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NTI NARTHE LAFAYETTE YERAZETT..... E ..
OFFICIAL IOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE.
VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901. NUMBER 2...
No One Should be Without
A COMFORTABLE. NEAT
AND DURABLE........ O E. N
- BRO . KEEP THE BEST
Se ~SHOES MADE... da
FOR MEN: Edwin Clapp, $5 to $6 per pair; Helmer's Bettman, $3So.50
per pair; Bostonian, $3.50 to $4.50 per pair. N<
FOR LADIES: Julia Marlowe, $3 to $3.50 per pair; Duttenhofer. Nc
$2 to $4 per pair.
FOR BABIES: The celebrated Budd shoes. da
The most complete line of shoes ever brought to Lafayette.
LEVY BROS.. Lacoste Building.
MVARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
W-. J. SHOWS, gent in Lafaette e
Sand vicinity for
MORRIS BROS., Memphis, Tenn. W1
1 MONUMENTS, STATUARY, HEADSTONES, FLOWER VASES, ETC. m
STATE AGENT FOR THE "MODERN" WATER FILTER, OF BOSTON. MASS.
Cleaning marbles and repair other work. Also representing The Stewart Irmon
Works, of Cincinnati, Ohio, dealers in iron fencing, iron bridges, settees, flower vases, etc. T
Address ordersto W. J. SHOWS. Lafayette, La.
We Now Have a Y
Big stock of all Kinds of i
and Building Material.
E. H. Vordenbaumen.
F. E. MO)SS. ARTHUR BONNET. (First-class prescription service)
MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy,
General Merchants FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager.
SFor cash. only ONE Quality-the BEST,
anor cas. of drugs and chemicals. Very
Sell complete assortment of patent
(One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Eighty-three arpents of cane and cotton land with comfortable residence,
out-houses, two negro cabins, a barn and wagon shed: all fenced. Sit
uated 2% miles from town of Lafayette.
A plantation consisting of 480 acres of first-class cultivable land, 20 acres (
of timber land, all fenced. With a good comfortable residence, containing I
eight rooms; and a large veranda, smoke- house, milk-house, good well and C
out-houses. Eight negro cabins, with cotton houses in connection, two
barns with sheds. Situated in Lafayette parish, five miles from the town C
of Lafayette and one mile from Southern Pacific railroad. One hundred I
acres of the above can be made into first-class rice lands. Cane, cotton,
corn and sweet potatoes are now being grown on the plantation.
A beautiful cottage, containing eight large rooms, two fire places; walls
are all double and made of the best ship-lopped cypress lumber. A large I
cistern and good out-houses. Property fronts 15o feet on Lincoln Avenue
and has a depth of 125 feet. It is enclosed by a good picket fence. Sit
uated five blocks from the Southern Pacific depot. Plank walk all the
way to property. Price, $25oo.
Forty-three arpents of high rolling land, with residence and out-houses.
barn and good well; fenced. Situated one mile and a half from town of
Ten lots in McComb addition, with one good cabin on same. Price,
A BARGAIN-Ten arpents of land on Lincoln avenue in the town of
Lafayette. Can be laid out in town lots and big money made out of
same. Price, $1500oo cash.
One acre of land fronting 104 feet on Sterling avenue. New residence.
with library, dining-room, large bed-room, bath-room, pantry, kitchen
dowq stairs; three large bed-rooms up stairs, veranda on three sides of
building, stable and shed for buggy; cistern and out-house.
A residence on Lincoln St. containing two bed-rooms, one hall, dining
room, kitchen, cistern, barn; lot gox200oo ft. All fenced.
Lot of ground on Main St. 75x2oo ft.; two story building 36x70 ft. ,
First floor used for a store, with large glass windows in front; second story t
is divided into seven rooms. New roof on the building, two cisterns and
a cabin back of main building. For sale or to rent.
One T. M. Nagle vertucle 6-horse-power boiler and 5-horse-power en
S gine, complete with ten feet of stack in first-class condition.
* One corner lot on Vermilion street, Soxl7o feet with resadence, store in
front part of building.
J. C. NICKERSON, ,
BOX 82, - - LAFAYETTE, LA.
--Stewart, Lewis & Taylor,
We have succeeded Mr. A. J. Ross in the Lumber
business and are ready to quote you the lowest consis
tent prices on Standard Grades of Lumber, Shingles,
. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Pickets, Posts, Etc.
k. Lumber inquiries invited.
- . Give us a trial.
80. PAC. SCHEDULE. L]
West ound. In
No. 7............. :43 a m............1in 8 a. Im.
No. 5...............19- 5 P. IN............ 23.11 p. in.
No 9..... 3ab a 1~~...........3 p. m.
No. sS (Sunset Limited) arrives at s:SS p.
m., laves e3105p. in., on Monday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
East EMond. at
Asvsvs. sAuvas. fir
No. 8 ................ :3 a. m........... 2:46 a. m.
No. 6 .....3.........ss p. ..........2s:ss p. nm.
No. so ................:29 p. m ............1:49 p.. gi.
No. s6 (Sunset Limited) arrivet at 2:5S P h
m., leaves 3115 p. m., on Monday, Turs
day sad Saturday. he
AL.XANDRIA BRANCH. vii
No. 72, arrives at 1:45 a. m. o
No. 73. leaves at s2:2sS p. m.
Cbhmra Notices. o
METHODIST CHURCH. cc
C. C. Wier, pastor. Preaching cil
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 ti
p. m. Sunday school zo a. m. Ep- si4
worth League, Sunday evening 6:45. th
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. tia
m. Song service, Friday 7:30o . m. pt
Last Sunday night Mrs. G. M. it,
Snodgrass led the Epworth League. hi
There was a splenaid attendance. of
For Lagrippe take Humphries 77.
A 25c bottle will cure you. Lafa- to
yette Drug Co. ht
Don't neglect to attend to that at
insurance business. Phone or write
to Felix Mouton and he will call on
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Denbo and
children returned home this week
from a visit to relatives in Indiana. pr
You will find the most complete di
line of Humphries Specifics at
Lafayette Drug Co. a'
Sealed bids will be received by Mr. hi
C. H. Lusted for the construction N
of a plank walk along Vermilion el
street from the corner of Clinton a1
Avenue, near Demanade's corner, to the
corporation limits, three blocks in all. The to
walk to be a four-foot one, built on three to
stringers, contractor to furnish all material, to
walk subject to approval of City Council.
Bids will be opened at so o'clock a. m., M
SWednesday, March 13, at The Gazette of.
Life: Equitable of the United
Accident: Employers' Liability
Boiler: Hartford Steam Boiler
p Insurance and Inspection Co.
p Tornado: Home Insurance Co. p
nofN. Y. t
Surety Bond: American Surety S
P Co. of New York.
F Rent: Home Ins. Co. of N. Y.
p Fire: Liverpool & London
p Globe; Royal Exchange; Royal of [
Liverpool; North British and Mer- s
cantile; Greenwich of New York;
German American of New YorK;
F Lancashire ot Manchester; Penn
p sylvania of Philadelphia; National J
p of Hartford, Conn.; Mechanics and
'1 raders of New Orleans.
S. R. PARKERSON, Agent. .
FELIX MOUTON, Solicitor.
P Non-residents and Unknown
Lafayette, La., March 7, 1go.
The following named non-residents where
post-office address is unknown, and un
Sknown owners, are hereby notified that the
! State and parish taxes on the property de
scribed below as per assessment rolls for the
year indicated, are now due and delinquent
since January i, 190o, and same must be
Spaid with costs and penalties or said prop
4ety will be sold according to law:
Fusilier Gabriel, assigns, 47 acres in sec.
6g, Tp so, S. R. 5 E. Valuation Sa8s.co;
,State tax $.69, parish $2.82, school 56
cents, notice sSoo.
Unknown, a9 acres of land bounded north
by N. Simon and south by same. Valua
tion $116; State tax 7o cents, parish $5.16,
school s3 cents, notice $.oo
I Prejean, Mrs. Adomonia, one lot in Scott;
valuation $S; State tax sS cents, parish tax
25 cents, school S cents, notice Ss.oo.
Darby, John, go acres of land with im
provements bounded north by Bayou Caren
cro and south by O. Breaux. Valuation
I S.oo, notice $z.oo.
Thabodeaux, Mrs. Lessin, 5o acres of land
bounded north by P. and D. Broussard.
Valuation $35o.oo; State tax $a.so, parish
tax $3. 5, school tax 7o cents, notice $3.0o.
Cormier Oculi, 40 acres of land with im
provements bounded north by L. Hanks,
south by V. Cormier. Valuation $2oo.oo;
State tax St.2o, parish tax, $2.oo, school
tax 4o cents, notice Sx.oo.
Upton D. P., Go acres of land with im
provements, bounded north by J. Lyons,
)r south by R. Frances. Valuation 9$4So.o00;
State tax $2.7o, parish tax $4.50o; school tax,
go cents, notice $x.oo.
S Lassere Ernest, lots 5-6. sqr. 25, Mc
Comb's Addition. Valuation $4oo.oo; State
tax $2.4o; parish tax $I.,o, notice $1.oo.
Unknown, 8 acres of land, bounded north
by DeClonet and south by same, taxes for
g97-98-99- 90o. Valuation $64.00oo; State
tax, $u.$s; parish tax $2.56, school tax 13
* cents, notice $i.oo. A
I. A. BaoUssAOD,
SSheriff and Ta*-Collector
March 9, agow. Lafayette Pabh,
LIEtrT. uS COMMiENDED. RI
Inspector General Brown Bee
ommendsl that the Younsr fe
Soldier be Appointed
Commissary of Sub- o
Of all officially unwelcome visitors
at an army post the Inspector ranks M.
first. He is the official fault finder cri
who comes around periodically and
gives almost everybody a general mi
hauling-over-the coals. As a rule wa
he is, personally, a charming indi
vidual who enjoys telling and en- Br
joys hearing a good story, and up
to the time of his departure there is 5
nothing in his manner to indicate
otherwise than that he has foun Di
conditions at the post above criti- me
cism. However, it is the excep
tion to the rule when that impres a(
sion is not promptly dissipated by
the early receipt of a communica- mi
tion at the post calling attention in Si
positive terms to certain irregular.
ities noticed by the Inspector upon' J
his recent visit, and calling on the fa
officer in command for an explana
tion, etc. M
It will be pleasing to his friends Li
to learn from the appended report
how Lieut. Moss "ran the gauntlet" lo
at a recent inspection of his post:
TAYUG, PANGASINAN, LUZON, P. I., ?3
November 17, 1900. s
The Adjutant General, U. S. Army, Wash
ington, D. C., ( Through military chas
Sir: Upon making an official inspection of
matters pertaining to the Subsistence De
partment at this post. I am so favorably im- G
pressed with his business-like methods,
energy, and intelligent performance of the
duties devolving upon him, that I have the
honor to recommend the Post Commissary, y
Ist Lieut. James A. Moss, 24th Infantry, for
appointment as Commissary of Subsistence $.
with the rank of captain in the regular es
This recommendation is made without la
hint or solicitation on the part of Lieut.
Moss or any of his friends-in fact I do not
even know that he is an applicant for such
This recommendation therefore may be
taken as purely official and made with view
to securing efficient service in the Subsis
tence Depaitment. Very respectfully,
W. C. BROWN,
Major 42nd Inf'y., U. S. V. Act'g. Insp. C
TAYUG, PANGASINAN, P. I.,
November 17, 1900oo. 1
Respectfully forwarded. I concur with
Maj. Brown in his estimate of Lieut. Moss,
whoehas discharged the duties of Regi
mental Commissary and Post Quartermaster
to my entire satisfaction. He has signal
ability as an officer and high personal char
HENRY B FREEMAN,
Colonel i4th Infty., commanding.
Early Golden Dent Corn is su
perior to all other yellow corn. It's
the earliest and most productive.
Sold in any quantity at the Moss
For sale at Lafayette Drug Co.,
Diamond Dyes, by the gross or
The Times-Democrat. i
Twice a week, 12 months, $I.oo. o
Joe E. Mouton, Agent.
Prepare for the summer by buy
ing a good cistern from E. H. Vor- s
denbaumen, and catch some of a
this fine, cold water. r
DO YOU NEED ]
a The Gazette
t; HAS JUST RECEIVED
And will print them
th at very low prices.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERSs
The following real estate trans- Of
fers were recorded in the clerk's
office during the past week:
Jules Jeanmard to Jules Dutel,
one lot in Carencro. $350.
Alcide Delhomme to Marguerite
M. York, 50o acres in near Caren
cro, $ 400. tut
Clemente Breaux to Jules Cor- as
mier, 5 a pents woodland in sixth Ma
ward. $45- ch
Clemence Breaux to Esdras
Breaux, 5 acres in sixth ward, $5o. Ay
Jules Cormier to Adam Cormier,
5 acres woodland in sixth ward, $45. bui
Hermance Landry to Dr. Geo. R. arc
DeLaureal, one lot with improve- ra
ments in Broussard, $z5oo.
Emilie Trahan to Ellen Landry, the
26 arpents in fourth ward, $00oo. isl
Emilie Trahan to Valerien Co- me
meau, 7 arpents in fourth ward, bo
Southern Development Co. to be
John Nickerson, one lot in La- of
Southern Development Co. to the
Mrs. John Nickerson, one lot in
Andrus Amuny to Mike Abud, ph
lot in Lafayette, $400oo
Julien Comeau to Frank Gilbert, "
35 arpents in sixth ward, $5oo. bri
Lodoiska Breaux to Louis G. the
Bernard, zz arpents in sixth ward, pr
Martial Trahan and others to wh
Genevieve Azema Bourque, 5 ar-co
pents in fourth ward. Sz 1o. at
Joseph Reaux to Di. R. O. ot
Young, 21 arper.ts in fourth ward, as
Dr. R. O. Young to Alex Guil
laume, half interest in zoo arpents of
in fourth ward, $1210zo. t
Dr. A. O. Clark to Martin Sarver o
25 acres in 2d ward, $250. go
Martin Sarver to J. N. Hoffpauir,
25 acres in 2dc ward; $300. G
Elizabeth H. Mills to Chas. D. tr
Caffery, lot in Latayette, $75.
Lodoiska Breaux to Esdras
Breaux, one lot in Carencro, $5o.
Esdras Breaux to Numa Breaux,
25 arpents in sixth ward, $250o. a
Numa Breaux to Esdras Breaux,
25 arpents In sixth ward, $250.
Lodoiska Breaux to C. Addison, Z
8 arpents in sixth ward, $150o.
Southern Development Co. to
Anne Queenland, 4 lots in La
The Times-Democrat. c
Daily, one month, $z.oo; 12e
months, $12.0oo. Joe E. Mouton, a
r Fire. Co. No. I. 2
Fire Company No. x held a meet- "
ing last Monday night and elected i,
the following officers: President, ti
Wm. Campbell; vice-president, a
Judge Debaillon; secretary, Felix
Mouton; treasurer, D. V. Garde
bled; foreman, Paul Castel; Ist as- I
sistant foreman, John Graser; ad
f assistant foreman, Abe Hirsch; key
man. Hyman Plonsky; nozzleman, s
Wm. Graser; plugman, A. J. Le
Blanc; house-keeper, Louis Hebert.
The company decided to give a
supper on March 14.
A complete assortment of Dia- t
mond Dyes for sale by Lafayette
Creole onion sets, Moss Pharmacy
Firemen Will Meet Monday.
The members of the three fire
companies of Lafayette will meet
at Falk's hall on Tuesday instead
of Monday night. The purpose of
the meeting is to elect officers of
the department. A full attendance
Three Fine Entertainments.
Through the efforts of a number
of citizens the people of Lafayette
will be afforded an opportunity to
enjoy three first-class entertain
ments. On Friday, March 22, the
Boston Concert Company, one of
the greatest musical troupes on the
stage, will play here. About two
weeks later, Joaquin Miller, the
famous poet of the Sierras, will
deliver a lecture on the Klondike
and will read some of his masterful
Sliterary productions. After an in
terval of two more weeks, Harr
Wagner, one of the most popular
American lecturers, will deliver a
lecture. The admission to each en
tertainment will be 5o cents. These
[ will unquestionably be the finest
attractions of the whole season.
In order to secure these enter
tainments a number of citizens were
compelled to guarantee the amount
Buy your shelled corn for feed or
I seed at George A. DeBlanc's, at the
_old stand-near the depot.
Of the Iadastrial Institute Ac- Of
cepted by the Board-Other Im
portast Matters At
Several important matters were taken up
and fully discussed at the called meeting of
the Board of Trustees of the Industrial lasti
tute lust Saturday. The members of the
Board present were Vice-president Robert
Martin, of St. Martinville, Capt. J. C. Bu- Ri
chanan, of Lafayette, Mr. James A. Lee, of
New Iberia, Hon. T. H. Lewis, of Opelou
sas, Lieut.-Gov. Estopinal and Prof. Brown
Ayres, of New Orleans. pum
After making a thorough inspection of the tioc
building and receiving a report from the ke
architects of its completion according to con- Ml
tract, its hnal acceptance was ratified by a
The question as to the sale of bonds au
thorized by Acts ya and 91 of the last Leg
islature, was then brought up and arrange- aP
ments were completed for the sale of the bce
bonds at par to the local banks. The pro
ceeds of these bonds, which will amount to rel
somewhat over forty thousand dollars, will
be immediately applied, in part to the cost p
of the main building and in part to the con
struction of other buildings necessary for
the school, upon which work is soon to an
Upon recommendation of President Steph
ens, and upon examination of preliminary
plans already outlined, the architects, r
Messrs. Favrot & Livaudais, were author
ized and instructed to begin at once upon
the plans and specifications for a two-story nis
brick dormitory for girls, to be erected on re
the Northwest edge of the Industrial School the
property, appropriately grouped with the
main building; and the building committee
was authorized to proceed immediately with
the advertising for bids and the work of
construction. In addition to this, there is Jai
also to be built a machine shop-and such of
other buildings as may be necessary, as soon
as is practicable. It is now assured that the
school will begin its first regular sessionch
next September. Nc
We are informed that the formal opening Ni
of the main building will take place in about
two months from now and will be made the
occasion of an educational and popular
gathering from the State at large.
Have your printing done at The
Gazette Office. All we want is a M
trial order. of
Our buggies are here. Summer L4
styles, you know. L. Lacoste.
Fine writing paper in boxes, zoc.,
at the Moss Pharmacy. v
Two Dynamos to be Bought by A
As may be seen by reading the proceed- ci
ings of the City Council published in this
paper, two dynamos will be added to the
town's electric light plant, which will in- P
crease its capacity to thirteen or fourteen u
hundred 16-candle incandescents. This will fi
enable the town to give a far brighter light tI
and to accommodate a much greater number
President Stephens, of the Industrial In
stitute, is negotiating with the Council for ti
zoo or more lights, which demand alone b
would necessitate the purchase of the dyna
rmos. The intelligent efforts of the Council
to make the plant self-sustaining and to give I'
the public a good service will no doubt be 1
appreciated by the community.
Ladies' favorite writing paper,
Soc. a box, at the Moss Pharmacy.
Felix Mouton will write an in
surance policy on your life or prop
a I)o you use printed stationery?
If you do,call at the Gazette to see
L the samples and get the prices.
e Friends of Mr. Carver, the well
known Natchitoches lawyer, have 1
circulated a petition among the
members of the local bar, recom
mending that gentleman for the ap
e pointment on the supreme bench to
It succeed the lamented Judge Wat
d kins. Mr. Carver is a gentleman
,f of the highest integrity and a lawyer
:e of eminent attainments and he
would no doubt prove a worthy
member of the State's highest tri
:e Creole onion sets, Moss Pharmacy
SA New Store.
ie Mr. \V. V. Nicholson has bought
of of Mrs. F. Gardner a lot on Lincoln
eavenue, measuring 37 feet front by
a depth of r25 feet, for $750. Mr.
ill Nicholson has bought the lot for the
ce purpose of putting up a two-story
ul store. building in which he will open
n- a hardware store. The store will
r be built at once
a Creole onion sets, Moss Pharmacy
se That carload of fine summer jobs
.st is here. Come in to see 'em. L.
:re Master Wallie Clifford has ac
lnt cepted a position on the Magenta
or Our buggies and harness are as
rhe cheap as talk, but they hold out
just the same. L. Lacoste.
Of the Police Jory-Mach Bs lu seD:
Trausacted--Matters of later
est to Tax-payers-THIrd
- Ward Roads.
The Police Jury met last Thursday,
March 7, with all members present: M.
Billeaud, president; A. Lacey, Alex Bros
sard, F. G. Mouton, J. (.. Buchamas, O.
Blanchet, S. Broussard, J. A. Labbe, Jan.
Clerk E. G. Voorhies appeared mad urged
the Jury to appoint a committee for the
purpose of supplying the ofice with addi
tional space for files and providing for the
keeping of certain indexes and other books.
By motion the president appointed'Messrs.
Mouton, Buchanan and Wm. Clegg to in-,
vestigate and report on the application of
Mr. Mouton in behalf of the committee
appointed to report on the claim of Dona
cien Duhon for damages resulting from the
breaking of a horse's leg submitted a verbal
report to the effect that Mr. Duhon valued
his animal at $2oo, but refused to make any
proposition looking to a compromise.
The committee reported failure to reach
any understanding relative to the matter
and referred the claim to the Jury. Where
upon the Jury declined to take any action in
Mr. Lacy reported having satisfactorily
arranged the complaint of Paul Martin as to
flood water on his place.
By motion of Mr. Labbe, the secretary
was authorized to notify agent of the Den
nis Long plantation and Desire Benoit, to
remove their fencing five feet back from
the main Abbeville public road in order to
give the full width of 40o feet.
Mr. B. N. Coronna appeared and asked
reconsideration of the resolution adopted in
January last, in reference to the refunding
of parish taxes paid by the Lafayette Comn
press and Storage Company.
A motion to reconsider by Mr. Buchanan -
was lost by the following vote: Ayes-u
chanan, Whittmngton, Alex Broussard?`.
Nays-Mouton, Lacy, S. Broussard, Blan
chet and Labbe.
Mr. Eloi Vincent complained of two
bridges between the ad and 8th wards and
the matter was referred to Alex M. Brous
sard and Tillman Spell of that ward.
By motion of Mr. Mouton, secondeJ by
Mr. Buchanan, Lucien Arceneaux and
Alcee Dugas were appointed roadoverseers
of the 3rd ward. Carmelite Gathe, Aselia
LeBlanc and Homer Washington, indigents,
were each allowed 12.50o.
Mr. Blanchet moved to reconsider the
vote taken in the morning relative to re
funding taxes to Lafayette Compress Com
pany and the following tie occurred. Ayes:
-Blanchet, Buchanan, Whittington and
Nays:-S. Broussard, Lacy, Labbe and
Mouton. President Billeaud cast the de
ciding vote in favor of reconsideration and
s the motion prevailed. The president ex
plained that his vote was based entirely
rn upon the moral obligation of the Jury to
I fulfill the promise of exedhption made by
Lt the previous administration and accepted in
good faith by the Compress Company.
By motion of Mr. -Buchanan, the taxes of
r the cotton compress were ordered remitted
e by the following vote: Ayes:-Buchanan,
1 Whittington, Blanchet and Alex Broussard.
e Nays-Mouton, Lacy, Labbe, S. Broussard.
e The chair again decided the tie in favor of
the motion which prevailed.
Mr. Mouton explained his vote upon the
ground that the Jury had no right to remit
the taxes in question.
Mr. Mouton was authorized to paint the
iron work in the jail.
Messrs. Buchanan and Greig were ap
pointed to investigate the treasurer's books
and accounts, cancel all vouchers and grant
a quietus to that officer.
e The lury upon invitation of Capt. Bu
chanan visited the Industrial School build
ing in a body and were kindly received by
1- President Stephens who conducted the
e party over the grounds and through the
various departments of the building. Much
favorable comment was indulged in as the
- admirable plan of the structure was, un
t folded and the numerous modern conve
to niences were brought to notice. The Jury
t- expressed extreme satisfaction for a mtst
Ln pleasan* and profitable visit.
The treasurer's report showed cash in
er general fund $25 68.35, and special road tax
ly After approval of accounts the Jury ad
Yes, indeed, we sell lime, brick,
Y sand and cement. E. H. Vorden
h W. F. Price who was putting the
steam fixtures in the Industrial In
y stitute building completed the work
he this week. . *
ry Never have we had a nicer line
en of writing paper to sell for ioC. a .
ill box than that which we art now
selling. Moss Pharmacy.
c Judge Juhan Mouton, of aI.:
bs fayette, and Judge Lewis, of
L. lousas, went to St. Martiuville -
week to hold a session of the.
its Landreth's Bulk Garden Se
the best and cheapest. Ym
as your money's worth whea ,o
nut Landreth's. Sold at