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60 YEARS N
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at. D~ipoNasw te.. awa PIed
as taltes irao and K sropeat
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couating and Andttie& sad
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*apertir to say outer ia the
limmik.
top-Nod faciitmes. Uaeueslled Facuity D
Dasifssa Practie and odes rostisae. k
eseie bank and whoieale opens.
abd leading potuous allomar tOe tl
Iastr~eetoi all personal.
a areas basieese .sameetless
adsar i and reutably kanows. we e
advantage. ta aiding st .te III as
vow t coeflbeta with A M4ld ('ae)
etadeai* 411: actual businses wi.'
and actual a, nay, and studesh. 7
beoks to the latest labor saring forms a
.ist eater at say tituse. Enlrmah, Aeas
1b.theand ant busines seb.ools. At
faeelid*e. .ead for 4 ataloga.
ese swppiled with esmetNa
are ad saortkasd wrbt.ts.
Address 030. SOUL & SONS
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SFrank Barker Co.,
Commission Mercnant
041) itKLRl IN ALl KINIte (I C
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COUNTRY PRODUCE,
TEITTON. BAUiR, MOLASSES, a1vs
KGUS, lIONEY, RKES.
W tX, TALIA)W WooL. l1tl0l!,
MOSb, POULTRY, ETC. e
Y6 1I1 DECATURt STAEES t
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
WUISKKAL AttVANS'KS MALL ON ta 5
SIONMENT8 f
a
we pomptly obtain U. S. and Foreign
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supers on tahN For free book, t
Zaik A AR to
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. T. BOURG,
arket stand,
Ear a., TIXODAEZ. LA 1
-ALWATS 0 SA", TaS
Or BEEF, McrrON, PORK VEAL
AID SAUSAGEA OF ALL KIN Ib
RAILROAD ** MARKET.
OCTAVE J. TOUPS,
PIIOI'RI ETOR.
patho fresh i.rf, pork, veal, umutton and
iagaseonsitantly on hand.
-OPPI. REVERY MORNING.- I
Ubated on the Railroad. corner St. Mams
butesand of easy acres. f rom ali parts o'
Gssalaead 'Phone 100.
L H. LANCASTER,
EL EC TRICIA N
Deetrical Il'ork, in Fri.
pete Telephone Lined
and Plantation Sys.
terns. Electric Bell, Firn
and Burglar Adlarmes
and all Electrical .Nov
dties.
01S4 Lis Fos ENTrUATra and Fascah
New Service
via
THE
to
Orlea~ns
eport, Dallas,
Worth, El Paso,
o and
Mrs Slid ie~leeprt on all through
trains.
E. P. TURNER,
Qe, Pass. & Titket Agt.
Dallas. Texas.
teJ.
Ilnaud
**R DO tt'i). Prop.
JjFirst lassi aceommnotla
tionnfvtv(mini~i.reial tra
'h0 oard hy the n~e :u in
ETHICS OF KISSING.
h WOMAN'S VIEWS ON THE SUBJECT
OF OSCULATION. het
et
Thos* Moa UVse Whom a odeset
Maid.. May Lavish Klsaes Witheot she
Compometiea sad Theo* Toward t
whom She Should Play the Miser. w
There are still occasions, however ae
rare, when inactivity, much as it has a
fallen into disfavor. continues to be as
mnasterly. When a modest maiden is in an1
doubt as to whether or no she should ON
kise or allow herself to be kissed by st
any timan Hut related to her by close
fie of consanguinity. she best displays
her wisdom by giving herself. not him, alt
the benefit of the doubt and so refrain- im
lug from osculation. i
An absolutely safe list of men whom stn
it is allowable to kiss might be conm- all
plied from the liet given in the Book of yo
Comnmon Prayer of persons whom it is lo
forbidden to marry. There can be no ab
possible impropriety in any woman's ml
being kissed by her father, grandfather. hin
brother, uncles, etc.. whenever oces- I'
lion may offer. Still, public opinion is
much less in favor of kissing than of
yore, and affectionate greetings are
no longer considered good form In mar- "F
ket places or what answers for them in in
the present generation. In
To the prayer book may be added ot
cousins within the degrees ferbiden In wv
marriage by the Roman Catholic to
church, but these in moderation. The eal
young man cousin who is greedy in the ai
matter of kisses from his pretty cousin tut
is not to be trusted. li. or
Should be denied tri
And set aside and mortified. th
Kisses of greeting or parting. of good tm
night, good morning aibd of cougratti- ls
lotion are still general, although by no co
means so frequent as they were for- die
merly. Indeed, kissing as a practice is wi
much less popular than it once was. go
Between doctors and the moralists it is of
constantly falling more and more into, be
disfavor, while, still more fatal. Fash- In
Ion, with a big F. sets her face as a lt
fint against all demonstrations of feel- vi
Ing as ill bred. dc
All the same. the man who becomes
engaged to be married, as a usual
thing, expects a kiss from his fdancee
to seal the bargain, not for publication. ot
so to say, but as a guarantee of good it
faith on her part. If she is willing to ea
promise to marry him, be reasons, she bi
ought to be willing to let him kiss her. I
Moreover, be desires a kiss or kisses tk
upon general principles as something W
to which he is entitled by the unwrit- D
ten law of tradition. On the other nD
hand, the party of the second part has ti
herself to consider in the matter. A  
woman should be sure of her own bona tU
ade intentions of matrimony and don- nS
bly sure of those of her lover before cl
she sets such a sign and seal to the ti
contract. Engagements of marriage are tl
by no means Irrefraglble, and she who
kiasees least is likely to have least "
cause for future regret. At all events d
a prudent woman will wait until the 1
engagement is announced before she P
permits any kissing. There are men -
who have serious objections to marry
ing any woman who has been engaged
to another man, for the simple reason
that they do not choose that any man
shall be able to say of the woman g
whom they take to wife that be has a
kissed her as her lover. It matters lit- $ w
tie, rather more, that the kisses have a'
been given in good faith to an atancet 11
husband. It's a way men have. P
Sir, she's yours! e
You have brushed from the grape its soft
blue; I
From the rosebud you've shaken the delit
oats dew.
What you've touched yoU may take
A noted "lady killer" of a past gener
ation who had been engaged many
times and who boasted to his intimates
that no woman had ever refused an of- p
fer of his hand in marriage was once
naked why lie that case he was still a
bachelor. "liecause I am waiting until
I can find a woman who wIll not per
mit me to kiss her before we are mar-a
vied,,' he replled.
Even though a woman be fully as
sured of the Inevitabelencees in due time d
of her marriage sbe will be wise not to 2
be too liberal of her caresses. iMost t
things in thie world are rated as yains- d
hl. in direct prop~ortion to their rarity. g
Were dIamonds as common as pebbles
they would be worth no more commer
cially than thee common stones of the
beech and highway. Moreover, one may i
have too much of a good thing. King t
Midas' story is an old one. "Too much t
water drowned the miller." It is a com
mon practice with confectioners to al- v
low a new apprentice all the canady
which he or she can cat, certain that in v
a little while the surfeit of sweet will a
destroy all taste for sugar in any form.
It is human nature essentially to tire
of what we have much of and to prise
most the fruit which hangs highest 1
and is moat difficlt to obtain- t
Consequently the woman who is a
chary of her favors, whoe is nlggsrdjy 3
even with her carsases, will find that
bar lever values them all the more, and
that his respect.. as well as his s8es
tIes, ser her becomes the peester Ia 5
pepalmas he hagpete ather than to
sesof bar- It has sean been a muslin I
that no man shell kiss and tell; never- I
theleas, the woman is infest by far of
whom there is nothing which it wereI
better It were left nntold.-lieletl Old- a
field In Chicago Tribune.
Pugyieged* lessom*
Caller-Well, the nerve of thati
Xercbanit-Wh t's that?
Caller--Why, didn't you beer that
milp of a boy referring to you as l
"Bill?, i
Merchant-.ShI That's our offce boy. a
Se long as I can pretend I didn't hear
hma it's all right.-CathollC Standard I
and Times.d
At twenty love is a rosy drams, at 6
thirty it is a thrilling reality, at forty t
I t is a calm contentiflntS fity It is
remlnleceflce.
That ThaS*.
There is one word in thle English len
guage which can appear six tisne. con- i
secutivcly in a sentence and make cor
eToE Ilbsrate: A boy wrote on the
blackboard, "The man that lies does
"tat" soheord "who" was susi
after ail.
Pale For It.
A kind hearted Washington woman rom
iald a visit to New Orleans while the sel
hipping season on the river was at its 'for
teight. and as the loading or unloading 191
It a big river boat is one of the most
ntereeting things imaginable to watch of
the went one day to the levee where a Pal
lteamboat, one of the largest afloat.
Was discharging its cargo. The mate
it the vessel stood at the gangplank
end directed the operations of the ne- the
po roustabouts. He was load voiced,
is a mate should be, and he bellowed eve
rod roared and swore and now and is 1
then whacked some unusually slow or Bu
stupid negro with a spar.%One Ugro 114
received so many blows that the Wash- on]
Lngton woman's sympathies were 1sf
aroused. When she could endure the
mate's brutality toward him no longer.
ibe walked over to where the negro V10
stood and spoke to him. "Why do you Br
allow that man to strike you and curse sir
you as he does?" she asked. The negro
looked at her to surprise and then an,
showed all his teeth In a grin. "Law, W
miss," said he. chuckling, '4 don't mind (
bim. lie's paid for doin' that, same as 1.1
I'ue paid for doin' this." coi
Te ee Vet ofag~s1.
Raskin has said somewhere to the no
"Fors Clavigrra" that extreme nicety l
is pronunciation and the use of wordm Iw
Is vulgarity. There can be te doubt
of It. At any rate, to perer a aee
word to a plain tme or commes eme acd an
to say what you have tatay In a - S
etiled iat style rather than In a wit- IMe
oral style is a sure sign of small cea- thi
ture and of so taste at all. It a speak. lit
er or a writer s up to his work, he will i
trust for his effects to his clearness of
thought, strength of argument, force of
Imagination and power to use the Eng
flah language easily, directly and with
common sense correctness. Grammar,
diction and style are the three things
which make the difference between
good writing and bad. The grammar T.
of the language must of course be ad
bered to. but adhered to not in the way
In which a servant obeys orders by do
ing simply as he is told, but as a man
who knows in himfelt what he has to ta
da-LMdon News. tIi
Care ef P!pples, GI
Puppies after weaning will beep ,,'
strong and healthy and will grow fast
It fed only on fresh buttermilk and
corn bread, with soup instead of the
buttermilk twice a week, till they are
five or six months old. Do not feed -
them sweet milk. Keep the puppies Inl
where they can get plenty of exercise.
Do not crowd them. Arrange their ken- ar
nels so that they can go in and out of in
their sleeping quarters. If fed to the
same vessels, some dogs get more than
their fair share of food and lose their
manners also, Fasten a number of
chains where they eat at such die
tanees that no one can reach the other;
then feed in Individual pens. Give lit
1 medicine and plenty of exercise. ('
a you will then have strong, healthy n1
dogs. An hour's run every day to the B
year in the fields and woods. weather F
pearmiting, is essential to good health. T
-Outing. D
Sateaesa Sears the Temper. :;
"In all my experience as a physi- ell
elan." said Dr. 8. Weir Mitchell, the N
nerve specialist, In a lecture, "I have
not seem more than a dosen men or
women who have been improved mor
ally by long continued suffering. Acute 20
illness and Illness which brings the
patient close to death often has a bene
cial effect upon the disposition, but I
cannot agree with the assertion which
we frequently hear made in the pulpit
that suffering is usually the means of
refining. I have seen a few isolated
cases in which this was so, but it is not as
the rule by any means. The chronic In- 0
valid Is almost Invariably selfish and b,
peevish. and it is a hard task to find a f<;
nurse who can stand the strain of such la
a service."
Wea Its Qeed Peitst.
'That mediteval armor must have b
been very uncomfiortable," said a visit
or at the museum.
"Yes," answered be man with p
darned clothes, "but there wee one sat- e'
isfaction about it. A man could always ~
take down a suit of it in entire conS- ai
dance that the moths hadn't got Into a
it."-Washlngton Star. ii
T
3.4k Were Ceasad. 1i
Doctor-Your wife is In a very erit- b
leal stats, and I should recommend you
to call in somne specialist to consult o
the case. t
IHusband-There, you see, doctor, I a
was right again. I told my wife long
ago she ought to get proper medical ad- e'
vice, but she always thought you might
bae offended.
Letser. Nears,
Dr. Johnson had scant sympathy
with inconsistent and arrogant ladus
try. "No man, sir, is obiged to do
as much as the can. A man should
have part of his life to himsselt. o
d
A NMe. eeses*.
3.rtha-r. seevy yen ashed ml. 4*
winyyonu Itmit-ta, ee set
Wuae (windhamr bes Vht e
Pespag. nwbe ~~
The food value of a pou'id at weal is a
little more than half that of a punad
of beef. Eggs and lean beef have the
same value in eqlual welght.
5
OLD FASHIONED.
What has lbe'onme of the old fasch
boead man wlhu liad been xuirricd only
once?
What has becun.e of the olt fash
loead wowatn who exiptcted her chil
drea to "innldf I
What baa become of the old fash- 'J
loned man who wss always wanting to t
bet a can of oysters?
What has become of the old fash
loned lover who gave his girl a copy of ,a
"Lucille" at Christmas?
What has become of the old fash
ioned woman who said she "backed"
San envelope when she wrote an address
on it?
What has become of the old fash
ioned woman who explained her por* I
erty by savIng an elephant stepped on
her pocketbook?
What has become of the old fash
ioned woman who screamed at the
thought of her husband taking out life
Insurance, saying that it sounded as It
he didn't expect to live long2-Atchl*
son Globe
Morgan's Louisiana & Tes I Rail.
road and steamship ('ompBt will
sell tickets from Thibodaux e 0.1li. V
tornma Points Feb. 15th, to Aptl 80th, o d
1903. at a rate of $30 25 on esmoont pile
A Colonist Tores. For addtomal A
partikulare, apply to local agit. wvi
The
Makes a Olewn Bweep Su
There's nothing like doings thing
thoroughly. Of all the Salvi you ue
ever heard of, Bucklen's Arnim Salve Ro
is the beat. It sweeps away NA cres
Burns, Sores. Brui-es, Cuts, Bolls, ad
Ulcers, Skin Kruptions and Piles. It's fat
only 25c. and guaranteed to give sat- as
isftetion by all I)ruggists. ('0,
ofil
The public is cordially invIted to m
visit the bargain counter at ihlls H
Brand's Sons' spacious store fm Main tar
street. This invitation holds goud at inm
any time, if yveu cannot emil this in
week, nor next, nor this month, then in
call next month; you are Weme at tO
,env tiVe; the bargain Coin has the
come to stay. 27 Be
" the
an
A disordered stomach Say pouse tie
no end of trouble. When the41- tic
itch fails to pem form its fundiob the
howels beeome deranged, t, 51ive r
and kidneys congested, cana Sam .
woes dicesases, the aust I of
iafrh are painless ut 4 aer BI
sore to be mireiaded. The at *
thing is to restore the stomach and
liver to a healthy conalition, and for
this pirlpe a no better prepamtiion
enl he use d than Chemberlatb's
Stomnclh mued Liver Tab'ets. Fur seile
by lioth Drug Store.
Notice.
T.tx Cor.I.neTou's Orrica, PAasH orI
Thibtdaus, Feb. 14, 1903
Notiee is herh-by given to the tax
payers of the Imarish of Lafourche,
that ihe taxes assessed in the year
1902 are set forth in the tax rolls on
file in my oilee and in the mortgage
'.f10e of this parish; that they are
now due and have become delinsqent
on th-" 31st day of December, 1902
mud .hall leºar interest at the rate of
2 per cent per mouth from said date,
until paid in accordance with article ti
233 of the constitution. Tax payers $1
are invitel to call at once and settle, -_
in order to avoid interest and cost.
JAMsS Bsary,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Ftb. 14th, 1903.
Many school Children ax. Sitkly,
Mtleethet Gray's Sweet Pbwe$,rs for
('hildren, used by Mother Gray, a
nurse in Children's Home, New York,
Break up Colds in 24 hoursi care
Feverishness, leaeda'-be, Stemach
Troubles, Teething Disord-r1 and
Destroy Worms. At all dru gists,
25c. Semple mailed FR Ad.
elre-s, Allen S. Olmsted, Roy,
N. Y. g oy,
STATE OF IA)U
20th Judicial District Court-?Paah of
Lafoourche.
MRs. MARIA Vsarxrm WIra, Va. No.
Takao 11i ovA1N 4 SAssOa r Hus&N"D.
TAKE NOTICE: That acting under
and by virtue of a wfit of Dwl tahes.
emanating from the above eatitled
Court. in the above entitled and asm
hered suit I have Seized and will offer
for sale, at public auction, pursanat to
law, to the last and highest bidder at
the Court House in the town of Thibo
daux on
SATURDAY APRIL 18th 1US,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 4 o'clock p. m. the foltowiag des
cribed property to wit:
A Certain tract of land situated ia the
parish of Lafourche on the rht des
cending hank of the bayou L ehe
at about Thirty-two (32) miles below
the town of Thibodaux measurlug one
arpeut more or less front by foray (40)
arpentie In depth boundedab sove by
lands formerly of Henry Jasebeux,
and below by lands of Firmin Dairios,
Together w itha alt the buldid and -
improvements thereon. Same ~uh
byDefendant from Eugene Hetwi, r, '
Anust 3, Iss (Sec. C. B.No. trP. 154
ete).
Terms and Conditions of sale: (iash ;
to py and satisfy the princia iaterest I
JAMES BEARY,
Sheriff of the Parish of ILaearehe.
('LAY Knowaoon, Atty. of PlataUl. (
March 14th, 1905.
Nominations.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
TOWN OF THIBODAU!.
In accordance with the peulsof)
Section No. 61, of Act No Io
Acts of ItilS, and Act. smawe5
of, I REGISTRAR of Islomeche
do. erbyw e ! U 8 ths
the town f h
deamxiatbe Parihhul*%
vo sdor at aeleetion to be to the
said Town on TUESDAY theade day
Foa MAYom,-b'. C. Ragna.
Foet A~nxanxs,-Henry kileie, C.
O0 Dantiin,('. A. Lagarde, W. *81
Iand P. J Aucoin.
Poet MARsIAL-R. J. Naeala.
Witness my hand, at theVomrt Heomee,
in the town of Thibodsan, em this, the
m3th day of March 1903.
EDOAR K. MODVANT.
Registrar, Lafoureha Parish.
Too Great a Disk.
A reliable remedy for bswel uom
plaints should always be keptit hand
The risk is too great for sayseto
take. Chamberlinl's Colic,Chla
and Diaruiioea Remedy sever tails
and when reduced with water le pleas
''at to take. For sale by IblkhDrag
Istore.
Notice.
I take pleasure to inform my pa
trona and friends that I have pur
chased the stock of Jewelry of the
late A. Bouron, and am now obertng
good bargains in this Jewelry lime.
A complete line of first elas. Jewelry,
Silverware etc. kept in stock at all
times. Jewelry, Watch, sad Clock
repairing a specialty,
36. FRANK ZERNOTh
EXECUTIv K lal: PA.1TMENT,
STATE OF 0')1'ISIANA.
Whereas, Mrs. Eliska ITeiiane, widow
f Cha:les J. Barker, natural tutrix and v
4zninistrator of his succession, has ap.
fied to the for the cancellation of 1st.
º Bond, drawn and subscribed by 01
'harles Jacob Barker, a+ principal,
with J. Louis Aucoin; Albert J. Meyer;
'homas A. Stark and Lee J. Foret, as
lureties each in the full aunt of $2.L:St.0o,
gggregating $I0.000.00 and dated July 1,
Ntal, and, 2nd. A Bond drawn and sub
crihed by Charles Jacob Barker, as
rincipal, with J. Louis Auroin: E. f1
\orbert Roth: J. Otti Knobloch and Dr. 1
rhomas Stark, each in the full sum of
12.1i00.00, aggregating $S~ttalo.tºi and dat
1l July 1y. i900, and conditoned for the a
aithful performance and discharge by
aid Charles Jacob Barker, of his duties
as Clerk of the Seth. Judicial District
.ourt for the Parish ot Lafourehe: Ex- A.
)iicio Clerk of Court of Appeals: Ex- I,
)Akio Parish Recorder and Ex-ofelo
\otary Public.
Now, therefore, I William Wright .
Hleard, Governor of the State of Louis
Lana, have thought proper to issue this ly.
my proclamation with the view of giv- F
Ing public notice to all persons herein
Interested and concerned to show eause
In writing, at the offec of the Secretary
At State at the City of Baton Rouge,
La., within ninety days from and after
the last publication hereof why said
Bonds and the mortgage resulting
therefrom should not he canceled and -
annulled and the above named securi
ties discharged from any further lia'ill- L
ties in the premises.
- Given under my aignature and
saAL the Heal of the State of Louis
iana at the City of Baton
Rouge, this with day of February A. D.
W. W. HEARD.
By the ove xa Mw Har D,
Asst. Secretary of State. on
For nearly ta
fr
half a century
Seed s º "r
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For Sale.
One lot situated on Jackson street,
destrable locution to build residence.
$1,500. TuoxAS A. RIVIERE.
F
W~Il
ELLIS BRA2UDS SONS
NEW ALITEMTIIKEIENTt.
PARKS
HAIR A M
andt to . It. a?~,i
USE....
Dr. Meyer's
Waterr,
50C. A BOTTLE. 2
of ~flee e'leve-vi"
Our Music Store is the central offiee
for all messages of inspiritng hartso
ny and poetic minstrelsy. We are
headquarters for all kinas of
Musical' Instrumenits
and musical goods and can suit you
Is anything you want.
Yours for melody,
V. J. Knobloch.
MONTEiDIER HOUSE.
No. 188 Bourbon Street1
OLD NO. 31.
Telephone No. 212R-I .
New Orleans, Ia.
Unsurpassed Accomunodation for
Merchants and Planters.
CLAY KNOBLOCH
Adtty awd CounseLor at L~aw
Thibodarux, ILa.
Offsce.:
Gaude Building,1
St. Philip St.
MARIE A. KELLY,
Stellographer I Typist
S Night Claus in Isaac Pitmnan s
LSystem of Shorthand.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
kTELEPHONES:
owvtca, ctxDERLAND 104. LOCAL, 107,
RENIDEYCE, LOCAL, 1441.
Bank of Lafourche,
2manaesawa . . . a2 s "anZs.
Capital Stock $92,000. Surplus $25.000
Designated Depository for
funds of Parish of Lafourche
and Town of Thibodaux.
...... orraceas: . ....
A. J BR.%IUD, President, K. J. BRAUD, Caahier,
I,. A. BlOUIN, Vice President, P. F. LEGENDPE, Asst Cashier
...... DIRECTORS ......
L. A. BIO)UIN, D. 1)EIAUNE, Dr. T. STARK,
I. N. ROTH. JOHN T. .110011K, Ja., Da. L. E. MEYER
F. E1. LAUARDK. A. J. BRA UI), C. R. BEATTI. -
ALCIDE TOUPS, K. J. BRAUD.
<F" Does a General Banking Busineas s
Buys and Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
Southwestern Louisiana
Industrial Institute.
LAFAYETTE, LA.
E. L. STEPHENS, - - President.
A State Institution for the Instruction of both sexes In the Arts. Sciences,
Manual Training, Domestic Science sad Commercial Branches. Offers ive
courses of study, requiring one, two, three and four years for completion, as
follows:
1. Commercial Course. S. Manual Training Course.
2. Stenography Course. 4. Domestic Science Course.
5~. Academic Course.
Requisite for Admission; 14 years or older; satisfactory examination in
Grammar Grades branches. including arithmetic to percentage undl Elemen
tary Geography and History.
Handsome new buiblings. commodious and modern in appointments.
Equipment full in all departments. Hlealthfu!ness excellent. TUITION
FREE. Necessary expenses very modetate.
Splendid new brick Dormitory for young oiadies, with all modern equip
ment and conveniences. iron single bed for each student. spacious and well
furnished bedrooms, heated by steam and lighted by electricity: filtered water
from city waterworks for bathing, pure rain water for drhnking and cooking.
Apply in advance for board. Young man board in private families at $10 to
*12.541 per month.
Second Annual Session Opens Wednesday. September 17th. 1902.
Catalogue sent on application. For further information write to
V. L .IOY, Lafayette. La
GOOD SERVICE 1901.- - _
BETTER SERVICE 1902.
Southern Pacific
S U NSET ROUTE
FREE CHAIR CARS. SPLENDID EQUIPMENT.
BOX-VESTIBULED, PERFECT TRAINS.
THE VERY BE T
^n-dt ALL POINTS
DO 0 N'T F TORGET XCritSION PLUEPING CAR o WASBINuTON. CII~t'O4
DON' FOGETa si CINCINNATI. Brh Rates LESS TH sN HALM atTANDAND
Send loc. in stamps for a copy of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC RICE COOK
BOOK, containing 200 recipes.
S. F. B. MORSE. T. J. ANDERSON. M. L ROBBINS.
Paes. Traf Mar. A at. Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Paso. A Tkt. A&
f1so iron. TaxAs.
Subscribe for and
Advertise in the Sentinel.
fR. JOS. L. DREXLER,
VETEfINA R Y SURGEON,
LOFFICE ATE
LEON D5EXLER'S STABLE,
THIBOD4U V. LA
LUIG DISTANCE TELEPIIOIE 3D 'EIIODIUX TELEPHOUE 128'
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AGENTGS,,
ThibodSaux - W -R# JFE a.SF
A.
For Sale.
Two Portable boilers and engine,
)n wheels. Cy inders 8ix1I mewheti,
0l in good order.
For further particulars apply to
LACUITRAx & GOLbEN,
a ThibodJaux, La.
%%ood ! Wood !
F.,r s-de first clans cypre.. w~od.
tov~ Itf~lli ajt $1.20 per coral. (Gnjd
nixed W~kMI istove length at *2.OO per.
wid, at Froit's lumnber yard.
A pply to
ºCLTbDAY AND ALLENr Faust.

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