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OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUMtE XLVI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, TUEINDA\ , O(:TI3OER 25, 1910. NUMBER . NOWE $S TVH T'MM TO ORDER YOUR PALL AND WU~T t5 &UIT HATS L~A".-, & BLOCKED. I "Let Me.. Y ur T O-Or" B U. O " H BS / B 2V , i ,/ " , f •3 We absolutely cut every Come in and inspects our Let us take your measure Every garment sold by us We do cleaning, pressing Woolens.. We have the larg- garment to your individual and repairing of ladies and es t assortment in Southwest and make your garments hang We guarantee a fit or refundgarments. Work measurement. gents garments. Work call Louisiana. right and look right, your money. ed for and delivered free. Special Attertttqn Given Ladies' Work. Men's Shirts Made to Measurte. Some People Do Not LikL to make small beginnings. They want to go rapidly, but wealth is acquired more often step by step than by rapid strides. WHY NOT OPEN AN ACCOUNT and begin Iaying the foundation of wealth by saving the small amount which you - cin spare. You will be surptised .to see how quickly these amounts grow into lare.... " ones. WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR., . OFFICA.cRS. NP MQ res ident,,., J. G. PA$KERSON, Vice-Pres., S. R. PARKERSON,; ('ashier; . V. MOUTON, AXsduni (ish ir. JOE E. MOUTON, "issisaiW.etG er Director:" N. P., MOSS, F. DEM IADE E P. B. ROY, M. BILLEAUD, JR., J. A. ROY, JOHN WHITTIN'~rON; C. D. CAFFERY, J. G. YARKERSON, :The "First htlnl and Profits 2,000o oo.oo * q the A verb pretty weddiw. th qi contracted between ILc the amiss'" Lo g. h -'emb11 was per. _ 1 arXdss just be `r 'break of :day ' edines ha~i~ ~a~esuch. a' nd it~ agji;f3~g s auf sgsi 1.. . *·: ,Ithe 'bridee peee~oil .rover of the far.' away pliins bf Texas. ,Atethe erewon h newly dirrie. couplee to'k t Ilight collatid6' oat i. and M' A. J. Mouton, and immediately fter left in Aeuto: for Laayette to catch the morning t ain going West., ust as they left_ the 'use for the automobile, ash0ow» of rice -was pourea O. Obem e many friends. They r " ne fora few days to. Ga v ·e. and a will. make tbiefi'fu turest n he we ' 1!i n ai Arc t Mtid, wlat e the hroo is making a fameian thet `ý e. the all WiS1e ` cohie dCo4 and pro p our life. , A City pit . C to Frank W. Smith. manager of the Snuthern Directsk ry ... .: New Orleans and his . snt, Mri 3. Moses, are here\ o.. purpose of gettin upn a d ,s be. for LIfayette. The work wk. 'gun yesterday :-ahand a bus ase canvas will be made. .:.1, .jlth states that 2500 copies the direory will beiaqqd * acd that as soon as the necessary data, etc. can behad it wil.gt press. Thesedtories e j sold for $2.50 each a4 ilbe distributed broadcast over the United States dsib gale. IMPRESSIVE.. GEREMONY . W. O, W. Unveils mIonument to Memory of Deceased Member in Catholic Cemetery. Large Attendance. Live Oak Camp No. 138 W. O. W. assisted by the Camps from Carencro, Scott, Broussard and Youngsville and representatives from Crowley, Algiers and Ope lousas, unveiled a monument Sunday evening in the Catholic cemetery to the memory of de ceased sovereign, A. Cormier' The Camps formed a procession atthe forest over one hundred strong a'nd headed by Capt. Las=1 tie:, lioussard and the Lafayette Concert Band, marched to the iirtety and' shrsidrrold d- the Wgave of. the departed brother. 4aster ~ -,ceeemoniesi Jios. A. Lk to,: p,. roceeded to darry o ttle rekular program, dc-n thandn.Apllowqd eby a recitation by Miss Martha Pellerin-"O, Why. Should the Spirit of Man Be Proud." The young'lady de y ver.ldthe impressive piece of i e wi th rare grace anfd e1,o iqence and visibly stirred -the he~rs o all present. Master of, cereimoiies Jd6o A. LaCoste then: unveiled the monumenit and Rev. Fath.eTeufrjngs -solemnly kls sed' it. " on. Jerime Moutbn,. taeneivered, an ,oquent ora-, tion, paying glowing tribute to theiwpoth and sterling character, of the deceased member ard ap: ali~~n or the igkest and;Pb lest sentiients of honor and. vir' tue ii man- The otatorreffective ly:i'~de applheatiqn ,of'T.ongrfel low's poem, "The Village Black. gsjith", in=extolling- he life and *hd~i ct~er of the deceased broth. er who was a workman of this i.aift. }Camnp honorswere :given. )nd the closing exercises' read' by Consul Commander E:.Mouis: set. Camp honors were againa given and the Woodmenireturns .4orest in original orders eeinnstratiOri wa promolin" 9ed one of the prettiest and most ift4essive e'er .witnessed iin L A' yette and, reflects .credit' upon thoesttbtlyband of local .Wood men whos. apropriaitely. ýhoiored the'inemory of a departed broth er. Will Locate at Lafayette. Mr. Jerome E: Poehc brother bof theilate Jddge Poch of-. New Orleans, after indves aitng httie dvantages of yarious -points in the Statebas decided to locate at fayette. 1ifr .Poche retupred to Lafayette fr i Natchitoch s, unoda eveniig and yi.teiray stated tothe Advertiser that hQ had resolved to make Lafayette his future home.., His family nsists Of :himself, .wife and eight children and one of the ainit reasons for coming here is the educational advantages of town as well asp the :splendld prospects for growth and 'devel *pment. ,. Mr. Poche is now looking about for a house to rent preliminary to buying- a home, The Advertiser is sure the good eopple fiLafayette will welcome "r.°Pochie and his estimable O ily · n& do all in their powei " vanes . nerest. Wo p . Ient--Six room cottage.-Ap r . T. B. Hop):iis. pl to nD FOOT BALL GAME. Special to th9 Times-Domocrat. 'Lafayette, Lb.., Oct. 22.-The a result of the football game Sat urday afternoon he vreen Tulane University's s.econd team and Southwe.-tern Inctu- triai In-ti F tute resulted. in a vi.:try for the c Lafayette tenam by the score of 3 1 to 0O. It was very cl ,ely ccn- n tested game and would havy been A a no-score one but. for NArmand's good place kick for Lafayette j" from the forty yard line in the third quarter, sending the ball directly between the posts and over the bar. At one time the Industrial boys 1l had the ball within four yards of a touchdown and in ten inches of the line required to be reach ed for holding the ball, but Tu lane held them at this point. On, two other occasions Tulane had the ball as close to Iaefayette's. goal, but the Industrialists leti hfel' cotie no-ffrthr with' itr This is Lafayette's third game of ,the season, and thus far it hag not been scored against, as f(A lows: On Oct. 8, Louisiana S. U. - see ond team, 6 to 0; Oet. 15, Jien nings Higb school, 48 to 0; 'a id to-day Tulane second.team. 3;to0. . la.ed. On Wednesday evening,. Oct. 19, MisS'Agnds Hopkins, d-augh ter -of Mr. John Iopkinds,, iand Mr. J. C. Broussard,, a" promi nent young busitess man,' were united in marriage at St. John's Catholic church, Rev. Father Teurliings officiating. A recep tion was held at the home of the bride's father, and many con gratulations were tendered the worthy young people by their friends. Father Tearlings also added words of felicitation and good advice. Youngsville School League, e Last Friday evening the pa trons of the Youngsville graded school met at the school house and reorganized their school im provement league. Much spirit was manifested and many schodol problems were discussed ob Supt. E. L. Wright, Pro. Dick eri~n, Mrs. A. B. Denbt% Miss i Edith, Dupre of the idnustriTl Institute and Prof. F. M.BJacque. This speaks well for" the- com munity and doubtless `Youngs ville Will soon .take its formpetr place as one of. the. Ieading schoole in educational. matter of. the parish. . - The following, officers -ere¢ elected: Ferdinand T ra h an, ,President; Lake Mallet, Vice President; and Mrs. T. B,: Dun j iiign , Secretary.: A large natp ber of members was enrolled and the league starts out :afresh with new hope and renewed courage. The school is in charge i of Prof. Bacque- and an able 1 corps of teachers. PrescriptipnS filled accurately ail with only the purest medicines at the I -Lafayette Drug Store. . . NotiCe. From now on Mrs. 'John Bunt & , Son ;will sell SHELL OYSTERS at 10 Scents per dozen, 75 cents per hundred opened, 50 cents per hundred in shell ta4.5d per sugar barrel. Delivered to *y part of towTn withiut extra charge. .ocial. Sunday evening Oct. 23 a Crowd of young girls and boys met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steiner. Those present were Misses Amelia and Cob weniski, Mary Whittington, Frances Church. Ellie Lindsay, Celestine Church, Odille, Felice, Lillie, Laurence, Elisabeth, .Eu nice Breaux, Alice Bertrand Agnes and Henrietta Steiner, Messrs. W.. A. Montgomery, Jules Myers, Dennis Bertrand, Oranges! Oranges! Oranges! $1.00 per hundred. 118tS-6t George W. Beadle. ALL the TIME You will findur yard sup- . plied with a complete assortment of Lumber and Building Material Estlmates PFurris led. And Remember It Will Pay You TO LET US 1 fl ure with you VOR EN BAUMEN LUMBER CO., LIMITED. George Breaux,. John Gtidry, Lorma Church,. Wilfred Steiner and Mr. and Mrs. W' H. Steiner. After a few games were pla.ye refreshments were served anu all had a fine timze. High grade of sweetf and sBer pit~e els now in stock. R. H. McFaddfb' phone 6t. 104-13t, Bids Wanted.. Bids asked for moving the Catholic Church 150 feet forward; Bids opaen ed Nov. 2.4 Right; reserved to re. ject any and all bids; Rev. W..J..TEURIANGS, Rector. A fewv Ihode Island Red eggs kr sale att $1.50 per se~iag of 15.-Drt, T. B.. Hhpkhqa.