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r , t SONGS YoU HAVB -EARD "Tra iip! Tramp! Tramp" t S Once you've worn a BUQUOR. Suit you'll be sentenced tor 1ife 'ffh outvnake of Clothes. Weesh .over 500 Spring nun S"nwer Fabrtcapsb why tramp ard ud lbottag hise whereswhiin we have the very thing you want right here. By the way, stripes are all the i' ge this season. -I" .l';tý `:I'r*'iL %a '. r ,. +"''r' `" t.-; _ yie ~t he pi1 ae rspeuu nt. with you , 1c vet e .y whe tiey need cl tisner rtessig.. One best rec. omniendation is modern machinery andr years of eli perlence. Remember we are not "tirtiing air experi mental station." PF- -. C) N 2 , TUSEDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. -6 DShkftartle rtoday on the nif-cs fort Oploasas to visit Mr. and Mrs. WialIsh te for : few day., siid i dit Waiters' trial. ab eseriptiens to the La f Drug Store-you ean depend on sttUag the pp t edics es pwps oW 1r Wsb on Noa 1 Nh s Orleans ta d a a . Sau will Visiting in Youngatille. over'th the arrival 'Sunday of a lnk little baby girL ' atlir Modlo left today for Abbeville. Dr. N. P. Moss returned Saturday from attendance at the Teachers' Codgeention in Shreveport. He left yesterday for Washington on special .business and while there will take advantage of the oalortunity to at4 - the national Mothers' Congree wthrh will be in session theie . and. n. Mrs. P. M. Wre tnedStrdaye terday afternoon r for W asit o sea tb usiant rewaives taere ill toak tamdate Popr p nyy ten the na ;tioaMohetprV Coi res whp wilb I esontee t*n' pand Mres.P *M. bWa Ie yes terwh afternon or Queewh.gg)te.p l) CL.ASTERS DENITIST. aIsitrela ys baked in plat . tmatrix. The=-only` real porcelaia ýý stgad this one of the few dental oariroe th ate prepared to do linas Of work. .e *nt rs p t cement t*st etd h-aImitation of, and ifs= net he k in ph at and othis ef the de y deand sped al q u1ptne't, eit: mare es tampretlemn used to axt timn or teeth. and rtast Marshal F. M. Lattolas spent SatF urday in Opelousas attendthg the Walters' trei. FOR SAE Genuine Simpkins Cotton Seed,., Only a few sacks left. come at 'once. 1`'. O. Broupsard. Mr, ans Mrs. W. &.TorlanwJr., and *1aildsam . m s 8nna ar hdga *withb Ms faithos M. War.. Tor and: anny. nega far. h' isuwetporaý. town, oe 'uteasldir 4-174t ~change i+ t u ibu i*a Iaasrn:;n GOO -4 ` I 4 m rh i ,.lýyd e, .. ie; w ood, coal and feed UY.P oeuf & Son, phone 4-174tF High aMki and whippoorwill peas for fertiliser. I have a good stock. fi. H. M *iU phonu 64. For this week only we offer the lat eate( t if J gbiFod4 at retsseed prices.--eh hiuleb's. FO! SALE Sh atantial Four - room House with hall and. stables. 10 arpeots of land, 2 miles west of town, $1,330 4ash N. Abramisoni 'SieLceived 1rick, Swiss and Limbwrger CIIESES FRE CAKES 4. ~d. R L. S. Broussard; school director of the Fourth Ward, was in town Sat urday on business. Theolin Dupuis, an enterprising farmer from Mouton Switch, was in town Saturday and reports crop pros pects very fine with the exception of cane which is slow in growth and of poor stand. He predicts a good cot ton crop. Eugene Labbe, of the Fifth Ward, attended court Saturday to testify in. a succession case of the family. J. A. Alleman, of Oakbourne plan tation came to town Saturday on bus iness. Contractor Alex Broussard is build ing for himself a new residence in Elmhurst and will soon remove there Society. Five Hundred Club. A business meetinb of the Five Hundred Club for the purpose of electing officers, was held Friday af ternoon with Mrs.. C. J. McNaspy. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. McNas py who acted. as presi dept pro tem. Mrs. LeRosen was elected president and Mrs. Albert Doacet vise-president. No further business the meeting adjourned and the ladies played a number of. very enjoyable and closely contested, games in which Mrs, C. J. McNaspy won every game and. Mrs. Barber won the next highest number, At. the conclusion the hostess served, deli cious fruit punch and cake. Friday evening Robt. Mouton, Frank Debaillon, Geo. Crouchet, He4fy Kel. ly asd Dr. Paul Salles drove rver to' Broussard on invitation to a fine cratwfish, frog hnd fish supper, which Misses Della Billeaud, Alice Melan con, Ruth and Ann Mouton and Ger trude Mouton had provided supposed ly by catching the Ingredients them selves while they were enjoying a delightful fishing trip that day. The boys report the supper just as good as could be. The evening was de lightfully spent in conversation, I music and dancing. It was a. most pleasant occasion for all the partici pants. dlmt Report All Tuberewioldl l (Pat- Bsitr jftyoudl*sz av alter trpoft- evet - hre *rPtMMM miasto the 19ne I Ama atha-t There is no use of our "bettng around~the bush." We mtigt.as-well out wi&t lK sdEwaluaL 1V6 to try oC dI *prCooth de the nexVes "b pre 4 cda cold. TI a t1ecekw bsalt we set 40arowod *o ndlt m et This -preparltlon by its remarkable gtres hemu i. w sW'We isrepS -ti -ad ivs es ywh~i ) W MILLNEIY SiORE' MISS *. E. DERTHEAUD, PROP. Twitti- ffe ssshe 1her latest in: HATS AND' MEILNERY 321 Vermilion St. ( Stand of Heron Millinery Store.) Call and see our ele gant line. Orders taken for crochet and embroidery. Notie * Notien id hereby given that hint. tog, fmltidg or' tIrepassinu on' al place in the sixth ward on- b =sa Vermilion, is proh'bited under oval, antv of the law. 4-17-mo. A. C. GUILBEAU. OfP. TERO! all kinds of ELECTRICAL WORK Promptly and Satisfactorily done Reaseiable Prices. Special Attention Given IFans Office in Win. OGrdser's a' - ouis j LIL SUCH A CON VENIENCE-THE SANITARY White Mountain Refrigerators After you have one you wouldn't be without it. Keeps your food so nice and nothing spoils. It i, truly a comfort,-and so are our PORCH S H ADES. Just the thing for summer. Just try one and see what you have been missing all this time. Our line of furniture is complete-a specially good selection of bed room sets now in stock. Palk Mercantile Co., Ltd. BANKOF LAFAYETTE LAFAYETTE, - LA. OFFICERS C Chas. O. Mouton, President J. J. Davidson, Vice-Pres. JO.. Burry, Oashier Frits Jansen, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS Wm. Campbell, George Doucet, J. J. Davidson, Gaston Frasoez, Crow Girard, L. L. Judice, Chas. O. Mouton, Gus Schmulen, R. O. Young The Officers and Direetars of this Bank ,n ft'e your aacount &Ad 'iIff appreeiate your Bbsiness. TRIP DOWS By Maj. Schut z of U. S. Engineers, With Party of Citizens to Inspect Bayou. This morning Major Schultz of the U. S. Department of Engineers ac cpmpanied by messrs. F. E. Girard, Manager Martin, J. P. Colomb and F. V. Mouton made a trip down the Vermilion river to Abbeville in order to demonstrate the feasability of establishing, regular boat service be tween Lafayette and New Orleans and also to ascertain whether the route of the Intercoastal canal ipight not profitably be modified by making use of The Vermilion. A csta1 from the Teehe to the' Vermilkm at' the fos. , it; is elatmged. wouii form n flee conate es ilea dr the te . talas waterwa , .T? =pa st in smbbr as to both schemes but re St it. ba ggl 46rMett IfRI~lc T f3Ifl oLk fegud uasumed ei*.n otr *Awmi Is d" Armand Bonaler eaded ugtit of disturbiag a psace le assseblkp07au gam' Aves ddll Seor SYe%3ws l; Uliton *hPO*dF 3eapcmtgud got $280 jnee .or six t&sJ 'jafl; Paul PWllerligdi eaded 'aniltre B-e& ar 3d lVin A OREAT MANY AUTO (OWNERS (Of This City Especially) Think, or Seem to Think That They Can't Get Their Tires V-cai z ed property, unless they send them to New Orleans to; a other city. We would appreciate a chance to show theme that they are mistaken, for we can repair any kind of in jury which a Tire is subject to, and in such a, mwanner that' We challenge afybod ', anywh'ere to do better. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating," so let us 'show you that we mean what 'we say. Ask those who know us, and they are many, not only in Lafayette, but. all over the cosntry withia a radius of 75 miles. The express wagon is at our doer every day with Tires shipped to us from surrounding towns so this is prcof that we understaud our btslness. A Call and see our Plant any way, it won't cost you anything and visitors are always welcome. A. J. BOINNETT, -Gt Laf yte,-La. jail. The case of the State versus Felicien Jones incest, was called, a jury impanneled, with Atty. Kennedy representing the defendant. Case still pending as we go to press. TWO AUTOS SOtl Milger 13igats of 4Me;..Iafayette Motbz , " Co. last 'Sat i7 eiv ed tl* e hew di'e land rf ciold two-one to Mr. Harold Demanade and the other to Dr. J. F. Mouton. These cars are in great favor and no doubt repres4nt the best on the mar ket. Died. Mrs. E. L. Villere, nee Elina Ab. badie, aged 55 yearen and 5 months; died at her home on Midison sti'eot, this morning at 3:40 o'dfiVc after a long and` linfd1' iltfess. 1tirea4aed Was a woman of gentleness aid rb fnementfandeptisseued manly ttidk of nbble Soutkrerj "'*b artlitettd. A f th ful wife; At~aft' ikteneot A l, her osurwff~pro-a'.a#fiv f&liAM .., . childrea. Thmfl eIU~aw are naf mes of the Wlbeave* dlbdirdef Mrs. 3. F. Tanner, Mission, Texas; . A Villere, bgltlblagram ~LiC.; Jno. *Iiere, BaWo P1ah*;; Misses I..le, YoliA, ai Anna tie of La~ydit* fils funeral *llb-ake placd& t. '&ilbIf#At 5: 30 lcjock at St. John's Catholic church. ATE FAIR PICTURES TO BE d oo aovan i 3 d.sdet £ el Lhururday, April 23, Seont:dg ho pl of Shreveport will be hewS' arigqggwith Managr :Par the Jefferson of various events at the Fair such as horse races, automobile and motor cycle races, drummers' pa rade, stock and stock winners' pa rade, crowds, baby show, etc. These pictures are very interesting and ought to appeal to our people here because we have a Fair of our own and it has been a good Fair. There will be no extra charge that evening for admission. kerson to show moving pictures at For Burned Hands. For the burns, inore or less sever% that happen so frequently in the kitchen, it is well to keep on hand there a bottle filled with equal parts of linseed oil and limewater. Shake the lhftle well before application, and, kDep'thk burned parts from the air by oU~5ing with lint or soft linen. Bids Wanted. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Su' pervising Architect's Office, Washing ton, D. C., April 6, 1914.-Sealed pro. posals will be opened in th!s office at. 3 p. in., May 18, 1914, for the eon. struet'on complete (including me-. cbanical equipment, lighting fixtures and approaches) of the United States post office at Lafayette, La. One story and basement building; ground, area 3,8$O square feet; non-fireproof' construction; stone and stucco-facing; tin roof, Drawings and specification may be obtained from the custodian of the site at Lafayette, La., or at this offce. O. Wenderoth, Supervis ing Architect. MEX. 6. BROUSSARDx Contractor and Builder. Estlmetes Furnished on All Kindi or Work. ?HONK 414. P. O. BOX 83i PAMJ F. GILBEAU PRESSING and CLEANING I K mow H ow. AnsPAcTISIT 6UARANTEEB Ad Get My .iNcer Before Ordering p g AM U 011I @&sI~I3 Mo. I 1 °.. The Fan for the Home A special six - blade model called the "Residence Type. ' Ideal for home use-for library, bedroom or living room. Emersor'Residence'Fans have silent powerful motors, built for quietness. They are fans to live with. Station'aryor oscillatingstyles_ Five -year factory guarantee, with both. See them. I ALSO HANDLE THE WESTING. HOUSE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC FANS. SEE ME BEFORE PLAC ING YOUR ORDER. PHONE 533. E. A. SCHUMACHER, The Electrician Satisfaction Guaranteed. Agent COLUMBIA MAZDA LAMPS. COAL WOOD Geo. A. DeBlanc, Office and Yard Near Depot. Telephone 69.