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The Lafayette advertiser. [volume] (Vermilionville [i.e. Lafayette], La.) 1865-19??, November 07, 1913, Image 3

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,lovia 1r No. Leave
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.:3) . ma,.....10...... 1:26 p. m.
1:B a e....... ....... 1:07 a. m.
waer MUND.
,rlves --No. Leaves
*:n .p. m...... 1....... -4ri.dIm
lidial ·-.. . .. ...... 4: a. m.
't:1 p. mI....... 1...... 1:40 p. m.
.lW ;. i ,..... ...... : m.
,:,5 p. ...... ...... 4.- p. m.
51? ... .1 ..am........ i - II.
Lb. 11 eret ¶asws ¶weaa 5:06
....p. In aps 5:10 p. m.
p. v .,2. h s :3$ . m.
At.IUr*NORlA *RANIO.
"Arrils Is Leaves
:1s a. a. .....sV0i...... .emdiibl
1'- radely .........1......1:40 p. a.
3:0 p. ....ay ter...':" a m.
:5 a. m.ove eiTthma.
..N .e o. ve.
ha'. . I. ......ieI ........-ib-aai
i .. .....10o......1:4 p. m.
To. Leaves.
- 14 a. ei.. 307
a:5 p. m.
pJi1 so. V ';21a,.
iS l .i .. FW. P l etwi~rned boemo on
153esd from . A 'plet Tviait to
'," ' dues InL WeI~h.
r (·ton has 'ust reeivea car of
7 ""peat bran; ad shorts and
>4taE 0. M~cenea1,z of near
j +mýrO paid our oice a welcome
~ ~ Wl,4for any "nturfor or
r*~t W f(id a wtnot Atur
' vwM r' Sold by enbo -&
+ -Wt~R ýrno for
'1o pila°feW Pys. with
- a# " #o Satilt Par
4dtY
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y ý sa ý
Mryý.,
1R" 3 t~
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. 41.;
Society]
Auction Bridge Club.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ashby
Woodson was hostess of the Auction
Bridge Club and all present had a
delightful time. All members were
on time, but before commencing the
,games .the application for member
ship of Mrs. H. Ware and Mrs. Sid
ney Mouton were voted upon and
they were unanimously elected mem
beus. Sour .interesting games were
then .played. Mrs. LeRosen scored
highest, therefore received the first
prize, a pretty cupid picture, and Mrs.
Jagou the consolation, a pair of silk
hose. The hostess was then assisted
by Mrs. Marshall in serving a de
licious luncheon. The members were
glad to iave '.Mrs. H. Jagou present
as a nqw member. The guests ,of the
afternoon were Mmes. F. E. Girard
Carnes, J. A. Martin, .and .Miss .Marie
<Gueydan.
Sa.aptist Milsionar5 Society.
Tuesday afternoon the Baptist .Mis
iaonary Society met .at ;the church
with :a very good attendance. The
meeting was called to order by Mrs.
rU )lheading n Pi ;ayer and t: -toed
deal of new business was discussed.
It was deetiled to hold a .'"ork meet
r next week on account of having
so anany orders for aprons and com
s, ,and the members are -anxious
to make and deliver these garments
as sbon as possible.
The missionary lesson was post-,
poned on account of the new books
having not yet arrived.
The next business meeting will be.
held at the church Nov. 18, and all
members are urged to attend as the
annual electlon of ofcers will be'
held.
shberiffs Sale.
Ambrofse Begnaud vs. J. Onezippe
Traia, 18th Ju7dield District
Court ;of Louisiana, Parish of
ltafayette, No 5373.
By virtue :of a wt of sesizure nd
ple ,ssuied ofut of the Hon. 18th Judi
talDistrict Court in adii for the par
ish. of Lafayette, Isa; mn the above pn
itted and nunbeted cause, bearing
aeof Nov. 5, 19138, I have seized
4 taken into -my possession and
will sell at public auction to the last
aid thigest bidder, for cash, in saitis
!actiol a£Qkdgmfet and costs in said
4anse at the iroat loor of the court
fy Ltte, La., between le
gai sale ,bolous on
SSetwd'ay, Dec. 20, 113,
,te d " itroin ribed': property, to
Onie ti trae: ct of land, situated
i the paish of Iafayette,, LouIsiana,
tdgethor with all the improvements=
thereon, contahning fifty-six arpents;
ioi north by Iata of Alcee pu-.
j t biiy and: of heirs of Win.
past 7,lag ofestate 4of
e r , -and wtiest by private
roadn bpiathng aif f Mris. FVai
nie4 ?r' and ithers.
LOI IAQO0TE,
e,8tt ofr ette Parisih.
AN UNOCE NEW I1ETER PRICE
Co incil. have' inoced.
a ve de
r iii. tnstalle, at a
*w2iieg bld
#Of toro io iii eOV lt;Io thems
9l AILkeep the $1O.,
°h 8 %a7 for ' ht and cost
'ho not purchasing
~eto o a be wurnished one at a
5 'SOnts a montb as at
yae
9a ti w f r ý
None "Just as good!"
Nothing "Just the Same!"
Look for the name French Market Coffee and the picture of
the old market that is on every package of French Market Coffee,
roasted by the French Market Mills if you want the genuine.
If you can be satisfied with an imitation take the brand as
near like it as the law allows, for both in name and appearance
of package French Market Coffee has been imitated for over a
century. But it won't be just as good, and it isn't just the samel
There is only one FRENGH MARKET COFFEE.
Ask for FRENCH MARKET by name. See that you are
given FRENCH MARKET and not ordinary coffee or inferior
substitutes sold at the same price.
You'll know-after you try it-why this rarely delicious old
French roast mAd blend has been famous for over a hundred years.
Why there can be no other like it.
Roasted our unique hygienic process.
FREICH MARKET MILLS
(Uw ONrlMaM CSheeeC., Ii.. ?rriGshe)
NLW OQRLEANS
DIRtCTIONS-We reoommead
gthat you .ake French Market Coffee ln
your usual way. I yon fandit too strong.
sednce quantity untl streth and svoe
are satisfactory. French Market makes
more cups of good coffee to the pound
than other brands, threby reducteg
S " your coffee bill.
Judge Parkerson Dead.
Judge James Godfrey Parkerson
died at his home in this city Wednes
day at 4:40 p. m., aged 84 years and
14 days. He was born in St Maly
parish Oct. 22 1829, living there un
til about the year 1880, when he mov
ed to this city. He served thirty
years as recorder of St. Mary parish.
At the outbreak of the Civil war he
joined the St. Mary canoneers, after
wards serving as quartermaster of
the Second Louisiana Cavalry. Judge
Parkerson was an active business
man. He secured the right of way for
the M. L. & T. R. R through Louis!
ana into Texas and for many years
held the position of General Agent of
this railroad with headquarters at
Lafayette. At the time of his death
he was general agent for the Pacific
Improvement Co., a company allied
with the Southern Pacific, vice-presi
dent of the First National Bank of this
city and-a director, of the Peoples
Cotton Oil Co. Judge Parkerson was
a progressive citizen and was highly
esteemed by a large number of
friends who knew his admirable qual
itjes of head aid, heart. He was mar
tied twice, the first time to Miss El
nora .,ehr. The issue of this -piar
riage- was John R. Parkerson, now of
Baton Rouge. His second wife was
Miss Elizabeth Hall Stirling, who
died in 1903. The children of this
marriage were: W. S. Parkerson of
New Qrleans; Mrs. D.. L. Caffery, of
Lake Cliaries, Mrs. C. D. Gaftery, Mrs.
E~.pie P. Mills, Mrs. N. P. Moss, S. R.
Partikerson, C.. "M. Parkerson -and
Jamis G. Parkerson, Jr., the latter
. services, which were large
latteaded, were held at the Episeo
nal cbhrch esterday at 4 p. m. Ini
teranent in the- Protestant cemetery.
#q. A4svUxilIary Dance.
The sato azExiilaiy, B; of R.tbi
wills tve a dance on Thanksgtiving
ve," Wednesdty, Nov. 26, at Ben mir
Rome, aed evrybody is invited. Ad
t&1 so " . cents.
Ret)"°Ettate Tradnsfers.
1. B. Bebdel an td Mrs. Thi1k to $r
4tdPi u tibounf, lot in Moutn$i ad
49 )Vatr in 5,soi0-t FRAil A. Chi
ap . Ilot, and Improvements In
Glrtrdsidditon,42600.
'lit- endnistoObhe lfMiitre, 27 ur
of id and'improvebments, tt
`Bo det ala., .wo:fge
5 arpta sof land, $300.
iW LOuthoA to Job. Martin, 1 leot
1n Ztpettt sad Improvementst $8.
SD awho4eWs near Las-.
tt-Ms d this seaesontk imn
tend quantitr tfthe new :protct ,of
thesou th .knowt a te Dasheen.
;kixe= is.ý s te 'for atbe
#tfl1et theap, *lerpa ofAb
y x<`
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F~t fiey i . t *<
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
INSTALL OFFICERS.
The following officers of Lafayette
Council, Knights of Columbus, were
installed by District Deputy John M.
'Presscott of Washington, La.: F. V.
Mouton, grand knight; J. E. Poche,
deputy grand knight; Joseph A.. La
coste, chancellor; J. J. Fournet, finan
cial secretary; Dr. Paul Salles, war
den; C. J. McNuspy, recorder; F. I.
Mouton, treasurer; J. G. St. Julien,
lecturer; John O. Mouton, advocate;
Frits Jansen, trustee.
Rats Fought for Comrade.
Rats defended a comrade at Hun
gerford. near London. England, on a
recent night. An engineer at the Hun
gerford outfall works of the London
Sewage system struck a large rat
when making his rounds. Immediately
scores of rats appeared and attacked
the mnan fiercely, tearing at his trou
sers. Taking to his heels, the man
was pursued by the animals for sev
eral hundred yards.
.ubscribe for The Advertiser
TEN ARPENTS OF LAND WITH
IMPROVEMENTS, ADJOINING THE
CORPORATION LIMITS.
APPLY TO
Alfred Kebert
LAFAYETTE, LA.
Ul-74tF.
AIS E - THI MPS
:Reitedure Nrse
Pbhone 108 P. O. Bo No. 8m
S AFAYETTE, .:.A.
WHITING'S -ITIAL .BOX PAPER
Post paid 50,.
tNIntIAL CRESPONDECE C~IDS
Post paid 50c.
JACOBS SPeCIAL SELF-FILLEI~f
fOUbNTAIN PEN
Post'paid $1.50.
PERFECTIO NUT CRACKER
Post paid $1.00
" den oak Four
Secti6onl 'BOk µV
:Fremgit paid $12.60
.6i - :Bibles Gamres
SofInoiARIEd TOY -
t rslbPc
land ll M Ordrs t
Lafavette
Building Association
Established February 2,1900oo:
Authorized Capital $1000,000
THE HOUR. OF HAPPINESS
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 B1ULD'6ASSOCIATION
COAL WOOD
(eo. A. DeBlanc,
Office and Yard Near Depot.
Telephonse 69.:
DR. V. :M. PATUREAU.
Registered Veterinarian
Residence corner of Orange
and 8th Sts., No. 318.
?hone 546. LAFAYETTE, La.
W ill answer night calls if party
will come get me.
,ODRESCY I. BROUSSARD
Paaiter, Paper Hanger
and Decorator.
Orders Solicited. Estimates Furnished.
.hone Rodolrh EerLasd tLC. P. C. Lex 430.
OGGASIlNLLY YQU fl M
For Cash 4
e qoffer e1E state
shta. is ...
n LongEas Eiitems
READ W"A, WE HAVE TO OPI E
Residences worth $1300.00 we will tell
.$iO000. $150 cash and balance in a:,nth
payments. Why do you pay rent?
R-lidence worth. 1200.00 we *ill sell for
$900.00. 4100.00 cash and balance in w
SmonIbly payments. Your wife deserves. a:
-home.
For investment you can find nothipg betar.
The best opportunity ever presented. for you to
OWN A HOME.
}City prerty improved and .~amproJd *1-'
S e~sire yte. sts
on Long Ea sy Te rms.
Lu be C LW
,Ii19nbe i~gzn1;, ·': . ,.· ~l
AUTO TRANSFER ,;
IRWIN MOUTON, Proprietor.
PHONE 408.
Rates reasonable. Your patronage
solicited.
E. A. SCHUMACHER,
The Electrician
Batisfaction Guaranteed.
Agent
COLUMBIA MAZDA LAMPS
Phone 368.
ALEX. 6. BROUSSARID
Contractor and Builder.
Estltes Fu Inished oa AlU Klads
of Work.
PHONE 414. P. O. BOX WL
Cheaper Than Coai
Live Oak Heater
wVV o o
For Sale Byf
ALFIED HEBERT.
Thiis l pacriptdirel
for MALARIA o~ ItLLCS. . j
Five or six doses will break any case,
if taken S -hes ao h Fe the Fer
return. It icts on the liver better
Calome-nd doees t guip:
SEE OR WRITE
F. R. BLAKESLEY
-FOR
MARBLE & GRANITE MONUtEllT
Franklrtl, Le..
Chas. Borchers,
TINSMITH
-AND-"
PLUMBER. :..
i. ase about -yur wont, agd +
aamq. NstlmateU eheertuLy state
sad homarablemg13ri .aba;l
All Work gussate. Opti
dens 0s -t ea Ortt Am* e
abPhone 535. P. O.m w'*9

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