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THIBODAUX, LA,, JUNE 8,
Vo .amie Walh, the .ac.mpi. ... -- - .. -- - :- ......
Dr. Meye s
SOC. A BOTTLE, 2
MNj. ('. lnHgarde has been confined
to his bed r se\eral days b)y sick'
'.J:r. s es. Edmod Marquette
isbited relativei in Napoleonville
Henry Lejeune is reportetl to
Sle v ery ill at her mother's home in
' Miss Beatrice Knolloch of IRace.
land, was visiting frielnds in our
aidst IaslThu rs Ly.
S all at Roth's drug store and get a
free sample of ~hambcrl:in's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They are an
elegallt iphyi(. They. also improve
the appetite, a're'ngthen the digestion
aid regulate the LIver and hbole4.
They are easy t tot Ike :alnd pich.l nt
' Mi1* Theresa ('Capell left la:st
Wedatllay to enjoy it mouth's stay
with latives in Lower Lafourche.
Edgar F. Riviere, assistant national
organizer of the ('. K. of A. spent
several days this week with his fawily
ju our city-.
Mothers who would k*.ep their
children in good health should watchl
for the first symptims o0, wormis andtl
remove them willh WII [TE'S
CREAM 1'EltilFl'(;E Price." 25
centa. For sale b" '1 habolaux dr(ig
M1ir. Frances Knobloc'h is now L
Atudying law under Beattie & Beattie
antil the opening of the November
aiton of the law d.lpaltment of
Thomas A. B:deaux I)r HI A
j$%W'an d L. [117L
busnites visitors to New Orleans this el
week hi connection with the pro p 1o
To save mending, avoid breaking
and to avoid suffering, prt e t coughs
end colds b; the timely r1e on l,
LARD'S IIOREHIOIUNI) S '.
It is a safe, sure and swift remedy
for all broudial ailments. Price, 253
fd 1 ce ocr s:le by Thibodaux 'r
g ore. F
Mr. Franuoo enoblocl visited Ný.w iw
glaset Saturd:ay returning MSon
dmy imruing. lie went for the pur
pose of ac'ompanying his aunt Mrs.
Milton, who had been visiting in our
Many women (ail to digest their of
'food, and so become pale, sallow, thin hi
Sad weak, while thbrightness, fresh
Mess and beauty of the skin and com
pletion departs. Remedy this bv C
taking HEIIRIlNE after ench meal, to
digest what Inn have eaten. Price, P
-0C cents. For sale .. Tlhibou e tu
Ifr. Emile 1enhwahld the pIpular 1'
loasorial artist, will, in the near t
fnt1er, place a screen' the entire k,
uLth of his place of business, there- th
Wby adding still more to the cooluess o:
aid comfort that is aheadv enjoyed to
by his patrons. !,.
bilu feel ltter a:t onci after usingi t
ARBINE, vou eljv \olr ftHl Inme, ti,
andyou get Imore 3oulrlislhnltllt :tld el
invigorating force o,t of whhit tou w
ear. [enlce IIltIlINE nmakesi you I
strong, vigorous and cheerfll. I'rit~ce,
50 eats. For sale by Thibodaux i
Bank of Thibodaux,
Is never out of town; nev
er away on business; Inev
er off on a vacation: iver
er si,; always well; al
.'ays on hand; and al- til
ways ready to give your g
business strict attention; fa
give it an opportunity, o
and see how
I;e/ If .Serrs 'ou.
A1i"s laMamie Walsh, the accomplish
ed daughter, of 'Ir. and .Mrs. Jno.
Walsh, was the ch :rming hostess of
the Entertainer's Euchre club, lastL
Wednesday at her home on Canal
street. A goodly crowd was in at
tendance and the evening merrily
spent in playing that interesting
game. The prizes were very hand
some and were the occasion for much
rivalry b.'tween the contestant. Re
freshments of the season were also
2 A Good Cough Medicine.
It speaks well for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggists use it
In their own families in preferenate to
ed any other. "I have sold Chamber
kla Ians Cough Remedy for the past live
years with compleyte statisfetion to
Ie m! self and customers," sa\s 1)rnggst I
tJ Goldtmith, Van Etten, N. Y. 1 I
lihave always used it in my own family I
i both for ordinary e',ugls and co!ds
to tand for the congh following la grippe, I
in and find it velry -ftikancious." For I
sale by Roth's dtug store.
'r The excursion to B.,ton Ionuge that
left here last T'lhursday proved a t
financial success, notwlithstanding it I
b leing on a week dyi. We are to!d t
• ! it was with difficully that the corn i
in pany could accommodate the people,
:, as large crowds were in waiting at"
r -very station. This was the first f
excursion fr',:m hlre to that place I
t and all thy,., who Went report having
enjoyed the days outing, and well tl
pleased with thei sights which they ti
it saw in the fair capital city.f
Ladies Can Wear Shoes a
, one size smaller after using Allen's p
t IFootEase, a powder to be shaken ci
i into the shoes. It makes tight or cl
new shoes feel; gives instant relief toino
r corns and be'uious. It's the greatest w
r comfort discovery of the age. Cures tl
and prevents swollen feet, blisters, d,
callous and sore slots. Allen's Foot- m
Ease is a certain cure for sweating, n(
hot, aching nfet. At all druggists ti
i and shoe stores, 25e(. Trial pack:gel cc
FREE by mail. Address, Allen S. ri
Olmsted, Ie Roy, N. Y. 36-12t 47 al
Fair at Aubert Hebert. LS
A gratIn fair will be given at ly
A bert Hebert's paik on July 6 and
erecting a nblic school house on the go
Welbre plautation. This is given for it
a worthy cause, anwI no doubt will
receive a goad share of public pat is
Fourth of July Celebration. lor
The Thihodanx Carni4 club is rh
ma:king preparations t,' ceelelrate the t
Fourth of July. We are reliahliy
informed that the fireworks display V'
will excell anything of the kind in iu
the past. Various kinds of amuse.
ments are being arranged to enter hy
tain the visitors. Refreshmnents will I
also he sohl on the grounds at at a
reasonable price. Don't forget to be o
on bhard and land -our little mite to
help this worthy olganization. the
TEET'IINA was first used by Dr. fu
Charles .J. Mlotfett, a graduate of dr
Jleflerson Medical College, Philadel. the
phia, Pa., in his extenszive and suc
eessful treatment of childhen in w
Geozgia in overcoming the troubles
inuciideet to teething and hot summers.lt.
T'ET'ilNA (Teethinag l'owlde.rs coun- an
tecacts Ihe: eit-ct of hot weather :an th
keeps the dligestive organs in a heal Ue
thy condition, and h:as saved the lives we
of thout:anids of chihloen in tile doe-i
tor's native state, whl.rc physi%.-ians it
p'escrite aid all moth'-rs give it, andre
it is cr;minal mln oth'rs of our sec- f
tin to allow their hales and little h
c·lhidre: t, uffar and pe haps die Iwe
when rc. itf can hle so :sily obtaiiied'd
by giving TEETIIINA. It cost on. ht
ly 2o ceuts at dlruggst-: or mI:ail 25
cents to C. J. 3loflltt, 31. 1)., St Louis,
M1o. 45,2t w
Leon Blo-kk is selling out at cost
his enulire stock of dry goods, shies wi
and hats. 45
STATE OF LO'ISIANA.-PAKISlI op'
OF IAFOUl'ilE. Su
Till- IrATE oF liI-Is.iNAt ANi PAISII
O0 lAltimacaiE -. 1'O'IPI-LE's Dll; (' Co. m
-I KI.; NOTICE TiHAT A(TIN(II UN- 0
I dtr and hv virtue of the authorilty
ill Im veslted tly lhe li 'onstitutlion and frtU
laws of the State of IAulsiana I have
seized and will offer for sale oni th
SATURDAY JUNE ±4 1901 an
at the Court Iause in th.- Town of we
Thitaaisux tetween the hours of 11
ocheiok A. M. and 4 o'elock I'. M. the aD
following dteseribed troperty to-wit: tin
I Ilass~ show c'tase, on I)rllggis~t ,out- the
tit conmpos- of glass jars inedjcines, et,. t
i stratight cane li ttoml chlairs, I stone wit
Sltltoois, 1 mniilk shake, apparatus, 12 , tht
I)oz silver glass and scoda holders, one
S oz graduate glass, ;3 ', ial Bottles rig
flavoring extracts. jno
The said property hlavinig been Seized
to satisfy the payment of State and
Parish Taxes and penalties due by you yo
Ion "Personal propelrtvy" for the year
li00, which T'raxes and penalties amomnlti
The said piroperty will he sold in at
ctordlance with law, without appraise
mient for 'ash, unless all the amounts
due Iet paid befor-e the day of sale. Edi
Slheriff, Ex-olthio Tax 'Collec-tar.
Julne t'. I, . WLl.
of (All Communleations under this heading
St' urbt be tihne e bythe writer; not noes'.ariy,
Sfor publication, but we desire it for our own
al! protection. No matter appearlng under the
edl. of ",Comulcation" will n any way
st- vo,,,e tu policy of the, paper.
0,i TuTBODAUX LA., J us 4, 1901.
.h ) Having had occasion to see the
Le last issue of the Lockport Eagle, I'
so noticed in it an article on the subject
of "Free Bridge." I think it reflects
somewlhat upon the honesty andi inte.
grtty of the people of this part of the
parish and wish, with your consent
i's ihroLgh your columns, to make a few
it comments on eitracts taken there
'r- The learned (?) editor starts iut by
re saying: "The old town would wanut
to to move over the bayou. But we
at had no idea they would have lth, cheek p
Sto put their hands on the school fund
ly of the parish to get the necessary
is means to pay for the moving." illa
, ,he but info.'mtd himself lihe would
or have seen that it is not, nor h is it
ever been, the de-ire of the p,-oi,!e of
Thibodaux to m',ve the old tow,
it across the bayou. \\e are c nilent
a to rema:n on the present site alnd our
it moving is only a creation of his ima I
d gication. From whence comes h,s
information that the reven'lles d.rived t
from the biilge are contribult,,I to
it wards the maintenance ot the ,school
Sfeud? His informatiou on th:,t sub t
e ject is indeed very meagre, for ae'Qot"
ding to all authority the receipts fro om
the Thibodaisx bridgŽ he' p to buil I up,
the general fund. 111s fears, ther,~
fore, as to the school fund being d in
inished are without eaust.
Second. "Because the police jury, L
disregarding the intarest of the peo
pie anul of public education in parti 1'
cular. granted a forty five year fran L
r chise to the Lockport Bridge Compa s
ny for one hundred dollars a year. b
when the terry had been putting into l
I tte school fund more than a thousand 5
d,lllars a year, therefore, Thibodauxi
must have a free bridge " And why
not? The Lockpxort bridge is compara i
tively free in so far as the parish is
concerned, for the only revenue de. IN
rived from that source is $100 a year m
an amoaunt barely suthieient to pay) m
for the books that are used in the
Lockport public school during one fi
session. O'ur merchants would glad
ly help to raise $100 per year for the t
purpose of having "free (ige." t
good one and we are willing to adopt ri
Third.. "If the bridge at Thibodaux
is made free, who will operate it?
Who will keep it in repairs,' The
parish, of course, and we who live inP
lower Lafourche will not only have
our chi:dten deprived of a part of
their education, but will he colmpelled tie
to go down into our pockets andt help
pay toll for the people Af Thibodaux." "st
iDoes the parish pa) for the operation fo
and minatenance of the bridge at
Lockport out of the $100 contributed to'
by the 'company owning it? Certain.
ly not. The merchants here wil'
willing!y donate their share each year!
for its maiutenance, the samrne as the the
Locklpoit company agreed to do for
the consideration which they now give ti
the parish. Hence, there is no cause fr
for alarm on that point. The chd! Ci
dren of the parish will no more be I f'
deprived of a part of their education eI
than they were when those $40,000 the
were taken out of the school fund.
Fourth. "Unless all the ferries an i to
bridges of the parish are madle free, o
and an appropriation male tooperate tL
them and providing a stlticient reven n
ue for the education of our childrei, me
we, the people, of lower Lafourcho , go
will most assuredc' re-eot the late-tif
attemnp of Thilbaux to swindl tihe nu
rest of the l)rish l We want what is it'
fair, and we give the parish seat warn tm,
iug now th't if she has no more pride ine
about her th'n to :ask suCh a thing.
we will respectfully decline to pa:y an
he"r toll and -uur. too? ' 'When th. ad
psohule of Thihodaux want any thing fin
it is not custotu:iry with thlemii to ir' -
sort to dishonest methods, or practice j
swi'idhlng, to procure it. We are nt sh
after swindling the parish. We oilyv wa
want what is "fair," and to that eI;l an
we are willing to contrihute $1001)t
fear'ly anIl assume tlhe repairing and I -
operlating of the Thlbtodaux brilge. est
Surely, the p)eople of lower Lafonrche ste
will not object to our securing the eot
Thilboiaux bridge for the purpose of of
making it a free one, for the samin
consihderation given by the Lockp',rt
conmpany. ])id the peoplle of lower
Lhafour he resent the granting of that Shi
franchise lv the educational fundt oft Ra
the parish was himinished by so large
an amoonnt? No. There was not a
word sail about "free ferries, bridges,
Sappropriatio:s, etc., Not one dissen
tiig voice was heard fromn them and fat
the proposition went before the jSy Ire
without a murmer of protest from lain
that section of the country. "Iual :ll
rights to all, exclusive privdleges to he
none," is our cry'. erJ
Kindly give the above space in tio
3your valual:le paper, an.i oblige. thi
Youra Truly, . Ish
North Louisiana. .u
Editor of the yontinel. C('
'hile Cen routel from Tuiboux to 'bo
my home in ,North Loutaiana, my 1T.
attention was sttractld by the sight
of many bales of moss, lying on the
iln platform at one of the stations on
r the Texas and Pacifle. The sight of
the these bales set me to thinking of the
fai futile attempts, made by some of
Thrinodanu' citizens, to established a
moss ginery in their town.
The Thitod tux Business League
he held several meetings, at which the
projl et - was thoroughly discussed.
:t The idea, seemed such a good one,
Sawlnd rece?,ed so much eneonragement
c. from some of the town's b)llsiness
it, men, that, safter some 'orrespondentie.
on the sulj+e.t, an expert "mo.s man"
was invited, and accepte, an invita
tion from tlh League, to attend one
of their meetiags, to g vews
bearing on the question. Th s "Lmos
it matn' was the inventor of a moss gin;
k had several moss ginneries in opera.
ltion; possessed a thorough and prac.
tical knowltedge of the moss industry,
andti, at thelic meeting he attended,
sutcededtd see ning'y, in convincing
d thel memnbers of the good iesuilts that
twoul be effected hy the esttalish.
f ment of a tm)ss factory in their town.
Stranlge to say, th's mtecting, thougll I
t ;it rouLsedl thie enthusiasm of the bust
" ness men, sand I)rmined much gouI
for the to vi, was bIarren of results. I
'rh enthusinsIn displayetd by the
bit-iness men cetased( to exist when
the tinth 'silus:s w. re :tppro:a:heat oni
the sihiject of taking stack in the
moss factory. Th a thought if put.f
tung out col, cash f.,r tile suake of the Y
enterpri'is was iiot a l,leasant one,
althoiiah the amnolunlt nede I for thl.
pu1rl1, se wasl, i b, li ve, I ss than
$s:,l)OI).0tl. laf!t r a ft.w f&ehlit st!rg.
gles by the stro,;gt'r memlniers of the
League, th prject was let g a!to.
This was last winter before the Rs
Lhius gusher w as "brought iii'. J
Sincet oil was disto,'ver,.d TltiliUaux's to
business men, have acquired much f''
surplus cat-h, at last it t wuld see~u ltn
so judging from the w r" they invest Pt
inl oil stock. It is nmamif.'st that the th
profits derive I from capital invested Pt
in a moss factory would he large, li
something like twenty per cent I th
lsilieve, yet the Thllalaux baisiness in
men could n pt lie persuiale I to iinvest to
a few dollars in the enterprise. The J
oil stocks, which quaran'teed no pro
fits were easily disposed of. People to
who will allow money to hang on aI
trees while they- bjole ant dig for tit
uncertain treasures in the earth are, t
V-uois ay, 1he beni.n to e'de.
rived by the town pieople of Thibo
daux by having a moss factory there
woll l lie great. ..
It is a well known fact that the
plintation stores have caused tl:e
trade- th:at once wen.t to Thibolaux to
be diverted into other channels-th:ut An
i" into their owl doors. There t o
denyipg the fact that these planut
stores are and will be throughout the No
years to come, and the only salvation
for the Thiboi aux merchaut lies in ,
the developement of indtstries in his
town. The establishment of factories
itlhe only w.v to bring albout the tin
elquililiiiiuin that is neelel--tnat 1t, tli
when the amounlt of c(alital made bly i:I
the inanulfa'ctulrelrs of the town from p
their products is as great as thait sent *oti
from tlht town for the payment of rce
coinmodities used by the town's tl.a
folk% or, in other words, when the la
exports in tirod(lcts, not money of eat
the town equal her imports. sel
This condition of atfairs will have los
to be broughlit about, and that very wo
soon; for it is all,ari.nt that the plan. whi
tation stores are becanming mre ye.
ninelr',lis, and. hIesicdes. tile country lin
merchlant is now t'.rry.iilg a line of lil
goiods that is thl' equlal of any to be dii
founid in the townL, andl, thlelrefor, cili
making it nlillaci'.'Sll: ry for the coun Ina
try sholpp)'r to l:take the tripl to the tee
tawi fair go. it which can be ohtiined for
nearer Ih 'iime. ilit
Thibondasx, with her two railroadis e
anlil her fine watr 'way, :has nil aif the
advaniitages nectes:lary to miake her a iA
finle tawin. Slh1, necks a little shaking .
up, howevar, anl I would wrearihe is i
f.ictolies f,'l tIhat "'iried febiiul ' th:at
she sifl'rs from. She needs to be
waked hiy the hummiaig of the wheels the
and thie shrieks of the whistles of the
factories. W'hen she hears thm she be
-Thihodtl:inix, one of Louisiana's fair. wit
est d:aughters-will rouse herself and t:i
stel) into the ranks with her sister has
cities on their march along the road i
of prosperity. hal
. . . ..- ' * - . .isAt
S'e our new line of (cnts $3 50 wit
Shoes. Every pair guaranteed. The te'a
Racket Store. dis
Saves Two From Death. ino
"Our little daughter had an almost di.
fatal attack of whoopling cough and "II
birouchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Harvi- the
land. of Arminonk, N. Y., "but, when thlt
all other remedies failed, we saved bto
her life wrnh Dr. King's New Discov otl
cry. Our nieLe, who had Consump. alir
tion ir, al advanced stage, also used Spe
this wontlderful medicine and toda) wh
she is Iperfectly well." D)esperate Scd
throat and ungn diseases yiehla to Dr. on
King's New Discovery as to nlo other D'
medicine ,n earth Ilfstb:e for CI
Coughs and Colds. 50sc an' $1.0I Sti
bo)tles guiaranteed by all Druiggists.
T.ial Iho'tles free. del
Ae Terrible Explosion
nn "Of a gasoline dove burned a ladh :
of here frightfully,'wr1ltes N. E. Palmner,
he of Kirkman, la. "lTh. hbest doctors
of couldn't heal the running sore that;
a followed, but Bucklen's Aroica Salve
cfntely cured her," Infailile f.
ue Cuts, Corns, Sores, Boils, Bruise..
.e Skin Diseases and Piles. 25c at all
nt W\'ANTED - TItl;STWORTIHY
is men and womlen to travel and ad
e vertise tot old estalishlled house of
1" solid financial standing. Salary $78si
Sa year andt expenses, all payable in
te cash. No canvassingrequitel. Give
is references and enclose self.addressedl
_s a ped enve!ope. Address \lage,
355 Caxton Bldg., Chic~ago. 38 2tit
Coolers and Ice Cream Freez
Just received a larsre consignment
, of these goods, at II. Riviere & Co's.
harware store. Buy now while they
TO TIHE DEAF.-A rich ladk,
cured of her D-:ifness and Noises in
the Heal biy I)r. Nicholson's Artificial
Ear I)rulnit, give 2.), oooilo!s, to h s
Instlitute. no that deaf people una, e
to proItcure th, Ear I)r-lms may htive
them free. A'lihres. The Nich,lo,,i
Institute. 78'1, E gh'h Avenl,.e, New
SYorlk 143 ly
Parish of Lafourche
Thibodaux, June, 9, 1901.
In accordance with the provisions of th
section 21 of Act No. 186, approvcd t;
Jdly 9th 1890, notice is hereby giv.n
to tax payers of said panr-h of l.a.
fulirche, that thit, listing o. the" pro
perty, real and, persolnal, of said tax
payers. is compnleted together with i
tL e valuation placed ulipo said pro. I
per'y lby the Assessur and thait s,)i 7
list will be exptosel i: niv othie, in
the Court lHous t-, at Thiho : l:ux, fo:ri i
i'speetion and correction, for the I
term of twenty (20) day( , beginniig
June, 15, 1901. -
All tax paiers are earnestly invited
to avail tlhemrelves of the opportilnitv
aftEnded to make known their objec
tious to any assessm; nt and tcoIat
Sotrectness in the manner pres
by law. •
,une 8, 1901.
THE HOME GOLD COURE.
An Ingetnlus Treatment by which Drunk
ardts are Heing Cured Daily nla
Spite of Them.el-'.e.
No Nxions Doses. No WIeakening of the
Nerves. A Plteasait a'.,d I'o.itive Cure
for the Idquor labit.
It is, now generally known and
understood that l)ruikennecss is a Ti
disease and not w.nakiess. A boily
li:ldl with poi.oi, ati neI'rves comi- i
iete' l " sliattered Iby l,-riodic :li ori
iconstint ie of intoxicating li lui)rs.
requires an antidote c(lapable of inell
tralizing and eradieting this poison,
and de.-troviug the craving for intoxi
cants. Sufferers may now cure tht In
selves at home without publicity or
loss of timne from bisintss by this 0
wonderful "1()tE GOLD CURE'
which has been perfected after marny
yea:rs of close sttdly and tre:atnaent of
intebriates. Thle faithful use actor, .
Ing to dlirections of this wohndetrfil
discovetry is positively guaranteed to
cure the most obstitate ccase, toi
ttattir how hard a drinker. Our
records shuw the marvc!,ons trans-.
formation of tliousaiuds of D)runk trdsnl
into sober, industrious aund upright
WIVIS CUIIIR YOUR IlUS- %
BAXSISI! CHIILE N CIE -
YOUIIFR FAT'l'IIlS ! This remedy
is in 1io sentse a tiioslrtin but is ai
specific fr this dlistease only. natl iso "
so skillfully deviseli and prepareu l .;
that it is thorughi3ly soluble and "
pleasnrt to the taste, so that it Can
le gi'en in a cup of tea or coffee
.without the knowletlge of the person
takinig it. Tholusadtls of l)rtikar!i: ils
have ciiredl tlh.mselvcs wi:h thls
priceless rein-mdy. and as many mort-oe
have been curut and made temperate O
men biy having the 'CURE'l ' ahniil- .4
is'ercd by loving frienlds adl rc!ltives
without their knowledge in coffee or
ta, and believe todi'y tha:t thley
dlisco:tinued drinkiitg of their owuti
free will. DO NOT WAIT. D)o not -
Ie deludedl by apparent and mislca I
ing "Improvementt." Drive out the
disease at Oce anlld for all time. TiIhe
",ilO'E GOhl) CURE" is sold at -
the extrtemely !ow price of One Dollar,
thus placitng within reach of every
Iboy a treatment more effectual than
others costing $25 to $50. Full
dlirections sccompasny each package.
Special navice hy skilled Ihysicin:ns
when requested without extra charge.
Sent prepaid to auny paslt of the world :
on rec'eipt of Otle Doil-r. AldLresa
Dept. C892 EJ)WIN B. GILE- & L
CO3JPANY, 2330 nlid 233:2 Market
Al c.,rre-lrldendce str!ctly confi
AWhat You Want1
is, to trade at a good re!iable store, where you
can get the best of satisfaction.
What we Want
is to let you know that this store meets these
requirements:. We have built up our business by
being strictly honest and upright, never misrepre l"'
senting an article to effect a sale and our aim hs
always been to supply our patrons with the best
and most stylish goods and at prices as low as good
>honest business principles will permit.
'" HERE ARE A FEW ITEMS YOU MAY NEED: I
Gents dress shoes in all the latest st les, and 'Geunt ":;w( 11" Pour in Hands, at ?°dand Wdc
Snis , rr3.50. Gents utlderwoar from xs2 up.
Cents Iw Quarter shos, Blactk and Tanl t ( (ents all wool extra light weight urdershlrta
1..W, and ;I.uU. , l.i5 eaach.
A bout 40 palir of our regular 31.t. shoes going ( Gnts s.elf opening :Umbrellas., $1.40.
it 1MA .) foru a limite,! tluei. (Guts IBltck l'ants only .0 Ia air.
G'(i iT'n .lhoaes at .e, d.,0 oalyi2.1. (Gent*Lim.nl Pantls ouly 1.:ba Ietr.
et. o Is ii k 'hoes all solid 1 $1.2.7. ,ile u lrtahis 3 y'asl hlog te.. $1.10 antI 1.,5
(.iuaih 1; ue ..ig (coutant l v.d ts. all w.o, I , pair.
; t sh t . urtain PIolrs, t lras fitures 20c.
(;e llt lt.-lit.. -hirtS . in ln inlienrfle Illh W ShI n l tte rns. fxtutll s lI and h:rnmeu -
la "arilurut o. f cu, ors. pltetimrn et.. rte:aldy th wori;:, sl 'c. at ; a parll..
".1ion ilrand." fast colors, only $1.00 each, Ladies Gloria silk Unbrollas $1.00.
they Warl as well at, the 81.r1 kind. tSee oalr big ass.ortment of 5 and Wie Fans.
(;ents Fancy socks to wear with low cut l¢;lctiful crele Paper Lrtnt bro liuls only
hoes only ia. Ib.and . lti ul crepe Paper Lamr, uls only
See our big Summer 1i
.stock of Gents Furnish
Sings, Ladies Goods, No
I tions, Shoes and Hats.
Thu_'o.r .-/oney Bt if_, Thull.'a llt r.
THE RACKET STORE, r
(Originator of L .)
F . . .- --.. .. .. _-- - - - - - -
REP. D v
THE PLANT OF THE'ui
THIBODAUX BqICK WORKS
a-2 WITH THE FINEST EQUIP
MENTS IN THE SOUTH
Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap
est brick in the market....
One million bricks on haud ready for delivery.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS,
LAURENT M. FOLSE,
MANAGER. PHONE 126
E.J. BRAU D,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT PHONE
EMILE LEFORT E
nces oaar to lIEFORT * TETNEAUi
:;d "Livery, Feed
S,.. .Sale Stables.
1 Undertaking ,
i Establishmnent .
Blacksmith ard .
"-.- M aker . '
Patriot St. ('or. Leree and arke 1'ibodau.
DR. JOS. L. DREXLER,
VETE/INA RRY SURGEON,
LEON DREXLER'S STABLE,
THIBOD4U V. LA
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 35 IBODARUX TELEPHONE Ize.