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ibodasu, las. Jan. 2n,. 1902. ER Parish IBard of Directors of S. rn.h of LUftunrche met this day A ist and called-seasioa, the Pre t in the chair and the following H present: N. C. R'fert, Paul PR P. F. Caillouet, Alcude Chauvin bnger and the Secretary ex. Superinten.ent. Absent: DI. R Paul Meyer and F. Deramee. minutes of the last meeting J. read and approved as recorded. P Ouion Academy was ordered re opeuel on Monday, the sixth E aury, 1902, the salary of the T for this month to be paid gd the special fund derived from T taes on property of the town of sax. F offer of Mr. C. A. Kraemer to l the school house on the lot do, j to the Board by Mr. Laurence er, and to transport the mater. there for free of ch:arge from Des tf s station was accepted and a Board will therefore furnish all 2 materials necessary for the pInr T Yhe President was authorized to a lot upon which to transfer la rest or RBnlrigue School and contract for the said transfer of " School house. The Supelintendent was authorized C all the St. John Ferry for twenty "s, the Angelloz Ferry for twen dollars, the J. T. Badeaux Ferry , twelve dollars and the Buckhoru ( to the best advantage. A letter from Mr. D. M. Hatcher read, m which attention was call. t to the necessity for repairs on the a School House. The matter referred to Mr. J. R. Gheens for STb matter of repairs on the Pierce house was referred to Director Deramee for consideration. 1 Or. R. H. Dowuman, at this time I before the Board and de. that it was necessary that a should be opened at Des Alle and offered on behalf of the company that he represents 1 Ish a temporary building for I house, free of rent, provided School Board furnished a teacher. oler of Mr. Downman was ac and the school was ordered to p ened at Des Allemands, on the rche side of the Bayou. Ihe Committee on Assignment ted the following report, which adopted in its entirety, with the herestter to be noted. SAsgellao, Miss Julia Head; Brule A. J. Mtehelet; Enterprise, Coriane Aycock; Lagarde, Miss t Koobloch; St Anna, Miss LeBlane, Princtpal, Miss Bon iigglnbotham, Asst; Billin, Mrs. Davis; Bourgeois Settlement, Anna Fey; Scally, Miss Amelle ;Toups, Miss Cecilia Chan. A&del, Miss Lea Chauvlo; Wbre A. Troe6; Bergeron, A. J. ;Prosper Thibodanx, Miss Us6; OGaude, Miss Cecle Gue. , olumbian, C'harles . Gandr; Nary, Mma 8ally Bertty; Race YMuass Joanna Oleason; Rouel, i. . Maddoux, Principal, Miss iadduz, Anat; Chchey, Mass LY. Mouch; Matberne, A. C. e; Upper Choopie, Miss Ouedry; Lower Chouple, Miss Bigginbothsam; Mathews, Mar Thompson, Prineipal, Miss Kennedy, Ast; Folse, Alexan. I. Folse; Breaux, Miss Clotilda ; Lockport, E O. Payne, Prin Miss Nellie Tuite, Miss Agnes Miss Allace Price, assistants; ux, Miss Theresa Foret; Del Miss Theresa Palughi; LeBlanc. Maggie Tuite; T. Bourgeois, Lvdia Lambert; Ledet, Mrs. W. .rang; Lefort, W. C. Lorraine; ,Jos. H. Proice; Oheens, Miss Bourgeois; Vacherie, Miss Bourgeois; Bayou Boeuf, Miss Lobrano; Bowie, Wm. Moe k; Elliot, Miss Nellie Pace; Academy, A. F. Knobloch, pal, Miss Clara Levron. Miss laforest, Miss Frances Malihot, Emma Kent, Assistants. vote for the above assignme nts Imous except in regard to Principalship of the Lockport where the vote stood five for 1. O. Payne and one, Mr. N. C. Sagainst him. tollowing bills were presented, .e requisite appropriations made - the same : Public School F. Associa , tfor beaters and coal the Lockport School, 22 90 - oedry, repairs on school house, 3 24 tebdent's expenses at Convention of Superintendents, 8 00 "McCormick, repairs on I school lOue, 6 7U Naquin & Keeler, exp. of Supt. as visiting schools, 16 00! by Edgar F. Riviere, sundries, 12 75 S. I. Coulon, blackboards, etc. 7 50 . Adolphe Rossignol, repairs to gli grate of G. A. 2 50 fin H. Riviere & Co. heaters, etc 24 75 sil Paul Scott, freight on desks bI from Lockport to Bayou i Blue. 25 00 the Robert Champagne, purchase Re of St Charles Ferry outfit. 130 00 J. S. Levron, sundrles, 1 25 ili Paul Scott, exp. for St. Dc Charles Ferry, 20 00 ho Edgar F. Riviere, sundries, 2 35 n Thibodaux Sentinel, slat i",ery the for Supt. 1 50 an The Canton Company, chart tal for G. A. 7 60 toi Freight and drayage on same, 1 38 mt A. J. Tetreau, coal for O. A. 4 00 ha J. O. Knobloch, saundies to G. A. 4 50 There being no f at her business, so for the present, the School Board adjourned to meet on Monday, the i 20th of .January, 1902. THoxAS STARK, M. 1. Presidlent. TIIOMAS A. BADKAL'X, See. and Supt. --- p--- on Had To Conquer Or Dis. to "I was just shout gone," writes in Mrs. Rosa Richbrd'on, of L:aurel Springs, N. C., "I had Consumption 1e so bad that the best doctors said I an could not live more than a month, q but I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery and was wholly cured by to seven bottles and am now stout and gr well." It's an unrivaled life saver in di Consumption, Pneumonia, La Grippe A, and Bronchitis; infallible for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever, Croup or ti. Whooping Cough. Guaranteed bot ties 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free H at All Druggists. - __ -. .p4m-- -.- Mr. Young's Armor. The beautiful suit of armor worn by Mr. James Young in the first ac'. 4 r of "Quo Vads" has an interesting history, it being a gift to Mr. Young ,from a noted tragedian. Mr. Young was juvenile leading man for Thomas re SKeene, and his histronic ability and h, ineliuatiou for hard work eudeared a him to the star. e After Keene's death it was found v s that he had bequeathed his favorite of 1 suit of armor to Mr. Young in appre- h ciation of his services. d The suit is of exqui-ite woekman ship and is almost unique, there being r Sbut one like it, which is in the Britibh I o museum. Mr. Young is, natural:y, very proud of so rare a suit, not only for its in trinsic value, but for all that the gv. It ing of it implied. from so great a ge h nius as Keene, whose mantle, ii is T Ssaid by many, has fallen on the shoulders of his youthful protege. Sreman's Close Call. "I stuck to my engine, although a every joint ached and every nerve is was racked with pain," writes C. W. B. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of a Burlington, Iowa., "I was weak and pale, without any aspetite and all , run down. As I was about to give e up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters q. and, after taking it, I felt as well as SI ever did in my life." Weak, sickly, run down people always gain new life, strength and vigor from their use. STry the.m. Satisketion guaranteed . by All Druggists. Price 50 cents. Bank Notice. The annunal meeting of the Stock. holders of the Bank of Lafourche, for the election of eleven directors to . serve for the enuaing year will be ,held st the omoee of the Bank on SMooday February 17th 1902, at4 o'clock p.m. K. J. BRAUD, S28-3t Cashier. Bucklen's Armes Salve. 1as world wide fame for marvel Ions cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Comrn, Burns, Boils, Sores, FeP I- lons, Uloers, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Fe cver sores, Chapped Hands, Skin Erupt o ties; Infallible for Pile. Cure guar anteed. Only 25e at All Druggists. Carnival Notice. 1 All persons interested in the Grand Masquerade Ball at the Thibodaux Opera House under the ausplees of the Thibodaux Carnival Club on the 11th of February, 1902, are hereby notified that San admission fee of $2A0 will he charged for gentlemen who are not members. That only active members of the asso. a elation will be allowed to enter masked. Thatsouvenira and admit cards will be t, on sale at the Thibodeaux Drug Store until the Ilth of Februay at 12 o'clock M. That an admission of 2ie. will be charged to witness the coronation of the Queen also series of beautifully arrang ed Tableaux. STickets for the coronation will be on sale Feb. 1st at V. J. Knobloch's music Sstore Main street. or An Exceptionally Strong C. Number. The excellence and variety of the ,ifeatures presented by the February number of THI DLINATron are typi, de cal of the progressiveness of this favorite woman's magazine. The fashion matter is as timely as special Scorrespondents at the world's most , important ?fashion centres can make 0 it. Ira D. Sankeyv continues the Sstory of his tour. and his description 4 of the Holy Land is even more inter esting than his story of the journey through Egypt. Prof. Anthony Bar D0 ker, contributes the first series on Athletics for Women, the article deal. ing with Phlysical Culture at Home. 3 Dr. (GraCe Peckham Murray iutroducea a series of articles on Child Training by describing the disposition and tendencies of every day children. In the series of N,,table Women Dr. 8. IL Elliott gives some interesting glimpses of '1harlotte Cuslnan. A finely illustrated article on The Trea. sures of Jewish Ceremonial is contri. buted by Waldon Fawcett. The story by Helen Chonte Prince, Reflected I~ights, has all the delicate charm of that atitLor's work, and The End of a Resolve, by Margaret Whillans Beard.l sley, is full of dramatic interest. A Disappearing Race is a profusely illustr:ated article treating of Poor Do's squaw and the palPonse. In the household department Alice M. Kel khgg deals in a practical way with floor covetings; Margaret Hail gives the first of her lessons in Cookery; and Anna W. Morrison illustrates a table attractively set for a Washing ton Lunch. The children's pages maintain their high standard. The other departments of the magazine have their usual interest. STATE OF LOUISIANA. 20th Judicial District Court-Parish of Lafourche. I)REYFt'S VWEII.. AND CO. Vs N. 30.7 V. HELLEIO. T AKE NOTICE THAT PU'RSI'ANT to an order and decree of the above Court granted January Sth lr"t and to, a Commission to me directed in the above entitled and numbered suit I will offer for sale at public auction pursuant to law to the last and highest bidder on the premises situated on St. Mary street in the town of Thibodaux, on SATUIRDAY FEBRUARY 8TH 1902, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. all the property Seized and attached in the above Suit to wit: The contents of a ('ertain Grocery store situated on St. Mary street in the town of Thihodaux, consisting of groceries, wares, Liquors and Merchan dises. Also one horse, one ('art and one Gig, &e as per Inventory on file in my office. On the following terms and Condi tions to wit for Cash. JAMES BEARY, Sheriff of the Parish of l.afourche. HOWELL & MfARTIN, Attvs of Plaintiffs. January 25th 1102. THE STATE OF IAOUISIANA. 2ith Judicial District Court,-Parish of Lafourche. S.I'cE-r loN OF LEON BRODREAtrI AND WIFE, NO. 1636 PROBATES. Whereas, Thomassin Boudreaux, a resident of the said Parish and State, has made application to be named and appointed administrator of the afore said Estate. Now, therefore, all persons, creditors and heirs and others interested, are hereby warned and notified to file their oppositions to the said application in writing with the Clerk of said Court, at As his ofiice in the Town of Thibodaux, ten days after the first notice hereof, other wise the said applicant will be named and appointed as such administrator as Nt required by law and in accordance with law. In Testimony Whereof, I -- Witness my hand and the im 1.l .. press of the seal of my office, at 1 Thibodanx, La., this 27th. day of UC January A. D., 1902. di P. J. AUCOIN, fil D'y. Clerk of said Court. TIHOMAS A. BADEAUx, of Counsel. 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One lot situated on Jackson street, desirable location to build residence. 42 Apply to ThoxAs A. Rivisas. USE.... Dr. Meyer's SW a te" r, L 50C. A BOQTTLEI TO THE DEAF.-A rich lady! cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial I1. Ear Drums, gave 25, ooodols, to his E. Institute, so that deaf people unable C. to procure the Ear Drums may have them free. Address, The Nicholson Institute, 780, Eigh'h Avenue, New C York 43-1y Get fat on Tono-Toniqu'e buy a bottle at Thibodaux Drug Store. 12 A Rare Bargain. FOR SALE:-One Aultman & Taylor A rice thresher, in perfect condition. Capacity, 350 to 400 sacks daily. One three-mule cart. For particulars apply to POLMER BROs., 27 Schriever, La FRANKLIN HOTEL PETER FEY, PROP. First class Accommodations Board by the day $1.00 and $2.00. Also board by the week and month. Meals Served at all Hours. Cor. St. Louis and Market Streets. Adjoining Bank of Thibodaux. ALBERT J. 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