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The very latest "Just Out" Ladies Ready-to-Wear Hats,
Misses Hats and Baby Caps, Face Veils, White and
colored figured Lawns, white and colored Linens, fancy
white waisting, solid colors and figured French Percales
and Ginghams, Ribbons in all width and shades. Ladies
under Vests and Summer Corsets, etc.
Southern Pacific R. R. Schedule.
ARRIVES. LEA VES.
No. 8, 2:30 a. m.............2:40 a. in.
No. 2, Terminal...........4:04) a. m.
No. 6, 10:35 a. m.......... 10:55 a. in.
No. 10, 1:30 p. m............1:35 p. m.
No. 4, 6:10 p. m ..............Terminal
No. 7, 2:26 a. m.............2:30 a. m.
No. 5, 10:55 a. m....... ....11:00 a. in.
No. 9, 4:50 p. m.........4:55 p. m.
No. 1, 9:25 p m.........Terminal
No. 3, Terminal............6:20 a. m.
No. 706, 10:30 a. m...........Terminal
No. 705. Terminal.........11:20 D. m.
Tuesday, March 10, 1908.
Sec. F. V. Mouton, of the Pro
gressive League, has returned
from a meeting of the Commer
tial Secretaries held in New
Orleans last week.
Our clothing possesses quality
style and workmanship which
makes it fit,look dressy and wear
well, remember this when you
need a suit.-Kahn's.
Chas. Berst, special agent of
the Gamewell Fire Alarm Co.. of
Cincinnati, arrived yesterday
to be present at the meeting of
the Fire Department last night.
Just received, a nice lot of
David Berg's Kosher sausages
and beef fat.-R. H. McFaddin.
O. B. Hopkins went to Patter
son Saturday on business, re
tutning that night.
Our stock of bulk garden seeds
is much better than ever before.
We guarantee these seed to grow.
Judge O. C. Mouton, Jos. E.
Mouton and Frank E. Brous
sard went to Lake Charles
Thursday on business.
When you want groceries
phone up 245 and tell me your
wants.-F. O. Broussard.
Misses Eliza and Rena Hop.
kins and Leola LeRosen retur' l
ed from New Orleans Thursday,
Golden dent corn, golden dent
corn, golden dent corn at Moss
Mrs. G. M. Parish left Friday
morning to spend a few days in
For a good rig go to Theals
kiss Lura Burkett, of Milton,
spent Saturday in Lafayette.
IDo't send away for your gar
des seed, we can save you money
and guarantee our seeds.-Moss
A. Millet who has been spend
ing some time in New Orleans,
When you want any kind of
feed stuff,just ring up P. Guidry
Misses Stanley and Massey
spent Saturday in town with
FOR SALE-75 barrels of gen
i `n: open .kettle, sugar cane
syrup atl $18.50 per bbl of 42 gsl
lobag F. O. B.-R. P. Mitchell,
?IIs uII, o o Stable.
Good ewams at Reasonable Prices.
x wt asj.h ~u~s
Mrs. Frank Hopkins and chil
d ren went to Opelousas Thursday
and returned Sunday accompa
nied by Mr. Hopkins.
The Eclipse shoe is a deserved
favorite because it wears easy
Mrs. Wynne will leave today
for Bunkie, where she will visit
friends and relatives.
Get your fish and oysters from
G. Bunt. He also keeps fresh
vegetables in season and game
when it is to be had.
Mrs. A. B. Denbo is expected
If our garden seed sold in
bulk do not come up, we will
give you some more seeds.
Mr. J. Nusz expects to leave
this afternoon for Mexico to ac
cept a position with the railroad.
Golden Dent Corn in any quan
tity at the Moss Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Finch and chil
dren left yesterday for their
home in Virginia, after a pleas
ant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Mouton and family. Miss Paul
ine Mouton accompaned them.
When you want corn, oats,
alfalfa or prairie bay, chicken
feed, bran or any kind of feed
stuff, ring up D. P. Upton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Platt and
little daughter, Hazel Louise,
spent Sunday in town with Mr.
Fletcher Garnet and family.
Our phone number is 34, call
us up when you need groceries.
-Morgan & Debaillon.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Authement
became the proud parents of a
sweet little baby boy last Thurs
Biossat will give you satisfac
tion on your watch and jewelry
Henry Primeaux, of Opelousas.
was in town Saturday and Sun
We have just received a beau
tiful line of tailor made and ready
to wear hats. Call and see our
new line of Fisk hats.-Mouton
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Brous
sard spent Sunday in Crowley.
Try an afternoon drive behind
one of Theal's good teams.
Miss Sarah Landau returned
Thursday from New Orleans.
All kinds of bulk garden seeds
guaranteed fresh, at the Moss
FOR RENT-A modern, ip-to
date residence, furnished and
conveniently located. - L. D.
Onion sets, onion sets, onion
sets, onion sets at Moss Phar
We have received a fresh lot of
Tuffy made br the Scott factory
-it's nice, try it.-Bernard &
Mrs. J. W. Griffith, of St.
Louis, arid Frederick Bacon, of
New Yorlr, are visiting Mrs.
JTobd Ramsey's family.
We carry a nice line of dress
goods witha trimmings toe match.
Please ailov mwe space in your
paper to re(:tor ( my approval and
endorsement of the action of our
City Council in the almost unani
mous vote in favor of the Anti
gambling Ordinance (being only
on0 vote again'et t;e Sna .)
While to sonme of u r people
the ordinance many app-ar tfo
hro td ;tol1 s5wo('p1inv. in IcUt i
cuts off all playi4g 'l, cards f -r
prizes, and what is termed gen
tlemen gambling, at the sum(
time we must remnem)er that
the Council could not, 'sell d ra ',
the line of discriatination b)'
tween this kind and allow the
other to go f tee.
I think the Council should
have the moral support of all
good citizens in the passage of
this ordinance and others that I
understand they contemplate
passing looking to the good of
our town. Without this support
of the good citizens of the town
it will be much harder for the
Council to have the ordinance
And if the other incorpor
Celebrated Clairvoyant and Physic Palmist'
Late of Lexington Avenue, New York
City. Now located over Mouton
Sisters' Millinery Store.
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i V Will Read for Color
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40eph and Wm. W. Jeferson, at Jefbrson
Theatre, Saturdaiy, March 14.
ated towns of the parish and the
Police Jury also would pass sim
ilar ordirances the whole parish
would reap an untold henetit
Just received a nice lot of
boneless codfish and dried
shrimps. -G. Bunt.
S. P. Ot1EAP RATES.
)n accotint of Field Day Gulf Coast
I Iiri Si I e league. Crowley. March,
l round trip tickets will be sold
March 20-21, final return limit March
12. fare 90 cents.
On account of the 22nd Annual State
Convention. Louisiana State Sunday
School Association, Baton Rouge,
March 24-26, round trip tickets will be
on sale March 23-24, final return limit
March 27. fare $9.40.
Account Texas Cattle Raisers Ass'n.
at San Antonio, Texas. March 18-24,
inclusive, round trip tickets on sale
March 14, 1i, 16, 1-, tinal return limit
March 26, fare 417.05.
Account National Feeders and
Breeders show at Ft. Worth. Texas,
March 11, to 17. tickets will be on sale
March 8 to 11, inclusive, final return
limit March 20,fare $17.15.
Account Home Missionary Society
and Annual Conference M. E. Church
South, Minden, La.. March 28-31,
round trip tickets will he on sale
March 27-28. final return limit April
6, rate $5.75.
Account annual meeting Grand
Lodge of Louisiana 1. 0. 0. F. and
Rebekah Assembly, Minden, March 8
to 12, inclusive, tickets will be on sale
March 8, to 12, final return limit
March 14, fare $8.75.
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Lake Charles, Louisiana.
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oe quick wirite to-day, for pa: tiiilars, and Free
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Capital, $100,000. Surplus, $75,000.
N. P. Moss, P. B. Ros.
President. |P. Moss
J. G. PARKeRsoN. .. BROWN.
vice-President. F. DEsiANAD,
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Cashier. J. AarnHU Ra',
F.V. AtotrroN. (. G. Parkerson,
Asst. Cashier. M. BILLEAUD, JR.
171 Arpents of Land fronting Baton Rouge Rail
road, half mile north of town: also fronts pub
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160 Acres of High Wood Land with good timber on
same; situated five miles east of Lafayette.
Price $12.50 per acre.
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Real Estate & Insurance Agency.
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