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F OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. LA.
VOLUME XXXVIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 20, 1902. NUMBER 2.
Thb Best au4 Most Stylish
Buggies, The Strongest
and Zost Durable
Vordenbaumen Lumber Co., Ltd.
Alsoa Complete Line of Builder's Hardware and Material.
The Largest and Completest Stock of Lumber in Southwest
Pri always the Lowest.
S..µ. . ~A handsome Line 6f Fall and, Winter goads being re
ceived daily at
T LEVY 'BROS9
T h e P ro g ressiv e M erch a n ts o f L a fay ette;
at asO* z.&L'T5 'Tsa L.0W35.
L. BTZP 2i1 B resteient.
A Iait tln for b airatian of botirmexes in the Arti, Sclences, Manual
Somestic Science. and Comannercial Branches. Offers five touriel of
Btus~eqftiug , two, three and four years for completion, as follows:
"C i3. aManual Trainn LCourse
,. seum2V1U 3..TS,
a a,, SfR fraphy Course. 4. Domestic Science Course.
ýi u Itm*ftr Admissi~on : 14 years or older; satisfactory examination In Gram.
mels, Ineluding Arithmetic to percentage, and elementary Geography
pe~w builMa commodious and modern in appointments. Equipment
s thfulness excellent. TUITION FREE Neceessary
qwbibmmh for Young Ladies, with all modern equipment and
k, ýs e.. ed for each student, sapclous and well furnished bed
by elecgricity. filtered water from city water
dter for rinklik and cooking, Apply in advance for
in privute familiesa at o10 to 12 50 per month.
D *MWALº SESSION OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT 17, 1901.
hqarn p1Ieatiom. For other Information write to
" 7. L.. ROT, Lafayette, La.
frld' Futurity Race
} of O$ , Guaranteed by the
Colts and Filies, foals of 1901.
payable as follows: $7.60 to se
on. $5,00 pa b1e on or before
O. L' 7,50 to 8 ar. Distance; One. .
Tak ?iaoe in Jwne,
VOL, 2, NO '. TIE BLUE STORE, Lafayette, La. VOL. 2. No t..
WE HANDLE ONLY If anything does not suit you, bring it back and get RELIABLE MERCHAWISE.
your money. I REIBEMRH ,IE
GREY - BED TICKING. MEN'S FLEECE LINED
BLANKETS CALICOES, DARK, * UNDERSHIRTS
A Hummer CANTON FLANNEL. - CTS. a yard. 25 cts. each.
CorroN PLAIDS.2 t. ah
35 cts..............a pair. Never Saw The Like Before.
Women's Heavy Misses Black Men's Linen Collars Yard Wide
Ribbed Vests, Ribbed Hose - High Turn Down Bleached Cotton
at 12 cents each. 5 cts. a pair. J at 5 cts. each. 4 cts. a yard.
We Are the Ribbon People.
No .22 Satin at 1o cts. a yard. No, 12 Liberty at io cts, a yard.
Balance Ladies Summer Men's Ladies Walking Hats One Lot Women's Shoes
Shirt Waists, Silk Scarfs 50 cts. to $3.00 Worth i.oo, 1.15 and $1.25,
Your choice 15 cts. 15 cts, crakerjacks. And the proper style too. Your choice........65c.pair,
Balance One Lot Women's Pegged Shoes : One Lot Men's Low
Women's Tan Oxfords, Men's Oxfords Solid and good, worth $1.25. Quarters, 65c. a pair,
Yours at 38 cts. Yours at 39 cts. Just half price ............63 cts. A mere song.
Broadcloth 5£ in. Child's Wool Steveiis All Wool Fancy Silks
All colors, worth 1.5o :.Black Hats Waisting Flannel _ Worth 75-85-95,
Yours at $i.oo a yard. ;ti cts. each. -all colors..........22 1-2 c. Yours at 40 c. yard.
C~Good Heavy Outing at 5 Cents.Pr
T'he ertt d-line of dress trimmings on which you ever laid your two yes
Mercerized Ginghams, sold everywhere at 25 cents, yours at 15 cents a yard.
WHITE BED QUILTS, 48 cts. ALL WOOL PLAID BLANKET 48 in. -FLANNEL BOYS LACE SHOES.
A real Marseilles Quilt _ y Worth $6.oo A Beauty, - 13 to 2
worth 6: o Yours at 3.53 All Colors Black and Tan
Yours lot 4.35. 1014 size. at 50 cts. a yard. 75 cts a pair.
Lafayette, La, TNEl BLUE STORE. ' Sep. I7, 19o2
Ferdinand Gum bel =& Co.
Cotton Factors and commission Merchants,
812 Ferdido St. NEW ORLEARS, La.
:We make liberal advances on conaignments.
Correspon4ence solicited.- Represented by Wm. Pellerin
'Chrls sad Lena" at the Crmseut
clever: PeteaIer, the German
dialect:comedian who, h~as made
WIOS sof play-goers laugb'by
un idday,° gongwell than
and h ' beausethe rich:
plapyqizw att rescUt Tbegtae
mklisweek He hasbr'ought;
"Crsnd "baabak~for'the old
tre, attests that, and all enjoyed
the show, the comedian: and his
chief fuamakers, John Kernell and
Bessie=Miller., The gods in the
gallery went wild about 'Chris
and Lena,' because it has the
most thrilling climaxes, and in
every one Baker, as the German
emigrant, Chris, is afforded a
splendid apportunity. When
"Chris and Lena" was brought
out Baker and Farron won in
stnt popula ty, ,for ji was con
stractK d on p z4li .
th . 0 crain , mneya o gre
This called for another villain, and
of course, the German emigrant is,
used as a foil for the vil'ains.
T1here is a run of exciting events
and the heroism of the German
emigrant brings about a delight to
alL To break the thrilling story
quite a good deal of fun is intro
duced, as well as a number of
song and dances, Mr. Baker has
a sweet:voice and to-day he is a
delighful singer. He was appilan
ded time and asain. Mr. Baker
does not monopolize thestage, and
there is plenty of time given to
John Kernell, the Irish dialect
comedian, who can make one
laugh more in a minute than doz
ens of most comedians. He made
a positive hit. Miss Miller, who
has a good voice, won saucess as
Lana. Mr. Joseph Farron, a son of
the elder Farron. who introduced
t pay, was good ash Lawyer
Sart. 1Vliss Winthrop did well,
too. The others of the comppty
Cin' =tkting , h415`
-me fi i n
' Lafayette. Schools,
The enrollment at the High
!school is now I54, at the Primary
The usefulness and popularity
of our town schools are rapidly
growing, and the advantage of
'having good schools is pretty gen
erally appreciated as shown by the
large attendance. Lafayette needs
a gew school building badly, and
it is hoped that before the year is
out, the people will vote a tax to
build one cjmmensurate with the
needs of the town.
Ladies are specally invited th
look at the beautiful line of idse
goods at Schtuuekns.
A man au~a bet ..
And a man f payswet
`And an mtaypuff and
But he can'tget itade. =
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