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East Bo6und. * r n a.., m. No. 6,1.:1040 m a. m.i ... A.1(:55 a. im. ni@. 10. 1.r5 . m. ........ . t:2. p..m. West Bound. Nu.7, 2:87 a. m.............2:47 a. m. No. 6, 1:25 p. m...........1:45 p. m. No. 9, 5:00 p. m...........5:06 p. m. No. 1, 9:25 p. m.............Terminal Oriole, 5:36 p. m. .........7:10 a. m. Alexandria Braneh. No. 706, 10:40 a. m.........Terminal No. 705,. Terminal ..........1:46 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. n. 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. 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 Rerne.dy. S. R. BIOSSAT, OptometrIst. At Biossat's Jewelry Store. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1910. Persona ls. Mr. and Mrs. Harvy Lawrence, .iss Saint, and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lawrence and childr+ canp over from Crowley in r auto Sunday after n and spent a' while with Dr. Hopkins and' family. SThe Falk Mercantile Company are prepared to take charge of funerals, and attend to graveyard work. Prompt service gven. Phone 11. WAN'ID-LLady representative to take orders for a quick selling arti 'cll. Phone 465. O. B. Hopkins returned from Shreveport Sunday, where he spent a few days. Houses to Rent--Several desirable tt* IM different parts of town to nt. b 14o furnished rooms in private sidence.-R. C. GAgl, Agt. Mrs: Eustache Trahan and baby, Kaplan, are spending a few days t.u.Pose of her sister,, Mrs. T'rsin Hay, corn, oats, chicken feed and 1 kinds of food stuffs at Upton's Misses Isabelle 'aid' Majtle Mouton ft Sunday for Grand Coteau, where ey will spend a few days. Groceries always fresh, delivery al ay spl pt, prices always right at eax Bros. Phone 183. POUND-In post office, lady's par . Owner can have sane by prov p ownership and paying cost of is advertisement ! C,1L AS TES t Equipped Office in Sg.twest Loudai.na. itip ELETRICAL APPLIA1 ES. p laI Work a Specialty on der perfct san ir. :aconditions. -i., extraction of teeth by AM - ew: om gas. - 1'10E Zsud Floor -:. ::uf;y'~)~~;·ldng.~ tf Mrs. H. K.. Ruger went to News Orleans Saturday to spend a' few days. For sale very cheap, good gentle and fast hfdise* buggy and harness. Levy Bros. FOR SALE-One resident lot 50 feet front by 122½1/ feet deep. Situa ted two blocks north of railroad on Orange street. Bargain for cash, or terms to suit purchaser. Apply at this office. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kennedy left for New Orleans Friday to be gone a few days. WANTED to buy three good milch cows, willing to pay $35. a piece. Want to sell finished building 20x30 feet for $150. 11-11-2t. OCTAVE BERTRAND. Let me do your blacksmith work horseshoeing, etc. I build cane carts and wagons. Chas. May successor to Alfred Mehn. Mrs. N. Abramson and little son, Albert, have returned from New Or leans, where they visited Mr. B. N. Coronna and family. Have your clothes cleaned and pressed by Buquor, phone 239. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mouton are visiting relatives in New Orleans for a few days. Let me make your winter suit Buquor, phone 239. The stork paid a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Biossat, Jr., Sunday and left them a fine baby boy. For Sale-60 h. p. boiler, 30 h. p. engine, 1 force pump and 1 pump. All in first class condition. Also a complete cotton gin outfit. Apply to Jos. Billeaud. 10-i1-8t. Chas. May, successor to Alfred Mehn, does all kinds of blacksmith and wheelwright work, also horse shoeing, and does it promptly and satisfactorily. Give him a trial order. The Mt. Carmel Association held a regular meeting at the Convent Sat urday afternoon, Mrs. J. Arthur Roy presiding in the absence of the presi dent, Mrs. Ducrocq. After discus sing some matters and transacting business the Club adjourned. Hart Shaffner & Marx clothing is distinguished for style and wearing qualities. Sold by Levy Bros. Let me build you a good, sub stantial cane wagon-that's my spe cialty. Chas. May, Phone431. Miss Daisy Boudreaux left Monday for Duson, after a few days' stay here with Mrs. U. S. Dugas. Let me build you a good, substantial cane wagon-that's my specialty. Chas May, Phofie 431. A fine assortment of pocket knives, table knives, scissors and razors at popular prices, at Moss & Company's. Mrs. C. N. LeBlane, of Esther wood, is visiting her cousin, Mr. H. O. LeBlanc, and family. Rufus Mouton, who has been work ing at the Lafayette Sugar Refinery for the past few weeks, has resigned and returned to his home in San An tonio, Texas, Tuesday. Mrs. Nora Feray returned home Monday, after a short visit et tha home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Dugas. Oyster Gumbo and Turkey Supper. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will give an oyster gumbo and tur key supper, also cakes and coffee, at the Elks' home from 5 to 10 p. m., Wednesday,. November 16. Every. body is invited to patronize the sa;p per. Gumbo 25 cents, supper 50 cents. She Das rved a Lst.ering. Mrs. Hashleigh-Sim..thing wrong with your glass of water. Mi. Boarder? )srdar-llThere's a hair in the ice. Mrs..' H.-Imossible! I shaved that lee myself. Horse for Sale. Bay horse, 9 years old, combination saddle and buggy, very gentle and in good order. Cheap. Apply to John Tolso, M. D. 11-4-3t. 41dm , .id, ted. Bids asked for oving the Catholic .Chlabi 150 feet tofiW.rd. Bids open ed 'Nov. 24, Rtight reserved to re ject any stda ll bids. etv. W. J. TEURLINGS, Notice. There will be a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Lafa yette Building Association on Nov. 16, 1910, at 8 p. m. MONEY TO LOAN. Members wishing to borrow should attend. T. M. BIOSSAT, JR., Secretary. STAYED-from premises at Lafa yette, La., on Nov. 10th, 1910, one 5. year-old filly, color solid brownish !black, size. medium large and heavy setn'o brand or marks except swell 'ing size of baseball on belly from en larged navel. Probably making way toward Opelousas. Please notify W. A. .robetson, Opelousas, or Miss Edith G. _Dupre, Lafayette. Reward woaapry rateauW tot ROBE rtySO. W. a. ROBEUTSON Woman's Club.. The members of the Woman!s,,Glub were entertained by Mrs. -Baxter Clegg on the afternoon of Saturday, the 12th. Among the business matters . dis posed of at this meeting was the unanimous acceptance of Mrs. Paul Waitt's application for Club member ship. The program was excellent and greatly enjoyed by the enthusiastic members and their guests on this oc casion, who were Mrs. Skelton, of Montreal, Canada Miss Parr, of Corpus Christi, and Mrs. C. Parker son. The program was as follows: 1. Responses to roll-call; Some brief fact about some character in Roman History. 2. Lesson: Conducted by Miss Left wich. 3. Paper: Coriolanus and Cincin natus, Mrs. T. B. Hopkins. 4. Paper: Legend of Aeneas, Mrs. Nusz. After the adjournment, Mrs. Clegg assisted by Miss Parr, served re freshing ice-cream and cake. The next Club meeting will be on Satuday Nov. 19-one week earlier than the regular date-with Mrs. Denbo. uo5nSAaSS s!noYI 1.aqo}I--'raad5 la!lldosolqd ano ;o suo!ssa.rdxe -.aa o0s ! uo!sseadmI ofp esualeq wsn. m! o1 'sn qth .a 13t uof!s:ouadl aqil u! altugapu! ao paaanIq 3u!ql.lu'3 sI aoaol ;utp 4ou 3i 11 ' .-pus l1r; 01 paltus LIluaiP ns uaaq lou ejq ao3fauel Iuafliciun p.s 'spao u 11 a1lItulamloJ 0o alsel ae em Illun orsai ,puArl1t aap!s -uoo od pasn aou aoS aa nq :lCgnoql an Sn o0 qgnoua aael s1 11 a'o-tltm oa jo esodand eqM anoqg smusq ueluo tstej saeuannd jo uoplldsns U04 s1l unols 0uaDH "-JlI Io selIissaau 4ql oulu £laSal daeA ialua 4ou op saajja asaql 111U nosea aq5 elao 'aminu e oam p 1 aa1 A sdseqad Iaaean £dtm e i qa.M ao 'd5u :amuen ou easq.eG& Sa sw qalqgt aoj u)ajej 'sUoloe3Oeixa pus suOllsao5ns jo aeuusum Ii. q "sn ao] tuIzI11ua 'aqua -189 jo s9 Iland s a2un'trel ;o p5o1-5 .15 Mup¶aoA 91 34e 3W131 1I a]tLL •eouaeo pus ahsnlurl speeI ;ay Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children should be prepared for it. All that is needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists. FARMERS Find Simmons' Cough Syrup in dispensable because it cures a c o u g h promptly, healing the Broncial passages and prevents Pneumonia a n d Consumption. There are many Cough Syrups. but none like Simmons'. 25 & 50c bottles. + ALL DRUG STORES L 3. IICAUDS MEDIalE CO., Shrma, Te. MIRS. JOHN BUNT & SON -DEALERS IN Fish, Game, Oysters, Vegetables, Groceries and I Crocke3r. Phone 215, 215 East Vermilion St., Lafayette, -:- La. GOOD -PLUMBING 18 NOT A LUXURY. It is an absolute pecessity, if you would care to take the full enjoyment of living. We can install every plumbing need, or CORRECT' FAULTY PLUMBING. Our workmen are very proficient and will cause you very little incon venience in repair work. Should. you have any plumbing to be done. you will save time and mon ey by attending to it at once. B. J. OLIVIER HYPNOTIS.M AN MAGNETISM Diseases cured p4d, bad habits cor rected without ~endicines ,or drugs of any kind. Complete and per 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. Winter is Coming. GET ALL YOUR BROKEN WIN DOW PANES REPLACED. RING UP ADOLPH MOUTON, PHONE 116 Lafayette Building Association A. B. Denbo, President. T. M. Biossat, Jr., Secty A. I. LeBlanc. Vice-Pre. S. R. Parkerson. Trea. Established Feb. 12, 1900. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100.000.00. 4L;7MONEY CUT OUT THE RENT, When you get the house paid for, you'll have something which` will al ways be a valuable asset. You Can Easily Get Started on the paying for a hcme by coming here for your information. We will help you as much as possible, and it won't inconvenience you on our plan. LAFAYETTE BUILDING ASSOCIATION, LAFAYETTE! LA. GEOj B. KNAPP, Contractor and Builder. Estimates, Plans and Specifications furnished on application. Phone 28 P. O. Box a9. L AFYE'TTE - LA. I. B. BENDEL. DAN DEBAILLON BENDEL & OEBAILON, Fire insurance Agents, Representing some of the strongest Insurance Companies in America ALEX G. BROUSSARD, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates. Plans and Specifications Furnished on Application. PHONE 414. P. O. BOX 354. LAFAYETTE -- 'LOUISIANA. LANDS FOR SALEl Around Carenecro -BY- G. J. ABBADIE, Carencro, Louislana. CALL AND StL OUR NEW LINE OF Fall and Winter HATS The Very Latest Patterns. Hats Trimmed To Order. Also a Nice Stock of False Hair. MISS MARIE CASTEL JOHN J. ROBIRA will 'practice Civil Law in. Lafayette and adjoining parishes.' Room 6, Maison Blanche Building, LAFAYETTE, LA. DENBO &, NICit CUC LIMITED RELIABLE DEALERS IN John Deere Agricultural Implements, Cane and Farm Wagons, Harness, Gasoline Engines, Jap-a-Lac, Valentine Coach Varnish and Coach Colors, Hammar Brand Paint and New Era Paints and Varnishes, Liquid Veneer, Paint and Artists Brushes. OUR PRICES MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO BUY FROM US. DENBO NICHOLSON CO., LTD. ".HE SOUTH'S C.'., ESAT SO E COLL GE. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS." , , NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be given the best training to pre pare them for success in business. Personal Instruction, Free Employ ment Department, Complete College Rank. College Store and Wholesale O$ices. No misrepresentations to secure ste dents. Through the staccose ofits 22000 former students. Soule College is recognized everywhere as a Wide Aw=ke, Practical, Popular and Suc Cessi&l4 School. GO. SOULE & SONS WE SUPPLY YOUR WANTS In a prompt and satisfactory manner as you will find if you give us your business. We make a specialty of Fresh First-Class Groceries We also carry a nice stock of Plain Crockery, the kind to uqe daily. Our prices are always right. Morgan & Debailon, Phone PARKERSON 8 MOUTON Established in 1897 FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, TORNADO, EMPLOYES' LIABILITY AND RENT ll kinds of Bonds. TA N E . Also all kinds of Bonds. Ten Years' Expenencel THE PATH TO HOUSE OWNING is easily found and easily follow ed by those who are ambitious to have a home g their own. The easiest wry is to join OUR HOME BL'O6 & LOAN ASS'N. which helps you to save, select and buy on easy tei-ms. whatever kind of house you want, and then loans you money on it in emer gencies. J. F. JEANIlARD, Sec Lease of School. Lands In compliance with a resolution adopted by the Parish Board of School Directors on October 8, 1910, 1 will olYer for lease all the Public School Lands of the Parish on Saturday: Nov. 19, 1910, at 10 a. m. AT THE Court House, Lafayette, La., as follows; In the Second Ward for a period of one year, Sec. 16, T. 10 S. R. 3E. in tracks of 40 5-6 acres at a minimum.of two dollars and a half per acre for the higher lands and at a minimum of one dollar per acre for the lower lands. In the First ward, for a period of three years, in trecks of 39 acres, Sec. 16, T. A. S., R. 3E, at a minimum of two dollars and a half per acre for the West half of the section and a minimum of one dollar per acre for the Eas half. In the Fourth Ward, for a period of three years, Sec. 16, T. 11. S., R. S. E., in tracks of 40 acres, a minimum of Five Dollars per acre for the en tire section; except where-corn is planted with less than one bushel of peas to the acre. In such cases Seven Dollars and a half will be charged. In the Eighth Ward, six'seres of public school land situated west of John Whittington's ulace on the public road. 1Ninimum bid to be' three dollars and fifty cents per acre. Also a tract of woodland near Paul DeClouet's place in :he Third Ward. All lessees will be required to furnish two solvent endorsers on their notes on the day the lands are leased, otherwise the lease will not be bind ing on the Board. Notes will be made payable October 25, 1911, 1912, 19113, respectively. E. L. WRIGHT, Treasurei: /·tl