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Official Journal of the Parish of Lafourche and Gu an of the Interest of the Town.
Vol._37. THIBODAUX, LA., DEC. PO. 1902. - No. 22
Big Sacrifice.
TS FINE SHOES,
About ninety pairs of our
gular $3.50 Dress Shoes a
ve been placed on special's
unter and will be soldwith
t reserve at the ridiculous
low price of
2.50 A PAIR,
We make this big cut in,
ice to clear out our suruo
stock so as to make room!
our big Spring stock;(
ich will soon arrive.
Lot l--Black Button Ludgate tip, vici.
" 2- '' " Columbia tipt. \ici
" 3- ' vice lace, Luwlkate tip
" 4- ' " Coliumbia tip
" 5- " velour lace tip
" 6- Sidney tip
S7-- ' Box calf " tip
' -Chocolate vici London tip
' -- ' " Boston tip
" 10- '' vesting top, Boston tip
If you need Shoes, better take adval;tage of this sale.
ember any.pair in the lot for only $2.50.
, THE RACKET STORE,
+ - w.k riginator of Low Prices. )
180. - . Ohas A. Badeaux, Prop
in St. B de.aux ' bu idig ing
SWITH THE FINEST EQUIP
MENTS IN THE SOUTH
Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap
eat brick in the market................
Sillion bricks on hand ready for delivery.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS.
LAURENT M. FOLSE,
ý," MANAGER, PHONE 126
E. J. BRAUD,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE
EMILE LEFORT
Bucressor to LEFOILT « TETREAU
Livery, Feed
.... ' ... 
...Sale Stables.
Undertaking
- Establishment ft
~-I Blacksmith and 79 5:
Carriage
S Maker. -'
Patriot St. Cor. Lerce and .4Tarkel, Thihodatu..
Just received a nice line oi
Garland Cook Stoves,_
Heaters, Oil Stoves,
Stove Boards, Grate '
Fenders, Coal Hods,,
Stove Pipes, Window '
Glass, etc..
Disstons Cane Knives $3.75 Per Dozen. 
H. Riviere & Co. ~i
'Phone 10S. ('Cor ..ain ,9 St. Louis Sts.
rvertise in The Sentinel.
ST
Thirty Day Sale. A
Having just received an enormous stock of goods I
am compelled to inaugurate a Thirty-l)ay Sale to redl)e As
my stock. Will cut prices on all Goods as follows: ,hi
$5.00 Hanan Shoes $.4 re
$3.00 Cincinnati Sl y
LADIES SHOE5.
$2.50 Cincinnati 2. i' o
LADIES SHOF4. stl
$3.50 Pumble Slickers 2. 5 of
and all Summer Go a
such as Slippers, Low Q -
ters for Men and Wome t
Cost.
REMEMBER
S This is for 30 Days Only.
After that formner prices will prevail. of
Special Bargains in tB no
Wc
Emile J. B
Pa
, It is to our interest to
sell, as well as yours to
buy, only that brand of
Trousers which has a
t r
sound and reliable rep_
tation for cut, fit and_
durability. We can ri
hone=tly recommend the 1
"R &- W" make because
they have always give:, t
. .
Ellis Br aud's tons.
CO. oTnIUE hD G rIOW o
S The Caml rkin1 T,'eph ,ne & Telegraph Company hastESed sartement
,: r f h 's . during the month 3251
herals o a suc nessful busiess career. The
r Is a P opular cuNewspatomer, and is reognized as a good Ad
vrtiing actdium o . ... ... .... ...
.-a
-----------------------Braud's Sons.
I GQCONTINUED GROWTHT .
Tie Curkr'n.l Thir ne  ti ell E rtalishmnt turns out up-to-datemen work
of - fr -ti mth ri li c.f October, and the increas e of Printie n umber ofg.
' TliENrD A ,R!, . OR 190 A8 7N.6
Totil 'U1'i' r 1 r -i '-~ P.; 8. 10. 8S92
Brgk 1, ))
In te eti~n~ Clums a a Ppulr Nwspaer re
Irrall la uvsfl uiescaer h
Locks in the Lafourche.
The Secretary of War Finally
Signs Necessary Papers. ch
Gel
Boards May Go Ahead iy
Swh
Authority Given Them to' Or
l)am the Bayou. 19
Washington, D. C., Dec. 17.-Re- ce
presentative Broussard called ons
Assistant Secretary of War Sanger ge
this afternoon to confer with him
regarding the Bayou Lafourche locks thl
and dams, action on which has been
y'uga.fr com. months past pend
partment of protests made, by land for
owners along the upper end of the for
etteam. There was a large number ye;
of papers in the case and tha depart- ye.
ment took its own time acting on si,
them. the
Representative Broussard has been ,n
persistent in urging that better pro- I
gress be made and his work bore pI'
fruit to-day. 31r. Sanger iguedl the ins
papers during the conference. This Ml
means that the' work on the locks MI
and dams may be commenced im- At
mediately provided the people of MI
Louisiauas who ace to furnish fiuds, di
are ready to proceed. Ce
A Million Voices.
Could hardly express the thauk4 we
of Homer Hall, of West Point, Ia. isi
Listen whl: A severe co!d had se't- ne
tied on his lungs. causing a most oh Pi
stinate cough. Several physiciaus
said he had -onsumption, but could
not helI) hon. When all thought he
was doomed he Iegau to use l)r. 10
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion and writes- it compl)tely cured s
me and saved iry life. I now weigh pa
227 lbs,." It's positively guaranteed Or
for Coughs. Colds antd Lunn troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles ye
free at All Druggis's.
Catholics And School Taxes. i,
Chicago, Nov. 30.'--The Romain g,
Catholics in the United States arc an
annually payerg into the National lch
rightful taxes and are educating
1,000,000 children without charging
the country one cent for it. Yet we
have never been given one word of of
praise for this tremendous work.
The country is not to blamen for this
we ourselves are at fault, because we
have never told the United States "
what we have beeu doing." It
These woids formed part of an I)
earnest plea for National aid to the w,
Catholic schools that the Very Rev. tr
William O'Brien Pardow, S. S., of
New York City, made to an audience
of Catholics that filled the Audito- P
rium to night. The subject of the h
lecture was Saint de Ia Salle and t
Modern Education," and its object l(
the raising of funds for the use of
the teaching orders of the Catholic ti
church. The management of the if
affair reportrd after the meeting that, I
$25,000 had been the net amount p
realizvd. This sum included the t
$10,000 offered by W. Bourke Cock
ran, of New Yoik, crnditiouned upon
a like amount being raised by the
sale of seats. c
Perfect and Peerless 1
,hetuliatsIm
sad all Liver, Kldney and BDld.
der trouble ceaUsed y uric acid
i n the system. It cures by
cleansug and rit~llng the
- blood, thus removing the cause
O of diseats It gives vigor and
tone and builds up the health
and strength of the patient
while using the remedy.
URICSOL is a luminary in
the medical world. It has cured
and will continue to cure more
of the above diseases than all
other known remedies, many of
which do more harm than good.
S Thigreat and thorouhltested
Sand Mndorsed Califorma emeay
. never disa i ts It etme la-'
t falUbly if taken as directed.
1" Try it and be convinced that
it is a wonder and a blesting to
Price 51.00 perbottle or6 bot
Stles for $5. For sale by drggists
Send stamp for book of partic
Jars sad wonderful urtc. If
your druggkt cannot supply you
tt will be sent, prepead, upon
reeipt of price. Addnre:
W~rlYt4 Arums.
Necrological.
The SFNTLNI:.L regrets to have to
chronicle tilh death of Miss Mar': ed
Gentry Pugh, thla third daughter of tal
Mrs. Richard L. Pugh, of this parish,
which sad event took place in New wb
Orleans. on Tuesday, December 16.
1902, at 11:40 p. m. it I
Besites a host of friends, the de. the
ceased who was young and preposses sid
sing, leaves a loving mother, and
pre
several brothers and sisters to mourn
vie
her sad and untimely death, to whom tul
the SENTINEL extends condolence. wl
JOsEPH MOLAISON. Or
Joseph Molaison, formerly a pro. vn
m,,ie -fasuter.p sthbe ftPibh of t.- Si
fonrehe, wh-º has resided in this city Th
for the past twelve years, died here ne'
yesterday at 11 o'clock, aged 65 col
years. Mr. MolaIson acquired a con up
siderable fortune before coming to tin
the city, and has since been engaged tht
in the money brokerage business in wh
Lafourche, Aeadia and Vermillion Mt
Parishes. lie leaves a large family
including his wife, who was Miss A
Marie Alsina Lafort; five daughters,
Mrs. J. N Green, wife of the District
Attorney of the Parish of Vermillion;
Mrs. Thomas LeBlane, Mrs. E. Ca- fot
dieux, Mrs. A. Legeudre and Miss hi)
Celeste Molaison, and a son, Joseph
Molaison, Jr. Mr. Molaison was he
well known throughout southern Lou re
isiana, and wa:, a man of good busi co
ness ability andi had many friends.- fu
P'icayune.
nil
wl
On Tuesiday morning last, Dec. 16, "f
de
19012, at 1 )i'clto.k, Joseph Mo'ai: on
a native : ,.1 fo. r . i'r residint of this
parish, L1:i. : t hi:4 Itsileince in New alt
4 )O r l e a tI - Z .' r , , , , * .* r e'
Th . I.. . I w , i til twelve
years .:_n : -i ;:t r tlits pa:i.h,
where 1.i :',., t""1a-l t'.n ,li,.ltb.e
lmt,.r .,V. ;t 1:, Ireu .i n.ur e sful et,
n. rchliant ad i' it-r. I1e w.ts a v
g , l citizen aui a dev ,ted hulisbini an
and f:th:r. lHis w:f and several "
ma
chi!drer surt ne him and mourn Ini
We believe he also I-vea, il-tf
collateral relations in this parish
among whom Mrs. Frank Legendre,
of this town, who is a sister.
Foils A Deadly Attack. so
"My wife was so ill that good phy- yi
sicians were unable to help her," a
writes M. M. Austin, of Winchester, ec
Itd., "but was completely cured by to
Dr. King's New Life l'ills." They ed
work wonders in stomach anti liver se
troubles. Cure constipation, sick
headache. 25e at All I)rnggis'.s. t
hi
We have heard it rumored that Dr.
Philip J. Dansereau, who for years ai
has been established at Labadieville di
in the practice of medicine will soon g,
locate here to practice his profession. al
We do not know what foundation 01
the rumor has, but we do know that a
if it should be true, the coming of u
Dr. Dansereau in our midst will b
prove a valuable accession to our Ii
medical fraternity, which ranks high, S
-for he is recognized as a van of abili a
ty in his profes~slon aud a good physi- i
cian devoted to his calling. a
Baved At Grave's Brink. S
"I kow I would long ago have is
been in my grave," writes Mrs. S. 1I. u
Newsom, of Decatur. Ala, "if it hadI
not been for Electric Bitters. For 9
three years 1 suffered untold agony
from the worst forms of Indigestion,
Waterbrash, Stomach and Bowel vDys
pepsia But this excellent medicine
did me a world of good. Since as
ing it I can eat heartily and have t
gained 35 pounds." For Indigestion, h
Loss of Appetite, Stomach. Liver and
Kidney troubles Electric Bitters are t
a positive, guaranteed cure. Onlyt
50e at All i)ruggists. I
Special Notice. c
The Planters' Hardware & Mcr.an
tile Co. Ltd. is now lh-ated In its new
handsome building on Main street
anti invites all to c:all and inspect its
assortment of goods which contprises
a complete Wholesale andi retail
stock of Ilardwarle, Tiu and Wooden
W'are, Furniture of all kinds and
prices to suit.
Buggies and IHarness of all grades.1
Sugar Hlouse and Plantation Suip.
plies of all description
Paints and Oils in anyv qantity.
Agents for the Juo. Deere Imple i
ment Co.
Gaar Scott Co. Iice Separators.
Bodley \Vagoi Co.
Commou Sense Harrow.
The Monitor Double Disc D.:ill.
We extend an invitation to all to
call andt intsect our line of lHeaters
Sand ('ookint Stot'es.
STie PL.iTC I.: IHARWEIE A.ND L.E2
I .'>SI-IE Co. LTD. 21.
About Newtiapers.
No newspaper ever ipulliohed pleas
ed everybody, and every sensible
taker of a paper, In passing judgment
upon it, decides the matter upon the
whole appearance of the publication
from week to week, not condemning
it because he finds something printed
therein that displeases him, or con
sidering it infallible because it ex
presses, from week to wet k, his exact
views. Otherwise the unly success
tul newspaper would be the one
wlich was central upon all subjects,
or one which never expressed any
views upon a point of interest, con
ainog Itself to jnere items of uew.
These two classes of papers were
never known to exist in an intelligent
community, after being conducted
upon that principle, for any length of
time; for, a community is judged by
the out side world by the newspapers
which It supports.--The Southern
Messenger.
A ,Magazine Thirty Years Old:-The
Christmas (Deceointer) Number of
TmlE I)rLI.NEA.TOE ii also the Thir
tieth Anniversary Number.
To do justice to this number, w·hich
for beauty and utility tonchtes the
highest Inmtrk, it wonu'd tle necessary
to print the entire list rf contents.
It is suffi-ient to state that in it the
host modern writes and artists are
generously repreenited. The look
contains over 2:;o pages, with 34
fu'lpage iilustr:ations. of which 20
aire in two or monie colors Thie mag.
nitude of this I)ecemleer numlber, for
which 728 tons of paper ianl six tous
of ink have been used, may be un
derstood from the fact that 91 pres
.es ruening 14 hours :a 41.y, h:tev
lieen r iquir'ud I. t Ii.t it het biindi~g
alone of the editton of !15.1){)0 copies
represenut ,' .Z r ,I tlt),ltttI t) s.letlions
which hi:d to Ile g:th, ,d ,red \, inally
bv human hrmds.
Don't forget the condition uininat.
ed in the constitution: t-e qu:ihley
yonra'elf to vote for St, te, p, re.blii.l
a ld w:ardi ottlcers, as well a- fur pie
sident andt cegresdnmen i;i 19it4, y',-t
m'ast pay this year's p,,l: tex lefore
:he 1st, of January .xtL (1903 )
The Kin tofe s e .
Like everything else there are good
seeds and bad seeds. Seeds that grow
and seeds that don't grow; seeds that
yield and seeds that don't yield, and
a little thought given ,o' to the )el
ection of the seed you ll need, will be
found time well spent, though reahlz
ed much better at the harvest if you
select the world fiamed Ferry's Seeds
-the kind that always yield. Fen
nearly half a century Ferny's Seeds
have been known and s',wu wherever
good crops are grown, until farmer
and gardener alike, have learned to
depend upon their wonderful reliable
growing and yielding qualities, year
after year, to the exclusion of all
others.
Unfortunately the seed business
seems to afford a means for many
unscrupulous people, who aim to
blind the unwary to quality, through
littleness of price and boastful claims;
who tm reality have notlming to sulb
'stantiate their claims, no reputations
at steke. no past record as proof. It
is better to pay a Ihttle more for the
seed and be assured of a great deal
more at the ha:rvest by sowing Ferry
Seeds. The 1903 Seed Annual which
is senut free, postpad, will he founod
unusually interesting and instructive,
I Writ for it to day. Addireas, D. 1M.
SFerry & Co., Detroit, Mich.
Low Rates on T. & P.
The terrntory to which excursion
a tickets for the holidays wll he .od
has been contiderably widened: Ia
addition to the usual sale of tickets
a to points in the South Eastern States,
the Texas & Pacific Raitway Coin.
pany will also sell round trip tickets
to principal points in Mexico, Coloer
do, Arkansas, Missouri. Kansas, Iowa,
illinois, Nebraska, North anl South
Dekota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
The rate will be one fist class fare
t plus $2.00 for the round trip and
tickets may be ,urc:lhased December
13th, 17th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and
i 26th; good to return within Thirty
cldays from date of sale.
S Further Information regarding
1aite.s, through uc.rvice, sle'epers, ftre
seats in chair c ars, et(c., may be had
from any Ranlroed Ticket Agent, or
through corre.'lp ,ideuece with H. P.
Ilolghls, Traveii'g I'aers,.r Agent,
Ft. Worth, l'T.x-r . ,r l P. Tuiner,
;. 1'. & T. A., T. & P. R'y Co.,
)Dallas. ''exa.
Attentiou, Voters
'o o preserve your right of voting
s in the State andl panrochial electiou of
199t4, you must pay your 101poll tax for
t hti a year before th. fir-t of .Januairy
190.: Don't forget this.

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