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Sa A man, and hi" wife, by the name of Grove, Decided to buy a Gasoline Stove. * * * , as o t h e y c a m e where we have . them : 'galore, Made a quick purchase and homeward drove. THEY BOUGHT A DETROIT VAPOR Which any good hosewife would be proud of. ihe Ideal Method of Cooking in Hot Weather. bR rorugh with the fire you're through with the heat Comeinmand -Examine t. ,r 1o't`j ef irmited. bepe'W.. Sale. . Mouton et als. vs. Laucille at als-18th TJudicial b Court of Louisiana, Parish, No. 6848. fian order of the Hon. ý ; O a7 Distsrict Court In and ii it aof Lrafette, La., in enttled .dand numbered S;iIIsell at pbblic suction to ýA igiest bidder for cash, #o do or of the court house,. La., between legal sale November 29, 1918, ,ees.ribed property, to $ arcel of tround, a at -city known as o n 'LincAouln i.e of $p~illl aides o4 3 act - o. ' eZ raod of 4 et o fesyt U-, ofUe ju e4 Issued biy Judge R. W. Elliott of the City Court Of Lafayette, La., in the above entitled suit and to me direc. ted, I have seized and will sell at public auction to the last and high. eet bidder for cash, between. legal sale hours, in front of the court house in Lafayette, La., on Saturday, Nov. 8, 1913, the following described property, to wit: One iron safe, one cash register. F. M. LATIOLAIS, City Marshall. Administrator's Sale. Succession of Valerein Primeaux, No. 2949, 18th Judical District Court, of Louisiana, Parish of Laf ayette. S8y vitrtueof an order of the Hon. ;ll Juidilcl District Court of Louia iand and for the parish of Latay et ih matter or the succeson of VaeenPr imenas, No. 2949 of the cat docket of the s id court and coasnasia4 Issued rout of said court, tit' sae, rted, Iwill `. at public le to the l 2 ba highaest bid ider f ish, ceording toi law, be r4ee Ia1 l holis, at the last e n fthe deceased, , said i&s ollda d eribed property, to. one ortita c or land Iyi)n and lss f a evuden d the 1Ale by11sg ;by itan by t ot"ro3s. p a~k'f O ts ofa rt,._ a ,t ý Hof 00 fe bu STRENGTH FOR OLD PEOPLE A Simple Remedy Which Favors Longevity. You act as though you just won dered how you are. going to get through this trying season and do your work. You may be overworked or have had a bad cold which has left you without strength, ambition or much interest in life; in fact you are all run-down. Let us tell you that Vinol, our dell ous cod liver and iron tonic, is just the remedy you need to rebuild wast ing tissues and replace weakness with strength. A prominent Boston lawyer says: "'My mother, who is 76 years of age, owes her good health to Vinol as since taking it she can walk farther and do more than she has for years. I consider it a- wonderful blood making and strength creating tonic." We have such faith in Vinol that It it does not quickly build you up, restore your strength and make you feel well again, we will return your money. Try Vinol on our guarantee. P. S. If you have Ecemas try our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. MOSS PHARMACY,. LAFAYETTE,. - --- LOUISIANA Tonight. STonight, if you .!e .del11 and stupid, or bilues' and' constip ;d_, ° take dose .of Chalmberlain's -Tablets and you will idel all right -tomorrow. F6r sale by all dealers.-Adv. Demarnd of Administration. Suncession of Jacques A. Delhomme, No. 2960, 18th Judicial District of , Louisiana, arish of Lafayette. Whereas Rene Delhomme, residing in the parish of Lafayette, has made application to be appointed adminis trtor of the aforesaid estate. Now, therefore, all persons are hereby warned and notified to file their opposition to the application in writing with the clerk of court al his office in the town of Lafayette, ten days after the first notice hereof, otherwise the said applicant will be named and appointed as such admin istrator as required by law and in ac cordance with law. Witness my hand this 21st day rf October, 1913. F. K. HOPKINS, Dy. Clerk of the District Court. Cause of Insomnia. The most common cause of insom nia is disorders of the stomach and constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by all dealers. -t-Adv. NoSuch Simplioity. And yet there was never such a thing as "efetrsonian simplicity." Mr. Jeferson was not a man of simple life, but of a full and expensive life. He was an aristocrat in all his personal tastes and indulged himself. He had traveled i n urope and observed how the trick eas turned themre Arid both s seretary o state and as president he- lived at the top of his time.-Wash a eth rseords that be 'heard a wi a _lmln: a tempestuous child by -s Dera~ et' I made; late i.. - ..and ond that it I I.a common trea to ch;t dren on thp Meweap ~ast d like unto 'Bony will gst y)elt erMr hBlack Douias shlt gtg yeu1` peonle stu ;lhsit ng teator o Rare Works of Art Stolen. Twenty-fve thousand dollars worts -ofr pwere stolen from 'the thurch of *San (Mossimo, Padua, Italy, r oently. tol , the morning, the thieves; l roke into the church an4arled 'off two mag cl e8 t paintings by iovannni Batlesta Tiepolo. The pictures hbng in the side chapels on eit er side of the high ialtar, and= wer wrched from their frames in suehi a hurry that rf r n of the = nvas *ere 14t on Need Not oie Ashmed of Name, The -eumme Snooks by no means seer o bt a anO ng cognonoen; nttet g is name of ~ and one i which soaml boe ahanled In real ity, A o e tractok enoak." R was hatst corrupte, tp" Sn"oc, bkR tel. Y Pont~ A; ~~X y ý ss:- r-rand i': fr!""t+. ;ties, Suspected by . w. If as; the ;s=gar that is eaten it. the c drel.-,-- " ; .... .. ; t o equally di videu, =-ury .1 . i. n te world would have at least twenty pounds. But, be sides being used as food, sugar has many industrial us:s. It is the cheap est form of a chlmically pure carbo hydrate, and is often used in place of starch, d ,xtrin, or glucose.. Sugar is frequently put in com pounds f)r removing and preventing bofler scale. It is used in'the manu facture of shoeblacking, transparent soap, copying ink, and ink rollers for printing presses. Certain explosives contain from six to forty per cent. of it. It is employed in dying establish ments, by tanneries for "filling" leath er, and in a large number of other in dustries. Sugar has a hardening and strength ening action in mortar. The mortar used to rebuild the Museum of Natural History in Berlin consisted of one part lime, one part sand and two parts sugar. Even a very small quantity, however, as little as one-quarter of one per cent., exerts a very harmful effect on cement.-Youth's Companion. PROBABLY TOUCHED THE SPOT ` ·A* s elesg erodhe t twdtoata Tlit he Toddy Was No iS:AU -Unwelcome. In the course of those oiclal goings about which gre ' called v.visltRtious,, Blhaop A. M: Randolph p. Virginia once found himself in a remote coun tly parish. He was the guest as usual of a senior Warden, and he arrived upon a day of rain, and sleet, and nip ping winds. In the absence of her husband about the week-day business of bread-winning, the good lady of the house showed the bishop to his room, whefe a fire burned brightly, and then debated whether she should send him up a hot toddy. She felt in her motherly soul that after such a drive a man of the bishop's age should have a hot toddy, but she did not know whether this particular bishop might not be a teetotaler. Finally her hospitable instincts ov ercame her scuples. She mixed the toddy. But she dared not take it up to the bishop herself. She called her little daughter, aged eight, coached the child in a proper little speech, handed her the glass, and told her to take it car~efully to the bishop's door, knock, and wait for results. The little girl went, and very soon came back-without the toddy. "What did the bishop say?" asked the anxious mother. "I knocked on the door," replied the mesenger, "and he opened it real quick and reached out his hand and said, 'Bless you, my child.' "-New York Evening Post. Royal Widow's Woes. Poor old Francis Joseph, emperor of Austria, is again called upon to use his' kindly offices by another distressed lady who desires the approval of the pope to the divorce recently granted to her by the civil courts. The lady ,s the Archduchess Isabella, who mar 'ned Prince George of Bavari, a union that was but for a day. Pius X. has ratified the legal decilsons, but has or dered as a penance for the lady that for six months she shall remain re tired in the Red Cross convent and minister to the sick. The archduchess ds this prescription of the poe alteo ther too- severe, as she desirees to attend the wedding of hereoesln, the prince of Croy, with Mie. Nancy e-shmaan, daughter of tshe aUnthed ,States minister to, Berlin. In the meantime Francis Joseph will do what he can to relieve the ladyy of ths d"s aialae sindited by the' church. How Capital Growst! .Iqtamt has benefted to the..tau.t the sum of ba zeathed Sor the eduaetion to th. t'children of poor Inhabitants of Lytham. in course of time the fund grew to nearly £500, and, .this sum was invested by the trustees of the Lytham charities In a plot of land, whiath now forms the center of lacke. pobl. Within the last 50 years the arpration of Blackpool has patid about £100,000 for the freehold tights 'of: small sections of this estate, and it is believed that itn eoiase 'of atime the value of the property owned by the charities will 9reach £500,000. Cvil War Debt' Civil gar means :.something besides battle. When Lee surrendered at Ap. pEmattoz each person tien living in the United States had on hbis or her shoulders afederal debt of about $80. osday each inhabitant'a share of in- terest-bearing debt Ai approximately "t$10 the earler date t of lnt vni ýebt d ixp; on per as he does td. SWaind of Paml ' Novelty for the Invalid's Chair. A most inexpensive but charming tiny set for invalid's tray is a glass combination creamer, sugar and but ter dish. The little crystal sugar is covered by the butter plate (as a lid), and it in turn fits over the creamer, so that all three may be fitted one into the other and take but little space on the tray. Penny Gone! No Warts. Maurice, age six, was weeping bit terly and mother inquired as to the cause of the deluge. "I bought two warts from Vincent for a penny," he wailed, "and Vincent hasn't given me the warts and won't give my penny back." Take Away Unused Sugar. People in France wheb they dine at restaurant frequently appropriate the sugar they don't happen to use. Sugar in France is dear, and what is served with the coffee belongs, by right, to the purchaser as much as the coffee itself. So why not take a lump or two home to little Jeanne or Pierret Bees Stopped Railway Traffic. Bee" held up railway traffic on the London and North-Western .il line near Shap Summit for several hours recently. The bees swarmed in a sig nal lamp. No relief was forthcoming until an official from Penrith dislodg ed them. Saving the Eyesight An authority states that it is well to use the eyes as much as possible In looking at -things far awae lb Qlouds, the*sky, distant trees, and for ests may be often very profitable ob jects of observation. Going on the water is espectally useful to strength en the eyes and prevent shortsighted ness. 81ight Acquaintance. "Are you acquainted with Mrs. HI fy, your fashionable neighbor?" "Only In a roundabout way. Her cat boards it my house."-Pittsburgh Post. Profit in Ostrich Raising. That an ostrict farm is of morn value than a good cattle ranch is shown by an authority who puts the value of a beef animal at. $40 at five years of age, while an 'ostrich of the same age is worth $300. "Horsy" Australians. Englishmen are supposed to be the most "horsy" people in the world, but they are far behind many other coun tries in regard to the number of horses per head of population. In this respect Australia leads the British em pire, there being 45 horses to every 100 people. Value of Choice ideas, Few things matter more to us than the entry of choice ideas into our Out look. Let the."practical" man con demn them if he will; .those minute and delicate powers give the tinge to our thoughts, the bias to our theories, that determine our whole attitude to .wards life and shape the destiny of uations.-George Bourne. Scaled It. Mrs.. Robinson-"And were you up the Rhine?" Mrs. De Jonr,-"I should think so; right to the very,top. What a splendid view there is from the summitl"--Tit.Bts. Possible Explanation, Some prophets are without honor la their own country for tlb reason that t is harder to fool people when thur ane well acquainted with yo9 S- - - I " . WE SUPPLR YOUTO o.r " "; atn ". O u. r " wo we . 1 ...s ...l.. . ! Fresh F Prt-Class Groceri° I 'n prompt and satisfactor7 manner u yOU will Sm4 It, you give us yar buusines. We make a specialty ot Morgan tDebaillon, 3..e . Sunset Limited TRAIN DE LUXe BETWEEN SNE ORLEANS, LOS:ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO Leaves New Orleans Daily-11;0 a. m. commencdng NOV. 16 1913 Se xtra Pa r . ALL STEEL EQUIPMEINT, COMPARTMPENT ,DRAWING ROOM STANDARD SLE FEWE TOURIST LREPR, OBSERVATION CARS, DINING CA1A SERVICE UNS PASSED. or further ;pt ourars ask any a t or write r A.~ La 9hvI~i L Ow, Pass. Airret NeOesam i La, The War Niakers. This is a strong drama, that will be sure to arouse enthusiastic applause at the Jefferson Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 9. While the Secretary of \'ar and the Secretary of the Navy `look over plans preparatory to war, the Rus sian Ambassador is cabeled to se cure the plans for Russia's a:ly. The Ambassador sends for Rosa, a beautiful young Russian wo man, Toltoy, an exiled scien tist, and a younger man, named Boris, all spies. To them he says: "Tomorrow night we will play our hand at the dinner I am giving to the diplomats." In conformity with his plans old Toltoy prepared a secret potion called "The Sleeping Death,' and a letter is forged from Johnson, Secretary of the Navy, ask ing Calhoun, Secretary of War, to bring the plans to the dinner. On the night of the dinner the spies kidnap Johnson; Boris pours the sleeping potion into the wine; and after all the guests are seated, the Russian Ambassador proposes a toast to which all drink except him self. The whole brilliant company falls into a deep sleep, face down wards on the tables. The papers are taken and copied. Then the Ambas sador downs a glass of drugged' w*ine and drops senseless at his place. As the guests come-to and .bcre tary Johnson arrives and tells of the forged letter, Calhoun realizes that the war plans have. been spied upon, especially when he sees that they are stained with ink spots. Secret Ser vice men suspect the Russian Am. bassador. His spies are taken and searched, to no avail. It is learned, however, that Rosa has booked pass age for Europe. 1 Isabel, Calhoun's wife, knows her, and sails on the same boat. Meeting her on ship board, she shares her state-room. Isabel has almost given up hope when a false alarm brings all passen gers to the life-boats and Rosa runs back to get a pair of slippers. The papers are discovered in the soles of the slippers. Rosa begs for mercy and is forgiven. Calhoun receives a wireless bearing the good news as Isabel watches the last of the copy of the war plans being consumed in flames. A Night of Terror. Few night are more terrible than that of a mother looking on her child : choking and gasping for breath dur ing an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to relieve it. Many ,mothers have passed nights of terreor in this situation. A little forethought will enable you to avoid all this. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. Keep it at hand. For sale by all dealers. Adv. Evidently Wouldl't Talk. In the Belfast (Ireland) custody court a constable stated that when arrested the previous evening a pris oner said: "I'll say nothing till the morning, and then Ill get my soliottot to say it for me." Friendly Tip to Parents. The older a girl gets the less she thinks of the picture for which she .posed in a wash bowl.-Choincinnati E qulrer.