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.HOLDS SESSION .APPROPRIAtES $700 FOR SUMMER SCHOOL - RIDGE TRANSFER ROUTE FIXED. Committee Appointed to Appear Be ore Grand Jury in Regard to -Obstruction of Drainage. Lafayette, La., April 9, 1914. At a posti5ezied meeting of the Par 3sh Scdool Board, held April the 9th, the following members were present: President J. A. Roy, Messrs. J. B. 'Dugas, August Simon, E. G. Arce neaux, L. S. Broussard, J. G. Leblanc, .Armond An drus; absent O. F. Co `mean:. 'The minutes of the meetings held Janiaray 1st and February 13. 1914, w'e approved as read. Dr. J. L. Chiasson appeared before he Sdhool Board relative to the drain aige of the school land rented by him. .pm a tion duly seconded, the Wehuel Board appointed Mr. L. L. JuSiles and Dr. Chiasson to appear be *be the Grand Jury and make eom IlillWisi against persons obstructing Uazardl drainage on lands adjourning iM sdhool section in the 1st ward. A anmmittee composed of Judic4 Du Igas, Simon and Alleman was appoint ied with full power to act in connec tion with the matter of drainage in the 1st ward. 'The contract for furnishing paint and oil ' for the Youngsville school 'was awarded to the Lacoste Hard 'ware Co., at $1.90 per gallon. Mr. B. G. Arceneaux of the 3rd %wad reported the sale of the old Do aningue schoolhouse at $25.00. The schol hd-- napes furaished ly and ue, Mallet nhoZl were aceedterd; lMpom motion of Mr. LeBland see laided by Mr. L. S. Broussard, the bid of the Bank of Lafayette to act as Wiscal Agent for the school funds was accepted for a period of one year, from March the 31st, 1914, to March 31st, 1915, and the treasurer was authorized to accept the bond of the Bank in the sum of $2,500. Upon motion duly seconded it was saeedved that the notes of Demas Iu3 sard signed for a period of four 3ears for land in the 1st ward be and are hereby fixed for a period four ' wears. >qa4.deciiied to- contribute 0o as fe00% 0 60 0 e* 90 0 00 Weg OUR NEW FURNITURE STORE po)-ea (PII3N L,1.. TO TI-I6 PUBLC Having just received our complete stock consisting of over 16 Carloads of PURNITURE direct from the manufacturer, we now have on display iu our h0ge build- . ing with ample floor space, the most COMPLETE line of Cheap, MedIum and High Grade Furniture and House Suppiles Ever Shown in Lafayette :. No Old styles Everything Brand few o oand in the : Latest Patterns anti t * weva u oods. -Finishes Our Prices and Terms-Cash, Credit or Installient-are so very reasonable that we are sure to please you and receive your patronage. '4 0 Conie and See Us, Whether Yovi: Wish to Buy or Not. . ~f~* * LAFAYETTE FIRITUR CU LTD. r ._ . .a, ',." PtItG 4. "" " 0. 0, f 0 00 ""* "" " "" 0" e" g" "" 0" " $700 towards the maintenance of a twelve-week school to include grades one to eigth. The summer school au thorities agreed to pay the balance needed to run the school twelve weeks. Upon motion duly seconded, the Ridge transfer route was laid out as follows: Beginning at a point one-half mile west of the township line between township T 10 SR 2 E, T 10 S-or 3 E, to a point one-half mile east of the same township line thence south on the township line one and one-half mile, east approximately two miles and one-half to the Burke school. The Superintendent was instructed to no tify Mr. Epperson Foreman the pres ent driver of the transfer, of the out lining of the route and to request that he sign a contract in accordance therewith. In the event that Mr. Ep person Foreman should refuse to ac cept the terms thereof, then the Sup erintendent is authorized and instruc ted to readvertise the route. The following committee was in structed to look into the petition for relief in the drainage, of the second ward school lands and was given pow. or to ct in accordance with its find ings, A letter from the State Supervisor of Public Accounts relative to the As sessor's fees was read to the Parish Board and the Superintendent was in structed to notify Assessor Martin of the contents thereot. Mr. P. L. Guilbeau, Agriculturalist, Carencro School presented a list of donations to the schol, consisting of fertilizers, trees, seeds, etc.. of $3)1. The following bills were approved: 'S. J. Breaux, for Carencro Agricultural School .......... ....$ 4 50 P. L Guilbeau, for refund Car encro Agricultural School ....17 59 Jeanetette Lumber Co., black board moulding ........ ............ 11 70 Falk Mercantile Co., chairs Car encro Agricultural School .... 15 00 School Board Journal ............. 7 50 L. L. Judice, paint and sundries Scott school, Duhon school and Alex Broussard school.. 37 17 J. Gilbert St. Julien, recording act of sale Cerencro school farm :. ...e ........ -- ... 1 00 Samuel P. Brown, notarial act covering above ........ ........ .... 4 00 Moss Pharmacy, sundries ..... 9 70 C. J. Richard, lumber Caren cro Ar. school ............ ......... 9 83 M. Billeaud & Co., supplies Do mestic Science school . ... 11 35 C. J. Richard, balance Caren HOLY ROSARY IN STITUTE DEDICATED Last Wednesday Archbishop Blenk assisted by a number of clergy form ally dedicated the Holy Rosary Insti tute, a school opened near Lafayette for the industrial training of negro boys and girls. A procession was formed at Father Keller's residence, composed of the Archbishop, clergy, pupils of St. Paul's convent and visi tors. Proceeding through the beauti ful grounds to the school, Father Kel ler delivered and eloquent address of welcome. The clergy sang "Venicre ator", after which the Archbishop sol emnly dedicated the buliding, giving in his address many cogent reasons for the existence of the institution, paying compliment to the great and untiring energy of Father Keller, in establishing the school. The following priests were pres ent: Revs. Gassier, vicar general of New Orleans; J. B. Jeanmard, chan cellor, New Orleans; N. A. Grace, president St. C harles College; W. J. Teurlings, pastor, Lafayette; Lang lois, New Iberia; Kramer, Lake Charles; Doutre, Rayne; Grimaud, Carencro; Drossaerts, Baton Rouge, Castel, Broussard; Roquet, Youngs ville; Schentzer, Houston; Pasty, Chacahoula; Gumbleton, Houston; Wilhelm, Houston; Mollo, Lafayette; Walsh, Lafayette; Hein, Cameron; Moran, Houston; Brockmeyer, New Orleans; Girod, Patoutvflle; and Kel ler, Lafayette Father Keller afterward entertained his guests at banquet. cro school ........ .... ..........-.... 55 14 F. O. Broussard, sundries........ , 40 American Seating Co.- ................197 98 Texas Oil Co., floor oil ............ 15 601 Lafayette Advertiser, printing 20 00 Ahrens Ott Mfg., Co., Brous ard school- ................ ........ ....19 32 Crandall & Sons, paint Burke school ._..... ------------ .- -........ 29 50 D. H. Holmes & Co., balance Domestic Science equipment Carencro school ................... 15 67 John Begneaud, poll refunded.. 91 There being no further business the board adjourned. J. A. ROY, Pros. L. J. ALLEMAN, Sec. Upton has just received another car of fresh bran, shorts and oats. Ask him for prices on these, polish and other feedstuffs, phone 192. LAFAYETTE MAN MAKING GOOD SHIPS FIRST CAR OF ONIONS FROM MISSION OF PRESENT CROP. Is Said Never to Fail In Way of Farming-Makes Good Every Season. The following clipping from a Mis sion, Texas, paper will be read with much interest by the many friends of J. F. Tanner who moved to that South a eat Texas town about eight years ago. The paper says Mr. Tanner of this city has the honor of shipping the first cars of onions of the present crop, the two cars having left here last week consigned to northern markets through the Roy Cambell agency rep resented in Mission by Fred Volz. The onions were sold cash on track for $1.25 per crate and today Mr. Tanner Is reveling in plenty of cash, the world looks bright and he is among the happiest farmers of -the Mission proposition. Mr. Tanner usually makes good with his onions and the writer has yet to hear him say he failed at anything in the way of farming. We have known him ever since he has lived here and have seen him make good every season. To Mission belongs the honor of shipping the first car of onions this season, the first time in three years that we have been first, Laredo hav ing beaten our time for the past three shipping seasons." . And the Villain Still Pursued Her In the Kalem farce "AND THE VILLAIN STILL PURSUED HER," which the management of the Jeffer son has secured for Tuesday, April 21, patrons will find a photoplay which, in addition to containing a laugh in. every scene, presents a pow erful moral. Ruth Roland and John E. Brennan, the famous KALEF fun provokers, are the leading people in this farce. Geraldine is compelled to return a gown she has just purchas ed, because her husband finds himself unable to pay for it. Reggie, a for, mer suitor, volunteers to loan Ger aldine the money. The woman fool ishly accepts the loan and tells her husband that she has received it from her aunt as a gift. Later, the aunt un expectedly arrives, and t0 save her Pay Twenty Premiums For a Participating Policy When lB Prem-,inunms H At a Lower Annual Rate Will Bray A Non-Participating Policy 8BB Me JOHN GIVENS, Special Agent PRUDENTIAL LIPFE lIll. CO. I 41 I~1* *- '1;~eo -++++ooooo+4 dOULTRY TIME And it is time to think about keeping your chickens, es pecially those you are now hatching out, free of lice, fleas, ticks and other vermin. DR. LeGEAR'S LICE KILLER will do the work and keep your premises free of such insects. ALSO DR. LE GEAR'S POULTRY POWDER is an excellent remedy for poultry d seases and keeps the poultry healthy and laying. Sold by LAFAYETTE DRUG STORE, T. B. HOPKINS, JR., Proprietor?. PHONE NO. 259. .13 1 Ii 61 i :+.#+++0000++++o*o00+-++O++000++Oo MOUTON BROS General Merchandise ___ _OUR AIM Best Goods at Lowest Prices, Consist ent With Quality. self from an embarassing situation, Geraldine confesses to the woman. The aunt, after a lecture, gives Ger aldine the money and orders her to return it to Reggie. This Geraldine attempts to do when Reggie appears at the house that evening as one of her husband's guests. To her indig nation, the contemptible wretch tries to make love to her. Ripping off the dress that has caused the trouble, Geraldine throws it into Reggie's face. The guests learn the story. What they do to Reggie will bring a hearty laugh from every photoplay patron. Chick With Four Legs. Nicholas Hoffpauir, of* the First Ward, brought to The Advertiser of fice today a well developed chick with four legs-two in actual ser vice and two pendant and useless The chick is 14 days old, strong and healthy and Mr. Hoffpauir says peep ed thru a bole in its back. Ta Repair Road Grader. The Third Ward steam road grad ing machine has been placed in the garage for general repairs. The ma chine is in bad shape and must be thoroughly overhauled before it can be put to further service. Applying for Pardon. I am applying for a pardon. DERTIEDE PELLERIN. Our handsome stock of spring dress goods are now ready for your inspection, call and P_~ the lovely new patterns-Schmulen's.