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Miss Beatrice Coulon is vii:j :., ui It Patterson. Mr. James rn lliuý,tr. of aht,m. 1uI pas in town l:.t ~:aturtl ' . a .4 B n '0, i t I t tA. t ar . - t': -11i '". "' Bw, the The t I You Hals e w AlagsR R st , (t Cllat I l;_ Iru.. i lii Mr 0. .J. Tol'y iwais a viior to New Olleans Monday. Pr. J. L. Rag\n visited New Or atl leans Wednesday. tr iMr. Hartry M. Bourg, a pppulkr young member of the Ilouwa Bar, was in town yesterlday. Mrs. I'. J. Doucet is entertaining her siter, Miss hattie Babin, of e' t Orleans. Misses Willie and Grace Baber are S isating relatives and friends in T CAWWOREA. tlI oi Prof. Emmanul Chol spent several ldays during the early part of the week mn New Orleans. Mr. Charles c'uidry, Police Juror o from the 3rd Ward. spent Monday in oowo. Mattings, you want, caU at Ellis J fraud's Sons, and see their beautiful line. 36. Mr. W. C. Lorraine, of Cut Ott, a visited friends in Thibodaux during a the week. Prof. A. Ar;ence had the pleasure, this week, of entertainining Professors !'ourrier anti Clark. of Baton Rouge. Go to S. R. Cou!on for genuine Iargains. Water Cookrs, both c.ameled and galvanized lined. Planters Hardvware & Mercantile Co. I After a pleasant stay at the home of Maj. W. P. Martin. bliss Mary DeLosaee left Toeday for her home .t Marshall, Texas. Messrs Joseph II. Price and Ends Thibodaux, of Cut Off, were business visitors to our town Tuesday aud Wednesday. Sim, 4, Iots KW INeNoeDys gaf Mrs. ('harles Morvant left last Friday for Clharlottsvill!, Va, where she will sp&ntl a month visiting rela tvyes and frilendb. Mr. Louis heBlane, who for sa.me tue past has bectu working in N'w Iberia, arnvcd here Tuesday on a visit to his mother. Schuyler I'antin. better known as Cadet, a por simple mintlcd and L:armles. old m:anl of this town. died Thursday aftrnowon, aged 59 , ears, and his (uner:,l tOok place yesttrday afternoon a. 5 o'clock. at Jt Joseph's 'hurcbh. We cull tie fol!owing lpersnal notes from the last issue of the Assumption Pioneer: "Misses Ella and May Caro, of Thihodaux, are the charming guests of Mrs. U. Carmouche. Miss Julia Bounrg, a ftcinating lamsel of Thibodaux, spett this week yisiting relatives and friends in Assumption. Edmond Marquette, a hostling hlacksmith of Thibodaul, spent Sun diay visiting relatives in tawn. Mrs. Louis Vetret and charming NuMi Joie sad Alice Truzillo, of Plstteurville, will leave Monday for Loaekport, where they will be the guests of their aunt Mrs. ~. B. Ayo ad of Miss Elvina Delaune. Miss Bells Gilbert, is bck from Lafourche Croesing, where she spent etne time with the Misses Coignet Pierrre Navailie, of 'Paiccnurtvdlle laase( through town Tuesday on his way to Lockpoct, where he will be the guest of Anatole Helbert." How's This? We ofer One Hundred Dollars Re yard for any case of Catarih that ;;annotl be nrced by IHli's Catarrb 1'ire. t'. J. CHEnNEY ' CO, Props., Tole o, o. We, th" undrsignt ed. lhave know. I. Cu. oeey fi tl' last 13 y~ela. and believe h;m perfectly il,.orablhl an all businie.s tr.usnctions. -utl fi ta %iaily able to carry out any obliga ton, made by their firum. WisT d TRLAX, ,h bolesale Dr.iz gists, Toledo, O. W.\Lt'.,:.i. KIs..ts Iaravi, Wholesale D:uaggists. "oidedo, O. JaIls1 Catarrh Cure is tak.n In'cr e.all. ncting directly Upnli tlhe houl Btid Itn'.lls . k:s o the S\O c . Price, 75c. i'er txitic. So:,l liv atl ug'g"ts. "T,'st2mnonials free. i-"-Ifs _Famv Pills are the i.,Qt. 1The f, w dl:aing ,li at h -thi.s tu.at the excurl"l,:. of colored people which , left here this we.k tltr Shrevepost, th mLtuI wath sertous ac.t Iint,, u1 I: ,,r'" T ivcer, col.: . tl. w.tl run 1 o er nII : cti t..l an excIur, i.Ii train onl I' the L:if1Itotch llr' : I nch of the 'Tl'exa.s' :u .I I '1 iti, l:i ,o:al this Iol ,illu , :It nei: the l.I ' , i.k I':tnt lln inl A . fa in; on th, trati fo ., :lie thok *i ro::.' I 11 ` lit- 1 ,', 1i. , V i 4, li ,' t .: ' I ,- . I I h t t 'i st,)I. The ll'nte o Ictuainc, l thtre. wI a1,tl the train ra:n \ove.r anl killed e(t him e .tioth .r :aeeilent h:qpi)iip'e.l on thle nt samle roa I tLi; morn1n;. 11o" r e , ac Cleo,.n a negro. ias st:nlillng oi ill the steps of one of the C(:Iche.+ of the r:aia on its way from Thiblodaux to 1 this loint and when the train reached Bice Allianuce, three miles beow here. he leaned out, and was struck by the cattle gu-ard. Ie was knocked ot ulr the train azid seriously injured. He fr was brought to Donaldsonville and L attended by Dr. E. K. Sims, who ex at tractod from his brain two pieces of b wood. His condition is serious. : S ithe Committee Called. Se Chairman Kr'ttschnltt has called st the Democratic State Central Com- cc mittee to meet in New Orleans oa t! September 3rd next, to transact such ld business as may be brought before it. ui The Committee will most likely deter- dl mine the time and manner of making de the nominations for Governor and tr other State otlicers. Id Good Appointment_. ! Gov. Heard has recently appointed Capt. J. Prudent Bourg, of Lockport, on the School Boaid, Vice Paul Meyer removed from the parish, and t Mr. AuimAt 11. Knoltlocl, of Ariel. Justice of the P'eace for the seventh Ward, vice Thomas J. Knuobloch who e failed to qualify. We congratulate e both gentlemen on their good fortune, and wish them success in their new sphere. -***---- Excursion rates will be given to morrow by the Southern Pacific Rail road, from Bowie and Thibodaux to I Jeanerette where the Websters of,( Lafourche will play ball with the I famous Je:nerette Team. SCHEDULE AND RATES: Leaves Time Rates Bowie 8:46 a. m. $2.20 Lafourche 9:12 a. m. 1.8 e Thibodaux 8:15 a. m. 1 90 Schriever 9:18 a. m. 1 75 SChIacaboula 9:37 a. m. 1.60 Donner 9:44 a. m. 1.50 Gibson 9:48 a m. 1.45 Boefn 10:03 a.m. 1.20 ~Morgan City 10:29 a. m. 1.00 Berwick 10:31 a. m. 1.00 Patterson 10:15 a. m. 80 Calumet 10:53 a. m. 70 t Bayou Sa:le 11:05 a. m. 55 Franklia 11:19 a. m. 50 Baldwin 11:28 a. m. 30 3 Adeline 11:36 a. m. 25 re Jeanerette 11:49 a. m. Tickets going on Regular Train. Iteturning on Special, leaving Jeanerette at 7 P. 31. SThe Donaldsonvl:e T:mcs says: , H:ow in the name of heaven it will ever be possible to suppress lynch law in this or any other State Swith leading papers like the Timn.s SDcmocr:t and PIlcayune denouncing the Board (f Pardons for doing what I Sthey conceived to be right; trying ti Sbulldoze the Governor into supplying, blood to satiate the thirst of those who how! for it, au.nd virtually advis -i a ing the mph to resort to murder, Is a he diflicult problem to solve. Lord deliver us from such "public ecuca f torts." S The Times' strictures are just our Sbig dailies did make a serious mistake in that nnfortunate case. n GOV. HEARD'S IDEA g Thinks Remedy for Lynch in Law is IPrompt Trial. of I* discussing the letter of President re oosevelt to Governor Dorbin, Gov. he Heard said in part: yo "I think the remedy for lynch law is prompt and speedy trial. The law m should be relieved of its technicali ut ties by which criminals are able to get long and repeated delays. Every lh ly nching weakens reslpect for the law, his and when men persist in this form of be redress they lose all respects for the law and this in itself superinduces Sand invites other crimes. The Presi Sdent's letter is a strong and timely one and I agree with much of what Re he says. But there is one point on at which he is cear!y mibtakenl and on rh which I strongly dissent from his view. lie seems to think that the le punishment maeted out to negroes for certain nameless crimes are puanish w, ments especially aimed at them by ,h, reason of their color. Hlis Intcon Ih- cepti.-n atises doubtless from the fact a th:It t:h crime is limited almost a exclui\vely tt, the colored race. T'he lpuinihmellit knows no distinction of . tcolor. \hite men rarely commit this aN crime, Iut whena they 4 tlte records t.slih,w that it matters little in what sccti.Ju it occurs, the same punish cr. ment usually fohluws." E.l BURN.--Ol .11, ,to, t, 1hr. aud On 1Frtlliy, to .Mr. and Mrs. Henry ii BL .1, a gii . V I,l. I. - tnt'a tiPr, Imau:irir uf t!,., 'Ii'hl1.i'ldx (":h3i~il,.L C'aot+,TV, i'|- 1, , i, s us that ou T'l, V 11tt ia i molinil. t1 tihe ori.'rt for t i'.it,ot, at the fa tor, ttxce'le'd the stik on hand tv .1:1 I e..It- or TIto tanin. Thi i t vwy tI t4, m o.ll':t 'ling for it Is1'4.1 t': , - 0 , 0 b,, - [ t q ih, lm.i k L i t lt, !:omLet, i't, -tt s:hll .l ,,lit :at . ti lt: i! it) ?I., Il -A.. . and it fu!rtler s!iJwsi that n,,rt t ,, a f:.'to'y run at it-; fuil tal acily th re t :;i !.I he io trouble in disposing of ,I. r: ll lit' "- 1) I " Ii- il Ii . wi'.! stald by .:. . ' . + . ' td fact, for tIo c V, . t exi) riniment of p'ai I.. ,; t te nlid aire wi-l l'l'a ed : ,. its :! II and i - i S:It: to Sa t: :t a imitate their c' t ,mple.I SLabadieville to Have a Bridge The Poli!ee July of Assumptioa ails eoufe.red a ninety nine yr"j franchise on Capt. E. Consta , Louis Coddoiu and others to build and operate an iro:n and steel bridge across the Baynn Lafourche at La badieville. The bridge is to be com pletei and open for use on or before August 1st 1906. Duiring thit first ten years of its existence the rcve1+ues of the br:rdge shall go exclusiveLy to the bridga. company; durinig the next ten years, f the company shall pay one hundred dollars per year 4ntn the parish tress ury of Assuma;tion; during the third decade, it shall pay three hundred dollars per year into the psrish treasury, and during the next half c decade, four 1.,,ndr1rA dllars per year. From aid after ht, expiration of the Trhirty- fifth year the Bridge shat Ie turned over in a gzoI condition I s an1 tl.he revc,t- of the saie buls " shall berlo to th . p.risth of .s pn - d tion and to t::, stck':h.lecrs ofid SBridge Con ii,:, . it the tl:'tl,,o tiN S of ltftv per c- t .. ,' ti,: t , t r , . each party, an.! . am of ant e equal d'visioj of , .t . nuus shall continue until the expirattion of the term of this cout:'..ct or franchise.. A Distingu ihted Convert. Judge il!ira: II. Carver, of Crow io ley, a prominent member of the judi Sciary of Loutsiana, and one who has e long taken an active part in pub'ic affairs, ihas been received into tile Catholic Church. The judge is now es in his 75th year and has been a regu 0 lar practitioner at the Louisiana bar Sfor more than twenty-live year!. ) Southern Messenger. t5 Judge Carver is well known here 30 sad in Assumption parish, wihere lie 5 has many friends who will learn with 0 interest of his conversion. 30 Full line Furniture. 3o Planters llarlware & Mercantile Co 70 - ....- - 55 STATE (f LOtUINIANA, 50 _ _ _ I 3 3)2th Judicial Iuil..triet t'Crt--Par- oft i 25 La~x ur,'l._ . in. C', :s=:"+ +N'- r ELINA &O DraE.A-S, 1 .i ' : t 2t.: I . . Take n tete.: t,, .:r .- . ,,rder andi i,.,r-e , i l, . -,. " ::,:'. it t a Comnfil--in , :1c ii r , ' I, gS alb ve entitld to : .''. - . ! - , - sion, I will off.r for ,..- a . lion pursuant to ;. . to ' , l t, siahet bidd-r at tl I ',- i u h the Town of Tliu)-.laiiix on at SATURD.AY -EPT'FMII "',tih. 11,43, t,,,tw,,, the lurt o, 11 ' l.tr .. 31. a)ilnd 4 o'cl,,(k P..%1. 11.e !u1,1uw;ing des aI eribt-d prope-rty Ito--vI: as nIP.LXL E>TArE. S - A Certain trai of lIa a situ:t.l itt the Pat i-h (,f Lafurh,-. on the ri .'hi Itk S if hay.t a .af ,tircLe. rt ah'. - -oh 'l'lTirtv )rd tiirv-t in 1t-- ,,ow ,l e Q , tow " of "luuio daux, ilmea-urilig --'i* -nd one half ar a- pentt front ,,u said iP:you by the depth there-to h'ougtni i-i-wit: Forty ar renis, bounded ahoy,: ir laid- of tr Marcelin (_idriz 'omd ',, low by land ike now o" formerly belonging to I'hariton Ieattie. Together with all the build ings and improv.mnitis thereon and one third of the crop of corn nw tandin thereon. The said tract bliniu btveen parallel lines extending to tca.r, being p art of the whole tract aquired by Charlton lHeattie fronm V. M. Parkerson ch by private- act on January 2-, 16W", and being lot No. one(l) on plan of said tract executed by A. Jol,-t Jr. Strveyor, on March ~4th, 180. and on file in the Recordir's office of the Parish of La ent fourche. lIes the followint trac4s: First. A portion of the land above described measuring Seventy feet front law on said Bayou hv one hundred and ninety two feet in dopth, bounded above a by land of Marcetin uirlroz and in the ili rear and lte.ow by other lands of ven tlort, sold by act before WVilliam C. to Lj)rraine, Notary Publie, on the "3rd cry day of August t9&2, to Luke Guidroz (, See t'. It. P. 1l1.1 a Setnd. Aunother piriion ,f the tract I of herc'n tirst d,-,.ribei 1.,!l to tlenne the ) .lice, ,,n .M:irchlt'*h i')3t. y aet be fore Gu.-t iu tri'.at Jr., Xtarv Pub iesl lie. n-a-oi E" N.-V, ii , -. lt tr I ..Ii .si said Hav., t v -, ittin,- t and ninety twl~o in i}, l*th ",,tiv un e It.\, b ,ve l'y ~lan s ati el! Luke (;Guiir~looz n bl,,lw b-, !:lln. of -hat the vendor wi > ai. twn- i..,d in ti.-e O1 r,ar. ,'see ('. I-. tP. &23. TLlrd. Anotber p'rt if tie trr.i, - ri on above de,-r.rih&. uluettsuring Mi , t. his feet on said ilavou Iy ,-u- hundrd and the ninety two f,-et in depth. t.,unih-tI at.v. Shvloi of Etienne Detiliet atd ielow for ahd in the rear by lands of vendor. sohl ,,, to Luke tuidruz by act it-fre Unstavy " Abribat Jr., and rccorded in C. B. No by as, page i)3. Onl- MI(VA iLE ]' fact Onelot fA ,ivwelrv. a Milver Vt at--h, a l,,t of Clothing o'ntlaiini- I n Arnioir. l)st one bed, two m.ss .Mattre, ..-. o1 -ilhu'i The Mattres-, one feathlnr lt.i-.er anl "wt of feather pilliws, et,., a lt of i-ve quilt, oune arrm-.ir, a lr ,f chOar.-, two I,,ckin,' this chairs, two snall tables, otu, writtinp rds dc -k, one safe and euntents, one cooking h sto-e and 4 yots, etc., one (-ton. i'- hat about two sae ,k if potatoe. and one i'ue Sb- a liara. wudeni box iettainit ac , l1i ch,,ik, a lamp, thre-.- glas.--g. iOn- wa',-l pit-h,-r :.n, three piitur-s, about fortt h ld~i'.- , * tiic -. u d tn th.- f,,.-w. iua" ter-:u!:|a- ot.2it.ij, t - Wit. F-- - . -h i t Y~' ,v ti . JA: E - li . itY. Dry) Shei, T?; ')f tll, Part"]>i of La..',,ter''i fl, ,', , 5I :rti . A V. ,f <qll ... .' BI -'' Il3'II. - l)'ntin'sl'ark - i v , i,.nn (.,lbs, durinug the p-' t r=' f game took phd' ':-t ".':::1 n was I secur'ed by the N.:polenviti1l.' teim at th ehnd o tli tf , l int n' g ly a score of 7 to . - W ,, esday e ,, li. .. ..1 ette Won :i one Ifro t! ! ' - ,ft'. r an i":n r sting (outc"t iy :. r: tf I to 0. A scond zatu with the J a'nere.tto playeras cs lltt,, au ,'tin in a dcf.ot for th! hole team by Ia a:ore of 1' to 5. At I.)ltt P'.ik to I:in rrc, t '!iat'nviiile i'ase Ihail teati will cros 1I,'s with the St. John S clul). An itet t-l in: g contc-t i- pro'niý^d. Ttec tga',. will Iegin at 4.00 P'. iM. Ad misbioi 25 cents., Ladies 13 ;, ts. The "On Time" one of our junior tl base ball clubs will cross b.ts, to-- t morrow, with the Beattieville Bones, a raul's Park, Braudville. THIBODAUX COLLEGE. Next Seseson Begins 8 ptem Prof. L. M, Bargis desires to an nounce that the Thibodaux College t, " will reopen on Tuesday. September 1st for the entsing scholastic year. 11 l' st year's faculty has been retained for the coming session, and no pains will be saared to give the patrons t full satisfaction and to secure for the pupils the heat results obtainable. C Latin will be taught for the benefit i of thoee who wish to enter upon a clkasical course. r While pupils will he received at any time during the year, there is an evident advantage in entering them at the begionneg of the sesslou, awul iparents and guardians are urged to send them as early as possible. The prices will be the same as in the past. Home Again. Senator W. I1. Price returned last Sunday frou. Watch Hill, R. 1. whith Wr he was called sometime ago by the serious illness of his broAl:.,r, Ex Congressman Andrew Price. The Senator reports his brother's health - considerably impmovcd, though he he i- still a sick man. Congressman Price's as many friends here will learn of his ic improveument with pleasure, and pray •le and hope that he soon will be again iw in full health. u- As for Senator Price himself, the ar short stay at the Rhode Island resort - seems to have done him a great deal of good. . -~----- he I~i et (;tr e tMn, r',. *Wmin of Cardul is induid ds bwsina to tired womIn. iHvinq suffered lfo sevten years with weakners and bear. Im.down 1ains, and having tried sv. erat l dotors and different nmdkes with no success, yo-r 'Wire of Cardul was the o!y ti:,g which helped Ioc. and eveua!hy curtd me It seemed to build up the weak parts, staeaithe I the syskn a ld correct trreularut ." 1 By "tired womrn,-" Mrs. Adams meansa nervous .nrnen who have he disordered menses, fa!ling of the uk womb, ovarian tLouLls or any of these ailments that wormen have. S You ean care yourself at home with t this ret women's remedy, Wine ar- of rdi. Wine of Cardui has of cuared theusanis of eases which ml doctrs have faiiedto benefit. Why tn not begin to get well today ? All id- druggists hbave $I.00 bottles. For e any utoah, liver or bowel disor S der Thedford's Black-Draught should be need. the ove -- out Leave er orders for pianos Sorgans and 9nir tuning with V. J. the Knobloh Loeal Representative ol n- Louis Gronwald Co. Ltd. 13 rd - roi I For Sale. ract ne On easy terms, the property form Ie- erlv hbeloginrg to Ann Sanders, situat i ed corner St. Philip and Kose streets itv For further particulars apply al .,,t i Thibodaux 8entinel Ofice. 52-S SCASTORIA ]For Iafantfs and Childrten. He1 hLi YIm Have Alwap Bolught k FOR SALE - Four double flue Boil e,,.ers 42 inches by 28 feel ,~good as new, served , only six years for bag gasse. ".: For particultrs applp :' at Sentinel office. ' L. E. CA!LLOUET. I Notary Public Bank of Thibodaux Bumi1l4tl 'Phibodaux. La, TheI Racket S~torc Shoe Talk. We take pleasure in announcing rthe fact that we are sole agents for the celebrated ,Tulane $3.50 Shoe' which is made by Keiffer Bros. in their up to.date Shoe Factory iu New Orleans, La. We are showing a nice line of the - latest shapes made up in Vici sad J Patent leathers and would be pleased e to have you call in and Inspect the r line. The Tulane which is truly a Gen Is tleman's shoe has pleased thousands of customers and ought to please you. at] THE RACKET STORE, at - CHAS. A. BADsaCx, Prop. 'o Jackson St., one block from Main. to Breeders of Fancy Poultry, Attention. Buff Cochin eggs for sale at $2.0C ist per dozen. You are invited to visit th breeding pen before placing your he order. - Call either at W. C. DRagans resi 'he dnce or Knobloch'a Music store. 3 ILh. - *o ---- he Ag, nts for the celebrated Charter :e's Oak Stoves. his Planters Hardware & Mercantile Co. ºn Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of a Doctor. the "I am just up from a hard spell of ort the flux' (dysentery) says Mr. T. A eal Pinner, a well known merchant of Drummondl, Tenn. "I used one small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera sad liarrhoea Ba.dlv sad was ared with having a doctor. I oonuider it the best cholera medicine in the world." There is no need of employ. ing a doctor when this remedy is used. for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either for children or adults. It never fails sand is pleasant to take. For sale by Roth Drug Store. Mattings! Mattings! The largest and finest s.ock of mattings that ever was bro~ught tol this tw: has just been received at Ellis Bra'id's Sons. Call and eox amine the same, it wiil pay you to do so, before buying. 36. For jo printing of all kinds, cal on or write to the SENTISNEL. Notice. Hunting and fishing is positively prohibited on the Energy and Leigh ton Plantatious. TIIE CLF.OPIAS LAIABDE CO. LTm. 38-6m. For Sale. 1 One lot situated on Jackson street, desmrable location to build residence. ( $1,500. ThoMAs A. RIV'ans. Wood! Wood! For sale arst class cypress wood, II stove length at $1.20 per cord. Good mised wood stove length at $2.00 pes oord, at Frost's lnkmber ysarld. Apply to aos 6 8CUDDAT AND ALLML FnoeT. Sof Bargamsl Bargainsll at 8. R. Coo 13 Ilon, bargains that it will pay yon tc investigate. For Sale. orm - tuat. A full set of b"Modern Eloquence' eets. by the late Speaker Thos. B. Reed ly at Excellent chance to secure this fin 2-St set of works at a reasonable price. I you want them, apply at this offLe. SNotice. gt Hunting on the Acadia Plantatioi is possitively prohlbitert. 22 W. H. Palce. Rice! Ricel Rice! Oil-] We soeit the consignment of RICE. Liberal advances et made. Satisfaction guaran ied teed Correspondence solicited ag. J. GROSSMAN & SONS .New Oricans, La, Box 117! a'.t th eh'coa liiqnor delhsr an d ttral,~btrs of Harmony Clul 2 Pure live. Big Bargain1 IN Straw Hats AT iELLIS BRAUD'S SONS Come and get your choice almost at your ... Own Price. e I. L. LOBDELL, Pres. P. B. iJOSEPR CLAUDET V-Preident. -._ jl1e Irobdell & er@Y Wholesale Dealers Gommission Merch ants. Near S. P. Railroad Depot, Thibodaux, La. ".L enta 3 and Oi~ei Fforr, or-Orders For Car-load Lots Solicited. Sugar Planters orders given special attention for iGrain and Hay, Local 'Phone 152.-Cumberland 87. 3 Follow Sthe Tide f We are all going to, i H. Riviere & Co. I and examine their im S mense line of spring rug and .summer goods. : WhiteGoods aSpecialty n Having bought a $ large quantity of esample Embroider $ ed Handkerchiefs $ they are ready to save their custom" ers 25 olo on this purchase. Iood -They have also a specie line of Misses and Childred o shoes in all styles & prices. (Call on them before purchasing. 2 A Match Starts the Mea If You Use a "" WICKLESS BLUE f L4 M el OIL STOVE, Will boil, bake, broil or fr d. better than a wood or col NS, stove. H. RIVIERE & CO., Iu A ents for Ltfourche Parish