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THE STATE OP LOUISIANA.
20th JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT PARISH OP LAFOURCHE. Succession of Charles Arthur Gaude No. 2015 Probates. Whereas Felix JL Gande, of said parish, administrator of the aforesaid succession, has rendered a final ac count of his adiniuiairation of the a foresaid estate; Now, therefore, all persons, cred itors and heirs, nnd others interested are hereby warned and notified to file their oppositions to said account, in writing with the Clerk of said Court, at his office in the Town of Thibo oaux, La., within ten days after the first publication hereof, otherwise th. said account will be approved aurt homologsten in accordance with law. In Testimony whereof, (L.S.) witness my hand and the impress of the seal of my office, at Thibo. daux, La.,Oct. 26, 1911 J. A, O. Coignet P. J. Aucoin, of council. Deputy Clerk Notice. Donaldsonville La. March 1911 ($4000.) I hereby return my thanks to the J. H. Hempel Insurance Agency of Lucy La. for the promptness with which they Bettled my claim for loss by Fire for $4000,—paid me infull by J. H. Hempel, Ageut. Signed: Fred Rogge, WANTED—Cosmopolitan ïine requires the services of a repre sentative in Thibodaux to look after subscription renewals and to extend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission. Previous experience desirable but notessentail Whole time or spare time. Address, with references, H. C. Csmpbell, Cos mopolitan Magazine, 1789 Broadway, New York City. Trespass Notice Hunting fishing »nd trapping on O ur lands is strictly prohibited and trespassers wiB be prosecuted to the foil extent of the law. Philip "oupj, Edward Toups, Oscar Cancienne, Cyprien Cancienne, C. Penisson, Leonce Morvant. Trespass Notice Hun'ing and trapping on our lands T« strictly prohibited aud trespassers ▼ill be prosecuted to the full extent the law. Louisiana Meadows Company Trespass Notice Hunting and trapping is strickly prohibited on my Plantations. Tres passers will be pnsecuted to full ex tend o tt»9 at C. S. Mathews. Trespass Notice The public is hereby notified not to bunt, fish, or otherwise trepass on my properties id Terrebonne parish, form erly owned by L. Lejeune and «Jos Tabor. Violators will be dealt with according to law. E mxlbus T hieopacx fF the j . . Merchants need bill heads, The business meu envelopes, The teachers programs, The girls visiting cards, The young men wedding invitations Come to T he 8 ïntinel office. Trespass Notice! The public is hereby notified that hunting, fishing, moss-picking, trap ping and otherwise trespassing, is positively proeibited on any and all our lands, under the penalty of the law. H. J. L utcher and others. D ibert , S tark * B rown. Cypress Lumber Co. Ltd NOTICE Bienz No hunting is allowed on «nd Webre Plantations. J,evert & Morvant. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interests in Lafourche andad lacent countries. Salary or Commis sion. Address Lincoln Oil Co Cleve sud, O. Good gardeners arc those v. 1 ho n:!se good flow ers end vegetables. Good flowers and vegetables come from cooi seeds. ( We pro duce good seeds—t-io iiiier ence is obvious. For sale , everywhere. J9S2 SEED ANNUAL Ftfee on ï£cqu«flï D .W. TEKS'/ S CO. Ceîroil, it* Saving The -Sunshine. Most true conservationists *ill a gree with the Secretary of the Inte rior in his condemnation of those loud talkers who spend their energies in discussing the wickedness of waste without at the same time being will ing to assist in any practical plan to stop (he evils they so greatly deplore We suspect, however, that few, e. ven of those good citizens who believe id the wisest use of natural resources and who are sincerely eager ts safe guard the public good both now and hereafter, realze how easy it is to ne, gleet opportunities for conservation which lie at our door. The coal and fnrests in Alaska are of vast impor tance, but the disceargts of our duuy with regard to them will not occupy much of our time. A nearer need is to see that we make the best of natu al rftsomces iu our own back yards. How about making ii two blades of grass grow where one grew before? Why isn't that just as important «s keeping the coal or saving til* streams or doing any of the thousand and one things that wo individually can only talk about? Our truest con 8ervationist are those gardemers and farmers who catce the suushi' e and hu-band the rain and strive intelli gently to keep pace in production with the increase of the non-agricultu ral population The need of conservation of food suppiying resources is obvious. There arc more people iu America every year and every year the soil if unre plenished is impoverished. The area of rich iand decreases atd the cost of rises. Couserv it ion cf ttie po tential power of sun and soil is the only reasonable solution of the pro blem of natiou-feeding and just hen is our opportunity. Wnat is for the nation's good is also for our indivi dual profit. The wise use of the soi' means money in our pockets. The very greatest product of land is derived from "Intensive gardening." Through generations of intelligent selection and breeding thoroughbred seeds have been developed whose yield far Curpcsses in quality and quantity that of the ordiyary strains You can be a true conservationist if you have a successful garden. Be sure, however, to start right by plant ing thoroughbred seeds. These can bought of seedsmen having suffi cient capital and experience to know what they are abo«t and a reputation to maintain. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Han Always Bnçht Bears the Signatare of Favor Women on Boards. School The women of the State are taking steps toward securing representation for their sex on school boards, charitable in stitutions, hospitals and asy. lums. To that end,under the leadership of the Era club, an organization of 80o prominent women of New Orleans, a pe. tition is being prepared for presentation to the legislation at its next session asking that constitution of the state be a. mended, so as to make women eligible to these positions. Chairmen have been named for each parish to prosecute the work of preparing the pe titions asking for such action, Miss Jean Belsher having been appointed chairman for Cal casieu parish. The American-Press sees no reason against women hold ing such positions, and many reasons in favor of such an amt;udment. As a matter of fact, the legislasure should go further and permit women to vote for all such school offi cers as are elective. — JLr C. A merican-Pjess. Trespass Notice Hunting and trapping 011 our lands( it* strictly prohibited and trespassers will be prosecuted to the full exteot of the law. B owib L umber C ompa • NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS, PARISH OF LAFOURCHE State of Louisiana, Parish of Lafourche. Sheriff and Tax Collector's Office. Thibodaux, Nov. 25, 1911 Whereas the State Tax Rolls of the year 1911 have bien fiied in this office of the Recorder of Mortages for the Parish of Lafourche, and a copy therefore Las been de livered to me. Now therefore, I, James Beary, sheriff and ex-effioio tax collector, in conformity with the provisions of Act No 170, of 1898, do hereby give notice that the taxes as sessed for the year 1911, as set forth on the tax r oils oi> file in my office aud in this mortgage office of this parish, are due, and the taxes on movable property became de li nquenton th d first day of October 1911, and the taxes on immovable property will become delinquent on the 31 day of Dec., 1911, in accor dance with said Act No. 170 of 1898, and will bear iuterest at the rate of two per cent per month, until sold under Art. '233 of the Constitution. The publication of this no tice once a week for five weeks, and the posting there of on the door of the room where the 20th Judicial Pis trict Court of Lafourche par ish iä held, is by law made full and complete notice to each tax payer and to any person whom it may concern. Tax payers are invited to call at once and settle their taxes in order to avoid interest and costs. JAS. BEARY Sheriff and Tax Collector, Palish of Lafourche. Mrs. Justilien Foret and her cbarming daughter Miss Jeanne returned from New Orleans this week. Mrs. Emma Lambert, of Thi bodaux, was here during the early part of the ween as the guest of friends. Invitations have been is sued to the members of Bikur Cholim Congregation to at tend the Bar Mitzzah celebra tion of Master Naptalie Pol mer, son of of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Polmer, of Schriever, which will take place at Bi kur Cholim Synagogue, at 10 o'clock to-morrow forenoon. Rabbi H. Rosenwassner, of Baton Rouge, will officiate. Arthur J. Tetrean. member of the Thibodaux Livery firm of Tetreau and Lefort, was in town yesterday and conclu ded arrangements with the Lemann Company to lease *,he big stable building at the cor ner of Mississippi and St. Pa trick streets, formerly occu pied by R. A. gtephenson. Mr. Tetreau stated that his firm will open a first-clars li very stable here, and will be ready for business Jan. 1st*— Donaldsonville Chief. HttCatfïIWagazMie and McCall Patterns For Women Hm Mora Friands than asy other magazine or patterns. McCall's is the reliable Fashion Guide monthly in one million one hundred thousand homes. Besides showing all the latest designs of McCall Patterns, each issue is brimful of sparkling short stories and helpful information for women. Save Money ud K m » ia Styl« by subscribing for McCall'* Magazine at once. Costs only 50 cents a year, including any one of the celebrated McCall Patterns free. McCaU Patterns Laad all others ia style, fit, simplicity, economy and number sold. More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any other two makes combined. None higher than 1 j cents. Buy from your dealer, or by mau from MeCALL'S MAGAZINE 236 -246 W. 37th St-, Ksw York Ciîj J. ARTHUR 3LOUI1M Notary Public Office at Theriot Store, Telephone 261-H. RACHLAND LA^ ai LocA ragraphs. Thaaks ^ivicgday was quiet lyobservdj in Thibodaux. The local banfes were closed anc the post opce was opened on ly at tnai^hours The bari) of Desire Lagreze a mile above town, and a lo cal dairyman, was consumed by, fire on Thursday mcrning at aboubt 11:30 o'clock. The I cal firemen rendered valua ble assistance in saving neigh boring buildings. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Mr. Alfred Picot and fami ly have taken up their resi dence in ouT^wn. We wel come them* Mr. and Mrs. Tkomas Ri viere and Dr. and Mrs. Phil Riviere were recent, visitors to the Crescent City. Judge W. P. Martin left this week for Washington D. C., wherb he goes to represent this parisn aBa delegate at the waterway convention. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Mrs. Lee Garland of Ope lousas, is visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. Austin Hessian. Mr. C. J. Legendra was in New Orleans this week. Mr Elphege Clement this week moved his family in town occupying the beautiful Pujos residence, lately pur chased by Mr. Clement. Sena $. A. O. Coignet, Mayor P. J. Aucoin and Judge Màrtiu were in atten dance at the Broussard meet ing in New Orleans last Sat urday. I Chief Ghas A. Riviere and • m his efficient corps ot firemen were out Sunday morning for inspectioi, and incidantally took a little exeacise. The outing no doubt proved bene ficial to tie firemen. Dr. Salles, left on Thnrsda; where he Nose au *i bodaux a for- New Orleans, will take a post gra duate cot rse at the Eye, Ear Throat Hospital. T)r. Sal as will return to Th 1 »out December 15, to resurnqbis practice. Ends nters Troubles To many, irinter is a season of troud!e. The frost-bitten toes and fingers, chapped hands and lips, chil blains, cold-sores, red and rough skins jtfove this. But such troubles fly be jbre Buckfen'ft Arnica Salve. A tri« «I .convinces. ^ Greatest, \healer of burns, Ixjils, piles, cut«, sores, brui ses, eczema and sprains. Only 25c at |kl druggists. X ' S Trespass Notice Hunting and trapping on our lands is strictly prohibited aud trespassers will be. prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Des Allemands Land Company, Ltd For Sale. "Prospérons restaurant and saloon in sugar and rice district, established 1881 ;rau*t act quiekjaddress occupant 1116 N. Derbigny Mew Orieaus. A Terrible Blunder. , to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. ; Take Dr. King's New Life Pill on the j first sign of constipation, biliousness or inactive bowels and prevent viru lent indigestion, jaundice or gall atones. They regulate liver, stomach and bowels and build up your health. Ouly 25c at all druggists. To Candidates. The rates for announcing candidates in The S entinel will be 99 follows and in all cases must be paid cash in advance: For State, District and Parish Offices $10.00 For Ward Offices 5 00 This includes the first and second primary and a place on the tickte selected, after the second primary until the election. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce James Beary as a candidate for Sheriff for the Pa rish of Lafourche, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary elec tion to be held m January 1912. We are authorized to announce Albert Morvant as a candidate for Sheriff for the Pa rish of Lafourche, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary elec tion to be held in January 1912. For Clerk of Court. We are authorized to announce J. Louis Aucoin. as a candidate for Clerk of Court of «he Parish of Lafourche subject to the action of the Democratic primary election to be held in January 1912 For Assessor. We art* authorized to announce. Severin Foret. as a candidate for assessor for the Parish of Lafourche, subject to the action of the Democratic primary e lection to be held in January 1912. For Coroner. We are authorized to announce Dr. A. J Meyer as a candidate for Coroner of the Pa rish of Lafourche, subject lo the ac tion of the Democratic primary elec tion to be held in January 1912. For Constable. We are authorized to announce Max Dupre. as a candidate for Constable of the 2nd Ward subject to the action of Democratic Primary. We aie authorized to announce Walter Roger as a candidate tor Constable of the 2nd Ward, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary election to be held in January 1912. We are authorized to announce Chas. Fleetwood. as a candidate for constable ef 2nd. Ward subject to the the Democratic Primary. the aotiou of We are authorized to announce. Emanuel Keller as a candidate for Constable of the 2nd Ward, subject to the action of the Democratic P:ima"y. For Justice of Peace We are authorized lo announce Chas, Riviere as a candidate for Justice of Peace of the 2nd Ward, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce S. R. Coulon as »candidat«» for Justice of Peace if the 2nd Ward subject to the action «if the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce C. A, Engerran as a candidate for Justice of Peace of the 2nd Wavd subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. We are authorized to announce C. J. Deramee as a candidate for Police Juror of the 10th Ward, Parish of Lafourche, subject to the action of the Demo cratic Primary election to be lirld in January 1912. We are authorized to announce L. Z. Boudreaux as * candidate for Police Juvor, of the 5th ward, Parish of Lafourche, subject to the action of the Democra tic Primary Election to be held in January 1912. Having you registered? Of course, you will want tc vote in the January primary, and will raise "Old Harry" if you cannot do so. Unless you are properly registered you will , not be allowed to vote. Bet ; . # j ter make a special trip and see that your name is enrolled as it should be. It will be too late when you come to vote. Do it now. Remember 'he Ladies Writing Room The Reading & Consultation Room Yours to use anytime. REMEMBER to meet your friends at the Bank. That one dollar wJ.ll open an account. That payment by check gives you a standing not to be had otherwise. Bank of Thibodain THIBODAUX, LA. An Open Letter To The Sugar Planters. Competition may be the life of trade, but it is easier to do business when you have NO COMPETITION. That is evi dently what our competitors thought when they leased all the barns in Thibodeaux and employed the Messrs. Mattin gly and Mr. Simon Drexlerinaddition to-tlieir regular force for the coming season, and tried to keep us fro'n finding out anything about it until it would be too late for us to get in to the game. DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU? IT MEANS THAT THIS HEAVY INCREASE IN THEIR EXPENSES WILL HAVE TO BE ADDED on to : •- •< • .• •••••• . the price of the Mules that they sell YOU THIS SEASON, or to be a DEAD LOSS, as it is all in salaries and rents they are paying to KEEP OUT COMPETITION. Now we have bought the Jeffries Property between the Ice Plant and the Percy-Lobdell Grocery Co., and are build ing our own barn. We will continue to do business along the same lines as we have always done. If We Cannot Sell You The Best Mules In The Market At The Lowest Possible Price, We don* Expect Your Business. IT IS UP TO YOU. Will you give your business to the man that gives you the most for your money or to the man who has tried to corner the market? Sparks Bros. & McGee. SCH0a °LQF BUSINESS!" SOULE COLLEGE. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be rlTen the best tralals r to pre paie them for success In business. Personal Instruction, Frre Kmploy tnent Department. Complete College Ba^k. College Store and Wholesale Offices. Ko misrepresentations to secure stu dents. Through the success ofits 22000 former students, Soule College la recognized everywhere as a Wldt Awake, Practical. Popular and 8oo> cessful School. GBO. SOUXrB * so** YOUR NOTICE. In accordance with the provisions of Act. No. 189 of 1910, the following leases have been cancelled and terminated for non-payment of rent, viz: LAFOURCHE. No. 2173 1555 2513 2372 2698 1896 2326 2457 2516 2224 2260 2114 Name Acreage Ay maid D. 13.55 ßourg WiliOn 4 33 Bousagard Beauregard 1.38 Sheramee Theogene 18 00 Colin L. Duet Felicien Duet Chtramie Duet Alcee Duet Alcee 2.02 23.00 10.00 18.00 4 48 Eymard Bienvenue 34.00 Eymard Bienveuue 8.00 Galliano L, 11.84 320oldGalliaiio A.Mrs. 8.15 1311 Galliano Laod 9.37 1961 Wallace Smith 3.13 1960 Wallace Smith 3.80 2438 Pierre Toups 16 00 Location Bay L'eau Duce Timbalier Bay From Mo. of Bayou Evana. Bay L'eau Dace or Pas* da liquet. Timbalier Bay Cut N. Brush laje Lake Raccourci N.W. Shore Lake Raccourci Bayou Timbalier Bay Ea** Mai Nome Bay des Mangles Bay de9 Mangles Bay L'eau Duce Wilson Bay Timbalier Bay West Shore Timbalier Bay JV. E. Shore Timbalier Bay Lake Raccourci and Bavou Blue Now, therefore, the Board of Commissioii^ra for th.* Proiection of Birds, Gamean'l Fish, will offra for lease all the bottoms of tb«î cancelled leases to tiie highest bidder, m:ide in the form of an application for lease, t" be f ï j I hijToffiee on or b< fore th» 1 30th day of December 1911. At the end of -an' Mr«.-, ail aup'ieatious will be considered and aw^nl.d a coord'ng to tliü luw; [ ;<n'ided that the formtT leases shall have the first privilege to release .-au! .>.>!»r bottoms by paying all past due rent, together with (lOojo) per cent as provided by law, aud provided thai it is paid hufore the above fixed day. All persons are hereby warned not to molest (,r touch or en?!'*, upon in any way any of the abo/e described oyster bottom* under the penalty of the law until they are leased or re-leased. FRANK M MILLBB, President Board of Commissioners, for the Protection'. <>f Buds, Game &Fish. November 10. 1911.