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rrves Leave. " Terminal ... ...2........4:00 a. m. 6:45 p. m. .....4.......... Terminal 1(16 a. m. .. .. 6 .... 10:30 a. m. 1:55 a. m......8........2:05 a. m. 1:20 p. m. ....10........1:25 p. m. WEST BOUND. 10:45 p. m ... 1..........Terminal Terminal .... ..3........6:50 a. m. 1:15 p. m.... 5........1:35 p. m. 2:50 a. m. .....7........3:00 a. m. 4:56 p. m. .. . 9 .... 4:40 p. m. ALEXANDRIA BRANCH. 10:10 a. m .. .. 706 .. .. Terminal er-minal ....... 705......1:40 p. m. 12:40 p. m...Mary Jane..6:00 a. m. Baton Rouge Branch 10:25 a. m ..... 805 .. .. Terminal er-minal ........810......1:45 p. m. KR OK means "hidden eye." The "near" lens is actually hidden in the "dis tnace" lens, mnaking a solid oiec of glass. No "lines;" no cement and perfect sight with the discomfort and unsightliness left out. r S. R. BIOSS AT, OPTOMETRIST, AT BIOSSAT'S JEWELRY STORE PHONE 217. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1912. Personals. Eli Spell, of Ridge, was in town yesterday and paid our' office a wel come visit. One dozen Turkish Bath soap, large cake, 40c at the Moss Phar macy. Ben Schmulenski was in town yes terday from Baton Rouge. Order coal to be delivered in Sep tember or October and save money. D. P. Upton, phone 192. Miss Hilda Bowen, of New Orleans. was a visitor to Miss May Della Triay the past week. Three extra large cakes, Rose de P sace transparent glycerine soay, Me at the Moss Pharmecy. Misses Neila and Callie Alpha re turaned home Saturday after a very pleasant and enjoyable visit to rela tives in Houston, Texas. One dozea Eldersfower toilet soap, uarge -size cake, 40c at Moss Phar my. 'Yrs. George Doerle and laughter, Miss Alus, of New Iberia, attended the wedding of her son, Mr. George B. Doerle in this city Saturday. See our variety of uselt articles sad you will find something you waat.-Iafay.te Drug Store. Miss Myra Lalanne returned '!iurs day from Washington, La.. where she speat a few days 0 If you want a good smoke buy yr cigars 'at the Lafayette Drug Store. Louis O'Btyan took in the excur sion -to Lake Charles Sunday. Regular two for 25e size Portina Cigar for 18c at the Moss Pharmacy. 31 Cubo, Crescent Special, El Val lItf, Bank Notes, 5c Arthur Special, Idol, Little Bobbles, Little Continen tI, are a few of the brands of ci grse that you will find at the Moss Phar acy. They are selling at seven fIgr 35c on Saturday's. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Alpha and little .daughter, Katherine Hazel, returnel yesterday from a two weeks visit to elatives in Houton, Teias. Buttermilk and Bensonl toilet soap, a..s eakes in a box for 10c at the mses Pharmacy Lao Bourgeois was a visitor to New a'erMa Suday. Olearael Jockeyr lub, Cologne i smast L oas Oil and Btteermlk a s also Oar laswse with wash stath thtM ases to the box, isa. ~ a. so mps awe positivel gara Stsw be ha tN.lAr le ,alu. nor a t tMe we ae senegng them at lrresabus 1hr er. Z. a<, tm bae has rtared tom ,uwhe he spet severa SMu. tbueeum who is en ,senseat a her z_ · Society. Doerle-Alli ngham. An interesting social event of the past week was the marriage Satur day morning at nine o'clock of Miss Ethel Allingham to Mr. George Doerle at the home of the bride. The house was beautifully decorated with cut 1 flowers and pot pa ,s and the cere mony was performed under a lovely E horseshoe of evergreens and white d flowers by Rev. Father Mollo.. The bride entered the parlor leaning on the arm of her father while the wed- - ding march was played by Miss Alma Doerle, sister of the groom. Mr. Al bert Toulie of New Iberia was best 4 man,. The bride was richly gowned in cream voile over satin draped with white satin roses and pearls The wedding was a quiet one, only rela tives and intimate friends being pres ent. Before the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served. The bride is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allingham and is quite popular. The groom is a prominent young business man of New Iberia. A large number of useful and valu able presents were received. The newly married couple left on No. 6 for New Iberia, which will be their future home, accompanied by Mrs. and Miss Doerle and Mr. Toulie, and were given a reception on their ar rival. New Orleans papers please copy. An enjoyable surprise party was given on the lawn at the home of Miss May Delle Triay in honor of her charming guests Misses Hilda Bowen of New Orleans and Mo!lie Goll of Bunkie, La. The lawn was beautifully decorated with ferns and Japanese lanterns. Those present were: Misses Hilda Bowen, Maude Bran nen, Mabel Brannen, Edna Henry, Bettie Arthur, Lena Falgout, Nora Cotter, Dora O'P,ryan, Anita Marie, Lillian Aligues, Effie Lindsay, Mollhe Goll, May DelleTriay,Messrs. Ed anond Delhomme, Albert Anderson, Louis O'Bryan, Louis Broussard George Hebert, Oscar Sprole, R. J. Roller, John Triay. Mr. and Mrs. Pridgen spent Sunday in Lake Charles, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Gray. We can please you in dress goods and trimmings both as to patterns and price.-Schmulen's. E. Mouilset returned Saturday from Mineral Wells, Texas, where he spent three weeks. He reports a very pleasant time and much benefit. Oreste Babin, from New Iberia, spent Saturday andSunday with his parents. Jergen's Violet Glycerine Soap, three cakes to the bo, - 20e at the Moss Pharmacy. Mr J. T. Allingham who is employ ed by the Iron Mountain, with head ~ quarters at Ferfiday, came over for the wedding of his daughter, Miss Ethel to Mr. George Doerle which d took place Saturday. e It is getting late for summer cloth ing. Call and let us show you the good values we are offering to close out our stock.-Schmulen's. Let The Advertiser print your wedding invitations. We have nice stock and do good work. Bensoin and Almond Lotion Soap, regular 15c value, our price three cakes for 25c. Moss Pharmacy. One dozen visiting cards for 25 cents, 2 dozen for 35 cents, either script or old English. Give us your order. You can depend on good service and good medicines when you have your prescriptions filled at the Lafa yette Drug Store. I- Swnkers will find exceptionally a good value in cigars at the Moss a Pharmacy. For some time they have been selling at special prices on Sat e urday's, and in this way have built 3 up a very fine cigar business. They o will continue to sell all their 5c ci gars at seven for 25c on Saturdays and have special prices on their 10c cigars. We have exceptionally good value in the following: Old Fashion Oat meal soap, Glycerine Soap, Elder. e bower Soap, large cakes, six to the k box for 50c. All these soaps are h positively Suaranteed by the Moss I. pharmacy. a For ReSt A The store buildiag now occupied by the Teeng Drug Store. Possession SgIvea August 1. Apply to Gas Schmu SFPer Rent. bouse in lnmburst Addition, has s srems, bath, sanitary eleset, a s!aae and eleetri lights. Apply to 3$ SAUL MBOUMAZDS . Il reit Oe. He Got a Chance Dillmere has a tender heart and an impressionable mind. Not only does he sorrow over troubles visible, but, being blesst 1 with an imagination, he suffers over those concealed from or dinary mortals. When it comes to reading, Dillmere, because of his tem perament, should select something soothing and mild. It was a malig nant fate that led him into the snare of the book agent who was selling "The World's Greatest Crimes" at re duced rates and in an attractive cloth binding. When Dillmere reached home that night he found his wife waiting for him. She was pointing to the opened bundle of books much as one of a re fined disposition might point at a viper or a dynamite bomb. "What on earth," she began at once, "do you mean by buying that stuff, James Dillmere? Why, if I caught Jimmy with a volume of crimes in his hand-" "You aren't going to," said Dillmere. "They are not for Jimmy's youthful intelligence. A mature mind can read without harm about deeds of vio lence--" '"That book agent must have been a good talker," said Mrs. Dillmere, grimly. "You'll have to keep those books on your closet shelf or Johnny -and I don't see, anyhow, why on earth you should want to read such things when there are so many nice books--" "I'm tired of nice books," said Dill mere recklesly. "I've had a surfeit of 1 recipes for tatting and prescriptions i for making a china cabinet out of a packing box. My mind needs stimu-I lating. Anyhow, it is a matter of edu- I cation. I am ashamed to be ignorant of what has happened in the world." After dinner Dillmere retired into the fastness of an easy chair with his books and promptly was lost to his family. "H'm!" coughed Mrs. Dillmere at last in desperation. "I looked at rLw coats for Johnny today." Silence. "H'm!" began she again. "Grace telephoned that her uncle was dead. I wonder if he left anything? She's always expected that he would." Silence. Mrs. Dillmere looked at her husband. His eyes were popping out of his head and he breathed deeply. "James," she proceeded in a conversational voice, "the bank failed today. Your father I murdered your mother. I fell down stairs and broke my neck!" "Um!" answered James vacantly. Mrs. Dillmere rose and swept the book from his hands. "Why don't you listen to me?' she E demanded. "Whew!" breathed her husband. "They were going some in the middle ages! If you didn't like a fellow you just put cold poison in his tea and if . he wouldn't drink it you choked him till he did! Nobody seemed to mind wholesale slaughter if you had money enough to awe the populace! It must' have been fierce!" .That night Mrs. Dillmere woke up to find her husband pacing the Boor. 'Somehow," he said, "I can't sleep. Ae you sure the back basement win dows are locked? I thought I beard soe o on on the basement stairs a little while ago, I don't see what is to prevent a burglbr from walking in at the open bedroom windows from the room. There! Did you hear that?" "It's that book you were reading!" declared Mrs. Dlllmere. "Go to bed!" Dillmere persisted in reading the books. Occasionally when the hor rors grew too great for him to bear alone he related them to his wife after Johnny had gone to bed. "I don't see how they earned a liv ing in those days," Dillmere said one evening. "After every fellow got through his daily stunt of poisoning a few relatives, beheading a whole vil lage, robbing cathedrals and burning up castles he naturally would not have much energy left for the milder pur suits of life." Mrs. Dillmere woke that night to find the lights turned on and Dillmere perched on a chair endeavoring to climb the wall. "James!" she shrieked. "Hush!" said James impatiently. "I'm escaping. If I get to the top of this wall and drop into the moat be low Caesar Borgia and his minions cannot find me to make me drink the poison' .They are burning up the bod ies of the people whose heads they have chopped off, but I'11 have to hurry." A little later; while he mopped the cold water from his person-for hisi wife's aim at his head with the tum-. bier of water had not been good owing to her excitement-Dillmere demand ed: "What's the use of raising such a row? Wh-what did you try to drown "Because I didn't want you to go through the roof in your pajamas," re plied his wife sternly. "James Dill mer, you've got to give those awful, disgraceful books away!" "All right," said Dillmere, shivering. "Put 'em in the ash can. Anyhow, Ive read 'em all!" Cause for Surprise. "Those men who are fighting home 1 rub in Ireland must be a queer lot to tink they'll win." . "Alant meet of 'em married meIt" II r" i I I _ _ i I - MALARIA headache, biliousness, in digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid of them, use sp Thedford's - Black-Draught the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C., says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed ford's Black-Draught, and now. I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, ai S25nt adcges. lsist on Thedforts British Consumption of Fish. It is a question whether John Bull is not more deserving of the name of fish eater than he is of beef eater, for during the past year fiash valued at $36,000,000 was landed on his shotes for food. Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reimedy is al most certain to be needed tefore the summer is over. Buy it sow nnd be prepared for such an emergency. For sale by all druggists. Lafayette Building Association ' Establibed February ua, 1900oo: Authorized Capital $1.000,000 I THE HOUR OF HAPPTNESS You can easily get.a deed for your property by placing small savings where they will do the most good. Here's the Place Where Your Savings Accumulate The savings will help you to a strong liking for our sys tem. Come and let us tell you. LAFAYETTE BULO'G ASSOCIATION "LAY'rr1a LA. FALK MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED, Undertakers Embalming. Prompt Service. Graveyard work attended to. PHONE No. 11 Chas. Borchers, TIN SMITH -AND PLUMBER. Sea m about year wek sa m.a ssMs. n tLmates eeeram r U e .asmeorae . rI..s e-rsl e a . at . e.r m..b sart s Order your coal NOW and get your cow peas and feedstuffs from J. W. Ramsey, phone 410. FOR SALE. One horse and buggy. and one Jersey cow. C. H. MASTERS. sw tf. Iron Industry in .owden. Iron has been smulit.! i- -weden for more than 2.000- years. .:.I some of l!A aclent furnaces stil' are in ex During the summer months mrwot~hers of young children should watrh for any unnatural looseness of the bow els. When given prompt atteetien at this time serious trouble may be avoid ed. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe Remedy can always be de pended upon. For sale by a:. drug gists. E. A. SCHUMACHER, The Electricianr Satisfaction Guaranteed. Agent COLUMBIA MAZDA LAMPS. Phone 533. Goodwin - Plapper Veterinary Hompital 124 Pollard Ave. New Iberia, La. Telephone 470. Equipped with the most Modern Equine Operating Table. Lafayette Wholesale Grocer , . A Full Stock of Plain alld Fancy Groceries always on :hand. Agents for the cele brated high grade flour Royal Elk Flour _---. -- -- . . .. . . PARKERSON 8 MOUTON Established in 1897 FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, TORNADO, EMPLOYES' LIABILITY AND RENT IN SU L.J FIAN CE. Also all kinds of Bonds. Ten Years' Experience, Jean Vigneaux t Undertaker. EXPERIENCED EMBALMER, Holding hcense from the State Board of Health. A complete line of coffins, funeral robes etc., kept constantly in stock. Will take entire charge of funerals, attend to grave yard work and all details. Fully equipped with hearse and everything necessary for a funeral. Prompt service given. Phone 83. WE SUPPLY YOUR WA T We also carry a nice stock of Plain Crockery, the kind to use daily. Our prices are always right. Fresh First-Class Groceri - .n a prompt and satisfactory manner as you will find it you give us your business. We make a specialty of Morgan 6 Debaillon, Phne WE ARE NOW READY To Supply You With BUILDERS' HARDWARE CARPENTERS' TOOLS FISHING TACKLE GENERAL HARDWARE BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT SUPPLIES. CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING Which we Have Added Wi Our Lw a of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, BUGGIES AND WAGONS. SEE US BEFORE BUYING. SEE US BEFORE BUYING GASOLINE EN.uS I0 & NICHOLSON CO, LTD. DR. V. M. PATUREAU. Registered Veterinarian. Residence corn«r f ( Ora:nge and Sth Sts., No. 31.; Phone 546 L.\ VAV' T. L.A. Will answer night carIs If party will come get me. Voorhlies 8 Fournet ATTORNEYS-AT-. :W Notary in Office Office 114 Vermilion St., next to new Post Oice site. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. WE DO Cleaning and Pressing. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Phone ::Il. We also take orders for Suits and Pants. Let us show you our samples. Leon Delhomme. ALEI. 6. BROUSSARD, Contractor and Builder. Etimates Furnished on All Kinds of Work. PHONE 414. P. O. BOX 854.