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and ADV TIBE i.1jg i'tt I ~ I isrsh a1 l.,In The Sentinel. ad At tmLS0 OfioWl Jarml of m the Peih @& aiourohe nd Qu@rdia of t*hi Iabe t ad the Town. ol THIBODAUX, LA., AUG. 10, 1901. No._ Railroad Schedule. irto Railway c.. Ito rob LAVOURCUU Ra.NCE. L. I Donaldsomvl;s. La. , s a:We· a. m. Arrive at 8:40 a. m at 8:46 p. m. I lave at .t: p. m -MAI LIEU. --s- la. I Donaldsonville, La. t Bound. - at :0 p. m. I Arrives at I.04 a. . . v t 6:16 a. m. I Arrives at 11:2 a. m. st 7 a. m. ILeavLes at 4:43 a. i at :16 p. m. LeIaves at :(06 p. m pWs AL.L.U k NEw RoAeS BRAxcU. at 3:S2 p. re. | Arrives at 6:18 p. , PERSONAL POINTERS Sr. Theo. P. Bergeron, of Houam .paw the fair here Sunday. . - Jos. Daspit of Hot. n. mete guest of Judge Eagerran f- family saturday sad Sunday. Tbe Sentinel received a pleasant he oes Thursday from Mr. L. A. ,dsagr, of Lower Latfourche. Mrs. Jastillien Foret and family :sve returned from a pleasant solourn g grand Ise. Mr. C. J. Barker are entertainiug s. Lee J. Foret lady and three in erestisg children. Hap. Oscar Duga,, Clerk of Court ; Assumption Parish, was in town t Wednesday. Mr. Voloey Knob!ok cnn be found ti bs post agaiun after a beu.flcial d pleasaut trip to Grand Isle. Vsey is as fat as ever. * Me sad Mrs. Theo. ¶orres and $U boy of Kruemer La. were guests SIcr. sad Mrs. L C. Waterbusy last gaggay and Sandiy. Mt. I &. P. Boberts, former attachee S ooe spent last Sunday with .ere gstukning to Houmn gg jbamgilve weakness, nervous. -S- pals H the side, latulence, din. , wakefulmeus, headache and alWr asmoyiog aecompauiments of gemses, HlRBINE is a prompt Slmsatildl remedy. Price, 50 ."e or sal be Thbibodaux drug Mr. m. Rleksa a commercial the Crescent City was in auet after an aisence of 5 tJ. I h Pierson, severed his eon as druggits with Dr. Ducroeq, s aeorped the position occupied by `!f late Mr. Bailey at the Meyer hg 8tore. He has been at hia post di Maday. itAns hot weather is a great I es the digestive power of bah Anw" Me puny and feeble they Ms be given a dose of WHITE'S SCLM VERMIFUGE. Price, 25 m. For sale by Tibodaux drug Mr. Ed. Cherault, a very accommo. andl pleasant young man of aWdty tl now acting as Clerk at the GeoggagreIal oBtel. Mr. Laisa Blum left for Elm Hall near Napolponville, last y, where he accepted a position, lmtlsel will pay him a weekly what ATsI It Tells. 3: mat mirror of yours shbows a sallow complleton, a jaun-. bok, moth patches aod blotchz l. ski, it's liver trouble; but Dr. b New Life Pills regulate the perify the blood, give clear skin, eL~c krich complexion. Only at All druggists. l. Mur Levy. of Napoleouvillc, beinesse vietor here during the exteund our sympathy to Mr Robert H. Frost in the lose infant son, August M. whb y morniog. Remaini Jm aSt. Joseph Cathoik Syesjeerday evening. r SVOmeUL etIh Arliversary. * This week The Bank of Thibodaux oelebrates it~ aamlversary. It is a matter for congratulation thai bkk enters its second decade with a largely increased Its prospects were never before so flattering and siagement begso thank the public most hearty for -eferoun Patrenage. ....... What most people want is some- ' thing mild and gentle, when in need of a physic. Chamberlain's Stomach w and Liver Tablets Sil the bill to a dot. They are easy to take and pleasant on effect. For sale by Roth drug < store. a Conductor Woodwarzl of the T. & I P. Road is enjoying a week's rest, he v a. will again resume his work next 'I week. a "A R EA E Dsus s Dth ld T ag mt Mrs. O. Gauthreaux is now occupy a ilg the store recently erected by her on her lot on St. Philip street. . The laws of health require that the n bowels move once each day and one of penalties for violating this law is piles. K3ep your bowels regular by it taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stom. L. ach and Liver Tablets when necessary 1i and you will never have that severe e punishment inflited upon you Price, E 4 25 cents. For sale by Roth drug ti n store. li g Websters 9 New Roads 6. I The Webster base.ball club man. .t aed to get out their regular team for the first time last Thursday and succeeded in defeating th - New Roads club with great ease. They did not d take the last four innings. We are ii informed that the Webster8 are to cross bats with the best club of the coast league at Sportsman Pairk on d New Orleans next Thursday. Tusroass, ALA., July 28, 1878. it Dr. C. J. Morrrr--My uar Sir: Justice to you demands that I should e give you my experience with your h excellent medicine, TEETHINA. a Our little girl, just thir' eo months E old, has had much trouble teething. E Every remedy was exhausted in the s. shape of preseriptions from family i. physicians. Her bowels continued a I to pass off pure bloend and burning f fever continued for days at a time. h it Her life was almost despaired of 0 Her mother determined to try TEE g THINA, and in a day or two there was a gre..t change-new life had returned-.he bowels we-re regular, ii and, thanks to TEETHINA, the lit. a tie babe is now doing well. Yours, 5 etc. D. W. MClIVER, Editor and Proprietor Tuskegee (Ala.) News. 2 I' On July 2nd and 16th and August r 6th and 20th, and September 3rd and i 17th, The Southern Pacifle.Sunset Route will sell from all stations, round trip Homeseekers' ticketllp t all points in California at rate orlu Be l rst.olass Ilmited fare. pnlus $2.00. y ---*-'-.---I 8 Fashions For The Stout. g The general run of fa:shion p,!ates are the despair of those women whom nature has decreed for stoutness, of Swhom time has snowed with gray hair. Many fashion cuts .how an impossible avlph.l!ke form of women everlastingly youthful. THE DELIN 11 =ATOr , whose long career of sueces at shows that it meets the needs of w, women, contains in the September y number a special article, carefully illustrated and devoted to the attire of stout and elderly women. This article, with its practical, useful ad vice about tabrics and quantities, wil, abe appreciated by those who are neither slim nor under twenty-one. t I Necrological. S Mrs. Justine Thibodaux, widow of B. G. Thlbodlaux, died at her residence near Sebriever last Thursday after a e lingerng illness. Her remains were inteted in St. Joseph Catholic ceme tery amid a number of friends and r relatives. Deceased lerves several •s children and grand children to mourn o her loss among whom is Mrs. E. W. Is Blake a resident of this place. The ic Sentinel extends its sympathy to the relatives in this their sad hour of be. reavement. ( . .. . , manmm • i I l The Webeters Going to New Orleans. t Here is the line up of the teams g that will play ball at Sportsman Park eQ on next Thursday. i Websters- -Pierce. p.; Roach, c.; k Knobloch, lb.; Dorothy, 2h.; Mor. f e vant, 3b.; Gilbert, a. s.; Scally. I. 1.; hf t Trosclair, c. f.; Ledet, r. f; Bertliard v and Ledet extra. City League Picked Nine-O'lRouke, h, Baiser, p.; Mooney, Vittur. c.; Gayle, cl lb.; Phelan, 2b.; Piper, 3b.; Drew, oi . a.; Cusack, I. L; Fromherz, c. L; e1 Balser, r. f. a A Entertainers. B The Entertainer's Euchre Club en. a, V joyed another of their many pleasant I, e evenings at the Thibodaux Opera B , House, last Tuesday night, where b g they were entertained in a most de. R lightful style, by one of their charm, rc tog and accomplished membeis, Miss Lucy Roger. O After the guests had all arrived B progressive euchre was inlutgd in B and the contestants eagerly battled 1 for the neat prizes that were awarded B after eleven games had been pla)ye'. t After the distribution of t he t riz,'s, amd refreshmenuts had been partakee, , e dancing served to entertain the guess 81 for the rest of the evening. The following were present : Misses B. Rivierre, E. Engerran, Vivian Knobloch, Lea Braud, of New Orleans, Bertha Foret, Anna, Cecile and Pauline Dansereau, Camille Del. ~ourt, of Houma, Corinne Aycock, Lucy Roger, Mrs. R. M,'Mahon, of ye r New Iberia, Mrs. P. L. Brand and gi Mrs. Joe Pajos, and Messrs. P. L. pl Braud, C. A. Badeaux. Dr O. O . L. Braud, L. Lancaster, Ed. McCulla, I. at B Perrin, Dr. H. Smith, Paul Delaune, si 1 Ernest Roger, Eugene Bobtchaux Jr., it and Gaston Trosclair. T 1st Prize (ladies) Mrs. R. McMa. hon, 2d Mrs. P. L. Braud, booby Miss rn C. Dansereau. ilk Gents 1st, Mr. L. Lancaster, 2nd hi Mr. P. L. Braud, booby, Mr. C. A. IN Badeaux. 01 ee D ii Ques ons fr Women a As. ye. mwm S Ass y ,rn coilei.ly en h i n D7 ye6 erd a y m0e10 1at S yesr answ e ba Y w d Casdls sa s. Do ye1 pi eas - Mt f ad dsab wodi ka n ofo br ylM g Wn den ° Cosyl, pemasntds d yres aew te1 blast nY vors aleh, lo dep a eoeM a Lakcai spats mgie e f disds .t ad adat athims at 3r Alh at by ir d 1" `r isete g ust g. aieo e yetea1 ad 1W l.s oasel as.wO a _ ien. t n d st.... n Iicnds b tahm at hams. Tmah a gerI nmerr ient Mva. Lss T. asO A t S. L .elr . ssyas *I "m pIdjads amw d ars of aass a lo ad Tackey Party. s enth reiss L A nnmher of our yang men en a ' joyed a pleasant drive down the bsy- a on last Mooday in order to enjoy the '. hospitality of Dr. Ducrocq. The 'j )eent was a tackcv party given by the D.eto'r and lady at their large i aid ncmmodlows residence in honor a of their guests Miss Z. Ilailey of t Lafayette and Miuss . Perkins of a New Orleans. The odi and strange g costumes worn by the guests etised J much laughter and werrimenl Prizes were awarded Miss Balley , 5 and Dr. Ducromvu it haviug been no Lt animous!y decided that their costumes dwere the "tackiest". , Hotel. Donnaud A. 5. DONNAUD, Prep. First class aecommoda. tion for Commercial tra velers. Sample rooma on the premises. Lafourche Cros'ing, . . Ta ( Surprise. - The beD Miss Juanita Foret was granted a h )leasant and agreeable surprise by I' some of her friends last Wednesda1 trip ,vening. The young lady was com- theI uletely surprise as she in no way sus. in ull ected that she would be accorded Pual such a pleasant evening. The family as ill tact been notified of the affair in ad t raene, so when the guests arrived it char Ia not long before Miss Juanita and ter asecomplished sisters proved w harraing hostesses. Euchre and 8. F. other games served to while away the vening. The following were presrnt. Misses Lea Braud, Marie Bonneau, R if New Orleans, Alice Abribat, of R ockport, Gertrude Folsevof Tallieu, larie Danserean, Nita Fouet, Berths TI icehard, Olympe Tounl, Sadie Gaude, is o0 knnie Cherault. Ondine Berthelot, tioo. 3ertha, Ell, Lucy Foret, Jean Foret tead nod Mrs. J. Foret. Messrs. Henry how .agarde, Eugene R,,bichanr, Phil Rec old Ed. Naquin; Albert Aycock, Nor. title trt Roth, Leonard Cherault, Reginald I'y I 3adeaux, Gaston Aucoin, Emile; B. Thol, Jo.. and Jas. Bourg. Fulton volu togers, Volney K:zoblock, L. II. Lan- mon rster, Frank Harmon. more Ladles 1st, Prize won by Miss fortd )lympe Toups, 2nd, by Miss Ondine Part lerthelot, Booby, by Miss Marie FI tonneau, Geuts 1st, by Mr. Norbert are I Loth, 2nd, by Mr. Osaton Aucoin, Exp 3ooby by Mr. Phil Naquin. and ceipl 0ALWO .A . IMr. us ties Ti liad IN NW u man --I-ast --- .Cm To ADVERTISEMENT. "Lost Their Money." ,,, Baton Rouge, August, 1, 1901. To OUR Svscaluras:-Several N. ears ago feeling that we were not N. etting a first class and efficient tele. bhone service in the town of Baton touge, we organized and put in oper It Ition a telephone exchange, owned undo nd operated by local people, under disec he name of the Merchants & Planters 'I iler relephone Company. pleti We have endleavored to give value cons uceived for the money, and believe requ hat we have succeeded. We find, trali aowever, that a telephone plant is and Loth expenosve and troublesome to cant uperate, and that it r quires for the selvi socessful operation of the plant the loss oonatant attention of skilled operators won mnd workmen. whit The (uimberland Telephone & Tel yea. 'graph Company, a corporation which ineb employs the highest class of skilled ing Labor; and devotes itself entirely to disc the telephone business, having estab- cure lished itself ini our town, we feel that mati t is to the best interests of all for us reen to dispose of our property. and quit forn the business No town is large eu- into augh for two telephone companies, wen and in taking this step we believe that 31 we are acting for the best interests of BA, all parties concerned. YO1 We have lost money in the venture, is it but we congratulate ourselves and the sp people of Baton Rouge upon the fact so that we now have as good telephone that service as can be obtained anywhere. plea We heartily recomm a I the service be , of the Cumberland Telephone & Tele- wtlt graph Company to our present sub, taki scribers, and to all who may desire havy telephone service. pric Yours truly, have MEiCHANTr AND PLANTrlI TELE- met PRONE COMPANY. i;tel Per BaN R. MIAYE, witl Treasurer & General Mauager. tea, disc Evidently no effort has been spared free to make The Ladies' Home Journal be for August a positive boon to its rea- ing ders during these warm midsummer dise days. Its light, readable art'cles, "Hl( bright stories, clever poems, charmng the music, and iumerous Ibeautiful illius. thun trations afford the easiest and plea. bod santest kind of entertainment for leti. oth: sure hours. Enchanting views of the dire lovely scenery in the Engadine Valley , Spe and among the Swiss anld Ita:inn lakes, whl as well as such de:ighlttul articles as Sco "The Singing Vrl!age of Germany" on l and "What Girl-hife in Italy Means," Deg allure the thoughts to foreign l:nds, CO, while there are timely suggestions Stri about "The Picnic Basket," "Keepmng I j a Bouse Cool in the Dog.Days," and den S9es8Sde Toys and How to Make Them." Other thoroughly interest. ing contributions are "The First White Baby Born in the Northwest," ".My Boarding School for Girls," and me the usual serial and department arti- ve i cles. By The Curtis Pubsmshing Com. soli pany, Pluladelphia. One dollar a a y year; ten cents a copy. ealst WHEN YOU " .. GET MARRIED 0 You want rome handsome and stylish Weddlang ll- atioans. We esn sull you. The beet sseorIed s oek T. ever in towanad lota or it. Tio SEINTEL, Gees P#W7rt a9e SMreCL7rr. 9 [he transit limit on these tickets will a fifteen days, asid final limit twenty Ie days from date of sale. In making preparations for this rip the traveler should not overlook he fact that the excursion cars used o this service are operated by the 'ullman company on the same plan a firt.class sleepers, and that the erth rate is less than half that harged in first class sleepers. For rates and further information, rrite F. B. MORSE, L. J. PARKS, P. T.M. G.P. & T. A. Houston, Texas. Rice and How to Cook it. The Southern Pacfic-Sunset Route out again with a decided ionova ion. The passenger depsament is eaching the people of the- country ow to cook rice. "Two Hundred Leceipts for Preparing Rice," is the itle of the rice cook book just issued y Passenger Traffic Manager S. F. 1. Morse, and a perusal of the unique olume will, of a surety, make the south of the reader water for one or aore of the delectable dishes setl orth, in which rice is entirely or in ( csrt used. 1 1 Fifty thousand copies of the books ,re being distributed at the Buffalo zxposition by the Southern Pacific, nd copies will be forwardei on re eipt of ten 2 cent stamps, sent to Ir. S. F. B. Morse, passenger traffic sanager Southern Pacific, Houston, ecxas. THE HOME GOLD OUBE. La Ingenious Treatment by which Drank. ards are selmg Cared Daily It Spite of Themsives. oe Noxeious eses. No Weakealag of the Nerves. A PlFeasat and Positive Care for the LUqer Habit. It is now generally known and inderstood that Drunkenness is a lisease and not weakness. A body Ilied with poison, and nerves com iletely shattered by periodical or onstant use of intoxicating liquors. aluires an antidote capable of neu ralizing and eradicating this poison, nad destroying the craving for intoxi ante. Sufferers may now cure th-m elves at home without publicity or oss of time from business by this wonderful "HOME GOLD CURE" rhich has been perfected after many rears of close study and treatment of nebriates. The faithful use accord. Dg to directions of this wonderful liscovery is positively guaranteed to :ure the most obstinate case, no natter how hard a drinker. Our ecords show the marvelous trans 'urmation of thousands of Drunkards nto sober, industrious and upright nen. WIVES CURE YOUR -HUS 3ANDSII CHILDREN CURE kOUR FATHERS II This remedy ain no sense a nostrum but is a pecific for this disease only. and is THE so skillfully devised and prepared hiat it is thoroughly soluble and ileasant to the taste, so that it can )e given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "CURE" admin istered by loving friends and relatives One I without their knowledge in coffee or tea, and believe today that they discontinued drinking of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by apparent and mlsleal I ing "improvemeut." Drive out the lisetse at o.ee and for all time. The 'HO IlE GOLD CURE" is sold at - the extremely low price of One Dollar, thus placing within reach of every body a treatment more effectual than others costing $25 to $50. Full directions accompany each package. Special advice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge. Scot prepasd to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept. C892 EDWIN B. GILE &* UOMPqANY, 2330 and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia. All currespondenee strictly coni dential. WANTED - TRUSTWORTHY men and women to travel and ad vertise for old established house of solid flnaocial standing. Salary $780' a year and expenses, all p'able in cash. Nocanvassingrequired. Give references oand enclose self.addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg., Chicago. 38 26t Commercial Hotel tFormerly Straigers' Hotel.) 1, . . A. . raO , Paor T. 20. 2Basurawr, CI O nn. Fazz Bus--Fau 8AMPLa Rooxu. opposite City Hall, Thibodaux, La 2 L - OFFICE OF The Colonial Shoe Co. Makers ofst Men's Shees, hd I thal are iade sle Wear. - "Shoes that are Stylish," "Shoes that are Right," "Shoes that are Guaranteed." BostoD M&aI. April 16th 1901. Mr. Chas. A. Badeaux, Thibodaux, La. Dear Sir :-It gives us pleasure to give you the exclusive right to sell "COLoNIAL" shoes in your town. When offering this shoe to your trade, you can assure them you are giving them every ounce of value for the money. The leather used in the manufacture of "COLONIAL" shoes is always well selected, and carefully tanned, and the workman ship is of the very best, as we employ none but the best skilled journeymen workmen. We guarantee our shoes to give perfect satisfar. tion. Wishing you success with our goods we are Nj Very Truly Yours, THE COLONIAL SHOE CO. The above speaks for itself. If you need shoes you should give our "Coloniale" a trial. Regular styles, $3.50. Low Cut Oxfords for Summer 2.50 and 8.00. THE RACKET STORE, (Originator of Low Prices.) Phone 180. Chas A. Badeaux, Prop R.E P MENAR4 THE fLANT OF THE m THIBODAUX BIICK WORKS WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best awl cheap est brick in the market................ One million bricks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS, LAURENT K. FOLBE, MANAGER. PHONE 12 _ E. J. BRAUD. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE EMILE LEFORT i *ueressor to LEORT A TRTIRIAU Livery, Feed , ....AND.... ..8.ale StableB. Undertaldking K Establisbmient ,. Blacksmith and D Patriot St. Cor. Levee and larket, Thibodaux. . DR. JOS. L. DREXLElR, VETEIlNARY SURGEON, LEON DREXLER'8 STABLE, THIOD4U V. LA LGlU DISTANCE TELECHIIOIE 3 IODIX TELEPyBE 128. . ."'