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Official Journal of the Parish of Lafourohe and 'an of the Interest of the Town. VoL 87. THIBODAUX, LA,, JAN. 1 1908. o Big Sacrifice. TS FINE SHOESR, m About ninety pairs of our I ar $3.50 Dress Shoes e been placed on special ter and will be sold with reserve at the ridiculous price of 2.50 A PAI R, We make this big cut in e to clear out our suru stock so as to make room our big Spring stock dch will soon arrive. Lot 1-Black Button Ludgate tip, vici. 6 2- " " Columbia tip, vici " 8- " vice lace, Ludgate tip 1 4- " " '' Columbia tip 5- " velour lace " tip 6- " " " Sidney tip 7- " Box calf " " tip 8-Chocolate vici " London tip 9- ' " " Boston tip "10- " " vesting top, Boston tip If you need Shoes, better take advantage of this sale. r any pair in the lot for only $2.50. THE RACKET STORE, ( Originator of Low Prices. ) 180. Chas A. Badeaux, Prop St. Badeaux building LNT OF THE GDA7JI(BRICK i'd 1 KS WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Ls now prepared to furnish the best and cheap set brick in the market..................... . saon bricks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS. LAURENT X. FOLSE, MANAGER. PHONE 126 * E. J. BRAUD, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE ILE LEFORT k Sueressor to LUFORT " TETREAU SLivery, Feed ~ a .. .Sale Stables.~ Undertaking & Establishment~ Blacksmith and 1 i Carriage p a Maker I t 4St. Cor. Levee &nd Jdarket, ThibodeZuSX. received a nice line of Garland Cook Stoves, *Heaters, Oil Stoves, ~ Stove Boards, Grate ~ Fenders, Coal Hods, Stove Pipes, Window ~ Glass, etc. )htns Cane Knives $3.75 Per Dozen. H. Riviere & Co. 110 108. Cor. Main 4- St. Lou 18 Sts. ertise in The S'ntinel. Thirty - Day Sal . Having just received an enormous stock of go I amn compelled to inaugurate a Thirty-Day Sale to r my stock. Will cut prices on all Goods as follows: $5.O0Hanan Shoes $.4 $3.00 Cincinnati Shoes, 2. LAD! 1 i :HOl S. $2.50 Cincinnati 2 LADI F.3 SHOFl.EI $3.50. Pumble Slicers? and all Summer Go a such as Slippers, Low Quar ters for Men and Womeit at Cost. REMEMBER This is for 30 Days Only. 0 After that former prices will prevail. Special Bargains in Hats Emile J. Branid. S1WE - RS Our line of Men's, Boys' dr* Chil dren's Sweaters is greater in variety of colorings &' patterns than we have ever shown in the past. Our sweaters are made by the largest knitting concern in America-the "R & W' Knitting Mills. Ellis Br"aud's Sons. THIBODITAX LA. Perfect and Peerless CU 1!0~ ama ltism and %Ul Liver, ridmey ru*! I'ld der troubles cauaed a., uric acid is tie systexn. It cares by cleansing awld St .atg the bicod, thus removiar.,; .e c.use of diheve. It a 'ý r and I toe aV d O )ldit up iLe h. ith and sarength of the p:.Lat wb!!e w' n.g t : remnaly. the medical wirld. It is cured and will continue to cure more of the above diseases than all other known remedies, many of which do more harm than good. This great and thoroughlytested and endorsed Califormna Remedy 6 aliby i c takna ieted. T it and be convinced that it is a wonder and a blessing to o ` ufferin1humanity. ties fos $5. Forfaleby druggists. Send stamp far of partic mars sad wonderful cures. If your caruggist cannot suppily you it will be sent, prepa1d, upon receipt of price. Address: I uucsa. cHEMIC U C.La Angeuu COL A. BCBA American Bottling Works Thibodaux , Having organized a company for the purpose of manufacturing and selling Carbonated Drinks, we beg to respectfully inform the general pub lic. that we shall be ready fot busi ness on the let of March 1903, and be prepared to fill all orders tot Pop and other Carbonated Drinks at city prices. Our Mr. John Goyot, the general manager is an exuert in the business with long years of experience, asu our aim will be to furnish our patrons first class goods and to give them en tire satisfaction. We respe~tfully solicit a share of the public patronage, believing that it will be to our mutual interest. We ask a trial when the season opens, convinced of our ability to give sat isfaction. AMERICAN BOTTLING WORKS. Wanted. A clerk in Furnishing Store for Holiday season. In applying send references, .1'hlreCs "Clerk" care Sen tiucl Oflice. Proceedings of the School Board. sor for Thibodaux. La., Oct. 30th. 1902. hay The Parish Board of Directors of Cu the Parish of Lafourche met this day the pursuant to adjournment. Present:' nei Directors Paul Scott, Alcide Chauvin, wa Jr., Paul Meyer, L. C. Roger and Thomas A. Badeaux, Superintendent an, and Secretary. Absent: The Presi- Mc deirt and Directors Deramee, Elfer an and Caillouet. Director Scott was Di appointed President pro tein, in the pr, absence of the President. ret The minutes of the last meeting thi were read and approved as recorded. The following report of the treasur an er was read and ordered to be spread to on the minutes. Ai $Satement of Anatole J. 14. ri , Treasurer of School Fund*. To Balance on hand C. July let. 1902 $1931 24 Receipts since P. From Poll Tax $103 00 From Police Jury St Tax 105 87 From Corporation th Tax 775 00 fry From Interest on ch Daily Balances 90 04 fu From Ferry receipts 364 85 fu Total receipts for pi Quarter $143S 76 er Total Fund for WI Quarter $3370 00 st Disbursements di Teacher's Pay $4172 50 tl1 Rents, Repairs, di etc. 278 54 to Superintendent's P' Salary 266 64 Be Treasurer's Com. mission 57 49 Incidentals 62 80 Tax Collector's tc Commission 10 44 ii Total Disburse. ti ments $4848 41 t By Amount Over- et drawn This Day C( Sept. 30, 1902 $1478 40 hb $4848 41 $4848 41 Thibodaux, La. Oct. 24th. 1902. Ic A. J. BRAUD q Treasurer of School Fuads. o Attest: Taos. STARK, Pres, of School Board. ThoxAs A. BADEAUX, Sec. & Sipt. AU the public schools of the parish t to ht - Semed os - see frst Monday of January, 1902. The assignment to teachers was d then proceeded with, and the follow- d ing selections were made: ci Angelloz School, Julia Head; Ariel, Lea Chauvin; Barilleaux, Theresa * Foret; Rithborne, ......; Bayou b Blue, Emma Bourgeois; Bayou Boeuf, S ......; Bergeron. Amelie Sahatier; t Benoit, .. ...; Billin, Mary Davis; h Timothy Bourgeois, Lydia Lambert; o Bowie, .. .. ..; Breaux, Clotil'la0 l all; Brule Guillot, A. J. Michelet, principal. Lenore Engerran, assistant; c Ludivine, ......; Chacbey, Marie u M uan(h; Upper Chou pic. ......; Lower Cbhotple, Lillie Higginbotham; Columbian, Charles E. Gawle; Marce r lin Parr, Theresa Paglug ; Elliott, F ......; Enterprise, Coi'inne Aycock, 4 .F'ise, Alexa ndre M. Folse, principal, I Malrvcline Foise, assistant; Gau le, Cecile Guediy; Gheens, Helena Bour t geoia; Lubin Bergeron, H. P. Hotard, Di's Allemands, Marshall Thompson, t Gnion Academy, Albert J. Depty, principal, Clara Levron, Mary Lafor est, Frances Malshiot, Emma Kent, a ssisstants; Rodrigue, ......; La ...;Ledet, Mrs. W. F. Hiarang, LeBlanc. .... ..; Lockport, E. U. SPayne, piincipal, Alice Price, oassis- tant; Mathews, Mary Kennedy; Ma therme, A. C. Lasseigue; Elie Ducos, Joseph H. Pu ce; Lefort, W. C. Lor raine; Roussel, M!rs. NI. E. M1addux; SL. Anna, Cecile LeBlanc, lprint-ipal, S Bonnie Hugginbotham, assistant; St Mary, Sally Beatty; Prosper Thiho B daux, A. J. ilichiard; Bourgeois Set tleumeut, Lomise Sabstier; Tortpa, Cecilia Chanvin; Vacherie, Msa'y land, Katherine Gleason; Webre, Joseph A. Tron4, principal, Elodie for Blanchard, assistant; Valere Guedry, ud to Colored Schools. iub Corporation. Dr. G. C. Bryant, as prnpl Cornelia Bryant, Louisa knd Prayer, assaistants; Crossing NI. T. 0op Dikkerson, Jr.; Grand Bayou, J. E. :ity Ward; Laurel Valley, Williamn W~at- son' Longueville, T. H. Mathews;I 'ral Ihighland. Enoch Dunn; Greenwood, ess Harriet E. Lawless, Cordelia Wil hn lams; Patturann, Isaiah Morean; one Mary, Richard Dickerson; St. John, en- Ella Sutton. The filling of all vacancies that of now exist or that may hereafter oc .bat cur in the teaching corps of the Par. We ish was left to the 8uperintendent. ens, The repairs that are necessary on iat- the Billin School House were ordecred to be made under supervision of Di' I rector L. C. Roger, at a cost of seven ty five dollars, and that amount or so much thereof as may be rcquired for for the puirpos waa duly appropriated. end A petition of citizens residing in tien the vunicity of the Cut Ofi praying that a school be located sbove the Cut Off was read and the prayer of the petition was denied, for the rea- J. son that there are no funds available for the purpose, and that a school P. has already been establisbel at the Cut Off, which will be within reach of Mi the educable children residing in the Ri neighborhood where the new school was sought to he established. Jo A petition of citizens of Lockport Fe and vicinity recommending that Messrs. J. P. Bourg, Thomas Barker Or and John ILyall be appointed Local Directors of the Lockport School was 0. presented, and the Board granted the request as will be seen later on in Gi these proceedings. Li The following bills were presented and the requisite appropriations made TI to pay the same: DI, Assessor's Commission $522 91 N. Voalou, ter ae$ f do-- rn nation from A. ]otdrigue, 5 00 C. J. Barker, registry of do- K nation from K Ducos, 1 50 Paul !)Meyer, expenses for A Lockport School, 15 00 Stamps for official use, 3 00 R' Teachers are authorized to collect the fee of one dollar, fixed by law It from every head of family sending children to the public schools, this F. fund to be used for the purchase of fuel and for the promotion of the m comfort and convenience of the pu - ri pils, and to be disbursed by the teach ers for that purpose. F Teachers in sections of the parish, where the conditions jiatify such aC step are permitited to teach on %iatur- ci days to replace days that are lost in the course of the month, it being un- B derstood, however, that no Saturday teaching will be allowed where the J" patrons are opposed to it and will not send their children to school on that J day. The Superintendent and Director ai Meyer, appointed a committee of two to secure a site for a school building A in Lockport reported that they had made an investig-iion on the spot, P and had ,nine to th-* conucnsi.:,, that 0 the lot h,.-o, 'glg to the parish, and upon whitl: iii.- ~ock up was ºtihi h Y eut was he must dt--iralble cie th.: It could h¶ foundit; thbi ihis lot wus one S hundre I arid t+"z f -et in de hi by I seven't two f et ill widuli that ihe loc L P. W. cll i >ury seldom n'ed N cojid b!: (%i i1v inineve to a coiner of the lot, thus I1-aving a large sp.ce fo: the school building and for a play-guonmid. p The BUard accepted sad ado1Ited .J the rccomm-ndat ou of the eveuntittee and instrieted the 8a etatldent to I wait upon the Police Jury and en- ( deavor to secure from that body a donation of the lot in question as a site for the Lockport Puplic School. The Superintendent was also in- I structed to secure a temporary school house in which the Lockport Publi. 1 School could be eariied on pending the construction of the new school I house above provided for, and was ordered- to have the new desks and I the heater belonging to the Board placed in storage in some safe and I convenient building until they are i needed for the session of 1902. The Superintendent and Director i Meyer Laving reported that they hid I received a proposal from the Lock port Public School Fund Association for the rent of their building for pub i lic school purposes, the Board, after due consideration, decided to adhere I to their original determination of having a school building of their own in Lockport. The salary of Mr. D. 0. Payne, as -principal of the Lockport Public ~,school was fixed at seventy five dol -lars per month. ?,In consideration of the great faivor ~'conferre& on tbht Board by Rev. E. SA. Vigroux in allowing the use, frec of charge of hiis h41l for the Iso-kport -public school during the session of ,1902, fifteen desks to be taken from those now in his ball were voted to '~him The Secretary distributed copies of Sthe new and saw~n'ed school law 'among the members of the cheool SBoard. "The Superintendent reported that 'W'the aet of do'saion of a si toefo the ~'Ducos had been duly paused sad that is the act was recorded in the proper Y, book at the Clerk's office. The appointment of local directors was ihen gone into and completed, as it, follows: sa Angulloz school-O'mcar Angel loz, T. Lovincy Niquasi amid Andreasi E.Nsqiiin. --Aricd school-Ozum'i Ledet, Thos. us; Toulis and ftaphaei Wageapack. ud, Barilleaux schooi-1?. I.. Baril il- leani, Leonce Itubichiux and 0-car u; Le~lane. in, Rathborne school -George Con aim, Arthur Toups and Edward Chiassom'. at Bayou Blue school-Alfred Daighe, e- Biphege Daigle and Cord'-lius Samanue tr- Bayou Boeuf school-Syhveatie Martinez, Denim Constant and Antoine on Torres, Jr. :ed Bergemon mchool-O. J. Sevin, P. Di- WV. Lefort aud Clovis Hebert. en- Benoit school-Aubin Pe.rthe so! Adolphe Peltier and Auguste Toups. for Billin school-Albert Folse, Alcidte -IThihxxdaux and Taylor Lejeuiie. in Timothy Bourgeois school-Adam Bellenger, Timothy Bourgeois acot ieg Marcellin JUad-ox Bowie school-J. F. Wigginton, J. J. Brown and F. H. Berdon. Breaux school-Paul Breaux, E. P. Bernard and Leon Richard. Brule Guillot bchoo!-Jostilieni Mire, J. B. S. Mire and Taylor Richard. Ludivine school-Davis Foret, Joseph Boudreaux and William J. Foret. Chachay school-Joseph Martinez, Onezippe Chiasson and John Darden. Upper Choupic school-M. Bourg, 0. Pothier and A. Troeclair. Lower Choupic school-Emile Guillot, Oaeme Nsquin and Paul Landry. Columbian school-Pierre Breaux, Theophile Bourgeois and Edgar Dantin. Marcellin Parr school-Julies Rod. rigue, George Parr and Elma Delaupe Eliot school-Loalen Chauvia, A. Elliot and Ben Knight. Enterprise school-J. L. Andressi Albert and Henry Pitre. Folse school-Clay Birdsall, Edgar Robichaux and Leonard Falgout. Laude school- Argus Bourgeoi., Louis Roussel, Jr. and C. J. Gnedry. Gheens school--FAward Reggio. P. F. Falgont and Hilarion Lagarde. Rodrigue school-Laurence Krae mer, Victor Martinez and Jean Rod ragne. Lagarde school-Ranul Basset, Frank Falcon and Neil Newell. Leeville school-Adrien Lefort, Camille Rehbtock and Joseph Pic ciola. Ledet school-I,ivaud:ais l.edet, IL Boivier and Dr. Paul Tetreau. LeBlanc school-E-Iwaru I eB arc, Joseph A. LeBlanc and B. LeBlanc. Lockport school-J. P. Bourg, John Lyall and Thomas Barker. Mathews school-C. S. Mathews and Victo: Bourgeois. 311atherne school-Ri.bert Martin, Albert Martin and Clay Savoie. Elie Ducos school -Eng..ne Smvote, Pierre Breaux and Voouii a Authe ment. iLefort school- Frank P. Parra, Paul Lefort a id Joseph R *mont. IRoussel saho'ot-I.hani:l Walker, Sylveatre B:tudlin and '1'uioma, Kno b!,'h. St. Anna school-L. J. Trowelair, P. V. liorvant and Anatole Clenaent. St. Mary school-Jean loAuia Da vce., Justin Babin an 1 Parci he Fo'ret. Prosper Thib Klaus 'ch.,t-Paos. per Thib.daux, A J. Leg 'adr. aod IJeseph Berger e. . liourgeois Sett -J. 0. .ehz, Aek de Cypksm Caneleune. Toups school-Zephiris Totpe, Albert Tonpa and Albert Chauvin. Vacherie school-D. M. Hatcher, Emile Ledet and Fergus Falgout. Scally school-T. M1. Doherty. David Scally and Marcellin Richard. ; Raceland school--Simon Abraham, l Hector Lacroix and C. C Mabry. a Webre school-Albert Norvant, I Leonard Webre and Oscar Legendre. I Lubin Bergeron school- Lubin 1 Bergeron. Clovis Bergeron and Theo e dule Marcel. Des Allemands school-F. G West r morland, A E. Hubert and H. V. de ,I Ia Bretonne. - Valere Guedry school-Felicien - n Moise Guedry, Antoise Vega, Jr. and Oscar Ga jour. r There being no further business, e the Board adjourned. f Tuao. STARK, M. D President. al Tuon. A. BADsAVX, Sic. & Sept. Married. Ger'r.ior-BoL'DaxAux. Mr. Albert Guillot amid 'lisa GIeoe r gette Boudreaux were marrioed on last Monday at St. Joseph's Cathoho a church. rt The couple will reside on Web,. '~plantation. to 1n Napoleonvalle at thc Episcopal church Mr. J. E. Dolabs and t.is. of Daisy Frost were married. The Lw bride is the eldnst daughter of M~r. It. ol A. Frost, and has many friends her. who will be glad to hear of her mar at rnage. The groom is emoployed on he the Texas and Pseio L I a iS pgig WASBtT. TUC7 Wil' at daux their home. For Sale. irs - as Two Portable boilers and engines, on wheela. Cylinders 8al0 inches, )z, all in good order. asi For further particulars apply to LACOInaAx & GoJ.Dars, 05. 4, Thibodaux, La. il.- It ia expected that quite a number mar of our citizens witl attend the per formance of "311r. Psabter of Paris" at in, the Opera House Wednesday iiigbt amr. January 14th. Of the many fire"* ~le, companies that are tiumimg the com 3.. mie try this season, there is none thait la a tre created such poipular fiarore as ".Mr. iiie Plaster". If you w ut to enjoy 90O mninutis of lon'(h. l~r :a..d funa, he su.,* P. antI atien I this pe * rmuantw. It will be w'itta your whi u. le E enivs Is now located on St. P'hinp ,tre et in the Come alsg mdc repaimn sg of Watches, Clocks aad S'wing 11 li hines oney. If you have ilti amitbing an this line he will .egta4 iiril to hav*. ron eafl. Prices reasenable.