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No Waste Fuel
The Wilson Hot Blast Heater is so construct.
ed that it burns into actual heat every ounac of
coal and every bit of gas. There is no waste.
Not only does it cut fuel bills in half,
but it gives greater heating power
than any other heater known.
Start a fire in a
HOT BLAST DOWN DRAFT
and it will be roaring in five minutes.
The perfect damper system enables
you to keep fire for 36 hours.
--FOR SALE BY
DUGHAMP & DUCREST,
Also a complete line of Furniture, Fancy wares, Mattings.
Shades, Crockery, Sadllery', School Stationery, Etc,, Etc.
I have taken on my placi one Buy
Mare. brna~te I T B the owiner can noute,
prove his twr o prey and pay cost.
OSCAR RAYMOND, JR.,
Oct. 20. Cade, La.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
'rlre is a~ tdanger from blotd poisntl
treslting from a cut or woulld 'ot any
kind, when' Chambllerlsin's Pain BDalr is
useud. It is an antitteplic dressisic and
louild be in every hIt'selmlid.
For uiseI by T. .1. Labbe.
u LOCAL NEWS.
Get your Cotton Seed Meal from
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Gail
beau made a trip to New Orleans
Heating Stoves from $1,00 up to
815,00, Duchamp & Ducrest.
-T%'D new Protestant Cemetery
of St. Martiunvillo is now open to
No. 7 Cook Stove from $5,95 to
$40,00 at IDuchainp & Ducrest.
Genuine Lowney's Chocolate and
Bonbons at AmediSe Demurger.
Mrs. Felix Eastin of Cade spent
several ldays here this week visit
Just recived a large assortment
of sheet music, call an see my
selection. F. H. RhymeS.
Miss Irmn Mouton of Lafayette
was visiting here this week, the
guest of Miss Anna Mouton.
Get your FRUIT Cakes for the
Holidays from Aomed&e Demur
ger, the leader in Fresh Groceries.
-Miss Maud Voorhies of New
Iberia is visiting here, the guest
of her brother, Mr. Dan W. Voo
Although leather is very high;
yet you can get buggy harness at
special prices at Duchamp & Dn
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Ducrest of
Broussard, were visiting here last
Sunday. Mrs. Ducrest is spend
ing the week on the plantation of
her husband's parents.
--When in need of a first-class
high grade ready mixed paint; use
the Duchamp & Ducrest's special
t We have in this office Type- e
writing paper of all kinds, and
all sizes, and we cut to any
*special size. Also carbon pa
0per. !f in need of anything in S
that line, let us know about it.
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Just received again 1500 rolls of
\\'ll Paper, prices from 8 to 44
cents a double roll Dochamip &·
- Mrs. Chas. Vautier who was
visiting her son here, Mr. L. C.
Vautier for the last two months,
left for her home in New Orleans
A good thing. Come and see it.
A FIVE piece bed room SUIT
,complete for $20,85. Option of
W'OOD or IRON bed. First class
goods - just got in at Duchamp
Hardw are Co.
The Ladies of the M. E. Church
South and their friends of St. Mar
ville, have organized an Auxiliary
to the Womeu's Home Mission So
ciety with thirteen members.
How (does it strike you to get 1
bed, 1 wardrobe, 1 dresser, 1 wash
stand and a center table for $15,96.
Best offer ever made, Niw Goons,
Duchamp & Dvcrest
-Wade Burdin, the young son I
of Mr. J. J. Burdin who had come
home on accounut of the death of
his mother, returned to St. Louis
Monday to resume his studies.
--Remember that when in need
of FEED, such as OATS, CORN,
HAY, and BRAN, that L. BIEN
VENU supplies the public at the
Mr. Henry Besliu returned home
the latter part of last week from I
New Orleans where he had
gone to have an operation
performed on one of his eyes,
which we are pleased to say was
See the goods. Get the price.
FANCY WARE of all kinds for
euchre prizes and presents. Large
st,ck, more coming every day.
Rock bottom prices at Duchamp
Mr. Westley Steen, died at the
home of his son, Mr. Bud Steen,
here, on the 15th inst., at the age
of 76 years and 9 months. He
was buried the next day from the
We carry a large stock of REED
ROCKERS made to suit all tastes
and to give satisfaction. Price
the cheapest-goods the best. See
them at Duchamp Hardware Co.
Mrs. Julia Seely, mother of Mrs.
Dr. W. Mitchell of St. Martinville,
died last Friday morning at 1:30
at the home of her daughter, and
was intered at the new cemetery
Friday at 5 p. m. Rev. A. J. Co
-Catholic Church, Evangeline
Oak and Bayou Teebe Souvenir
Post Cards just received at L.
A clerk with experience in the
Dry Goods business. Wages
Fifty Dollars per month. No
beginner need apply.
L. J. GARDEMAL.
Just received a half car of Kan
sas dip Oats, the very thing for
race horses and fancy driving ani
mnals at L. Bieuvena.
-Mrs. L. J. Duchamp who has
been sick for some time, went to
New Orleans Thursday to emler- C
go an operation, she was accompa- tl
nied by her uaband, her father,
Mr. Martin Ducrest and Dr. L. A.
Just received one car of FUR-.
NITURE. And much more to fol
low right in its tracks. We can far
nish any grade. If in need of
FURNITURE call and get our
prices. Your visit will be appre
ciated. Duchamp Hardware Co.
--Pay your Po~ Tax now that
you are thinkingalxn t, do not wait
until you forget it and allow the
time to pass; if you do you will
regret it. You must have this
year's poll tax receipt to vote at
the general election in 1908.
--Dont forget, WALL PAPER,
SHADES, MATTING AND
RUGS; biggest stock in town. All
the latest styles, colors and kinds.
Cheaper than ever before at Du
champ Hardware Co.
Gabriel Bienvenu, Jr., formerly
from St. Martinville, but recently
removed to Lafayette where he
was employed by the Southern
Pacific railroad died at8:30 o'clock
Wednesday night the 21st inst., at
the age of 18 years and 6 mouths.
His remains wvre taken to St.
Martinville Thursday, the funeral
service was held at the Catholic
Church at 4:30 o'clock in the eve
ning. Gabriel was a young man
with many good traits, he was
quiet, laborious and industrious.
He believed that railroading was f
a promising field for his ambition,
and secured employment at La.
fayette several months ago. A
good boy has passed away.
-Have your old Bicycle made
new at L. Bienvenn's repair shop.
Materials of all kinds always on
hand. Everything in the bicycle
-Let every man of this Parish a
remember that there is just thirty (
days left to them to pay their poll a
tax, and unless they pay this year's
tax before the last day of Decem
bert they will not be able to vote
at the general election of 1908. s
-If your fire insurance policy -
is to expire soon let me know -
about it, talk the matter over with
you, P. A. Bienvenu, Fire Ioso
--Dr. Eug. E. Soulier of Brous
sard was in town Thursday.
the shoe of elegance and durabi
lity, fits like a tlove, at I
K. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
the sole agents.
of the toughest wear-resisting
oak-tanned leather will always
be found in :. :: :
Other brands may have equally good SOLES in SOME o0
their shoes, but none are so uniformly reliabie as the "'TU
LANE'S. Your choice of Russia Calt, Viei Kid, Peent Kid
and Patent Calf-in any shape, any size, any width. See
E. E. SOULIER.
Are You Getting Mar
ried? If So Don't Fail
To Consult My Prices
Before Buying Your
"Wedding Rings. The
Knot Is Not Well Tied Unless You Have
Them. For SaleBy t * a~
F. H. RHYMES.
GEORGE GREIG & eO.,
t PINE and CYPRESS LUMBER of all
Kinds and Demensions, and also Bricks
and Cisterns at the George Greig & Co's
Lumbef Yard. Prices will be entirely satis
Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute,
STATE INSTITUTION OF LEARNING FOR BOTH SEXES.
Three story brick school building containing 20o classrooms,
auditorium, library, gymnasium. Two brick dormitories.
Complete courses of study in all regular academic subiects,
and also manual training, domestic art and science, instru
mental and vocal music, stenography, commerce, agriculture.
Fourteen in faculty. Military discipline and drill. Gymna
sium drill for yound ladier. Health location. 5o acres.
Sixth annual session open September 19th, 1906.
WRITE FOR CATAIOG .
E. L. StEPHAENt Pek(lnt
try constitute a vrUt proportion
of those who are out of debt. poeee ad abundance,of all that is ne
ceseary to contfort and easy hours, and own
Those who are not so fortuuate shoulld pr.ft by past etperientte astt
tecognizse that these conditions are pnthle in
as no where else for the reason that no other sectiol how offers
REALLY HIGH-CLA88 LANDS At LOW PtRICiS
and that the Agricultural and Stock-farmina posibilltles of this see
tion are the equal of. and in some, tespects better thin three to five
times higher priced property located elsewhere.
In a word: Mang MagYaifi.tt Opportealies are still open here to
thse po~(~~eing hut little money, but prompt investigatiot and
are advlabhle, a. speculators have lnteetitated
,nidl are fast purcha.l't with a kuowledtge of
I tiekly dsvel-pitg bopottflnitiem to sell t&
there at greatly Increased price.
TnS D .ER ROAD
Sells cheap Romad Trip ticketes twice a week with
A. A. CLISSON, C. P. A., Forth Worth, Texas.
Victor Feed $1,00 a sack at L. Bienvens.