Southern Pacific R. R. Schedule.
,: Arrives. Leaves.
No. 8, 1:38 a. m...........1:45 a. m.
No. 2, Terminal ........ 5:30 a. m.
No. 6, 10:40 a. m.........10:55 a. m.
No. 10, 1:15 p. m............ 1:21 p. m.
No.7, 2:37 a. m. ............2:47 a. m.
No. 5, 1:25 p. m..........1:45 p. m.
No. 9, 5:00 p. m. .........5:05 p. m.
No. 1. 9:25 p. m. ................Terminal
Oriole, 5:35 p. m...........7:10 a. m.
No. 706, 10:40 a. m. .......Terminal
No. 705. Terminal ..........1:45 p. m.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1909.
The Fashion received a diploma f(
the handsome hat placed on displa
at the Parish Fair. The hat we
awarded to Mrs. Ed Rodin of this cit
by The Fashion.
Try a 'sack of Prince and Auroranl
flour. None other so good.
.Judges Julien Mouton, Caillount an,
Ellis are holding a session of circui
court at New Ilberia. The do..ct 'on
sists of thirteen. cases, which arii . e
pected to be finished by the end o
Ask your grocer for a sack of Princ(
or Auroramo flour.
Lot Hoffpauir and Alcide Foremar
of the second ward were in town yes
terday on court business. Both sa)
that the crops in their section are
practically all gathered, corn cotton
and rice, and that the money value
has proven good. Mr. Foreman say:
that he believes the boll weevil is a
blessing in disguise.
We have a large and select line of
toilet articles and druggists' sundries.
Call and see our stock. Lafayette
Mrs. L. G. Stelly of Carencro was a
visitor to Lafayette yesterday.
The place to buy corn, hay, oats and
all kinds of feedstuffs is Upton's.
Phone 192. Delivery to all parts of
You can learn by a look through
the stock of Hart. Shaffner & Marx
clothes shown by Levy Bros. what a
variety of new patterns are to be
had in men's clothing fabrics.
For a nice oyster loaf ring up 215,
Mrs. J. Bunt & Son. One dozen 25c,
one and a half dozen 35c, two dozen
45c. Prompt delivery.
Mesdames E. R. Kennedy and Crow
Girard returned home Wednesday
after a three weeks stay in Hot
Fresh groceries and prompt delivery
is what you always get when you
order from Meaux Bros.. phone 183.
Amick Courtney has accepted a po
sition at F. Landau's store.
Mr. Edward E. Alexander and Mrs.
A. A. Hannah were married at the
residence of the bride's brother, Judge
T. A. McFaddin, in this city yester.
day at noon. Only relatives were
present. Rev. E. M. Stewart, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, per
formed the ceremony. The newly
wedded couple left on the 1:30 train
for Eunice, where Mr. Alexander owns
a saw mill, and which will be their
For a nice red snapper or redfish
from three to four pounds, on Fridays,
ring up Mrs. J. Bunt & Son, phone 215.
Call and see our elegant fall stock
of ladies dress goods, patterns and
styles, the very latest, and the prices
very attractive. Schmulen's.
It's a Hustler.
Hunt's Lightning Oil is up and dos
ing all the time. It cures your aches,
pains, cuts, burns and bruises while
you sleep. Rub a little on your mis
ery and feel it disappear.
Until you try Prince and Auroramo
flour you do not know how good flour
can be made.
Don't think of buying your fall suit
until you see what a bargain in style,
quality, At and price we can give you.
DR. C. H. MASTERS,
* DENTIST* .w
Best Equipped Office in Southwest Louisiana. 4
ALL MODERN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES.
SAll work done under perfect sanitary condi
tions. Instruments sterilized by steam HEAT
IN YOUR PRESENCE-before each operation.
¶ Positively paialess' extraction of teeth by Somno
OPPICE--ND PFLOOR LEVY EROS'
White PFont Bulldlng.-Phone 377
i;. -·, ..... • _
A Pleasant Meeting.
S The young ladies of the Home
SMission Society mloot Saturday after
()noon1 at the hone' of 1Mrs. P. B. Torian
1 i l .elected the following officers:
ia r"s',"i It. tii,; Ireine (;ir Irl: viee
pr ,sideltnt, Miss Kate t tobinson: soecre.
Star '. Viss Mantle Itrannon: treasurer,
Miss t.rtha i!l
The young ladies are striving to
furni h a room in the Orplhons Henni
at Piston. Ia.. ald to help do so they
- ill give a pie social this afternoon
r at the home of Mrs. F. R. Tolson at
s 'lie vyouting ladies mIleet on1ce every
y wontlh at the hiore of Mrs. P. B.
Torian and do a little sunshine work.
hoeuirdes spenlding a very plasanlt aft
'rte at, and Mr. ('has. \V. Borchers of
daught,'r of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. G(uch
erean,l and Mr. Chas. \V. Rarchers of
New Orleans were married Wednes
day morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Fath
er Teurlings officiating. After the
ceremony the family gathered at the
home of the bride where dinner was
served. The newly wedded couple left
on No. 10 for New Orleans to spend
a few days with the groom's relatives,
after which they will leave for the
North and East 'to spend severalj
months on a honeymoon trip.
After three months of rest the
members of the Wednesday Club met
this week at the home of Mrs. W. A.
LeRosen and spent a most pleasant
afternoon, besides discussing much
business. The applications of Mes
dames C. M. Parkerson and H. Mas
ters were voted upon and they were
unanimously elected members of the
After the meeting adjourned the
hostess served a two-course luncheon
consisting of fruit salad, saltines, an
gel cake, lemonade and fruit marble
Prince hard wheat and Auroramo
soft wheat flour, every sack guaran
teed, distributed through the Mer
chant's Grocer Company.
For every woman everywhere
La Fran~ s the shoe that never
disappoints - the shoe of lasting
satisfaction. It is a composite of
style, comfort, fit, and durability. It
not only wins approval,but retains it.
We want to show it to you because
it will please and interest you, We
want to sell you a pair because you
will like them better every day you
wear them - and you will wear them
a long time. Won't you come in
and look them over- to-day?
M, ROS laFIELD,
, $3to ,
Makes the finest, most deli
cious biscuit, cake and
pastry; conveys to food
the most healthful of
1 he story in lr.f of "\\'hen !is
\Vices Away."' Chas. T. Vincent's
latest farcical co(itedy success, which
the e.(centrie h,.LodiarI Mr. Robetolt
Dalton will present at thei .lJfiersoin
Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 26, hinges
around i ul gnstus Twitters, who has a
t:aste for e(citenhtit and female so
ciety. The complications begin when
Dick Sterling, a rising young lawyer,
in love with Emily, Augustus' daugh
ter, finds out that his prospective
father-in-law has given a ring to Mille.
Julie, a dancer. As Dick is forbidden
the house because of August us' aver
sion to lawyers, he concocts a scheme
whereby he can show up the old man
and get his consent to a marrige with
Emily. Dick gets an introduction to
Mile. Julie and induces her to assist
him in his little scheme. Dick presses
his uncle Robert into service as a
pseudo detective and between the
three they trap Augustus. Further
complications arise when a beauty
doctor, Mlle. Julie's father, makes his
appearance, at the intervention of
Mrs. Twitters, to remove a blemish
from her neck. Emily mistakes him
for Dick's uncle, which furnishes op
portunity for another tangle. The
beauty doctor brings his daughter
with him on his professional calls and
as Mrs. Twitters does not want her
husband to know of his presence in
duces him to hide in her room and
his daughter in a closet at Augustus'
unexpected return. Augustus finds
A Good Business Location.
For rent at $20 a month. Avail
able Nov. 1. The two-story frame
building on corner of Jefferson and
Convent streets (near Meaux Bros.'
store). Building connected with city
water works and has complete sani
tary conveniences. Second story has
two bed rooms, dining room and
kitchen. Building is centrally located
for grocery, or general store.
Apply to N. P. Moss, or Andrew Mc
Bride ,at Moss Pharmacy.
For fresh oysters, two dozen for 25c,
ring up Mrs. John Bunt & Son, phone
WHY PAY RENT ?
WHEN YOU CAN 80 EASILY
BUILD YOU A HOME THROUGH
HOME BUILDING AND LOAN
FOR PRACTICALLY WHAT YOU
SPEND IN RENT?
FOR PARTICULARS. OFFICE
FORMER POST OFFICE BUILD
i. GUIDROZ & CO,
Horseshoelng, General Black
smith and Wheeiright.
Rabber Tires Pit 0a
All work done promptly sna satis
;actorily at low prices.'"
1 the dancer, and as both the husband
t and wife know she is in the closet,
they both try, without thi' knowledge
of the other, to get her away. This
situation furnishes one of the fun
iniest scenes in the play, and the fun
is fast and furious intil the dancer
Stinal!y escapes. Finally Dick's uncle
:apears on the scene, introduces him
self as Inspector Peck and tells Au
t gustus that he is working up the
ring affair in the interest of a lawyer
friend. The friend is Dick. who at the
cpportune monment assures Twitters
that he can and will save him if he
will give his consent to his marriage
with Emily. Augustus is furious, but
seeing he is trapped consents, and the
complications fade away in the hap
piness of the two young people and
the promise of Augustus to behave
himself in the future when his wife's
Mr. Dalton appears as Augustus
Twitters, a character that fits him
like the proverbial glove, while the
rest of the company is excellent.
The Advertiser Is well equipped to
print wedding invitations. Visiting
cards two dozen for 35 cents, 100 for
75 cents. Orders for engraved cards
and invitations taken.
L afayette Building
A. B. Denbo, President. T. M. Bossat, Jr., Secty
A. 1. LedBanc. Vice Pren S. R. Parkerson. Treas
WHAT IS IT WORTH?
Saving is a slow prccess. and if you
wait until you have money for your
home you'll wait a long time.
Why Not Enjoy It Now?
A little cash, a litle nerve and
strong will is necessary to put your
own home within reach in a few
weeks. Why wait when our plan
helps you to possession at once?
LAFAYETTE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
Genuine Bargains in
TIN WARE, PANS OF ALL
KINDS AND SIZES, AT
SJardinieres, flower pots, hang
ing baskets, cuspidores, mixing
bowls and water pitchers, all
earthenware goods; cheaper than
A 25 cent box of
for 10 cents. Try a box,
LAFAYETTE RACKET STORE.
Z. G. GLADU, Proprietor.
FA MOUS SHOW- But this will hardly apply to modern
business methods...The morals of the
MAN ONCE SAID, commercial world are continually im
proving, and honesty and fair treat
«ifh l A (l 'i- ment are the real foundations of a per
S manent and successful business....
C( C1 ) We have been building along these
Si k e t () 1 (e lines for the past seven months. May
,, we have your confidence and phone or
ROY & MOUTON, Phone 93.
JULIUS GOLISlMITII, LE. L. G.lI).I, A. U. ll).
President. Vice - Pr'si',en t. t"e i rt ir'y.
S LAFAYETTE WHOLESALE I
GROCER COMPANY, LTD.
Alwayyson Hand aFull Line o.f Choice lPancy
CORN, OATS, BRAN AND HAY
Best, Quickest, Most Comfortable and
Safest Route to the
North, East South and West
Salid vestibuled Train Through to California Without Change. Con
nection made at New Orleans with the Magnificent Southern Pacific
Steamers to NEW YORK and HAVANA, CUBA.
If you contemplete a trip consult your local agent, or write
D. ASBURY, D. P. A., J. H. R. PARSONS, 8. P. A.,
Lake Charles. New Orleans.
K. C. S. RY.
(KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.)
The Popular Route to the North.
Through Kansas City.
Buffet Sleepers from Lake Charles.
Through the Mountains of Arkansas.
For Health and Recuperation, visit
SULPHUR SPRINGS, ARKANSAS,
All Year Health Resort.
The Kihlberg Hotel and Bath House Now Open.
Illustrated folders sent free.
S. G. HOPKINS, S. G. WARNER,
D. P. A., K. C. S. Ry., G. P. A., K. C. S. Ry.,
Texarkana, Texas. Kansas City, Mo.
At the Lowest Prices.
Is what you may depend on when you place your orders with us.
PROMPT DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF TOWN.
DENBO & NICHOLSON CO.,
Vehicles, Harness, Lap
Robes, All Kinds of Deere [
Mowers, Gasoline Engines.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
DENBO 6 NICHOLSON CO., LTD,
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