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4. Why do school children with
good sight, require glases?
A. Mainly to rest the eyes.
The eyes does not obtain its growth
until the child is about the are of
twelve.
The growing eye is taxed beyond
its strength; the proper glasses rest
gad preserve the eyes.
Q. Why do children squint?
A. By squinting or frowning the
muasles in the eye are relieved of
strain; this is nature's way. Study.
glasses relieve this strain, and thus
prevent squint.
Q. Why do children have eye head.
A. Ar, eye headache is a reflex pain
caused by straining the eyes; the pain
may be over the eyes or through the
temples. The remedy for eye head
ashes is relief glasses, to be worn
while studying.
S. R. BIOSSAT,
AT WIOMSAT'S JEWELRY STORU
PRONE 2IT.
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912.
Persona s.
The stok Paid a vist to the home
of Mr. sad MmY Edwin Moutom on
Wedqadey nsight sad kit them a
!M baby girL
COQWI , ay, con oats and
.rte ed'intua J. W.
Ii~nsey, }Wm. 410.
OIrsI cldam mess Proprsty In e
dts -for Slsatatles In Mississippi
if o deataa If Iauadatad by presn
t high waste, mates no dtemoce.
R lR noose. 100 . Washingtoa St.,
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04 it Stt P. o. nmsmwi
A~s IN. the Binuary Wial Coat
.. r º I.t Denbo& Nilhuiioa Co.,
lS R*o,,,51s Somalir,, o iiott, paid
roar sber a welos i.It Tuesday.
T <u laws omesm are the best
? tst. . n * Is hesoma Co., Ltd.
V OW Wit uiiqStad band mourn.
M ea.v sad can good weed . Owe for
~ %l.l at a barwis. -Y 0. Brord t
F .'m, IL..a 8,Tresvat, of New Or
As On" her sster. . N.
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Society]
Wednesday evening Miss Rhena
Boudreaux entertained a number of
friendb at a miscellaneous shower
for Miss Hazel Larrabee and Mr.
Cunningham. The pretty lawn was
made so attractive with comfortable
chairs, benches and cozy corners
with just room enough for two and
with numerous lighted Chinese lan
terns strung all around the yard.
Upon arriving the guests were wel
comed by Miss Rhena Boudreaux and
escorted to the punch bowl by Miss
Griffn, who saw that everyone was
served to this delicious beverage.
The porch musical rendered by some
of Lafayette's favorite musicians, ad
ded greatly to the pleasure of the oc
casion. While Mrs. Montgomery
played the familiar wedding march
Miss Rhena Boudreaux escorted Miss
Hazel Larrabee to a corner of the
lawn, where Mr. Cunningham stood
near the hay stack, waiting for the
bride-to-be, whom he presented with
a hay rake, with which she pulled
many beautiful gifts out of this hay
staek. At the conclusion the hosteds
presented each gentleman with fve
red hearts and told the girls to see
how many hearts could be captured
by taking one every time a gentle
man answered her yes or no. When
the ten minutes were up it was
found that Mrs. Wm. Montgomery
had captured the greatest number of
hearth, and she was presented with
the beautiful parasol. While pretty
music was being played on the piano
the young folks enjoyed a number of
waltses. After which the gentlemen
were asked to take part in the heart
contest. Mr. Montgomery was suc
cessfutal in piercing the large red
heart clear through with his arrow
and was presented with a box of.
handkerchiefs in reward of his skill.
Delicious refreshments were served
and at a late hour the young folks
bade their fair hostess good night,
expressing much delight at being
present on this occasion. Those in
attendance were Misses Hazel Larra
bee, Clark of Georgia, Alice Moss,
Stella Roy, Quintilla Morgan, Griffin,
Nelkin, Hull, Willams, Lacour, Isa
belle Mouton, Elece Shackford, Mil
dred and Fern Larrabee, Daigre of
New Iberia, Sarah Ann Mouton,
Messrs. Daigre, Debaillon, Kelly,
Soulier, Biossat, Wilson Peck, Wil
son Andes, J. A. Anders, Fields, L.
D. Nickerson, 8ontag, Robt. Mouton,
Patric Mouton, Claude Beadreaux.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Waltt, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Montgomery, Dr. and Mrs.
L. O. Clark, Mrs. W. J. Avery, of
WinaSeld.
Forty-two Club.
A most enjoyable meetaing of the
V.rty-two Club was held Tuesday at
ternoon with Mrs. C. J. MeNaspy as
hostess, at the "t. Charles." The
meats was ssetld to ceer by the
besteo reesestlmS each lady with a
pretty lyr iard to keep score of
the at interesatlag gases played.
The r.st press, a' beautiful cut lass
mastaro dish, was won by Mrs. A.
Woodsoa. The coa.ation was cat
for by each oea present and Mrs.
Lee was fortunate enoua to win the
much admired mayemalse boat. Af
ter which the hostess served a delic
leas lrnahes.. The guests were
Massa be, Psrila Arab, Dere"Q
and 8. McNaspy.
While the neet moseyed sad 1
dmitrlal emablastlss of the preses
day, koews as "trusts" are quite mod
a -salr, It Is true that the troW
idea is almost as old as hMitory. Us
der the oReman r plre and eyes
away bak amo~ the peoples a
Pivt sad the other eastern atlosa
we lad the srs, at least, of the
modes trust. The fuadamental it
attae bottem o the dostris of the
peest dayb trust Is that of the ae
pleltati of the manr by the few, am
It was .agalst seeh a Idea that the
Oraceh I tosme. in s t,~all as
deart history Is tle mere than the
s at the ew eonblesa for powo
sme wealth aganst the aa, ass
taIst . a ta .e twtr of tedQi
Pswer at a Word.
Sslýga wered was often sadileat
firTasyanesds to maken his enest
retoet. When a hypoebeaduac, who
ed usaterdemy led a pradigate fets,
esa l aed a to the iomatlst that
e waes derlsgt the tortures of he
iou ae simply anmwered, "Al.
at woman who bad lest her hue
and 'rea isad rbe ae ed dsst a
atter temidelmase in two weed.
oh. aemlt"
is les a a pear the usaer bad
rFa A aau te te. his letter of
Order your coal now to be de
livered in July and September.
You'll save money by it. J. W.
Ramsey, phone 410.
Constable Sale.
Lafayette, Parish, La. May 16, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that I have
impounded at my office in Carencro,
in the sixth ward of Lafayette Parish,
a blue Creole mule about 10 years old,
which was roaming at large and im
pounded by me under the ordinances
of the Police Jury; that the owner
thereof should come forward, prove
his ownership and pay all costs, or
in default thereof I shall sell said
mule at public auction at my said of
fice in said ward on SATURDAY,
JUNE 1st, 1912, between the hours of
11 a. m. and 4 p. m., as provided by
said ordinances, and out of the pro
ceeds shall retain my fee and all
costs, and the remainder, if any, shall
deposit in the treasury of the Police
Jury.
Witness my official signature at
Lafayette parish, Louisiana, this 16th
day of May, A. D., 1912.
ALCEE DUGAS,
Constable Sixth Ward, Lafayette Par
ish, Louisiana.
And if you want to smoke, Just
make a mote of the fact that we have
the right goods to smoke at the right
riees.-Ls~ayette Druag Store.
Lame back is usually causal by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by all druggists.
H. P. BEELER,
., . DENTIST.
OIPia: On ver Mesa. ims, Sam
cAPFAYWnI1, - WULIAma.
oHAS. D. CAI'FF Y,
ATEORNEY-AT-LAW am
_m&aAZb rU .I.Au.
OIns o MsaIissa S.. L.ahs1 sa.
FALK MERCANTILE CO.,
LIMITED,
Undertakers
Embalming. Prompt Service.
Graveyard work attended to.
PHONE No. 11
Stenography
Bookeekping
Types'riting
Telegraphy
All for four dollars
Which is an aveuage of
One Dollar Each. In feet,
you will also get English.
mathematis, pen nm m n
ship, gymnastics. military
drill-and the fine enthusi
asm of school life at one
of our areat State institu
tions of learning. JWhy
spend $100 somewhere, or
somewhere else, or
0300 in some other State ,
for these things, when
YOUR OWN STATE
provides them for you
Free! Free! Free!
lAnd, beside that,our reg
ular academic-industris'
course will give you the
foundation for your later
college and professional
courses, whether you wish
to become a lawyer, doo
tor, teacher, chemist, me
chanical or electrical en
gineer, or anything else.
¶Send for a Special Circu
lar, Commercial Depart.
ment. And for particulars
write to E L. STEPHENS,
Presiden
Southwestern
Louisiana
Industrial
Institute
Increse Your
Business
Pht " TNLPRNONU fa
'eas.t aumeas ltme
M fr lueie am woe
eesm It mbias Ibs
pme smmiumes s ae s
Surmbnrland
WENT HURRIEDLY ON HIS WA)
Daring Man Threw Metaphorica
Brick Into Assemblage and Didn't
Wait for Effects.
"Shall we not carry on this figh
until we have mere man reduced to a
hemipode?" said the suffragette ora
tor.
"We shall. But what is a hemi
pode, anyway?" spoke up one of the
assemblage.
"The black-necked hemipode is a
bird about the size of a sparrow tha"
lives in Madagascar. A friend our
there sent me a pair of -them. The
male hemipode alone sits on the nest
of eggs and hatches the young ant
takes care of them until grown up,
the )rator explained.
"Wouldn't that be lovely?" exclaim
ed one of the audience.
"There are birds down in Soutt
America called groove-billed arla
They build a large communal nest of
sticks, and several females sit on the
eggs in company, so that their con
versation need not stop because ol
hatching. I'd like to have a vote as t
which is the more popular," said s
daring man near the door.
But he didn't wait for a votn-Nem
York San.
ECZEMA? TRY ZEMO.
Yes, try Zemo. That's all you
ne.A do to get rid of worst case
oi eczema. You take n. chance,
it is no experiment. Zerno is
positively guaranteed to stop
itching, rash; raw, bleeding ecze
ma, make a pimple face smooth
and clean. Zemo is a wonder
and the minute applied it sinks
in, vanishes, leaves no evidence
doesn't stick, no grease, just a
pure, clean, wonderful liquid and
it cures. This is guaranteed. Try
one 25 cent bottle and be con
vinced. Owl Drug Store.
For Sale.
A block of stock of the Con
sumers Cold Storage and Can
ning Co., in lots to suit pur
chaser. Address P. O. Box 331.
E. L. Bertrand,
Electrl cat Contraoctor.
Work Guaranteed-Prices Reas
onable. Next to Wells Fargo
Up town Express Office.
MOUTON & ARCENEAUX
CARENCRO, LA.
We are prepared for putting down
deep wells, mad we guarantee our
wells.
E. A. SCHUMACHER,
The Electrlclan
Satisfacton Ouaranteed.
' COLUMBIA MAZDA LAMPS
Phone 568.
Goodwin - Plapper
Veterine-y Hospital
124 Pollard Ave. New Iberia, La.
Telephone 470.
Equipped*with the most Modern
Equine Operating Table.
Lafayette
Building Association
Established Febreary 32, 90oo:
Authorized Capital $1.000,000
THE HOUR OF HAPPINE88
You caneasily get a deed for
your property ,by placing
small swings where they
will de the most good.
Here's the Place Where Year
Savnls Acamulate
The savings rill belp you to
a tr liklg for our sys
term. O ad let s tell
you.
s.s M
Subscribe for The Advertiser.
To the Democrats of the Third Con
gresaional District.
I announce my candidacy for Con
gress to succeed the Hon. R. F.
Broussard for the term beginning
March, 1913. I favor governmental
protection of the agricultural inter
ests of Louisiana as the long estab
lished policy of this country, and I
am opposed to the movement which
threatens the great sugar industry of
our State. I favor the development
to the fullest extent of our match
less waterways.
HENRI GUEYDAN.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeing.
State of Louisiana, Lafayette
Parish.-Notice is hereby given
that on Saturday, the 1st day of
June, 1912, at the office of the
V'Ville Oil Co., Ltd., Lafa
yette Lafayette Parish, La., there
will be held a meeting of the
stock holders of the company for
the purpose of deciding whether
or not to -increase the capital
stock of this corporaion from
twenty-five thousand (25,000)
dollars to thirty thousand ($30,
DR. V. M. PATUREAU.
Registered Veterinarlas.
Residence corner of Orange
and 8th Sts., No. 318.
Phone 544 LAFAYETTE, LA.
Will answer night calls if party
will come get me.
Lafayette Wholesale Grocer Co,, Ltd,
A Pull Stock of Plain and
Fanicy Groceries
always onl;hand. Agents for the cele
brated high grade flour
Royal Elk Flour
PARKERSON 8 MOUTON
Established in 1897.
FIRE LIFE, ACCIDET, TO, TOR , EPLES' LIABILITY AND RENT
INSU RANCE.
Also all kinds of Bonds. Tie Years' Ezpermes
Jean Vigneaux
Undertaker.
EXLP R CED EMBALMER,
Holding beense from the State Board of Health. A complete
line of coffins, funeral robes etc., keptconstantly in stock. Will
take entire charge of funerals, attend to grave yard work and al
details. Fully equipped with hearse and everything necessary for
a funeral. Prompt service given. Phone 88.
WE SUPPLY YOUR W,
We also carry a nice stock e Psmb Orasewy, the klad to
use daily. Our prices are alwa·r right.
Fresh First-Class Groceri m
'.n a prompt and satisfactory msaner as you will ad It
you give, us your business. We make a specialty of
Morgan & Debalilon, Phone
WE ARE NOW READY
To Supply You With
UILDERS' HARDWARE
CARPENTERS TOOLS
FISHING TACKLE
GENERAL NARDWAaRE
BLACKSMITH AND WMNEELWRS.T StPPLIES.
CORRUGATES IRON UNSgg
Which we Have Adies bON Line of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
BUGGIES AND WAGS.
SEE us sEPoR SUN ISe .
SEE US BEFOE SEYinG
GASOUNt S . . SMinS T D
oEt Y~~'COt LT ,
000) dollars.
C. 14. SMITH,
L. F. BENCKENSTEIN,
W. D. GORDI)ON,
C. H. BENCKPINSTEIN,
L. SNEED,
4-23-1mo. Board of Dircctors.
Felix Voorhies Ed. G. Voorhies J. J. Feurn e
Voorhles 6 Fournet
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Notary in Office
OUee 114 Vermilion SLt.. next to aew
Poet Oeo msite.
LAPAYETTE, LOUISIANA.
WE DO
Cleaning and Pressing.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Phone 354.
We also take orders for
Suits and Pants. Let us
show you our samples.
Leon Delhomme.
ALEX. 6. BROUSSARD,
Centractor and Builder.
uma Puralshed om All ldm
ot Work.
PRONB 414. P. O. BOX 84s

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