realize the sum of Onlle Thou
,.and File Hundred Dollars each year
'or a period of ten years, beginning with
the )ear 1914 and extending to and lu
cluding the year 19'23 and to realre the
S-uin oft lifteell hbuiisand Dollars and ilt
the eCenut that the said sum of Fifteen
thousand Dollars be realized, collected
and tui ond over before the expiration of
the ten years, then and in that event the
said tax shall cease dud terminate.
This being tle only pioposition voted
upon, we proceeded to marke the follow
lng compiled statement its follows, of
the results of said election
and dil find that number of votes for
and against the pioposition submitted
, and tile assessed valuation voted for and
agaiuist the proposition submitted were
hlie number of votes cast in favor of
tile proposition aforesald One Hundred
,and Twenty one (121).
Tuotal amount in alue of assessed pro
e perti voted in favor of the proposlltioun,
4 as per the letulus One hundred and Fif
4 t(eun housand Nine linudied and Forty
live Dollars ($l11 ,t .l iti).
Total number of votes cast against the
propositiou its aforesaid six (ri).
Total amount in assessed value of pro
peity luted against the proposition sub
mitted as aforesaid: three Thousand
Nine Ihundred Dollai s ($3,40I.UOi.
Majority in iiumbsr of tax payers in
favor of the propositi in (b).
Majority in value of assessed porpelty)
in favir of sani prio; sitlon sublllllitted as
aforesaid EIHll' THIIOUSAND ONE
lHNDREDI AND TIIIRtTY FIVE (4,
Upon exiainationi of the asseesnemieit
lolls df the said town of St. Martinville,
Louisiana, the registration list and poll
tax list on file shownig the qualified to
0 ters of the said Towni it appearing that
the said proposition was duly and legal
vI carried by majority both in uuimber
U and anounts of all thle duly qualified
tax payers of the said Town of St. Mar
a tiiville, Louisiana. as shown by iispec
lion examination aund canvyas of tile
sworn r e tur iiu s of the Com
; inissioners and Clerk presiding at
said special election,. we do accordiigly
; ratify said sworn returns of said elec
I tlon and approve the same and declare
a that said propoeitiou hias been duly and
j legally carried both in number of votes
Sand assessed valuation of property and
we do accordiugly make public proclam
ation of the saue.
Thus onli ansd slignedll ii open session
lit St. Martintille. Louisiana. this 2itlh
Sday oIf September A. D. 1I1.
SA. DI. Roy.,
I'mlPs J. FOURNET,
Hoard of Supervisens.
C. 0. HBLteisAnRi.
One second ihand Singer sewing
machine in perfect order and with
SJ. A. Dorsey,
SALESMEN ~ ANTED to look after our
interest In St.Martin and adjacent coun- i
r ties. Salary or commislou. Address
LINCOLN OIL CO., CGleveland, 0,
# MILLINERY NOVELTIES.
Mrs. Rose Broussard
Has just received a Fine and Complete •
stock of Millinery Novelties and invites
the public to come and look at the
beauties of millinery art.
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute, 4
With the 50 per cent. increase of appropriation allowed by
Legislature, will be a 100 per cent better school.
Among many other improvements it will now have:
A Two Years Course for 'raclhers iu Howe Ecoomiecs.
A Two Years Course for leaclers in Agriculture and Farm Mechauic.
A Professor of Biology anld Bactlrcwlogy.
Au additional Professor of Agrlculrure all Anlimal Husoaudry.
A higher acadelic sltaudard in its four years course.
A Pieceplor of Studies tI the Buys' Dormitory.
A Preceptress of Studie uto the Girl's Dormitory.
A Director of Athiletis ifor his; itller for girls.
A SwimUiujg Pool. A Poultry Farm. A Steam Laundry,
A Complete studintg andll Receiving Otutltil i 'lrsireiss' Telegraphy.
lhoroug i Practical Courses in Stenogiaphy, Telegraphy, Business.
A Librari an and keeper of study hour classes. .
Graduates of the Four Years courses are entitled to a First Grade Teackers' Certl- ,x
ticatc.- r they may take high standzing in Colleges. All expenses do not exceed
*I16 a year. Police Jul lis are authorized to appropriate as much as $250 a year
to seeid students here. Twelve Sessiou opens N eduesday September 1, 1912.
Write for catalog and particulars.
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