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DIBEOTOS--E. I Hall, J. H. Hoffman, 0 A. Lewry, B.C. ]
miap, D.). D. uAda, D. Hebert, B. F. Carr.
Collections receiie prompt attention. A gemea banking
D. E. SWEET, President. C. L. PARDEBE, Cashier.
Jeunnigs Bankiig and Trust Co.
Does a General Banking Buainess. Collections Promptly Attended
F. B. Cutting S Co.
Have for sale rice and oil
lands- See them before
OFFICE OPPOSITE JENNINGS BANKiNG & TRUST CO.
Best Line in Town
Of Candies, Fruits and Confectioneries.
All the leading brands of Tobacco and
Cigars. Stationery and Blank Books.
Elegant lot of Box Paper.
Th OS. A. RAT HE.
BLTJ FONT %SHE STORE
W. S. CASE, Proprietor.
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MAMOT PRAIRIE, Dec. 2, .
. eavy 'hander storm. and rain: h
last night. i
Willie Jones and family from
Lota came over Saturday to visit i
there mother Mrs. Longman at t
Evangeline, returned Sunday.
Mrs. George Wright spent t
Thanksgiving day at Mrs.George '
Funk's at Evangeline. s
Mrs. Rampmier and son Otto t
is very sick, js
The Evangeline school house h
is about completed, will open
school this week.
The bridge over bayou Deos r
Canes to Crowley is finished and t
it is a good out~et to our Prairie.
Alexson Daigle from Evange- l
line had a little girl 7 years old '
killed Sunday afternoon by corn- F
ing home from Lacusine. She r
fell out of their wogon and the i
wheel pLpassed over- her head
killing iier instantly. Will be bur- t
led at Riverside cenletary today.
Mrs. W. H. Parrott visited ler t
mother at Eunice.She staid there f
al month, and came 11 m1o last
week looking well. "
Mr. Andiot Biersha will be
marriet on the 4th Wednesday
at Mr. Lova\sti at Riverside to a
lady that stays there. Mr. L.'
S .a tl' rot lUtL will tie the inot.
Ursiln Daigie is doing big busi- I
ness i llis store at the llpresent c
(3Leo. Aylswerth froml the Riv
erside hotel is moving back to
Jennings this week. t
Mro, Stan-iley has been very
1porly this long utne. t
l'i l, l~11 lice is about :tiuish-l
ed. CI N iDEhELLA. L
r.F. oil iea1es and lg.idl
la :every dtseription, also
F,)b hpri.tinuf oil kinds, call at i
tilt, uo i '.),i: ,thii ,. A\il printing
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'The" te etr.4s' semi unnual
1 meetingof Clcasieu plrrisll was
'held atthe rlirb sohool building,:
Lake Chiles, Friday and Satur- 4
Sday. There were some sixty j
teachers present at the morning
session. The meetingwas caled '
to order by President YemerFor.
Supt. McNeese made an inst.rue- I4
tive address on the purposes of
the Institute and $the following
subject were discussed: "How
to make the association a better
success,"and "The special three
j mill tax for wards and towns and
how to secure it." The after
noon session was called to order Ct
by Prof. Yeager at 2:3s1 p. rn.
The discussion of the special
tax wasresumed.prof. and Snupt.
McNeesn especially !uratin,: the
building of better schnt,lhouse.
'"Other parishes have them,"
- Prof. Yeagers remarked, "why
not ours?" The discussion e(nd(led
in a cubstantial move made by
I Mrs. Vincent that a committee
be appointed to work upl sy m
pathy from the press aunt se:re I
their co-operation in the miyove
for a special tax.
i discussion was entered into
by Profs. Gott. Stuart, M(.Noosea
and Yeager relative to a central
Iward school, a middle s(h11,ol
' where teachers of the primary
t Irade (can fit tlie: selves for
hiigher c'ra;de work.
A move was made by Supt.
- McNeese, and carried that a
comlnmittee of five be appl))inted to
formulate a coulrse iof study for
the central ward schu ,(ls. 'The
SOessi,)n ended in a (distcussim of
the advisability of holdini. a
ainite actiono was ,stpOlned until
-a vot, f all the tea'('l4C'rs in the
laris.lh ctuld te 1h'I1. T'il.., m (rn
in.. session opened at Ill a. in.
and after so efo .rther discuIi ssin (
ti the lu)r'vioul.s (qu stl ins :tlad ilt
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Having the best propositiol of any oil
company in Louisiana, now off.=r
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C. S. MO p_-.,
Secretary and Treasurer.
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