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On this Snace Southern Pac'ic R. R. Schedule. East Bound. Arrives. Leaves. No. 8, 1:38 a. m...........1:45 a. m. No. 2, Terminal ..........:30 a. in. No. 6, 10:40 a. m.........10:55 a. m. No. 10, 1:15 p. m...........1:25 p. m. West Bound. Nu.7, 2:37 a. m ............2:47 a. m. No. 5, 1:25 p. m...........1:45 p. in. 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. in. Alexandria Braneh. No. 706, 10:40 a. m.........Terminal No. 705. Terminal ..........1:45 p. m. Train No. 11 atrives from New Or leans at 2:10 a. in. 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. FRIDAY,- JULY 22, 1910. Mr'. and MvJ. J. E. Primeaux ar re Joking over the arrival Tuesday night of a `weet little baby girL Respeqaler tha*t wihen you want o nries tromptli and at the l 1west peiling prices ri UP 5uperi~1dea4t Htarris was expect ed jt 4 to atter the, . 8, U. 1Alann 4Waner at thltsordon and to visit gh u yagrana. to-days The: &* Meraantile Company are 4epe re a b&rge of fuserals, d vrey 'dwoilk, Prompt Pr * ail*, 1who, with his abeit e a been , y viits rlRties F e red VIý ea-' ats y to Coibhtta p~~~eape fi ii f o Dada ra o aabyne ts , ,o r doh ~ & alllcnd o" - v t teni~ .gdae onNV 9 rwli s it mn a_' Mrs. U. N. Coronna and daughter Miss Rosalie and Mrs. C. M. Parker son returned Wednesday from a de lightful trip to Corpus Christi. Mr. Coronna returned Sunday. Prescriptions filled accurately and with only the purest medicines at the Lafayette Drug Store. Miss Ett elle Daly, of Bellevien, St. Lan Parish, is visiting her sister, s. J. A. Walker. Wear Eclipse shoes and you will have comfort.-Schmulen. Mrs. M. M. Mills and niece, Ca millie Olivier, have returned from a month's visit to Beaumont, Houston and San Antonio. Mrs. Mills re newed her sewing immediately upon her return Wednesday. Kodak films developed and prjnted at, moderate prices by F. F. Carter, Photographer. Miss Mary Bonnet left Wednesday for Patterson to spend 't few weeks with relatives and friends. Houses to Rent-Several desirable cottages in different pdrts of town to rent. Two furnished rooms in private residence.-R. C. Greig, Agt, Judge Alfred D. Breaux and Con stable Albert Bonin. of Ridge, were in town yesterday on business. Alfalfa hay and Action horse feed forsale by J. W. Ramsey, phone 410. Chas Burke, of the second ward, was in the city yesterday. He says the rice crop is very promising. Mayor Gaynor of New York has put itsquarely up to the aldermen to pro hibit the Jefftries-Johnsoui prize fight pictures The aid' rmen will think about the matter until September. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hudson of flumaansville, Mo., recently celebra ted their diamond ;wedding Mr. Hut son is 97 and his wife 91 and they have lived happily together for 15 years. B. N. Coronna, who has been in chatge of eIohuau, Stem & Qo., eomprseas at thits place, left yestevday for N w 2reans to a sume hawrge of *he cm'` anay's cotton depeibet. The pres. and 11bueesot BasD. Stern & (lq, hbre will be hi uhnrge of Me sea. Sc. &hwartz, JLE. .Martin std fL. F'. Rtchdr4I Mr.i 1Jereena's 'esu mch to see him 'lave, bts w1 h it tmh uceess In hi. ,es >It&ing Air. Cornn'sftanily will' remaliiev' for the present. Mt We~lahoussase wtmea ýtý[ .ft 'fronpel wheo bel pent re week'. isiting relaives Seeerntpued b *' her 1 ta I ` hpires i will s}errd a while bere. WE. F i `of a i art 1ale ~j~g~j~ ~A~ P@)~ .~as 4 ~ ~ * M $*'-ýýi ý =.' k f . R ý`4f ue, geenht st -7ei t ae il rm Speed, Not Exercise. Walking, we are told, is a good ex ercise-better than riding in an auto. mobile. The trouble is that a great many of us are not looking for' exer cise. Invention of Cut Glass. Pressed glass was invented by an humble carpenter of Sandwich, Mass., but in the primitive state of affairs it profited him little. More than 200 years ago a Bohemian glass maker conceived the idea of making cut glass. This idea was destined to revolutionize the entire glass indus try of the world. The inventor began by making the walls of the article on which he was working thicker than he was wont so that he might cut the glass with a sharp knife into figures as he chose. Applied Learning. The Absent-Minded Professor-"My tailor has put one button too many on my vest. I must cut it off. That's funny; now there's a buttonhole too many. What's the use of arithmetic?" -Sourire. FOR SALE! AT A BARGAIN A Two-Story Frame Building now occupied as a Hotel. SUITABLE FOR ANY BUSINESS. Corner South Main and Lafayette Streets, Opposite Court House G. BUN r. Lafayette. La. JOHN J. ROBIRA will practice Civil Law in Lafayette and adjoining parishes. Room 6, Maison Blanche Building, LAFAYETTE, LA. J. J. POURNET, Attorney-At-Law and Notary Public. Offlce with Jerome Mouton. HYPNOTISM AND MAGNETISM Diseases cured' and bad habits cor rected without medicines or drugs of any iind. Complete and pet manent restoration to health and vigor effect. ed by the; new method of mental sug gestions now recognized by highest scientific authority. I cure where OFFICE HOURS, 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 5 p. m. Offce above Mouton Sisters'. i E, MOUTON, LAFAYETTE, LA. Phone 244. OOR ' OAWDVARNISH *35 STAIN -Does not ob. aSue` the grain of the wood, will not eraok, chip. Sreshow hees iinqar is fir oe: durable thbn oer4ia ;.y varaumlah partisbeet a wood. and or ews; drtes quickly; anybody can me it. Nine shade. PELICA FURNITURE CO. W__ T FOR MY PRICES JAMfD GET BEST ItESVLTh. ALEXANDRIA, LA, , . ,t E E KING, - Propriftej, ~~_1 AOViNW A . IRAN FE NCINr& n, ; Chosu .and Betin th1 Spout :.' -~ oE Bi~ott and Wheolock Ave. `'ssIgn a nd Po. In a Froe--Work *IYOUI CAN" 4~ .; BS 0nho of your Own y'ou c pap` ,h" by }t cwing h p UI~ I~tLhtI8& LAN A7 f 8e~~t'-member .now any Way1' even výt i up'o do`.ýo 'dant ,to borrow~ just now.: free in the aasuoeiatiou-% g - Inttetrest and are an abaoip JP;sJa N fltR* J- .F : i1ýtl. 5+ Lafayette Building Association A. B. D~enbo, President, T. 1M. Diossat. r., Sec~ry A. 1. Lebianc. Vice-Pres S. R. Parke, .on. freas Established Feb. 12, 1900. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100.000.00. MONEY 1 LOA N. CUT OUT THE RENT. When you get the house p.) id 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, ;tnd it won't inconvenience you on our plan. LAFAYETTE BUILDING ASSOCIATIONi, LAFAYETTE, LA. ADOLPH CIENQUIEMME MOUTON. PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AND DECORATOR. Estimates and Samples Free on Ap. plicatlon. Phone 116. P. O. Box 311. Advertisement for Federal Building Sites. Treasury Department, Office of the Secretary, Washington, D. C., June 29, 1910. Proposals are hereby solicited, to be opened in the Office of the Supervising Architect, Treasury Depar tment, Washington, D. C., at 10 o'clock a. m., on August 1, 1910, for the sale or donation to the United States of a cor ner lot, approximately 130x135 feet, centrally and conveniently located and suitable for a Federal building site at Lafayette, Louisiana. Upon, application the Postmaster will supply prospective bidders with a circular giving particulars as to re quirements and instruction for prepar ing bids and data to accompany same. FRANKLIN MACVEAGH, Secretary. CLASSIFIED COLUMN. FOR RENT. Six room house on Compress street, large yard, wood and chicken house. 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 Dr. T. B. Hopkins. FOR SALE. FbrSale. We have listed for sale articles rsnging from a photograph tp a loco: motive. Write us,.we may 6oIer you a.bargaln.-J. J. CONNERS, P.O. Box 1339, N. "., La.. 7-. n8t.. FOR 8ALE--Three year old stal lion, fancy 11river. t1i4wo F. LANDAU. Notice. No trespassing, hunting~, oe picking black berie s in my pasture near Sur rey Park, under penalty of the law.. JACOB BACHERT. Lafay ette, La.,4 June 30, 1910. PARK(1SON 8 MOUTON Established in 1897 FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, TO2NADO, EMPLOYES' LIABILITY AND RENT INSUFRANCE. Also all kinds of Bonds. Ten Years' IExperiencel MEAUX BROS., Sell Groceries. 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 DENBO &, NICKOLSON CO., LIMITED RELIABLE DEALERS IN John Deere Agricultural Implements, Cane and Farm Wagons, Harness, Gasoline Engines, Jap-a-Lac, Valentine Coach Varnish and Coach Colors, Hammar Brand Paint and New Era Paints and Varnishes, Liquid Veneer, Paint and Artists Brushes. * OUR PRICES MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO BUY FROM US. DENBO & NICHOLSON CO., LTD. Use NO DU ST Cotto-Waxo For Sale in He ial arretl and Barrels. [atfyette Wkorosalf tiro er COMPARY. IUMITED. Blue Bell and Royal Crown Flours--Best on Barth. Send or Bring Your Job Work to T so Lafayette Acdventleer Surnmeie Tours Via Southern Pacifie California, Colorado, Utah, Mexico And All the West NEW YORK And All Eastern an4 :Iorthern Resorts See Your focal Ag for Prtyiculars or Write :Ap.UI1* k P A., J.K .h.FASONSA.P. "., " Lake Charles. .New Orlears. K. . S. RY. (KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.) The Popular Route to the North. Through Kansas City. ua Wipers from Lake Charles. 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