TIllE TULLIE LINI.
The election hell ito Braux
Bridg-e Mondi in favor ,of the
Southwestern Traction and Power
Company, was cart isd by a unani
ruiins vote, which is a sure indlica
tiomi that the peoplte f this section
are in favor this lIie.
l'h-l next electionr will be in La
fayette ii a shoit time, where, we I
learn thereu will bI, sume ,op posi.
tion, but if Lafayette was to vote
agatant thils proposillun it wiuld
be pelrhaps better for us as Ar
naudvillle, Leoiville andl Opelou
sase, we ItIarII ale anxious to Kgt the
linle atn are ready to vote a tax in
favor of thisa line, and this, we be
Iitve wonil In us uch better for us
as it \unld iuln the entire length
of St. Martin parish and through
one of the finest sections of Lou
W\ wulil Inu(ih prefer to see
the lini run to thoset places than
to Lafayette as it would be of
gisater beieftit to this entire seo
ton, anti we .-ven believe it would
be wise fit our people to take this
matter up aith the railroad Com
pany and with the people of the
townes menltlolied above. Our con
nection with New Iberia would
put us in close touch to the
Frico tand all trainb ou the S. P.
The Mayor Won Both Cases.
Th'le decisions of Judge Jae. Si
umo in tºe contested election case
of M. L. 13rouusaed vs Albert tien
venu, for the office of Mayor of St.
Martinuvlle and in the case of Al
bert l3ionvenu Mayor vs J. A. .e
swebrr, Si., ex-"ecretary and Tre
asurer, for the possession of books,
papers ntd money held by him,
were bith affirmed by the Circuit
Court of Appeals at the session
held at .l I. beria last week.
W\\ pilsumwe that this decision
will huol titr sorunebs of the dis
appointed politiciaus who believ
ed they ,tiumud the town and own
ed the vlters aind tax payers who
were lented even the tinancial con
dition of tIih atlails of the town.
At s.ns , a, the judgwentue are
filed it, i tI Clerks Office here, the
Mayor will demand the books
from Mr. Itubeswelier, the ex-Se
cretary and T reasurer, and thouen
the authorities will be in a posi
tion to pnceed against the many
deliluuentls of taxes and water
All Saints Diay is a day that al.
w3ys biLnog to town a largoe nunil
her of poile to attend church ser
vices aiul visit th e cruletery. T'here
was thie cultoiiiy slVlices at the
church and it p tocessiutin at the
ceometery at tive o'clock ini the eve
niiiug, fori thlie bienediction of the
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIML
If you purchat, the NEW HOME you will
hvt life a s I af t at lii' pli(e youl pliy, and will
0ot hlitv in i tiell i·icc lltofrepairs
, the end
If yeoul wat a tsewing aachie, write b
ear latest catalogue before you puO~rcae.
Ti Nwm Hom Sewi ali Co., OhJan, h.
St. ýMartinville, La., Oct. 24, 1912,
Mr. P. A. Biuevenu, Agent,
St. Martinville, La. 0
Dear Sir: fr
It affords me the greatest plea- t
sure to acknowledge the prompt- ,
liess, and the courtesy with which "
you and Mr. Miazza, the adjuster w
soet by your Company, have ad- i
jeisted and settled in full on this u
day and without quibble, for the u
loss by tire on October 9th, 1912 o
to my store on Main street. i
The $904.07 paid me by The
Atlas Assurance Co. Ltd., of Lou
don for my loss fully covers the r
Yours Very Truly, p
L. C. GAITHIER r
State of Ohio. City of Tol (
Lucas County pdn. e. d
Frank J. Chleuev makes oath that he is
senior partner of the tfirm of F. J. Che- "
ney & Co., doing busiuess in the City of
Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and '
I that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
f INIDREI) DOLLARS for each and every t
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by '
the use of HIALL'S CATARRII CURE.
FRANK J CIIENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
- my presence, this 6th day of December.
a Y. 1. L886. A. W. GLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHIENEY & CO., Toledo, UO
Sold by all Druggists.
fake Hall's Family Pills for constipation
-Sheriff Wade Martin and Mr.
e Frank T. (tuilbeau made a trip to
Baton Rouge this week. Sheriff
M. Martin took Willie Delahousesaye
I to the Penitentiary where he goes
to serve a term of two years for
W, We leatu that the Messrs. Dula.
it bhoussays of New Iberia have been
u surveytgo some laud in Pointe
Claire, with a view of putting a
i large amount of lanud in rice.
r. --Mrs. Aohille Barras, aged 78
i. years, died in this parish at 1:15
o p. i., Thursday and was buried
i- here at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon.
"e The weather changed suddenly
re Ihursday night Thursday was
a warm and summer-like and Fri
a- day was cold enough to make over
n coats comfortable.
y FOR SALE OR RENT.
Tr 'he 110-acree plantation of Mrs.
Sosthiiene Judice, east of Bayou
Ieche, half-mile from St. Martin
vil le, having a tiue pecan grove.
Will rent for $300, will sell for
r 000. For particulars see
s IT IS GOOD TO BE SURE
BETTER TO BE INSUR
us El) B-ST TO BE INSUR
El) IN THE COMPIANIES
P. A. BIENVRNU,
-The oldest love letter in exis
* tence was said to be written five
thousand years ago, and those who
have read it say that there have
not been many changes in the
I style siuce.-N-. O. Item.
Wigg-Women think too much
, of clothes. Wagg--I don't know
U about that. If Mother Eve had
more clothes to thiuk about she
probably wouldn't have cared so
I much for apples. - Philadelphia
The boy's appetite is ofteu the source
of amazement. If you would have such
an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets.
They not only create a heallhy appetite.
but streugthen the stomach and enable
it to do its work naturally. For sale by
Flagged Train With Shirt.
Tearing his shirt from hi-i back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved it
from a wreck, but II T Alaton, Raleigh.
N. C., once prevented a wreck with Elec
tric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight
when I began to use them," he writes,
"my stomach, head. back and kidneys
were all badly affected and my liver was
in oad condition. but four bottles of
Electric Bitters made me feel like a new
man." A tiial will conviuce you of their
matchless merit for any stomach, liver
or Kidney tiouuble. 'll' ie 5U cents at all
Promulgation of Election.
sTATE OF LOUISIANA
I'ARIi H OF ST. MARTIN
BE Il' KNOHN that the Board of Su
pervisors of election in and for the Pa
rish of St. Martin, Louisiana, by virtue
of the authority vusted in them vsted
and in puisuauce of law did on this 26tilr
day of beptember A. I. 1912, at the hour
of Eleven o'clock A. 11. meet in open see
ioun aud proceed to open, canvas th- re
tuuns and declare the results of thbe spe
cial election called by the Mayor and
lown Council of the t'own of St. Mar
tinvilie, Louisiana. on the thirteenth
Iday of August. 191'2, for submitting to
the qualities tax payers of the 'Towu of
St. Martinville, Louisiaua, the proposi
tion to levy a special tax of three and
one half mill on the dollar per annum
on all taxable property situated in the
Town of St. Martinville. Louisiana. and
lu aid of and for the benefit of the LOU
ISIANA ELECTRIC RAILWAY AND
IOYHER COMPANY, or so much of said
three and one half mills as may be ine
cessary to realize the sum of One Thou
sand FiYe Hundred Dollars each year
for a period of tel years, beginning with
the year 1914 and extending to and in
cluding the year 1923 and to realize the
sum of lilfteen Thousand Dollars and ii,
i the event that the said sum of Fifteen
f thousand Dollars be realized, collected
and tut ned over before the expiration of
the ten yeas. tlhen and in that event the
said tax shall cehse and terminate.
r his being tl.e only plopusition voted
upon, we pioceedeU to marke the follow
ing compiled statement itas follows, of
the results of said election
and did tind that number of vot s for
and agalunst the proposition submitted
and tle assessed valuation %otrd foiu and
a against the proposition submitted were
she number of Votes cast in flaor of
the proposition aforesaid One Hundred
and Tweuty one (121).
Total amount Iln talue of assessed pro
d perty voted in favor of tile proposition,
as per the letui us Oic hundr'd aiid Fif
teen thousand Nine linudied and Forty
live Dollars ($4llSJ,.oU).
Y Total number of votes cast against the
,a proposition as aforesaid six (ui).
T- otal amount in assessed value of pro
. perty voted against the propositiou sub
mitted as aforesaid: 'Three 'Thousand
Nino Hluudred Lollals ($3,l3000.00).
Majority in uunber of tax payers in'
favor of the propositii n (.).
e. Majority in value of assesed lprperty
in favor of said pi lh.ositioi suhbmitted as
aforesaid EltillT' THOUSAND ONE
HLUNDIREDI AND THIRTY FIVE ($S,
r Upon examiniation of thile asseesmeilt
rolls of the said town of St. Martin ille.
Louisiana, the registration list and poll
tax list on tile showiiig the qualilied vo
ters of the said Town it appearing that
the said proposition was duly and legal
Iv carried by majority both in inuniber
- ald amonuts of all the liduly qualltied
tax payers of tile said Town of St. Mar
-tinville, louisiaiina. as shown by ilnspec
tlou examination anud canvas of Ihe
' sworn returu n s of tue ('ou
missioners and Clerk presiding at
said special election, we do accordingly
ratify said sworn returns of said elec
tion anid approve the same and declare
that said proposition has been duly and
legally carried both inl number of votes
and asse.sed valuation of puoperty and
I- we do acceordingly make public proclam
a ation of thesamuie.
o Thus done and signied in openii session
at St. Martiiiville, Louisiana, this hith
dlay of September A. D. 191.
A. DL. Roy.
IPHlS J. lFOURN ET,
SBoard of Supervisns.
SC. O. Baon'ssAnR.
S One second hand Singer sewing
amachine iu perfect order and with
e J. A. D)orsey,
Phone 7 2
SALESMEN WANTEDL) to look after our
e interest in St.Martin and adjacent coun
y ties. Salary or commission. Address
LINCOLN OIL CO.. Cleveland, 0.
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,
T.LAFAYETTm, . a .
With the 50 per cent. increase of appropriation allowed by
Legislature, will be a 1OOper cent better school.
Among many other improvements it will now have:
A Tlwo u ars C'ourse fur Teaclhers in flouse Ecuuowicas.
A Two Years Course for lacherals i Agriculture and Farm Mechanics.
A Professor of Biology and Biact *riology.
Au additioual Professor of Agriculrure awil Auima llIusiaudry.
A higher academic standard in its four years course.
A Preceptor of Studies in the Boys' Dormitory.
A Preceptress of Studied in the (Girl's Dormitory.
A tirector of Atiletles for b ,i ; tuil;ar for girls.
A Swimming fool. A Poultry 'arw. A Steam Laundry.
A Cuomplete Sending and RKeceiving Outlit in rsireless Telegraphy.
Ihoroug.z Practical Courses in Steznogiaphy, 'elegraphy. Business.
A Librari an and keeper of study hour classes.
airaduates of tlhe Fur Years ceurses are entitled to a First Grade Teackere' Certi
ficate. Or they may take high standinag ini Colletes. All expenses do not exceed
#1601 a year. 'Police Juries are authul a lze to appopriat, m as uuch as $250 a year
to selIl stuldents here. 'iwelie SessiolIn pens V etluesday September 1, 1912.
Write for catalog and particulars.
E. L. STEPHENS, President.
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