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Will You
Be One?
Our customers are our best
advertisements. Every pair
of glasses fitted by us sell
others.
Every day some one says,
"Mrs. So and So is so well
pleased with her glasses that
I thought I would come to
you."
We are human, though, nev
er satisfied. We want to
add you to our chain. To fit
you is to fit your friends in
the future.
We Correct All Defects of
The Human Eye That
Glasses Will Remedy.
S. R. BIOSSAT,
Optometrist.
At Biossat's Jewelry Store.
Southern Pacific R. R. Schedule.
East Bound.
Arrives. Leave..
Na 8, 1:3 a. m...........1:45 a. m.
No. 2. Terminal ..........5:30 a. n.
Mo. , 10:40 a. m. ........10:5 a. m.
Na 1s, 1:15 p. m..........1:23 p. m.
West Bound.
Nu.7. 2:37 a. m.............2:47 a. m.
No. 5, 1:25 p. m...........1:45 p. m.
Na9, 5:00 p. m...........5:05 p.m.
a 1, 9:25 p. m ...........Terminal
Oriole, 6:35 p. m ..........7:10 a. m.
Alexandria Braneh.
Ha 706, 10:40 a. m.........Terminal
No. 705, Terminal ..........1:45 p. m.;
Train No. 11 arrives from New Or
lemaa at 2:10 a. m. and departs for
Alexandria as train 711 at 2:20 a. m.
Train No. 712 from Alexandria ar
lves at Lafayette at 1 a. m. and con
meets with No. 8 for New Orleans.
This Is a miaed train service with
day coaches and sleeper.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1010.
Persona ls.
.eiry Voorhies, of Eunice, ar
rti Saturday afternoon to visit
Sves.
Son't forget to ring up 52 any
ue you are in need of guttering
and spouting. It will only cost
Jod 9 c1) dts a foot erected on
yolk buildin.. We have in stock
a better grade that, we will place
up" your building according to
plais and specifications. Always
coio~~ut s for piices.-.-JOHN J.
Henry Gtidroz, of Carencro,
wasin town Saturday.
GIbeeries always fresh, deliveiry al
way. prompt, prices always right at
Mealx Bros. Phone 183.
. Graser leaves today for
e, where he goes to work
for 'everal weeks.
Fzrsh Cranberries 50c per gallon.
R. H. McFaddin, phone 64.
7j Mw. and Mrs. Don. L. Caffery,
of Alexandria, came down Satur
day to assist in the celebration
of Jdige J. G. Parkerson's 81st
birth4y. The Advertiser joins
the 1ng't s many friends in
wishing him much happiriess
and Smny returns of the anni.
vers y.
HSj,, corn; eats, chicken feed and
all kindse:oi food staffs at Upton's
pho 192.
8DR. C. H. MASTERS,
D ENTIST..
Best Equilpped Office in
So latw t Louislarna,
ALL MOEH¬RLETRIiAL APPIA I ES.
Porilaa rWorka Specialty
Work don'mianderperfect san
itary conditions.
Painless extractidn of teeth by
Soamoform g . .
SOFFICE - 2nd Floo-r
Levy A sro .' Wi ite
'B PI-son 37
Prof. F. M. Bacquet, of
Youngsville, was in our office
yesterday and reports his town
progressing right along.
Dr. G. R. DeLaureal, of Brous
sard, was in town yesterday.
We have received our handsome
line of ladies' tailored suits and in
vi:e your inspection.-Levy Bros.
Atty. H. E. Bruner, of Rayne,
visited town Saturday on busi
ness.
Let me make your winter suit
B3uquor, phone 239.
F. II. Mouton made a flying
trip to New Orleans Thursday
and returned Friday evening.
Dr. J. R. Langlinais, formerly
of Pilette, but now removed to
Milton, was an agreeable caller
at our office yesterday.
luquor cleans, Buquor pr sses.
Judge P. S. Pugh. of Crowley,
was in town yesterday.
Rene Villere, after spending
a couple of weeks in Lafayette
and Carencro, returned to New
Orleans Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Mouton
returned from Port Arthur.
Sunday, where they spent a
vacation. Joe has a strong grip
and a robust look since his trip.
Order your coal from Ramsey.
Also all kinds of feed stuff. Phone
410.
Rev. E. M. Stewart and wife
returned home yesterday from
Lecompte.
Plant yoqr strawberries this month,
October, and have some fruit
next spring. Drop a line to C. T.
Bienvenu, of the Lafayette Pecan
Nursery and get his prices. He han
dles the best.
Reviv-l Services.
Revival services will begin at
the Presbyterian church tomor
row evening at 7:30 o'clock and
continueduring the week. The
pastor, Rev. E. M. Stewart wi 1
be assisted by Rev. W. A. Zeig
ler a noted evangelist. All are
cordially invited to attend.
Home-gown red rust proof seed
oats at Ramsey Elevator iMills, phone
410.
Youngsv lle Fair.
The good people of Youngs
ville have arranged to give a
grand fair Saturday and Sunday,
Nov. 19 and 20, for the blenefit of
the Catholic church of that town.
An interesting and very excellent
program has been arranged and
all who attend may be sure of a
cordial welcome and a pleasant
time. No doubt many from La
fayette, Carencro, Scott and
Broussard will go and assist in
the good cause.
Let Buquor clean and press your
clothes.
C.. C Duson Dead
C. C. Duson, aged 64 years,
died suddenly in New Orleans on
Oct. 19, from a stroke of paraly
sis. He was one of the fathers
of Acadia parish, and in conjune
tion with his brother,. W. W. Du
son, founded the flourishing city
of Crowley. He served as sheriff
of St. Landry .parish for many
years and also. represented his
district in the State Senate.
Mr. Duson led a# active and
strenuous life and did much to
promote the wonderful develop
ment of his native parish and
surrounding section. The fun
eral took place in Crowley- from
the residence of T. M. Toler Fri
day morning.
THE CAKE CONTEST.
Fine Program Rendered and
Prizes Awarded-Good At.
tcdance.
Saturday evening the cake and
biscuit contest at Music- Hall;
under the auspices of the School
League proved both a social and
financial success. The- atten
4dance was large and everybody
enjoyed , the splen id treat of
musical and literar- selections.
The regular program was car
riedout and proved a source of
extreme pleasure to all. There
were 23 cakes entered for the
contest and competition was
strong. Mrs. (R. D. Voorhies
won first prize, Mrs. H. Jagou,
second prize and Miss Lucy
Prudhotmme third prize.. In the
biscuit contest Mrs. W. L. Hes
terly won first, Mrs: F. S. Mudd
second and Mrs. L. F. Stafford
third prize. The gross receipts
were about $25.00 and goes to
the School Leagues' treasuries.
The following is the progam
rendered.
The Perfect Man..Mr. Weston Brown
Dr. Ducrocq, Mr. Lastie Brous
sard, Mr. i'rank -Myers, Mr.
Joe Bienvenu.
Prof. F. Sontag. ... Violin Selection
Miss Agnew................Song
Miss Jeanne Siadous..........
.......... Instrumeital Sel~tion
INTERMISSION FOR' REFRESH
MENTS.
Misses T.ea Gladu and Louise Do
n.engesux........Instrumental Duet
Mr. ira..a Myers. ............Song
Miss inez Biossat... ........
...lnstrumental Selection
Mr. Bryant. .................. Song
Mrs. Sun ....... .. Song
P'ublic A.uction of Cakes.
Mr. . Fieldt .... ... Violin Selection
Miss li\ ilti;a PElle -in.......... Song
Died.
Sunday lo niig at 6:30 o'clock
the venejra;i' Gustave Judice
p)assedl a;\la' ait his home near
Laf, v t(. I)eath came sudden
!y a .l tt., aged gentleman ex
pimi a, I ,, :'oins of a daughter
bof'or., ., -- .l alice could be sum
mon0ol( e,,.,ased was ,5 years
andl f(,i~" ' s old, iand ul) to
quit(e ,had enjoyed ro
b)uLst I t ast w!illLer was
Str.l iO ulll ia, fronm
linlc lly re:ov~l c ored.
1H, m,).:t, !romi
nei , i:1l citizens of
tlii . . v ilt i devoting
ili to his farm,
st 1. eo, v,.s loved
:,, a large circle
of aq : li;;lilltances.
Mri..i . wvile just af
tetr w <s left in
char, :: ly of ten chil
u a.. td one boy, the
late w. e of Scott. He
ream ed hi-; nidren with care
and affectrio., three of whom sur
vive to h11on11 his memory
Mmins. Er-" ... Patin of Lafayette,
Henry Stetc '.'er and Anatole Ju
dice of Lor,-auville. He served
under Gen. Wlex Mouton in the
Civil war and was in the battle
of Shiloh.
The body was laid to rest in
St. John's cemetery yesterday
morning, the Confederate Vete
rans acting as pall bearers and
guard of honor. Father Teurl
ings paid eloquent tribute to the
manly virtues of the deceased,
his devotion to his family and
commended his honesty, simplic
ity and sincerity of life as a
worthy example and inspiration
to all. The Advertiser tenders
its condolence to the family and
friends and trusts that God may
soothe and sustain them in this
hour of bereavement.
LOOK OUT FOR THE CIRCUS,
Forepaugh and Sells Bros. Shows.
Are Coming Soon.
It is a pleasure to announce
that on Sunday, Nov. 13, the
great Adam Forepaugh ahd
Sells Bros.' Big United Shows
are to visit Lafayette. They
LAFAYETTE 1
Sunday, Nov. ,
$3,200,00 0 _$ 7.000
!INVEDAITAL DAILY EXPENSES
0 ,5
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TH E NEW AN OEr
Tm CBiT TENTIIRffTE -
iT 6 t IO OCLOC [rTS i.
1M1Li .Ii. THE CREAT 81 HORSE ACT togo PERS[NS
MILESit l 680 HORSES
750 BEASTS r 125 a ir ACTS
618H0SE :r 0 CLOWNS
i ACRESI0T. 5 CONTINENTS
mtm, amwalSU U LOERy- My TS
va- sasiwssonar aa er no ane
I TUSUPES
AlLt . oM ues M or hardIE
s0, ELSEANyS atL ..S E Al Uw S
OFT r THE SHOW OF A THOUSAND WONDERS
oRtEE T E eNeS AUSEm T EEP E SA .
AT IS O CLOCK IVERI 11 6ll S
Big, New Street Parade
on so Wc 1candin to 11
agn gBI teM d12 Ials ALF BAoE TY-BLL
st~t V I TTERFLY ACT
Admiission and Reserved Seats For Both Afternoon and
Night Perrformanceson s
STde, Show Day, at.... VOSS Py
come after a: ;ibs,,le of several
seasons wita o.i.le)t,' new out
tit from begi . I. to end,. it cost
the manag .. ,,it `:.2, t',( j00 .
This is the irc thatt mlakes
its metrojiel ,,n hlioi,0 inl the
Madison .S ;. :rdin in New
York Cit.. I; i an lsil red
there to bh : iiio:-t ( -i).ua ;Lad
largest of ' ')r hi s tented
shows. T'I '' is ;iot o; antr'y
on earth tltat. ci l where
this circus i.,- ra. 1) .t sw1 i n time
during its 1,i y av: s of exist
ence pitci:' i's tin ito-es of
tents. a s ,iispaty'd its thou
sand in i , eo., a,' every
crowned h, of E::rope. It
has broai-j,' . easui ' illto the
lives of e ,. illions of the
earth's !
Not ol.t 1. ' sl 100, sensa
tions are, + ... di, i rin, the va.
rious , :. s of the day.
There i. i ';iiits that play
billiard. . tilht ri o .s and
use the t ' . ; s,:,tl and sea
lions tit:.. an exhlibition of
juggling. . . atics and ,-luili
brism, f, ad the a;hiiti;s of
any h r:::u.; ICs eriil') .merl
that ev,. cx ,,: and sixty-one
horses th. in a sing!e ring
at one Ii:,- - delmonstration in
the art ft na training that
has no pr'-( l -!it.
There ir clIowns, acrobats,
gymnasi~ :.iairs. aerialists and
other sp.Poh!!ii:-ts that represent
the very bhet talent of European
countries. The menagerie is a
million-do,!l;l" exhibit and a com
plete exlp,,sition of natural sci
ence. The parade of the fore
noon is a thiree mile panorama of
the history of the world, from
days befor-t the flood up to mod
ern times.
There is a question if the show
can ever grow any larger than
it is this season. Its present
proportions are a serious prob
lem for the railroad- that have
to tra:;stiort it from city to city.
This ",:,, , ,n0(m entir ',ion of.
the tra:ii is re,!aired ', .ul the
par- ljuilmnt. '" I e are
shows i th, eo'u..' which
claim ti e the va1.gset:. i'he en
tire train of any one , them is
not lagr - enough to ven hold
what Fore iaugh and Sells Bros.
exhibit free upon the streets.
It would seem that after tak
ing first place among all the
shows of the world, the circus
that is soon to be here, would
be content with that distinction.
But suchl is oL the cas. e so Not
sat isliel toi wll ifnouOhi
alone, it has no trived by th:,
sp,,ndin_ 4, 3 fortunesto. to
still eni4r ' o'ri.;nizti;oi.
and to etter N )w it stand.
as a sort ,f world's ei.wlt
wonder. '1 is no)t aio)thir
shwc, that , dln)licate at y
one of its on, .dred bil fiat,
ur s. 111I \ . rde of por
form;rs is ai h:rf'l thing t. i
cont0111p lt'. it , in the history
of circ.s if-il . i s such anotli" r
arraN. )f to;aba )tell 2tn .ts, m )n} ,le
un der i ni Id i t gi n enii t. T hiihli
shoellt' (1 l t, , n11).y of 1,U0
l, o):lo. It hIa i00tI horses anod
"01 wild at iei
For Sale -60 h. p. boiler, :10 h. p.
enlgine, I force punip and 1 punIlp.
All in first cltass condition. Also a
conmltlet (cotton1 gin outfit. Apply to
Jos. ililleaud. )10- -St.
HYPNOTISM Ai`D MAGNETISM
Diseases cured and bad habits cor
rected without medicines or drugs
of any kind. Complete and pp, 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
other methods fail.
OFFICE HOURS, 9 to 12 a. m. and
1 to 5 p. m. Office above Mouton
Sisters'.
J E. MOUTON, LAFAYETTE, LA.
Phone 244.
CALL AND S[[
OUR NEW LINE OF
Fall and Winter
HATS
The Very Latest Patterns.
Hats Trimmed To Order.
Also a Nice Stoclk of False Hair.
MISS MARIE CASTEL
ALEX G. BROUSSARD,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates. Plans and Specifications
Furnished on Application.
PHONE 414. P. O. BOX 354.
LAFAYETTE, - - LOUISIANA.
J. J. POURNET,
Attorney-At-Law and
Notary Public.
Office with Jerome MoUton.
PARKERSON 8 MOUTON
Established in 1897.
FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, TORNADO, EMPLOYES' LIABILITY AND RENT
INSU F~RAN CE.
Also all kinds of Bonfds. Ten Years' Expenencel
.1
There's a whole lot of satisfaction in being com
fortable at any cost. But how much greater the
satisfaction in being cozy and absolutely comfort
able, sitting by a good Buck's Heater and knowing
that that heater is consnming the smallest amount
of fuel that it is possible for a heater to cansume
and still give perfect heater satisfaction. Buck's
are best that's why we offer them to you.
PIELICAN.
FUIRNITURr COMPANY, LMIrrED
LATFIAETET Loe.
W iilter is Coining.
GET ALL YOUR BROKEN WIN
DOW PANES REPLACED. RING
UP
ADiLPH MOUTON, PHONE 116
Ii~c-ette building
Association
' . ! ` .n ! , P ,: , . T . lI;: -n t. Ir., S e c ty
', [ I , ]. n . \'€ r* , 1," k-a r',,el- u . 'T reas
Established Feb. 12, 1900.
AUTTIORIZED CAPITAL $100.000.00.
CUT OUT THE RiENT.
When you get the house paid for,
Syou'll have something t hich 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.
Rare Opportunity!
If Taken at Oncel
For Sal e
200 arpents Of the most fertile land
for all kinds of crops, half mile from
switch and derrick, near Scott, La.,
with cane on the place to plant any
quantity of that stme land, with
houses. barns, and a well 265 feet
deep, or
100 arpents of the 200 for lease,
having cane on it, too. A deal can be
had part on terms if so desired.
FOR SALE ALSO
The two best Stallions in the coun
try-one magnificent, Arabian, 7
years old, and one exceptionally good
German coacher, 6 years old, 17 hands
high, raised here. The above horses
are kind sure colt getters, very easy
to handle and have to their credit the
very best kind of colts.
Also for sale a large pair of mules.
17 hands high, young, they weigh
2,500 lbs., and are first class. They
are priced at $500 with harness and
a good strong cane wagon with a body
made expressly for that purpose.
For further information, add1,ess
F. SIADOUS,
Lafayette, La.

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