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East Bound. 2 • 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...........1:25 p. m. West Bound. 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. Alexandria Braneh. No. 706, 10:40 a. m.........Terminal No. 705. Terminal ..........1:45 p. m. Train No. 11 arrives from New Or leans at 2:10 a. m. and departs for Alexandria as train 711 at 2:20 a. m. Train No. 712 from Alexandria ar rives at Lafayette at 1 a. m. and con nects with No. 8 for New Orleans. This is a mixed train service with day coaches and sleeper. TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1910. Personals. Mrs. H. Zike and children leave tc day,. for New Hall, California, to jot Mn Zike and make their future homr Their. many friends regret to se them leave and wish them much hal piness in their new home. Come and see our handsome line o spring clothing-prices all right. Schmulen's. The Southside School League rea Ulized over $50 from their bazaar ani ice cream festival yesterday. The Lafayette Drug Store has a ful line of fresh garden seeds. We put up presciriptions exactl: right with the purest of medicines - Lafayette Drug Store. Miss Esther Beadle' has returned tb her home in Morgan City after a pleas ant visit to relatives here. Golden Dent Sepd Corn and Soi ghum Seed at Immergluck's, phone 50 Roland Guibeau, of Carencro, wa a business visitor to Lafayette yes terday afternoon and a pleasant calle: at our office. When you want a good cigar dro] in at the Lafayette Drug Store. A. C. Daspy, of New Iberia, wa: in town Saturday on business. Sheriff Lacoste and Deputy A. Peci made an auto trip to Church Poin S'Sunday. We have now in stock a full line o lawns, mercerized ginghams, and li, ens, fancy white goods and spring fab --rica.-Sclhmulen's. Albert Caslon, of Morgan City, .vis ited - Mr. Gabriel, Beadle and famil: Sunday. For corn, oats, hay, chick feed, sor ghlum seed, seed corn and ,all feed stuffs, phone Upiton, 192. Ai letter from Mrs. Jno. T. Brous .:sard to. a friend here states that boti h:f faire and Mr. Broussard are doing wel ~ in thei' new home in San Antonio. Lowest.acurrent rates on fire insur . ,ce;. figure .with us before irenewln y~our insur'ace, it wil cost you noth .p- and may': save you some money ernand MoutOn Insurance Agency BX 'Breaux and 'Co0l stable' . tof the second ward srais e y , O 410 eor ar, .hay ran ald-;iU kindwet4edstau .tabloe Vctorin Clotiaux, of Mil lt.I lashWednesday e Lo visi ai orelatives in Meltgan Cimi arl lrirt--$ o .lt y-d Receiveda Spb es t o ton 0 C a ,$1 theiryr of Simpkin Cotts 1 ,mpkOsSlia.ed ce ne orders.. I~~ ILMSTES rf, :f f · ,,-· _ tp p~fe :r tins ' - P:··,: i ý ý_ Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Masters went to Opelousas Saturday afternoon to ** spene Sunday with relatives. C. D. Caffery returned Friday from M. Hot Springs where he has been spend n. ing several weeks for his health. Mrs. A. Landry from New Iberia and daughter Mrs. H. Friedman from ý* Franklin, crme on the excursion to m. visit Mrs. Vic Guidry. Mrs. Fried man will remain a few days. al Edward Putnam, who has been n. teaching in Ouachita parish near Eros, returned Sunday. Lafayette Court No. 1, Tribe of Ben al ur. will give another of their de n. lightful dances at Music Hall on )r- Friday evening April 22. Admission: or gentlemen 50cents; ladies free. Thos. Hutchinson, School Board member of the second ward, attended n- the meeting of the Board Saturday. s. Jules Bouillon, of the second ward, th was in town on business Saturday. Society. The Euterpe Club. \ I The Euterpe Girls had a most en- t, Sjoyable afternoon with Miss Quintilla r] > Morgan as hostess. n The meeting was called to order by the president, Miss Rena Hopkins, j e and quite a good deal of business was A - transacted. The application of Miss T Hilda Delhomme of Scott was voted E f upon and she was unanimously elect- p ed a member. The subject of taking part in the Flower parade was dis- o cussed and was referred to a commit- 1 d tee. After the club adjourned several games of forty.twowere played which a proved most interesting. L The hostess then ushered her guests tý into the dining roolh which was beau, j( Y tifully decorated in roses and ferns- t( and was assisted by her mother, Mrs. ti Alex. Morgan, in serving the following e: 0 delicious luncheon: chicken salad on , lettuce leaves, olives, saltines, ice 'cream and several kinds of cake. d Miss Isabelle Mouton was the wel- d come guest of the afternoon. s, s The next meeting will be held with 3- Miss Hazel Larrabee. r C Progressive Euchre. p Mrs. Albert Doucet entertained a few friends Thursday afternoon in CLASSIFIED COLUMN a For Rent. a Six room house on Compress street, large yard, wood and chicken house. f Applyto Dr. Thos. B. Hopkins. A nice cottage with two bedrooms, dining room and kitchen, galleries and hall, in the center of town. Apply to s- Dr. T.. B. Hopkins. Office room for rent. Apply to J.. F. Jeanmard, Secretary Home Build I- ing and Loan Associatioin. For Sale. 246 Arpents of sugar ltnd on Lan dry and Billeaud Switch; switch and I derrick on place. FOR SALE--A few settings of g Rhode Island Reds eggs, at $2.00 per l- setting of 15, eggs.-Dr. T. B, Hop Skins. LOST-Young girl's blue coat, on ro- road from St. John's Catholic church L, to Mrs. Edward Jenkins' on Palm Sun.. day. Finder please returan t this of Agoe 2. ' The regular annual meeting of - the stockholders of the Improve t merit 'CoaTp fy, Limited, to elect ah boar f treLtoa for the eCnsuingres N year SýgieIe held off W ednesday, Aprlt S18; 1910, t the Fir Ntonal Bandat S;3:30 p.. xa:' C. Me PARN E ON, Secret ry. Tie annual . h eeing of the stock holders of the Lafayette Compress and Storage Company will be held at their of ie in Lafayette, La., Tuesday,; May 3, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. i., for Stahe purpose of .electing a Board of Di = 'rectors, and for the tranabtion of prsuch other business as miny be brought B. N. CORONNA, President. D 'SC WARTz, Secretary. A special raeetbIg .of Mouiton-Gsard- j naerC aOaps, It. C. V., will :e Win at the court hothuse Satiirdiy, April 9, uatl(0 a. m., all nmerbers' are urged to mt*r w;W 'ednesday, evening at h61 ES7P~~r ~; ~-~l. 4 honor of her sister. Mrs. E. Blum, and a most delightful time was spent in playing euchre. Mrs. H. Jagou won the grst prize, which was a lovely vase. The consolation was cut for by all the ladies; and Mrs. Frank Davfs was the fortunate one. The guest prize was cut for by Mines. Blum and Lehmann. and the latter received the dainty hand-em broidered pin cushion. Misses Edna S1prole and Rosalie Coronna assisted the hostess in serving delicious refreshmeints to the following ladies: :Mmes. Blum, Frank Davis, F. E. Davis, MucNaspy, Wood son. Marshall, Abramsou, Joe Mouton, Roy, Jerome Mouton, B. N. Coronna, Sidney Monton, Rosen swig, Voorhies, Alex. M on ton, Le Rosen, Sneddon, Jagn:u, Lehmann, Raoul Jeanmard., D)ucricq, Masters, Young, Sanders. Woman's Club. Mrs. T. B. Hopkins delightfully en tertained the Woman's Club Saturday afternoon. After a short business meeting in which Mrs. Embree and Miss Embree were unanimously elect ed members, of the Club, Mrs. T. B. Hopkins conducted th, following en tertaining programme in commelnoru ti.rn of Easter: Socal Solo..........Mrs. John Given., Nativity and A it..... .. Mrs. Denoo D..et......Mrs. Jones and Mrs Dai An Easter Poem......... Miss Dupre The Passion Play......Miss Leftwich Easter Customs........Mrs. Pellerin Piano Solo................ Mrs. Jones The programme was closed by an t original, romantic contest written by Mrs. Hopkins. Mrs. Farinholt won the first prize, a delicate cup and saucer, and Miss Leftwich won the consolation, a pret ty lace jabot. After the Club had ad journed the members were ushered in- t to the dining room, which was an ar tistic bower of Easter lilies and gold en ribbons, carrying out the color scheme of white and gold. At each plate was a golden Easter egg and a dainty hand-painted place card. A delicious two-course luncheon was served. The guests were Mrs. Vaughan, Mrs. Denson and Mrs. Dobbins. The Club will meet with Mrs. E. W. Jones, April 23. Woman' Civic League. The regular meeting of the Wom an's Civic League was held Satur day afternoon at Music Hall. Quite a good deal of business was attended SP!TEF PANt SMINSTRELSJ - To Be Presented By Local Cast of Lafayette Society Ladies B PENFIB OF THE ELKS An Elaborate Artistic Amateur Production. "SPRING liRG LAWN FET`,E" Fifty ladies in Grand Chorus ~sdomly Costumed. Fine soloists, fan44o dancers. Black,º ion, al Ladies, t6 be presented at, g THATIRE. Thurs. venlag, Apr. ,.. E dta by Miss J. Pearic Rgers vas p r, Lafayette Building Association A. B. Denbo, President. T. M. Biossat, Jr., Secrv A. 1. LeBianc. Vice-Pres S. R. Parkerson. Treas Established Feb. 12, 1900. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100.000.00. S" . CUT OUT THE RENT. When you get the house paid for, you'll have something which will al ways be a valuable asset. You Can Easily Get Started on the paying for a hcme by coming here for your information. " We will help you as much as possible, and it won't inconvenience you on our plan. LAFAYETTE BUILDING ASSOCIATION, LAFAYETTE, LA. to. The day of meeting was changed from the first Saturday to the third Friday.of each month,- the hour was chanzed from 3:30 to 4 o'clock. The 'nvitation to take part in the flower parade was accepted so the members will very soon get busy getting every Sthing in readiness for the parade. After the monthly dues were collected Ithe League adjourned to meet again April 15 at Music Hall. Negro Badly Cut. Saturday night two negroes got into a difficulty at a soiree at. a private house near the race track and one cut the other seriously. The negro who did the cutting was arrested and locked up. Appointed Census Enumerators. Friday Felix Salles and Judge 0. P. Guilbeau received their appointments as census enumerators for the city of Lafayette. NMr. Salles will take the Fouth side of the railroad and Judge Guilbeau the northside. PA!RKERSON 8 MOUTON Established in 1897. o FIRE LIFE, ACCIEENT, TCFHACO, EMPLOYES' LIABILITY AND RENT INSU FRAN ;E Also all kinds of Bonds. Ten Years' IExperzencel Sell Groceries. 4' THEIR Stock is always fresh, their prices as low as the lowest, and they always please by prompt delivery to all parts of town. PHONE 183 'TO CALIFORNIA $31.45 From Lafayette Sne:W ay Colonist Tickets on Sale March 1 to April 15, 1910, Inclusive Via :Southern Pacific d Through Train Daily. Oil Burning Locomotives. Pullman Ls Tourist Sleepers. Chair Cars and Coaches. Liberal Stopovers. e 'Rate Per Berth in Tourist Sleeper, New Orleans to San Francisco $5.75 Ask Your Agent for Information and Literature, or Write Ds D. ASBURY. D. P. A., J. if. R. PARSONS, G. P. A., - Lake Charles. New Orleans. e. DENB0 N HICHOLSOH CON, te LIMITED It RELIABLE DEALERS IN John Deere Agricultural Implements, Cane and Farm Wagons, Harness, Gasoline Engines, Jap-a-Lac, Valentine Te 'Coach Varnish and Coach Colors, Hammar Brand Paint Sand New Era Paints and Varnishes, Liquid Veneer, Paint ' and Artists Brushes. OUR PRICES MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO BUY FROM US. 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