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and Friday by 4 41 ALPHA, - Proprietors. 1.00 a Year, Payable l. Advance. as second class matter Sept. * at the Postomce at Latayette, munder the Act of Congress of 3. 1897. UESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1911. . LET ALL HELP. k It : is the purpose of the recently or :City Board of Health to en Sthe State sanitary laws. lIn this laudable undertaking they ioul.d receive the hearty and willing pp/ort of the public as the object is ntirely for ( benflet of the public `ealth. 7'There are a great many diseases !bich are preventable by using In precautions and having this it would seem that every e woud'be glad .to be instructed ~a wildinly carry out recommenda Sthat have been tried and prov Sto prevent diseases. htrouble and expense to do this great and when compared with savg>q n doctor bills and suffer Sbe considered. fi carry out the rec for prevention of dias h y, we would soon rea. what a beneft it is to the com and keepig ; up precautions become a axem purpose with - -a h o`the Botard of Heath st papers by the Ken aalnst betting. It may bhe 7 a cloak for bribery; and at t i. an attempt to sway ut of the voter away from is eminently correct. The , should pass a strin --_. againht betting on elections. aii; receipt of the information Iberia that the Michel that town was not only a b a heavy freeze. Thbe ý would not bother them sqite their time to bear statesman, who has in vtly "in the prosperity Sbut one good thing, and :not made a grab for Sots Blenche bay. 6yernor N. C. Blanchard of e ablest and strongest setfop forpes for good " L bdens.spprter :r it* governorship, given o ti New t he aday. expressed Wedousday jigbt ' &n 1to n gtl i before. '1' 3rhel ATE ,,: x. " ' ! Unit Play :mo.. Presentl E Y RIN NE YORK EY. a rmo or N lit, u'y'" ".ý ý'ý ý'if '- a c «C'v`,-." ~eý; year ,, Stiff Neck Relieved For any stiffness or lameness Sloan's Liniment gives relief at once. It acts like massage quickens the blood and limbers up lame muscles and joints. When applied immediately af ter violent exercise it prevents stiffness. Here's Proof "I am using your liniment for stiffness. I have bought two bot tles of it and it is the best I ever saw." Mrs.MARY CURRY, Milltown,Ga. " I had a severe pain between my shoulders, and noticing your ad vertisement in the street cars I got a bottle which quickly relieved me." R. D. BURGOYNE, Maysville, Ky. SLOAN'S UN~~IMENT is es a ceiient atseptic remedy for sore throat, cuts and bruises. Very peaatrgisng--~ oi· '-o rtnbbing. Sold by all dealers. Price 25C., SOc. and $1.00. Sloan's book on Hornes, Castle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address DR. EARI.L S A NSAIN, OWO ASS. for deep and effectual interment. Monroe Independent. Take Care of the Birds. Sometimes you see a boy or even a man out with his gun killing birds as fast as they appear. This should be stopped. Some birds are the friend of the farmer and should be t protected. Their greatest work is to r destroy insects. 1 The boys in the family may do a great good by building bird houses a about the barn, house and shade trees. The houses should be kept out of reach of cats and dogs. Give each room 6 inches of floor space and make it 8 inches high. A single op I ening near the top 2 inches in diam I eter should be made for large birds; I but for small birds such as the wren Sa 1-inch door will do. - When I was a small boy I would r trap and kill birds, but I know bet ter now, and wish I had known be fore now. I I have built a great many bird houses this year and put up about the farm. And the birds built nests in them, too. I used old bcards or planks. If birds felt that man was a friend and not a foe, they would often turn `to him for' protection. Think of the storms, winds and rains, would you like 'to have to stay out in them as the birds 'do sometimes? Think of it. The bird is the friend of the farmer. We can not have too many birds. They> should be encouraged andx protested. They should :be sup plied with helter and. water.--Alon so McKEy,. in The Progressive Far Mrs. McRee Allowed Bail. SZ. Runge M4k `whose trial :i kilhig oft Alllen Gaaind d in peulousas September.21, resulited.4i .hutnºury, was admitted to bail in The signers .of Mrs. McRee's boan, .tere nd rew Moresl, F. L. Sandoz,; Sw James M. Sanders. by her attorney ohn_ W.tihat shte. bne d been; a w ept for his constiruction camp 20 miles west of B noa nt .(.e): on the Frisco ýxsroad.. Constable Sale. Jesse Boudreaux vs. Erneste Bourque 2nd Justice's Court, Lafayette parish, La., No. 171. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a writ of fleri facias by the Honorable Alfred D. Breaux, Justice of the Peace of said ward and parish and State, in favor of Jesse Boud reaux and against Erneste Bourque, and to me directed, I will sell be tween legal hours, at the 'office of said judge, and for cash, on Saturday, Nov. 18, 1911, the following property to-wit: One cow and three heifers, to sat isfy said judgment and costs. ALFRED BONIN, Second Ward Constable. Advertise in The Twice-a-week Advertiser. We Have Made A SPECIAL STUDY OF AUTO Tire Repairing AND VULCANIZING Consequently WE KNOW HOW All those we do work for, say so. WE SELLDIAIOUD TIRES No need to tell you about them you know what S .they. are. * afayette Tire Shop, A. J Bonnet. Proprietor Phobe 216, LAFAYETTE, La. Felix Voorhies Ed. G. Voorhies J. J. Fournet Voorhites 6 Fourinet ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW Notary in Office Ofice 114 Vermilion St., next to new Post Office site. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. Sheriff's sale. Chas. D. Caffery vs. Wm. C. Rand 18th Judicial District Court, of Lou isiana, parish of Lafayette, Np. 5104. By virtue of a writ of fieri facias is sued out of the Hon. 18th Judicial District Court in and for the parish of Lafayete, Louisiana, in the above entitled and numbered cause, bear ing date of Oct. 31, 1911, I have seiz ed and taken into my possession and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder at the front door of the court house at La fayette, La., between legal sale hours on Saturday, Dec. 9, 1911, without appraisement, for cash to sat isfy judgment and costs in the above entitled and numbered cause, the following described property, to-wit: One certain lot of ground situated iu the Mouton addition in the town of Lafayette, La., being lot number two hundred and sixty-two of said eldition, measuring fifty feet fronton Garfield street by the depth of nine ty-five feet, in parallel lines, and is bounded north by Garfield street, south by lot number two hundred and forty-eight, and east by lot number property of Mrs. R. Rand, and west by lot number two hundrel and sixty-one. LOUIS LACOSTE, Sheriff Lafayette Parish. Nov. 7, 191L CLASSIFIED COLUMN. For Rent-Cottage with Afve rooms. e hall, galleries and large yard, on Mon roe St., near Hopkins ave. Apply to Dr. T. B. Hopkins. e Notice. The undersigned have formed a h co-partnership for the practice of . law under the firm name of Kennedy & Mouton. JOHN L. KENNEDY, f JEROME MOUTON. FOR SALE-A good gentle family mare, guaranteed. Apply to Felix Authement, Lafayette, La. 10-31-4t. Lost. Lost last Sunday from Coonville a three year old mare blackish brown k color, with small white spot in fore head, mane cut in front, shod on front feet. When she trots scrapes back feet on ground, wire cut marks on right hind leg. Finder please noti fy Louis Butcher or Gaston Guidry, Mouton Switch. 11-34t. For Sale or Rent. Splendid business location, suitable . for a store and residence, known as the Peres property in Scott, La. J. J. Mouton Real Estate Agency. ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Voters of the Parish of Lafa yette, La. I hereby announce my candidacy as a member of the next Hodse of Rep resentatives, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary' to be held next January,' Respectfully, CLAUDE F. LATIOLAIS. For Assessor.; I hereby announce myself a can didate for Assessor,' ubject to the Democratic primary to 'be held about next January. HECTOR PREJEAN. For Coroner. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of coroner of the parish of Lafayette, subject to the Democratic primaries to be held in the early part of 1912. I am an in dependent candidate, have made no promise to or affiliated with any man or set of men. L. O. CLARK. ,. D. For The Legislature. Lafayette, La., July 3rd, 1911. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Legislature from Lafayette Par ish on the Good Government League platform, subject to the Democratic primary and solicit the support of all Democrats. I ,take this stand be cause I realse that Judge Hall, though elected governor, will be powerless to give the people the reforms to which he is committed unless he is supported by a Legislature in sympea thy with him. J. J. FORNBE. CHAS. BORCHERS Tinsmith and Plumber. Manilpsleatotr.. See me about your work and save money. Essast se: hbeerfully given 'and honorable prices ch ar e. ALL WORK OUARANTB . Country Odiers Takes. ; Frt J 'squ sraP n E New Samples Fall and Winter Suit and Pants Goods received. Call and let us show you the new styles and fabrics. We do CLEANING and PRESS. ING. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Leon Delhomme. Phone 354. DR. V. M. PATUREAU. Registered Veterinarian. Residence corner of Orange and 8th Sts., No. 318. Phone 546 LAFAYETTE, LA. Will answer night calls if party will come get me. FALK MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED, Undertakers Embalming. Prompt Service. Graveyard work attended to. PHONE No. 11. LOOKING FOR LUMBER?. It for all kinds in the bet ter grades, your search need go no farther than our yards, where you will find the best seasoned timber for all purposes. All the standard woods for build era' and carpenters' use. Cut to desired lengths, as .ooKfn well as sash, door, trim, mouldings, columns, etc. You will find it a money saving proposition to buy all your lumber here all the year round. A. E. MOUTON. Phone No 4., Lafayette, La. MERCH ANTS' GROCER Co, Ltd. LAFAYETTE, LA. Sr:r i"A'; L: , Staple and Fancy Groceries. Flour, Meat, Salt. Wooden ware. Grain and Feed Stuff. Brick .office and Warehouse on Main Line of Southern Pacific Railroad enables us to' make prompt shipments to all railroad points. Free local de livery. Delivery by wagon to neighboring towns We Solicit Business on the Basis of Standard .Joods at LOWEST RULING PRICES Felix Demanade, Pres. and Mgr. J, R. Jeanmard, Vice-Presidenc. L asaren t P etterin , S uc. ard T'I1# 1 .. WE ARE NIW READY To Supply You With BUILDERS' HARDWARE CARPENTERS' TOOLS FISHING TACKLE GENERAL HARDWARE BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIG HT SPPLIES. CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING Whleb we Haane Added to our e of . FARMINGs IMPLEvrMef, BUGGIES AND WAGONS, SEE' US( B3EFOREK 3kING_ SE US BS.PORE . " BUYING o~eounsasgap.a uOOU) SERVICE is what you always get at -The 60S.ta SHMI113 ?111l HOT ANT COLD BATHS DON'T FORGET We still do Bycycle repairing and handle all kinds of Bycycle ;upplies in connection with our ALUTOMWOBILE TIRE RE PAIRNG DEPT. THE AFAYETTE TIRE SHOP, A. J. BONNET, Prop. Phone 216. Lafayette, La. H. P. BEELER, A DENTIST. OFFICE: Over Mouton isltersV' Sts. CAFAYJ-ITE. - iA)UlSLAJA. CHAS. D. CAFFIRT,. ATIORNEY-AT-LAW aMi irsa·ni rUsL~U. O-o-ns Maimm IS., IfyeMa A& MT. CARMEL CONVENT, LAFATETTE, LA. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL A FPll course in French and h glish. Pupils of every denomlnatium admitted.