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PUBLISHED TWICEmA~WH-K:: =I. Tuesday and Fridayv Mornings, ONLY t1.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
O".ICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF LAFAYETTE
VOLUME XLVII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1911. NUMBER 30.
Now Is the Time to Order Your Fall and Winter Su
SLET ME BE YOUR TAILOR AND CLEANER"
WE CARBY THE LARGEST LINE OF WOOLENS IN SOUTHWEST LA. J A S. P. .v Uo. o.R
POLICE JURY
LIafayertte, IA., Nov. 2, 191L
The lPolice Jury met this day in
regular session with t he following
aesmbets jeseat: S. J. Bresaux, J.
I. Bronsard iR. A. Voorhles, Alouso
!asy and Coreltus Spell.
SIiPb embers absent were: M.
BIlleaud, Jr., P. A. Dapleiz, Edmond
Martin ~a P. a. Ia mr.
s , s s"r, . ,. s , s *
The. minutes oC ha smeotng hekld
or October 5, were read and approv
Ot l
Mr. P. P. Landry present
After due dascussion and consider
on~on, moton d- uly seconded and
upagrmously arried, the following
dMget of expenses for the year nine
teen IWmdred and twelve, was adopt
eL and ordered pulisd for thirtyI
s in the official journal of the`
BUDGrT.
9Pablic schools ...........$6000.00
Bidges .................. 2844.00
$berl.'s fees ............. 5000.00
dekeepers ........... 150.00
er diem ........ ........ 500.00
Road overseer ......... ... 960.00
8tenographer ....... ...... 300.00
Scretary .......... ..: ... 500.00
Treasurer ................ . 500.00
Attrney ......... ........ 200.00
titor ...... ..........200.00
~eudMent TBoard of Health'. 100.00
iatices of the Peace and
Cty Judge .......... ... 1058.00
~ ctable and City Marshal 1063.00
i~re s .......... ....... 1250.00
S..... .......... 250.00
ctAtorney .... ...... 800.00
.r ,... .............. 50.00
antd ttpse ......1250
of voters ...... ... 575.00
L e ... .... .,....11200.00
'I'there /being no further business, a
to adjoun prevailed.
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I1IATTlETIUN CAPITALISTS
Planters and Business Men of Scott
Offer $60000 Bonus for Central
Sugar Refinery.
At a meeting largely attended, held
at Scott, La., Nov. 11, 1911, to dis
cuss ways and means to bring about
the erection of a sugar refinery at, or
near this point, it was decided, after
a full discussion and after having or.
ganized permanently as the "Scott
Cuae Growers' Association," with
Luke LeBlanc president, and L. L.
Judice secretary, to offer a bonus of
Io0,000.
The following resolution was adopt
ed:
Whereas, Scott, Parish of Lafay.
ette, La., is the 'logical point for the
eroction of a sugar refinery to take
care of the great increase of cane
now being grown in the western per.
tion of the sugar belt; the natural
point to control a vast territory, not
only on points of the Southern Paci
fic, such as Duson, Rayne, Crowley,
Estherwood, Mermentau, Crowley,
Eunice where already preparations
are being made to go into cane cul
ture, but Scott is the center of a cane
growing district, already developed,
extending to Coulee Croche, in the
northwest, Maurice and Milton in the
south, Carencro in the northeast, and
Lafayette south. Leel lands, open
country, over which transportation fa
cilities can be established and main
tained, wherever necessary, at mini
mum cost. These lands are a rich,
sandy soil, producing more sugar to
the ton, than possibly any other cane
lands in the State, allowing- earlier
grinding and a consequently longer
and more profitable seasdh to a refin
ery.
The population; one of the most
thickly settled of the State, mostly
*Abt, lndiM#tis, w0ia WiikOi, O
I :. fs in^h`bdidn e of labor right at
hand, at all times.
We estimate over 500 farms within
a riup.,.s f .r, miesl . of Scott; all
pra~tiaiaWl4?:f~eo debt, able to pro,
duoe cane at small cost and without
appreciable cash adances needed.
W vA windrowed, within
d ishipaeuts wim bis om` be
15,000 tons and we supply several
thoe** t s to t we Lafayette Re..
noy by wagn, from the area above
Th averge yield this saeion is
twºenty top, sad this .vithout tertill
e-m of any sort. t :a many instances,
Moer this yield is obtainedt from lands
that were t y.ePrep red by peas. :
int e tee nanitou see of this i
eeting that o..opera.ion of all the i
people Is assured and we propose as.
a further inducement tom bring aboutr
this quickly desired and needed riesult i
to donate to any 'terson or persons,
Who 'will, erect 'and operate an upto
dste5; oderui, refinery at this point,
of a capacity of not less than 750 a
tons pert day, the sum of Pifty Thou-.2
sand Dollars, payable on 'the delivery S
of a iw n cane to` this refinery ati
the rte of itt Cents per an, uantil
Sshall have received 100,00 tons.
Provided, of course, that the price of
cane, shall be the current, market
price, settled for weekly, as is the
custom.
Be it further resolved, that a com
mittee composed of Messrs. L. L. Ju
dice, Galbert Comeaux, Gaston Sia
dous, Dr. L. A. Prejean and Luke Le
Blanc, are hereby appinted to act for
this community; to represent us and
with full power to enter into such a
contract as will be necessary to fur
ther the cause of the erection of a
refinery at or near Scott.
LUKE LeBLANC, President.
L. L. JUDICE, Secretary.
For general use Moss' borated tal
cum powder, in pound cans, is very
satafactory, being refreshing and an
tiseptic. We guarantee it to be a
pure powder, 25 cents a can. Moss
Pharmacy.
Teachers Institute.
An interesting' teachers institute
with a large attendance was held
Saturday morning at the High School.
State Institute Conductor Alleman
was present and made an address.
Patrons' Day.
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
the children of the Primary school
will observe Patrons' Day with a fine
program. All patrons and friends are
invited to attend. The ladies of the
Northside School League will sell re
freshments for the benefit of the
League.
Mrs. Ned Mouton and baby return
ed yesterday from Jeanerette, where
she has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Legendre.
Rev. C. C. Wier came up yesterday
for a short visit to Lafayette. Mr.
Wier is located at Franklin.
Miss Junot returned to her home
in Rayne yesterday after a pleasant
visit to Miss Isaure Crouchet.
HALL-GUEYDAN MEETING DATES
BROUSSARD, NOV. 18th; CAREN
CRO, NOV. 19th; SCOTT, NOV. 26th;
YOUNGOVILLE; DECEMBER 10th;
TIIME: AFTER MAS., :AT MIL
TON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th
at-4 P. M.: RIQE SCHOOL HOUSE,
TATURDAV, DECEMBER 23rd AT 2
:rSPEECHES -IN: ENGLISH AND
FRENCH &LWtI Lh BE DELIVERED:
LE"T EVERYBODYe.E ON HAND
AND HELP THE CAUSE OF GOOD
GOVERNMENT,
The City Assessment Rols.
The city assessment rols have
been completed by Edward Judice and
they are: very neat and carefully got
ten up. The pages are all free from
blots and the handwriting Is 'very
plain and neat and the rolls show in
recapitulation only a few cents dit
ference, proving that the work has
bden done accurately and carefully.
We have an exceptionally good val
ue in toilet soap, butermilk and ben
soin, 3 cakes to the box; 10 cents a
box. Money refunded if not found to
be satisfactory. Moss Pharmacy.
Weather Turns Cold.
Saturday night there was a decid
ed drop in the temperature and to
-wards morning a heavy rain accompa
nied by wind. The wind blew out
he north show windows of Levy Brod'
store, breaking the glasses and dam.
aging the contents, which got wet.
No other damage was reported.
Sunday a stiff *knd blew and it
was quite cold. Towards afternoon
it moderated, but as night came on
the temperature began to go -down
and by mOrning had ,dropped to 27.
The frees.e killed the buds on the
cane and makes It necessary for the
cane ;growers to begin windrowing.
.Thee cakes ofi glyceue soap for
'10 cents a ttithe Moss Pharmacy.
A" "per tln ofl heater as good eas
a rt. A y ro, . Louise Wilkins,
- riiises
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WE DO NOT ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL
Of a Sweet Baby Girl or Boy
But we are pleased to announce
the arrival this week of the following:
One Car Load of Buick t112 Model Autombiles
One Car Load of Buggies, Surries 8 Runabouts
One Car Load of Farming Implements.
WE HAVE ON THE WAY
One Car Load of Nails and Barbed Wire.
SLACOSTE HDW. CO., LTD.
THE HOUSE THAT WANTS YOUR BUSINESS.
COMMITTEE APPOINTED
To Meet New Orleans Business Men
to Arrive Thursday at 7 p. m.
At a meeting of the Progressive
League held last week to make ar
rangements for the entertainment of
the Merchants and Manufacturers
from New Orleans, arriving here on
their special train Thursday even
ing Novemiber 16 at 7 p. m. the fol
lowing reception committee was
named: Mayor A. R. Trahan, chair
man; F. Demanade, A- U. Prud
homme, Jno. R. Keith, J. R. Jean
mard, N. P. Moss, °P. Krauss, R. H.
McFaddin, C. O. Mouton, O. U. Hop
kins, Frank Moss, L. F. Salles, Jos.
Laco..t¢ F. 0. ,Broi.soar, M·n -
mergiek, T. M. Blosast, -G. D. 3iSd
r9aux, P. B. Torias, H. H. Sandoz
-ad M. Meyer.
,The committee *ll meet the train
and escort the party to, the Gordeo
Hotel fo-r supper. After sauppe the 1
party will be taken to the High
sehool auditorium where Mayor Tra.
ban will welcome the visitors. All the
business m -of Lafayette and. Laft
yette ' lbai s r e InftuS to attead
the meeting at the High school to
meet the members of the party.
Special at Jefferson Wednesday...
Wednesday night two special pic
tures which the management has 4
been trying to get for some time, will
be shown. The first is "Captain
Kate," one of Selig's great African
serials. In this film is shown tropi
cal scenes in Africa in which the
black maned lion is seen catching his
prey, and where leopards prove their d
courage by attacking a lion in de- 4
fense of their mistress.
The second picture is a "Society
Mother," one of Gaumont's series of
"Life As It Is". This series is of ex
ceptional merit and present dramas 1
delineating real life stories with real
life endings. Notwithstanding the
v.ery superior merit of these two Dic_
tures the price will be only 5 and 10c.
J. B. Breaux, of Scott, was in town.
last ,week and paid our office an ap
preciated visit.
Notice of Safe Under Stock Law.
Public notice Is -hereby given. that
I have caught roaming at large, one
yellow cow and red calf, which I will
offer for sale, and will sell., to the
highest bidder ~for cash, in front of
the omfie of the Hoa. Charles Her-,
ahde, Jr,3bt*.. .lega -sals .,i-: i
on November 5th, 1911.
Dated this 11th day of November,
1.911. 1114-1i.
Constable 8th ard;
W. O. W. Attend Unveiling.
Sunday the local lodge Woodmen
of the World, ninety-one strong, at
tended the unveiling ceremonies for
P. IL Reeves at Opelousas. They
were accompanied by the Lafayette
Concert Band, which gave its ser
vices free and also won much praise
from our friends of Opelousas for
the beautiful music they rendered
for the occasion. Judge R. W. El
liott was the orator of the day and
miade a fne-address. For the return
the Woodmen chartered a special
train, but complain very much about
the service they got. They left. Opw
lousas at 7:30 p. m..and got to .the
Baton Rouue crossing atten ten,
where, bnal delayed manyr.ot out
and walked. The train ,pui.4 Into
the depot at nearly eleven, they say.
Indian loaded ,shesl 40 eents -a
lbo, a1,- sies of shot. Imerslutk,,
p 'I' s
Become
Respectable and espeted
Judge Levine of the Cleveland Police
Court sentenced a young offender to open
a savings account the other day as a, tonic .
for moral upbuilding. r
Benjamin Franklin once gave this advice:
"Save, -young man, and become respectable
and respected. It is the surest way."
So we say: Open an account in the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK to-day andi++
make this account grow by adding toi.iti
each week or month. A bank accoun4 wl. -
help you to succeed in life, because o,. iO
feeling of security and self-respect: it will
give you. Do not- take our word for it-i"try
'it for yourself and be convinced,
FFOPCERS:
N. P. Moss. Pi rentiit.
J. G. PArkerson, vce.-Prisldent.
8. R. Parkerson, Ca shier.
F. V. Mouton, Assistant .shier. i
Joe e, Mouton, Aisistant= C.shi.
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Barn Burns.
A barn and contents belonginga
HonOra. LeBlanc, living on Wahi
ton, between Vermilion and Je!
son, caught fire Sunday night an
burned to the ground. Also the iit
en of Mrs. Leon Plonsky In the ,
was burned. The alarm was g
Z. B. Bendel and was promptly
ponded to by the departme6ntl',i
they deserve high praise -for
ready response and eseett r
for the night was col iLt 2- in-1i
morning when the fire d -caierraL
have sck a fine fire depatide
is strange that hbe balaesin d
not get together and .m'
insurance rates for this clt, fort
rates. are entirely too high
Wmi ams' viqlet and cara ,
cupa powder bag a _set
of talcum a bad i a ap
aes It a pveryi tblg
Oprpris, i Cats a s- 4 5 1
85 eonts. Mpu Pharmae, -

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