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t 4j~e irrsalunce. * , ta3re a- the .Posesra. at Lafayette. La.. as ms. clna. aaaR mnater. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1905 THE NEW YEAR. Before another issue of this paper the old year with its record of good or ill, will be a thing of the past and our faces wigl be turned to the future which another year will unroll. What that future may have in store for us, none of us may know; but knowing or not, we may all be gin the new year with larger and better purposes than ruled our lives In the past. And though accomplishment may not crown our effolts, neither vwil failure be our portion; for having striven nobler than in the past, is in it self success, success that we sincerely hope may be written into the lives of each of our readers, to whom we wish a Happy eew Year. t-TilE SANAIlAMU. Saturday afternoon sub. scribers to *to in the proposed sealtarinm feet in the oeoe of Jadge O. C. Mouton and organ used bg adopting a charter, wblob appears In another column. Sa oet.estock, over $14,000 of th (X,000 capital stock, hais bpam subscribed for, which aloetus it possible to begin con etdati as soon as plans and :- ape atlans can be dec o le 1s addAIo aof this new insti latest. Iayrette , is another -r - a the .road id progress. Uepe emp$al Is back of it, which - ibai home people have in the future of th 1 d sue wimg to show scpde .m of ssaaltsrlam us a1 Ue nisesmghl deat Ianusd a hs latest in snees Sbw t ai heoa ~Z it.,la wl be. sesesees. ujs t of terus. s beestles at }:" i` lageterd SIt wE be fyWq. [? - r, ý ; litaiforiBd 'without b loftse on the flame' of shame and regret by parading the faults of those who err. That is our style and that is the kind of paper we believe in mak mg. If that suits you wie like to hear you say so. If it does not we cannot chaqge our principles to oblige you, however cordial our friendship may be.-Leonard Graphic. The New Education. "The question in regard to school hours should not be how long they can be made and the child retain its health, but how short they can be for the acqui sition of knowledge which his years call for", writes Dr. Grace P. Murray in the January Delin eator. "In-no direction of bring ing up children do parents show such ignorance as in the regard to school life. Mothers should make themselves intelligent upon all questions pertaining to school hygiene. They should know firse of all that the schoolroom, in which the children are to stay from three to five hours daily, is a fit place; that the school is not overcrowded; that the best au thorities agree that the number of scholars to which a teacher can do justice should not be more than forty, and that a smaller number would tb better, that each child should be allowed trwo hundred cubic feet of space in the school room, otherwise h4 will not have sufficient air; thai the temperature should be ac cording to the thermometer 65 to 68 degrees; that the light should fall after the proper manner upon the books which the child is studying, in order to do which there should be plenty of win dows in the schoolroom. Every mother should inform herself in all these matters. It is due to her children to see that their id uaceos is conducted along-lines wiash are the most benefiial for their bodies as well a for their madms." The aa amdvo h Heak o[ Zifi"r toelect sbord-of .e mss 04 ear wili be ____ bam bl omes ýueways e. R.- PAinU Ow Caosale. 7iaboSh Ls., Dec. 5., Merdme Wrad. F rmtshed roar mad board In W$!ný1 fsaaiy. Mao taeM. boardes. to mu. ~Iy a. tui cdfs. 12-" Ht~oiprao@ o Railroad Ttain bl,116 toS T ~ruday ýa.I, Sasswt of ersi f*r UFAcT b~SS~ts~. ompe astok El l*NV $flahrE SEHELBY OQF' T E E YOU 000'T WA t .. 'hMPS jfeifter twice the jght on the rork, age life-leass current tWe have them 8, 16 and 32 candl power. EDISON AND T.1H. DASE SOLD ONLY BY LACOSTE HARDWARE CO., LTD. PROFESSIONAL CAR DS. DR. H. C. SALLES, -.." -DENTIST Omfe on Buchanan Street, LAFAYETTE, *- LOUISIANA. B. 3. LACOUR, Of1fc IN Mouton Sisters' B'Idg. aAPAYETTFE I ... oBo. B. KN APP, Contractor and Builder. lMuaates, Plane it ' * pec~ainr* furitshed on appliention. Flarue ii. P. 0. Sox 29. LAFAYLTTE, - - - LA. JOIN A. VAN DYKE, Contractor and Builder. SLock Box 84. WAAYET1'Z, - LA. CROW GIRARD, ATFORNNY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC. Oy S.sad Floor. Ba k .1 Lafayene. H. P. BEELER, N- DENTIST. OK8O1 on Lidea Aveswe, LAFAYEII'E. - LOUISIANA. CKAS D. GAFFER?, ATI'QRNKY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC. (res on Madison St., Lafayette, La. C. DSBAU.LONr, JJULAN MOUTON -n" MOUTO, Attomneys at Law. OFFICE AT LAFAYETTE, LA. Notary in ofie. SURVEYOR. Oes. Mela 8t., near Johnston Ave. LAAYWT'I, - LA. LO CI ARKB S.M.L. :. 5J - Mouton metm' Steve. Oc lHsurs: 3k¶ LA-ate, TA. Ck t 4 FotBK@T, At -~~~ -' .ommgi A Certab Cure for Croup. When a child shows symptoms a1 croup there is no time to experiment with new remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended. There is one preparation that can always be bpended upon It has been in use for many years and has never been known to fail, viz: Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F Compton of Market, Texas, says of it, "I have used Chambelain's Cough Remedy In severe cases of croup with my children, and can truthfully say it always gives prompt relief." For sale by all Druggists. ame CHICAGO LIMITED. Through Sleeping Car Service NEW ORLEANS to CHICAGO via ST. LOUIS and "THE ONLY- WAY." Leaving New Orleans every day at 7:90 in. St. LOUIS EmPRESS, A Good Train to St. Louis. Leaving New OrJeans every day at 9:10 a. m. AU meals served in Superb Dahe Cars. Meals ala Carte. TIcwr orricl: as St. Charles, Cor. Gravier, opposite Telegraph Offices. New Orleans. La. Ioag- Distance Phone Main 8689-L P.R. G RY. D. P.A: For* Sale Twenty Furnished Rooem, Restaurant, Barbershop and Baths afl sttached to one. Do iaW a good business. uentrally leosted, only one block from raepstre, New Orleans, heart ot balme aseater. Reason bar malilm -eM ag Address H. R. -we of Leyen Adv~ertisoer, Lam Jug J C.Ber Wires Houses F Electric Lights * Installs Mete And Does ALL KIEGS OF ELECTRICAL WORk CUARSES ALWAYS AEASSUAILE. Fall and Winter M UEB R MILLINEY4 Afeautiful stock of the latest shapes and styles in Dress and Outing Hats. Hats Trimmed to Order. Call and see me if you want an elegantrhat at a moderate price. Iliss flarie Castel.. f J." DAUilAC ;. Blackstasth asd Wht wrlt Shop ea Jefersea Street at Miller's Old Stand All work guaranteed. Rubbtires out on Buggy Wheels Fish, Oyste " j -AMP- 4 Vegetable Mar JOHN BUNT, Fresh vegetables and a variety M all times. Freth ters. shel and can. Fish nd' crabs evermy Pi. All orders promptly delivered. Phone 211, ADELI4HFUjL# IL'I BATf ok