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87. THIBODAUX, LA., FEB. 1908. No;2 TH E.... b'x Shoe & Hat Store goods That Have a Reputation. NONE NAME US S. EUT TO PRAISE, for the merits of our hats are many. Aside from all sub stantial qualities possessed -by all good hats, our line all have an individuality of grace and outline wkb .is tie All low quartem at east sad eat pries. on all odds sad end.. Julia Marlowe 3.50 Sboe now 8.00 Hooker Bootee Shoes wearers. They wear twice as long as ordi- M -DE BY ioes. Because they are 1E MAr6S 5o Co by thoroughly reliable Mr E .m Tmta PsTENTs and only of the best Give them a trial yot will never regret done so. f7 r Emile J. Brau&. that I have removed to the Blum Stand, next to the Thibodaux Drug Store. LANT OF THE ODAUX BRICK WORKS WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH now prepared to furnish the best and cheap .; brick in the market..................... . brioks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS. LAUsENT X. FOLSE, MANAGER. PHONE 1!S UP, E. J. BRAUDS GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE ILE LEFORT sweeesor to LEZORT A TET3EAU Livery, Feed ....AND.... * ...Sa~le Stables. g. Undertaking W 2K Establishpient - Blacksmith and - * Maker. BW. Cor. Levee and MKariket, Thibodaux.. received a nice line 0! Garland Coolk Stoves, Heaters, Oil Stoves, Stove Boards, Grate Fenders, Coal Hods, Stove Pipes, Window Glass, etc. na Cane Knives $8.75 Per DoZeW. H. Riviere &, Co. 108. Cor. .Main 4- St. Lozus 8St. ertise in The sentinel. A: is ab 8i Boys' Sweaters Our lime embraces all a-tches a" bat " toass sheetet for service, material and faet color. We also show a splea- P did assortment of Men's ti Sweaters. C I O ELLIS BRAUD SONS Convenience Courtesy Capacity Fidelity Prudence Safety Strength Recognized essential elements of a perfectly ap pointed Modern Bank--are offered by The Baik oX Thibodaux THIBODAUX, LA. ASSETS DEC. 28, 1901, - 5366,834,21, ASSETS DEC. 31, 1902, * $467,823.91. A. B. C . to ol American Bottling Works of N Thibodaux, La. Began Operations, Feb. 4, '03 8P Is now prepared to fill all of orders for Pop, etc. at the following prices: w w 1 box, 2 dozen bottles, at 60c Large cases 4 dos bottles, 1.20 b We are ready to make a contracts for any length of time at above prices. p ii Address, John Guyot, Mgr, Thibodaux, La. <t a P..ie and Peerhan eust heumatsili and sl Liver, Kidner and der troubles uinsed by uric add I in the system. It cures Sy leansinSL and ,it]liziug 6 Mloo, ths removing the causs of disease. It gives cigar and toce cad builds up the health sand etrength of the patient wBe the reinedy. URIC is a luminary in the medin world. It has cused Ma will continue to cure snri y deNOwmtun81 T'e shoYs ab....the all mer knows remdle.susnyot w~1do 0 Iwzmhmo o adendan***rses Tytesa oe o es it wesd sad abluuin to m s a ne". ca rs I t IUssU moIU GceU1.I eSMr *ie ýfr a Boa. Pungent A . - 1 Here arn some examples of ijat oth the British schoolboy can do w dill tries hard: hu "John Wesley was a great sea 4p to tain. He beat the Dutch at Weher. the loo, and by degrees rose to be Dake dig of Wellington. He was buried near Ti, Nelson, in the Poets' Corner at West. gus minster Abbey." Asked to name sir animals peen. liar to the Arctic regons, a boy . plied, "Three bears and three seala" 'The Sublime Porte is a very See the old wine." oa "The Possessive Case Is the case im when somebody has got your and won't give it to you." tot "The plutal of penny is twopese." pe *-In the sentence, 'I saw the goat rel butt the man,' 'butt' is a conjuntion, e because it shows the connection be tween the goat and the man." "Mushrooms always grow in dsmp th places, and so they look like umbrel- ke las." 01 "The difference between water sad air is that air can be made wettr, but m water cannot,"-Picasyoe. Jc Nearly ortfeits Hs Lib. th A ran way almost ending faeslly, t started a horrible ulcer on the hn of J. B. Orner, Frsankhn Grove, DL Tor four years it defied all doctors sad all remedies. But Buckles's Agaie Salve had no trouble to eares ies. t Equally good for Burns, BuIses, Sýin Eruptioes sad Plub !SMe-e M Mrs. Benjamin MalbeuAds d istg Monday morning at 3 o'elshd tMhe q matrimonial bome at the oarrer of d Canal and Cidar streets, this Wtown, 7 aged 44 years 4 months an 9 days.1 The funeral took place Tuesday t morning at 10 o'clock at St Josph's , Church. The deceased 05 the r daughter of the venerable Mr. Bellooi j Lirette. She left besides hbr father, a devoted husband and eightelaildrea, seven daughters and one sos, to monrn her nntimely death. *. A P. Settsr T -.abod "I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and servous debility," writes F. J. Grees, 'of Lanc caster, N. H. ",No remedy helped me until I began using Blectric ittere, which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They have also kept my wife to ezcellent health for yosrs. She says Electrio Bitters are just splendid for femasle troubles; that they are a grand toolk and in. vigorator for weak, run dows women. No other medicine can taheitas pisee in our family." Try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction gearsatsed by All Druggists. An Intellectural treat in store from for our people. reld! fair The Lafourche Progressive Union be=o is moving on; there is nothing slow matt about it It has arranged for a meet. a a lag at the Opera House next Thurs. W day evening the 12th, last, when in prole tefesting and instructive addresses expe will be delivered by the following dis. prop tisguaehed gentlemen: Dr. Edwin i. road Shelth, who occupies the Chair of work Philosophy and Pedagogy; Prot Maut.. Aldrich, of the Chair of mutt Seilbemaes, and probably, Prot Wal. of the Chair of Chemistry, all 8ar0 Usnlvemnity. ours mas 4 Yorst - Otslhge, DirQO .. such lecturers as thoes above 26e. toa etertala and Instruet our ea1 h people. we rs. assure every body that there is a fns lntelleetoral treat in store for all who will attend at the Opera House neat Thursday evening. .j Don't miss atI om 00as The body of Charles Delyer, an ral' 18 year-old white boy, who had been epii missing from his home nearly two tie weeks, was found flouting in the river the yesterday afternoon opposite the W. cut 0. Coyle Coal Company's Yard, in Oral Algiers. He bad been employed on Ste the tng Ella Andrews. The last time in he was seen alive was on the night of cen the 18th inst., when he was observed ron leaving that craft. He is supposed 18c to have fallen into the river while 19( getting ashore. He was the son of t S. A. Denyer, a machinist, in the Sts employ of the Southern Paciflc, who me resides at 729 Atlantic Avenue, the Algiers. The remains were taken In at charge by Undertaker John A. Bar- the rett'and prepared for burial. -Picay. ati, une, Jan. 30. pr Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Denyer, the lab parents of the unfortunate boy, were isi former residents of this town, and ati have many friends here The deceased 0o himself spent his childhood and early drx boyhood here and is well remembered. ha The friends of the Denyer family P1 were deeply grieved by the intelligence III of the sad misfortune which had th bhtaMeidI. pu One wa pale :ad nsew sad the other fresh and rosy. Whence the difference? She who Is blushing with I health uses Dr. King's New Life Pills A to maintain It. By gently arousing pc er. the lazy organs they compel good lei ke digestion and head off constination. fe gar Try them. Only 25c, at All Drug- at at. gists. e. A Serious Problem. ' The road from St. Charles street to me the Catholic Church is ia an awful condition; it is so bad as to be almost P we impassable and positively dangerous. i and It occasions serious injury to the at town and great inconvenience to the m." people in general, and its proper « cat repair and maintenance present a on, serious problem for solution. b In justice to the front proprietors U along the road, it must be admitted a1 UP that they have worked it and tried to h rel- keep it in repair, but to no avail, h owing to the continual rains. and The citizens of Thibodaux and the bet members of the Congregation of St. Joseph's Church trowe the country should devise some means to have G this road thoroughly repaired, so as Iyto avoid the possibility in the fturen Sof Its beucoming impeasable.h The 8sawrrusL suggests tkat the necsessary funds be raised by sub a cription or by some other method to have it thoroughly shelled. It would require a considerable sum to .~have this dons well, bet ones done, - bwil ast for Y55r who wlllteke hok of the move. Zenaaa Awen Wn~ts. -Mr. KI flaggiasof Melbourne, Vla., a tes mtae, **My doutor told me I had a th Comsumptlse and nothing could be E ofdone formse. I was glven upto die.i "a The ofler of a free trial bottle of Dr. 7* Klng's New Discovery for Cousump. iday tion, induced me to try IL Results 'ph's were stsrtl'ng. I am now on the th road to recovery and owe all to Dr. 11ool King's New Discovery. It surely ther, saved my life." This great curs in ire, guaranteed for all throat and lung * o* diseaaes by All Drnwgsts. Price 50c LP. P *10. Trial Bottes tree. rears - 'oo Owing to the frequent sad heavy fLail rains of the last 'month our roads dine generally are in a deplurable cundi tters, ton, in some places alaost Impiae I1 the ble. As a coneequence the general have public is greatly inconvemieticed, and velth is some particular eases serious had itters ship is satfered. Physicieas and priests able; have much diffculty Inansawering ad ifr sick calls from a distance, gad In case ne*s of death it is a matter of sore trial plue and trouble to onevey the eoorpse to Only the church and for relatives and i7 All friends to attend the funeral. It is in sud iut es as these when the general public suffers so much from bad roads, that a cry for good roads I. heard in the land, but when fair weather returns and the roads become paseable once more, the On matter of keeping the roads in repair Mr. C as soon forgotten. Bouts We trust that our people will Bouts proft by their present unpleasant un'te. experience-'and see to it, when the Dubo proper time comes, that the public Bo roads of the parish are properly of T worked, drained and maintained. friend - S .-_- --oo Xother Gray's /west Powders for nse I Children. Suoesesfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in the Ohldirea's Home is New LO Y 1qer"admws, 8id Stem. Sea bamphe P$. Addrues Al- heo lsn S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. Y2941 jI School Enumeration, and i i_ and i "In the matter of the amount of commission due parish assessors for assessing the poll tax Attnraey-Gene ral GOlon has rendered the followicg Al opinion: -From an examination of near tO law on the subject 1 have reached and the conclusion that the assessors are the I entitled to four (4) per cent on the Wed first fity thousand dollars of all State, parish and poll taxes assessed in their parishes and two (2) per cent on any excess over fifty thou O I sand dollars, Sec. 2 of Act No. 170 of Jose 1 1898, amended by Act No. 135 of Chii 1902." were f '.Under the law the assessors of the of a B State are required to make an enu meration of all the children within ' the school age every four years, sod at present this work is going on in V - the diifierent parishes. This enumer- suit ation has been defective through im- talk proper management in various par. will e ashes, the greatest trouble experienced ' e is with ignorant persons, who viewing busi this enumeration as a species of tax- mer ation, and as a consequence, try to piel d conceal the true number of their chii. cuss y dren, and as a reeut several parishes vale 1. have come up ehost in the annual ap. and y propriation for public schools. The Eu assessor shou!d lie careful in explain- mir ing the nature of this work and make wilt their returns as full as possible as the 7 public school fund of their parishes will be eated by their work to Ia -e e oti the paMi sehoees."- = d e Times q b It Esaps the lest Warm and Dry. ck ts Ask today for Allen's Feot Base, a nol I powder. It cures Chilblains, Swol deo id len, Sweating, Sore, Aching, Damp nil a. feet. At all druggists and shoe pw '- stores, 25c. 29.4t . -0----- an Journalism In Rural Dis- say tricts. tnp The country editor had turned the W wt personal column over to his dsaghter in s. temporarily while politics claimed his ti be attention. he The daughter had studied country ye er editorial methods to some advantage. and the following, items appeared: -Tom Jones called last evening e with two pound hox of candy. Call r again, Tom." Ni to "Harry Maston was around with M iii his trotter and sidebar buggy last ' week. Don't forget the number, he Harry." P1 BL "George Brown's billboard is said re rytobe good for two steafor anythin~g 5 yethat comes. We always like to see as as George on show night." t4 re"Miss Mary Martin, the milliner, ahas a magniiosent display of the latest lie styles in her wirdow. How much is b-. this good for, MaryT"-Chicago Poet. it Does this Me an You. t4 Just at this time our country needs a .sareliglon thst wWl makes manapay his dAto Iboatlug dues ses Isoul wanso boeeesa m ad put Me ia., rightost of the cherb if haeese to e had a. ball or theatre, hot never say a libe word to the pious scamp who never tile. pays his debts. Preachers sand Dr. people who never pay their debts are mp. doing more harm than the dancers mite and drunkards, for there are more of the them in the churtch. Readers, we are Dr. pretty close to you. Then lay this rely down, go pay up and you can read I is on at ease. And don't stop paying mug because the statute of limitations 50c excueed the old account which you made for bread sane meat. You wdil pay in cash. or God will make yon pay in Ire and brimstone. God knows no such excuse as home Sexemption. When you raise that needs excuse to keep fromn paying your nd-debts you can't stand singing: "When ad-I can read my title clear.' You've na one up there.-MissaiUppi Journal. ai-The public is cordially invitied to teste visit the bargain counter at Ellse aring Brand's Sons' spacious store on MIain ease street. This invitation holds good at trial any time, if you canant call this me to week, nor uext, nor this month, then and call next month; you are welcome at any time; the bargain counter has ihen comse to stay. 2 Hymeneal. LxBkAxc-Bousanls. On Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock Mr. Charles LeBlamn and Miss Amelia Bouterle, daughter of Mr. Oleos Bouterie, both of this town, were united in marriage, the Rev. Father Dubourg oMciating. Both contracting parties are native of Thibodaux, and have a host of friends whom the SasNTxaL join in good wishes fora long life of happi. nees and prosperity. Tours-TmsonaAux. Lest Wednesday afternons ls. Jates Themodsaus, f the thid wed. The luteurutiag curemosy tesk place In St Joseph's Catholic hreub and was witnessed by many relatives and friends of the contracting parttes. Bourgeois-Putre. At St. Mary's Catholic Church, near Raceland, Mr. Albert Bourgeois I and Miss Ellen Pitre were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Wednesday afternoon. Chiaseon-Vegas. r - On Thursday aternouon at St. f Joseph's Catholic Churn-i, Mr. Norbert t Chiasson and Miss Angola Vegas were quietly married in the presence e of a few relatives and friends. o "Clothing Pointers." Why not have your new Spring r suit made to order by experienced tailors, and thus get a ft which you r. will feel proud of ? d The success of this branch of my g business has been. First; An aasort Anent of patterns snldfientiy large to please the individual taste of acuh customer. Second; Gotod. if sterling value. Third; Superior workmanship P and consequent perfect fits. Fourth; A Excellence and durabilily of trim " mings. Fifth; Prices owmmenserate le with value given. i Thbee points have been strictly * maliained by the Jlouessawi-h whom Sh1vWey- et .stiabsuhe', as to quality of woolens,t and Sniah. It buying "made to mesasue" 7' Clothing, you ean select a patters a nobody else has, -ad should you of desire to be the exclusive wearer I oP will take pleasure in withdrawing said oe pattern from further sale. I shall be glad to have you canl and examine my line of over 1100 1s. sample., and should you need any thing in Clothing, whether it be a suit, coat sad vest, single oast or pair of Pants, I will be pleasd to take your order with the underetand t Ing that I give you perfect sat sfae. his tion or no sale. Respectfully soliciting a share of v7 your valued patronage. P* I am yours very truly. Cnas. A. BAD3AUX, ng THE RICKICT STORK all Gents Furnishings, Ladies Goods, Notions, Shoes and Hats. lith Main street, Thibodaux, La. er, E. Denys is now located ao St Philip street in the Comet building, aid repairing of Watches, Clocks and nit Sewing Machines only. If you have se anything in this line he will a glad to have you call. Prices remasoasble er, 16. h Is For S3ale. out. - Store building, know. as Protec. tore Hall, and residence istuated en Short street between St. Philip san Jackson streets. For pautleulers Idi apply at SaaNsIas. Omano. iyawednesday: '~Four laud sad lumber pesple adreached here tod ay and spest sme aetime with Major Lee, of the Agriesi e ftural Depertaneut., Inspecting the aref Experiment Station and aIsus id thsJacent to the city, and examining the rhad land lists in the cius of :he Depart yind meut. They were J. A. Husteblssou, pgC. H.Dunn, J. WV. Little aid La. Sturin, ions all of Peoria, Ill. They were at yo tracted hither by th t display am~add mUby the Agricultural De.partiment at yo the Peoria Fair last fall. They repre. sent shoot twnsty other perties who litrhae determtind t'. iiivest in ije~esipua that lands, and they witi eliher de s~nuo your or return a Itale later and lnve#. mnv. A Rare Opportunaty. treal. Inu will do wsli to csell at Leor Block. al** via nine his nargalue urn dI to furinit'art, he us closing out regardless Etll5 of ,ust. Rattan and Doekiug ehaire Mlain eti*, Du you wast good turnutuee ai od at cheap 1,rices, here is yeur teckeus this Store on Jacksou S. aussr railroad. then - ---*-.. -- me at NOTICK.-Poeitively as beting has sallowed or my preamises 21 Taos. J. Gvudia