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I-Y sa 2is ......S a.m ! S1 111 p. -....... .1:7 p. s. Jl.Jz) p. s. - s.,.1.ý4 m E s t "L. ik Alpeit a few days visiting relatives in Crowley. - Between Catholic church and depot, ladies' gold watch with photographs in back. Finder will receive reward by returning to this office.. Fineness of material, most desirable style, beautifulitrim mings, as well as lowest prices on record, characterize the offer ings of our sales,-Vehicles.- I Denbo & Nicholson Co., Ltd. 4 The home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Phillips was made happier 1 Monday night by the arrival of a l sweet baby girl. Pay your poll tax and be quai- 1 led to vote, Every good citizen values his franchise. Miss Edith Dupre spent a few days with relatives in Opelousas. A few dolls left, to close them out, we offer them very cheap. Lafayette Drug Co. Fresh oysters, vegetables of' all kinds, at Bunts. The Falk Mercantile Co. are prepared to take charge of funerals and attend to all grave yard work. A fine rubber-tired hearse in stock. Good.things for a New Year's dinner at Bunnt's. Ring him up' and place your order early. Cranberries, currents, raisins, rult cake sad all kinds of good things for New Year at Prud homed & McFaddin. That pretty line of neckwear at Levy Bros. is very attractive to the ladies. Have you seen it? Ring up Morgan & Debaillon and ask them about the good things they have to eat. We have a full stock of high tdla canned goods. Prud homae 4 Mehddin. Don't worry baking fruit cakes MR getseo fIs~P ailtNW o hA ~ s.V thnes Astw o.. We are showing an especially headFooe lime of dress gbods w .W tria g to match, and We cordlaT invite the ladies dbie shopping to call and look ovmr the many attractive pat eas.--Levy pros., '' sad Oranges and other t~s~ orr. bsdeid lettce oater amsetbles, at Ban. "Salan aat B. Wphasr .rU of BralWdw!., esuz in a k Welhape b In a h w Ite us, as as soospi. 4i posastion to lasegludb 11- -l ta;na !4 Oher ýi ý _ gyp ±w Z5. T 4. . 7tl4y Miss Dickson, Mr. W.J. Avery and Mr. Ernest Jones left for New Orleans to spend the holidays. Mr. Irvi g P. Foote also left for Morgan City. The other teachers remained in La fayette. We have an unusually large line of comforts, ranging in price from $1.25 to $10.00. Our down quilts are specially nice-Levy Bros. Roquefort. Neufchatel, Swiss, Brick, Limburger and American Cheese at Bunt's. Twenty-four Tricycles for boys going at cost at Rene Del homme's. Dudley Campbell, who is em ployed at Calumet, came to Lafa yette Saturday to spend Christ mas with his folks. He will return today. Don't neglect to pay your poll tax, only a few days left. And remember, unless you pay before Dec. 81, you disfranchise your self for two years. Just received a full line of Rogers and Keen Kutter pocket knives and scissors at Rene Delhomtae's. Judge Edmond Voorhies and Alexis Guidry,. of Carencro, were pleasant visitors to our office Friday. A full line of Gillet and Geraud & Cie, can goods, at Rene Del homme's. Fruit Cakes! Fruit Cakes! at Millet's, next to The Advertiser office. Miss Callie Alpha left Satur day to spend a week at the home of her sister in Franklin, Mrs. Chas. May. Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! -All kinds iof dolls, pretty ones, sweet ongs, neat ones, long ones, short o nep cute oces, good ones, just the ones to suit your baby girl-el Cthe g_.Co. A dainty silk sha :e thing to use for an evenint weaps at the Specialty Store. TOYS! TOYS! DOLLS! All kinds of interesting toys and a charming line of dolls at For tones Book and News Stand. Pierre Bran, Henry REger, B ssun hd Oscar Sprole went to New Iberia Sunday. Meas, guts, feed oats, wheat brctimstbyb. ºll and prsa ti bq, meatriline and other fsearstuf at Ramsay & Upton's. chas. A. Boudreaux, of Scott, pai4 our ofe a weleome visit A" line of laces and Aray wa, saltabbo fIsr g gift or to Idsnate your own borne, at the spealty Store. Wa . Lopes, of New Iberia, speat Sunday sad Monday at the b ne at Ms w readt other, Mrs. A. b Cpb,. r sue;UsIte . salt asass ll aawe Ioes at maI (Katas sca Cwl 1~u eu $ueso Casmnn SaL Certain partiet hi New York and Washington arc spending thousands of dollars per month in distributing four-page supolemeute to newspapers generally throdghout the country. These supplements are delivered, ex pressage paid, in the"oices of the publications, without any charge whatsoever. They are absolutely free to any publisher. Tons of paper are being printed every week, and large amounts are being paid the express companies for carrying and delivering these supple ments, even as far as Texas and Utah. Publishers have wond'red from month to month what was the cause of such unprecedented liberality, noth ing of the kind ever having been ex perienced before except during politi cal esmpaigns, when the National Committees supplied and delivered supplements without money and with out price. "The darkey in the wood pile" is now making his appearance in the matter inserted in these supplements. It turns out that irrigation of some arid lands in the Far West, for the benefit of a few individuals, the cost of irrigating which to be paid for by the United States Government, is the object of the supplements. Publishers to whom they are given are expected to issue them with their regular pulications in order that pub lic sentiment may be worked up in favor of obtaining from the Govern ment expenditures of million upon millions of dollars, so that these almost worthless lands may be in creased in value, and sold at enormous profit for those interested. The aewspapers are to be made the catspaw for this purpose. The pro moters of the scheme can well afford to spend several hundred thousands of dollars largely contributed by a few railroad companies and interested individuals, for, by so doing, the Unite iStates Treasury may be tapped for millions, end the people of the East, South and Middle West taxed in order that the owners of this arid leand may be benefitted. B. of R. T. Ball. Mispah Lodge No. 300 L A. to Brf ,R. T. and Morgan Lodge THE CHRISTMAS BUGGIES we are showing this sesson are the Inest things ca wheels. They are the tst in style, the bestin material and workmanship, the low est in price, all things cam* sidered. ,anthe dtasbMlIy sad snub of buildings or whatever 3e dot' ` stee$ will show you a sating. wih soune tmber '' mmd eanmassg ib*soh m><ilin,, drying, mseason and enema f she ilded produt, the bard nd sole woods ws bads, me boaseding, uesmslhamg, oaM, 1Mb i or sahins, our as. of lesisr ls the high water mark of unsei. lease. Yes it 1e our plafte low 'Wby pbosi~f yt4s A0MQUTON. " , l b No. 817 B. ball at the Jefferson Thursday, Jan. 11. 1906. Ar ngement Commit - Mrs. Bertha Baldwin, Chairla Mrs. Clyde Harris, Ex-offi ; Mrs.' Lilly Triay, Mrs All Schuling, Miss Martha Chargoi C. E. Harnisch, Chairman; A. Chargois, Ex-officio; F. F. Shows, E. G. Harris, W. E. Lalanne, J. B. Van Ness. F. C. Triay. Invitation Committees-W. E. Lalanne, Chairman; E. G. Harris, F. C. Triay. Miss Martha Char gois, Chairlady; Mrs. Alice Schuling, Mrs. Lilly Triay. Floor Managers-F. F. Shows, Chairman; A. E. Chargois, J. B. Van Ness. Reception Committee-E. G. Harris, Chairman; F. C. Triay, W. E. Lalanne. TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND PIMPLES itn tO dcayu, same .... NADIN-OLA.... THE COMPLEXIS, IEAUTIFIE. 41 'T3E NADINOLA IRL (Formerly Advertised and hold a ....SATI'UOLA...* No change in Formula of Package. The NAME only has bees changed to avoid confusion. as we cannota oad to have so valuable preparation coe fused with any other) NADINOLA is guaranteed. and mosey will be 14 refunded in every case where it fails to remove freckles, pimples. liver-spots, collar discoleration,. sallowness. sun-tan, black-heads. dishiguuiag erup dons. etc. The worse cases in so days. Leaves the skin clear. soft, healthy, and reetores the beauty of youth. Price tow and $sLO Sold in each city by all Leading Druggists or by malL Prepared only by NWtioa.t rowlet Co., Paris, Tenn. Sold in Lafayette by all leading drug stores.