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List of Prof. Young's honor roll for last week. Attend- Deport- Recita ance. ment tions John Lessley......100....100.... 100 Wffie Lessley...... 100.... 100... 100 Edward Alleman ...100....100....100 Superintendent Alleman visit ed the public school last week accompanied by his brother, L. j. Alleman, a sugar planter of St. Mary parish, and also a mem ber of the school board of that parish for a number of years. Prof. Young informs us that Supt. Alleman made a thorough inspection of everything, and also examined the pupils from the lowest to the highest class, and left nothing unturned. It is W.-Beatty, instead of Brady, as we said in our 1lt, who is agent at the South Pacific depot, and reports b ness rushing. The many friends of Miss Swett, our talented teacher, are pleased to see her out and at her post of duty again after an ill ness of ýa few days last week. Mrs. G. W. Scranton, of Lafa yette, visited friends and rela tives last week. Hon. A. C. Guilbeau was called to Lafayette on business last 'Thursday. Misses Carrie Lessley and Kate Hayes are visiting friends at Church Point. Louis Breaux writes from Nashville, that he visited the Everybody Likes FRESH GROCERIES, A nd That is the Kind That florgan & Debaillon Sell every day in the year. They handle some nice eh Crockery, too. Their phone No. is 34-2. Ring them up for a trial order. Hay, Coran and Oats. LIG T STRONG S " Combined with other merits, characterize the vehicles we have to present for your pur . chase and approval. Some of their other good qualities are up-to-dateness, prices reason able, durability, and style. When you want anything on -' : vhels, except a locomotive, see us. DENBO & NICHOLSON FIOUTON BROS. ~ 6eneral - Merchandise. OU13R AIM ý' Best Goods at Lowest Prices, Consist ent With OQuality. LA7AYsTTE WOOD & COAL TARD AND PZLICAN CRIST MtZLL, ADOLPH MOUTON, LESSEE, -Grits, Corn, Meal and Hominy. Also Corn, Hay, Oats, Feedstuffs. z:: Orders Promptly attended to. Free delivery. Phone 28-2. penitentiary in that city, and says there are nine hundred and fifty cells, and he saw nine hun dred and eighty convicts, and no one else need apply. Prof. Cardi Del Ferio, of, Mexico, stopped over a short while with Prof. Young while en route to Cuba; the Professor says that this section of the country, and more especially Lafayette parish, is the finest in the United States. Miss May Courtney visited friends in Opelousas last week. The young folks are having a royal time entertaining at oyster suppers. The supper given by Mrs. Anatole Breaux was well patron ized. Rene Comeaux, of Lafayette, was in town last week, represent ing the wholesale drug house of Estorgb & Co., New Iberia. The platform of the Southern Pacific railroad is being con stantly refilled with bales of cotton as soon as cleared by the compaay. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown visited at Royville last Monday. S. J,. Breaux, our local school director, spent the greater part of the day last Wednesday visit ing at the public school, and re ports everything in fine discip line, and also states that the en rollment and attendance is larger than ever known, and advocates a third teacher. XENOPHON. Everything in Millinery. We are now displaying a Beautiful Line of Ladies, Misses' and Children's DRESS HATS; We invite you to call and see them. Mouton Sisters. Jefferson Ave., Opposite Advertiser Office. To Cure a Cold in One Day _-. Take Laxative Bromo Q inine Tablets. A on every Seven inion nboxes sold In pest 12 months. This signature, ý(* * L W box. 25c. A . J. Bonnet, .. The.... Bicycle Doctor. Bicycles, bicycle sun dries and fittings, and all kinds of repair work. Agent for Imperial and Crawford bicycles. Call and see samples or write for catalog and prices. LAFAYETTE, LA. Phone 186. TO E1WieE SOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE. New Orleans, La. Open Entire Year. Has the Finest Business College Building in the United States. Has superior facihities and equipments; has unequalled High-Grade, Practical Courses in IBusiness and in 4horthand, and has an unexcelled faculty. Complete College Bank and Business Offices. Always in advance of the "up-to-dates." Beware of smattering courses. The cheap est is not the best.-The best is the cheape-t. Only School with Actual Store and Actual Money, in which Students Keep the Books and Balance the Cash. Personal Instruction to Every Stude t. No Charlatanism. No Misrepresentation. Graduates Hold Leading Positions and are in General Demand. Students Aided to Positions. Business Men supplied with competent Bookkeepers and Shorthand Writers. Write for Circulars. Address, OAO. SOULN & SONS. Winm. AMPBELL, ATTORNEY-AT LAW and NOTARY TUBLIC practice in this and adjoining parishes. Lafayette. La. W. H. ADAMS, Blacksmith and Wheelwright REPAIRING OF Pistols, Agricultural Im plements, - Etc. Horseshoeing a Specialty. LAFAYETTE, LA. - - Nat to Racket Store. Pianos CONOV ER Eranich & Baoh W. r: r , AE Chicago Cottage 0rgais. } Ct'',tlllilll ll; t!," il ;' .:11 Write l for Illitrated ('til1igur i '1TE CiBLCE 1ItPINY. 4 MA UFA(CTURER. New Orleans, La. FOR SA4LE. ~eitail M8rchant' cotective AsocWiation, CHOICE Directors and stockholders meet every 1st Monday after the ALFALFA 10th at the Home Fire Co. truck L ALA house at 7:30 p. m. HAY Jos Stemanns, In 100 Pound Bales --Agent for McCormnick International Har at vester Co.. of America. ILAFAYETTE COMPRESS CO. Special attention given to the repair of farming implements etc. At $15.oo per Ton. Carencro, - Louisiana. .. .. . . - . . ,rl l i New Continental Sale, Feed and Livory Ztable, Wm. MONTROY, Manager, Three Carloads of Horses and Mules on Sale. .drrived *Monday Morning. Mr. ,John Roff, with a carload of fine drivers, single, double and combination saddlers. Etabling at the New Continental Stables, Win. Moutroy, manager. Here for only a week. Come and satisfy yourself by t.rying them. .irrived Saturday .l7orning," Mr. Ed Reagan; with a carload of fine broken and un broken I exas horses. Also carload first-class nn broken Ten niessee rtules. Will offer for sale at a reasonable price at the New Continental Stable, Wm. Montroy, manager. Only here for a short time, Come early and get first pick. WhVitwort Female College, BROO KHAVEN, MTISS. Ninety Thousand Dollars In Grounds and Buildings. Next Session Begins September 16, 1903. l.iteriture-C-urriculurm greiatly raised-:A strong (course of study lehading to A. . degree-Ei:ght teachers whose work is in the literary department only. M-nIsic--Past sess'on8's enrollment in the department 109. A mnslllwin Of estab lished reputation in Mlississi ppi at head of department. Skilled teachers of I)iano, violin, mandolin, guitiar voice o'IZli. Art--Our art department the finest in the State. Expression--Our teachels of elocutiton unsirpass)ed. Board-Splendid dormitory rooms with bathing facilities. Art sian water slip ply on every floor, electric lights, table fare a specialty Rates-Board and total expenses in literary department. $161. Music or any one extra. $45 additional Each extra after one, $40 additional. For information on course of study. address REv. IH. G. HAWKINS, A. B. For further information address REv. I. W. COOPER, D. D. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic ha stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c. raclsed with every bottle is a Te Cent, packa o Gove s roveeck Root. Uver P.