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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 11 October 1902

Notice. I am applying for a pardon under convic tion for abstructing railroad track. JuLRa POINTrOEUV. Lafayette, Oct. 4, tgua. H. C. SRLLeS. * . * DENTIST. Ofhice on Ruchanan Styeet. LAFAVE'TTE, - LOUISIANA. H.- P. BeLER, * * DENTIST. Nollive Building, LAVAYE rrE, IA)UISIANA. GCIERRS & BIIOUSSARID SUCCESSORS TO D. V, SARDEBLEo Dealers in DRUGS - AND - PATENT - MEDICINES I)ruggtsts' Sundries, l'ine . Purtumery Toi!et Soaps, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Sta tioncry, chool Books, Paints and Oils and everything to be found in a first-class drug morc. IPr.ecrlptlons tilled dahy alld right. pW'Next to talk's Opera I louse. C. H. MOUTON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW And Abstractor of Titles OFFICE:-Next to Bank of Lafayette. Court House Square, Lafayette. La. Wil practice in Lafayette, St. Martin and Ac adia Parishes. 1897 --1902. h. ,:. PARKERSON ibl.tX II. .tot'rTON Parkerson & Mouton GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS We can write you as good a policyo. your life in the Equitable or the Washington of N...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 11 October 1902

Play a Gaine of Foot I I Lafayette, Oc tober 16. be people of Lafayette will an opportunity to see a 8game of football next Thurs lbay. On that day the team of 'lrthe Industrial Institute will play agatist the L. S. U boys who are among the best players in the Southern States. The Insti tute has a splendid team this year and it is safe" to say that the game next Thursday will be most interesting. Domengeaux-insurance. To Repair the Church. Citiuens living in the vicinity of Broussardville have contributed an amount approaching $3000 which will be used to repair and equip the Catholic church build ing at that place. They were ,_eqouaraged to take this step by Father Roguet of Royville who, we are informed, has promised toholdservices in the Broussard ville church as often as possible, thus affording the people an op portunity to attend to their religious duties. Domengeaux-insu rance. At the Surrey Park. As the time approaches the interest increases in the fall meeting advertised to ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 October 1902

'4VM -M- wS MW 4 rn £.9AP7TTw I .TSEND US ONE DOLLAR AND YOU .-PRICES .. , ..- .., ....... , YEAR.... THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1902. NUMBER 34. MONEY FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS We Will Give to the PUBLIC SCHOOLS of the Town and Parish of Lafayette SONE PER CENT of all our ash sals made f this dLay, Oct, 18, 1902, to Jan, 1, 1903, ' This donation to the public schools will in no manner The Lacoste Hardw are Store, conflict with OUR PRESENT LOW PRICES. Opposite Court-house Square. Headquarters for Buggies, Wagons, Mowers, Hardware, Paints, Etc. gl U gg g m l 1 I i im I I 1 1nn m m g CHOICE BUILDING LOTS: Can be bought in the new S. R. Parkerson Addition Three blocks east of Southern Pacific I)epot. During thirty days from date lots will be sold on following conditions: Lot measuring 50x125 feet, $150 on easy terms. Apply to J. C. NICKERSON, heal Estate Agent, - - Lafayette, Louisiana. ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 October 1902

- rtF of e Tnows sae ast thu L alega ms to. 1eem4se. Y secmed bSlierDY, October 18, 1908. EU SVOLENA ASSOCIATIONM. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, I S BRAIlCH NO. 92 meats tat sad Su.a Aftr high ms, at Home Fieh . hall. Aiqmm Robe. IH. tNamwd, Secretary, I ":-~ Lsfestae, La. UNITED CONFDERATE VETERANS meats seo Satsday ateach month, at court hoses. to a. m. DM VIAN TO GOVERNAfENT OW NERSHIP. The arrogance and greed of SEie trusts are fast making con verts to the doctrine of govern ment ownership of the great na tional monopolies. There was a time when the plutocratic press was content to sneer contemp tuously at any proposition to transfer the ownership of cer tain monopolies to the govern- c ment. Government ownership C of anything was ridiculed as the insane offspring of communism. _ There were few persons who be- C lieved that the government's business was to own and operate railroads and other public fran chises. The idea was repugnant to the spirit' of individualism which was so g...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 October 1902

Notice. I am applying for a pardon under convic tion for abstrctinag railroad track. JULas POINTUOsUIr. Lafayette, Oct. 4, t1g9. H. C. SALLeS, * * DENTIST. OIee on Buchanan Street. LAFAYETTE, - LOUISIANA. H.. P. BDeeLR, * * DENTIST. Nollive Building, LAFAYE rTE, LOUISIANA. GUERRE & BROUSSARD. SUCCESSORS TO . V. BANEBLEB Dealers in DRUGS - AID - PATEIT - MEDICINES Uruggists' Sundries, tine Purtumery Toilet Soaps, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Sta tionery. School Books, Paints and Oils and everything to be found in a first-class drug store. Prseriptpons itd lday and night. W "Next to .alk's Opera House. C. H. MOUTON; ATTORNEY - AT - LAW And Abstractor of Titles. . OFFICE:-Next to Bank of Lafayette. I Court House Square, Lafayette, La. Wil r practice in Lafayette, St. Martin and Ac adia Parishes. a 1eo7 --150o . y s. P. PARKERSON. FEI.iX H. MOUTON Parkerson & Mouton GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS I We can write you as good a policy on your life in the Equitable or the Washington of New York...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 October 1902

M i w, a mser6 in pblic school, in ans0tte that the at at that 4ohool has al. albrty pupils and i Camtinues to increase. IlMer says that with cer hm_.provements the Alliance rmecstly donated to the will be a very commo eobohlbhouse and fully ade ýguate to the needs of the corm ui'mnaity. The people of Brous seard and vicinity are tafdai a amost commendable interest in their public school as was shown : aw the liberal donaton of a two ., story school-house and lot which a hs just been made by the far mere. Miss Trousdale of Mon roe, who- is principal of the , ro ard school, is a graduate of the State Normal and is a ,acsmpetent teacher. She is very ably assisted by Mr. C. K. (iQvier, who has done a great deal toward building up the schooL Fine Property for Sale. J. C. Nickerson, the real estate agent, offers, in this issue of The Gazette, some fine town and country property. Mr. Nicker son has a number of very desir able homes to sell, both in the town and parish. He is also author...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 25 October 1902

WE [0 A KINDS OF JOB ,SEND US ONE DOI.AR AND YOU GETURPRCTHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. A I OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1902. NUMBER 35. MONEY FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS We Will Give to the PUBLIC SCHOOLS of the Town and Parish of Lafayette 1 ONE PER CENT o all orcash sales made rm Oct, 18, 1902, to Jan 1,903, This donation to the public schools will in nonner The Lacoste Hardwre Store, conflict with OUR PRSET LO PRICES.The Lacoste Hardware tore, Opposite Court-house Square. Headquarters for Buggies, Wagons, Mowers, Hardware. Paints, Etc. ·+, .. . - :- ,  .4M4. ,, ,  o.q· : : -: : : :-- :- :-- -:,, .  ., .. . ..q.N-: - _--_:/- --·_--:   : :. ... . :. : : -- :___ CHOICE BUILDING LOTS Can be bought in the new S. R. Parkerson Addition Three blocks east of Southern Pacific D)epot. During thirty days from date lots will be sold on following conditions: Lot measuring 50x125 feet, $1...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 25 October 1902

ETr 0noMn MOUTON. - 4mWV of rhe Tewn and ~eiasa te te La. Po.se as Seced . SATURDAY, October 25, 1902. DlnuVOLENT AssOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMEIICA, BRANCH NO. 7gs mets sat and d Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Addrs Robe. Hl. Biusard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED COZEEDERATE VETERANS meets sat Satugday of each month, at court. ouse. so a. sm. MUST TAKE CARE OF THE NEGRO. The Gazette has always con tended that any effort to organ ise a white Republican party in the South is doomed to failure. A Republican party which ex cludes the nlegro from participa tion in its affairs, can not, in the very nature of things, hope to be successful. Its promoters may be sincere. They may be hon estly in favor of eliminating the negro as a factor in politics. We believe that the Lily Whites in this State are intensely in earn est. At least, a majority of them are. But the time will come when the colored brother will have to be reckoned with. He may be temporarily ignored...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 25 October 1902

Notice. I am applying for a pardon under convic tion for altructing railroad track. JULts POINTsoIFr. Lafayette. Oct. 4, tgos. • H. C. SfLLes, * 4 DENTIST. Ofhce on Buchanan Street. LAFAYETTE, - LOUISIANA. H. P. BeeLeR. * " DENTIST. Nollive Building, LAFAYE rrE, LOUISIANA. GUERRE & BROUSSARD SUCCESSORS TO S. V. SARDEBLED Dealers in DRUGS - AID - PATENT - MEDICINES Druggists' Sundries, 1' ine Purtumery loilet Soaps, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Sta tionery, School Books, Paints and Oils and everything to be found in a first-class drug store. Preserlptlons filled day and nllght. JtNext to ]lalk's Opera House. C. H. MOUTON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW And Abstractor of Titles. OFFICE:-Next to Bank of Lafayette. Court House Square, Lafayette. La. Wil practice in Lafayette, St. Martin and Ac adia Parishes. e9 7 -- s1O . S. It. PARKERSON. FLI.IX H. MOUTON Parkerson & Mouton GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS We can write you as good a policy on your life in the Equitable or the Washington of New York as c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 25 October 1902

of Strikers With Men to Take Their Places- C i"hgeams Labor Conditions 'iThe following letter to the Bal i more Sun was written by Dr. J. I. Dillard, of Tulane Univer sity. Dr. Dillard is not only a man who thinks but he is a man who feels. He is profoundly a Democrat, but not that kind of a Democrat who affects reverence for the rights of property and ignores the greater rights of man. This expression from the pen of Dr. Dillard is worthy the careful perusal of every person who has brain and heart: Measrs. Editors-Mr. Hewitt is a representative of the old line of Democratic thought. He is sincere in believing in individual treedom and individual rights; emd so he is sincere in his indig nation at the sight of one work ingman trying toprevent another workingman from working. In this he represents all very con servative thinkers whose com mon voice is: Let the working man quit his job if he pleases that is his undoubted right; but he has no right to prevent an other workingman from ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 November 1902

-.1% 7 " ... :"   '  ....  ' 4"  ' N DO ALL KING N A L NDS ROF -..r J- O E OS IAK AN ) O .T..U.RES.... .HE LAF.AYET1'IE GAZETTE. W OFFICIAIS JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1902. NUMBER 36. Patronize Home Enterprise, A TLBERT DELAHOUSSAYE, Local Distributor for Cameron Mill & Elevator *., Mauufacturers of the following popular brands of High Grade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. Ask me for prices. Albert Delahoussaye. R. H. BROUSSARD, Main Street, Near Court-house, Dealer in Groceries - and - Dry Goods. A Fine Line of Shoes. Fresh Goods, Low Prices. Goods delivered any point in town. Phone No. 137. Lease of School Land in Fourth Ward. In compliance with a resolution of Board of School Directors for the parish ofLafayette, adopted Oct. 2, 1902, I will offer for lease for 3 years at the Court-house, Lafayette, La., on Saturday, November 15, 1902. Sec. 16, T...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 November 1902

T aOMmUa MOUTON. 1aussel e Wnf* Town ane PSeS M sLaopestt. s thee. tapeae ta. e asSceed Bt&TVl,Y, November 1, 1902. UINBVWOLIN A OURATION. cai _. IC KNIGHTS OQ AMERICA, R NO. Mge me smtatd d Sam dras ter high mue, at Ho. Fire Co. thall. ad.s Robs. H. &r..arud, Secretary, r .aUTD COaPDERuATE VETRANzS imeea sat Satuday d mecb moeth, at conrt bmes, s. a. m. "- ·m Me AGNA Tr OF THE LABOR TRUST. It has recently become the fashonm to speak of the union of workingmen as the "labor trust." In discussing the trust question newspapers and political econo monists with plutocratic tenden aes are pleased to refer to the labor organizations as monopo Iles which are placed in the same category with the great financial corporations. All the greed, heartlessness, and cruelty which characterize the capitalistic trust are ascribed to the "labor trust." Even the New Orleans Picayune tells us that "there is no essen tial difference between a capital istic trust and a labor trust." This, we ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 November 1902

Notice. I am applying for a pardom under convic tioa for obstructing railroad track. JULts PormTNouOr. Laayette, Oct. 4. tgo0. -H C. SfLLe8. Ofhee om Behaeman Street. - LAFAYETTE, -- LOUISIANA. H. r. DBeeLef. " " D NTIST. Noltive Building, LAAVYE rTE, LOUISIANA. GUIRIRE & BROUSSARD SUSCCESSOS TO I. V. SAREULEI Dealers in IRUGS - AN - PATENT - MEDICINES lruggists' Sendries, line Purtum.ery Toilet -Sp, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Sta tionery, School Books. Paints and Oils and everything to be found in a first-class drug store. PrscrlptLtons fRed day and night. 5'iNeat to lalk's Opera House. C. H. MOUTON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW And Abstractor of Titles. OFFICE:-Next to Bank of Lafayette. Court House Square, Lafayette, La. Wil practice in Lafayette, St. Martin and Ac adia Parishes. Io9 7o -85sO. S. a. PARKEIRSON. PEI.IX I. MOUTON Parkerson & Mouton GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS We can write you as good a policy on your life in the Equitable or the Washington of New York as can be written by ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 November 1902

Sainee in Tenues ee :, ares for a Nine . hoath. Behool for Every Child in the State. IkuLarrh*a Educati Notes. It is eacouraging tothe friends of pblic education to read the Sobowin from Hon. James B. Prader, the Democratic nominee for governor of Tennessee: "The department of the State government which comes closest to-the people is that of public echools. I need not tell you that education is the great bulwark and safeguard of a free people. I need not tell you that educa tion and prosperity ao hand in hand. I need not tell you that the richest and most valuable asset of this great and rich State is not its mines and its factories, its forests and its farms, but it is the 800,000 boys and girls of Tennessee who are to make its future citizenship and to build for it its wealth and its power. "While we spent in Tennessee last year $1,811,000 on public schools, we find that the average number of days taught was only ninety-three, and that in many of the counties of the State it di...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 November 1902

r INING. NEATLY AND PROI"I'L. W LO GEI' OU 'R.CE.............. . .. OFFICTAL JOURNAL OF THE PARIISH AND TOWN O) T, AFAY'TTi. VOLUME X.- -------LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, ATURDAY, NOVEMBE 02. NUMBER 7. VOLUME X." LAF'AYET.CTE, LOUISIANA, ScX'EURLDAY, NO\8PMIIEt , 1902. NUMBER a7. ::mm:,m ... - .I~ I Ill:~ ·I Im. .C i . -- ~I-r~~·r c·Lw Patronize Home Enterprise, ALBERT DELAHOUSSAYE, Local Distributor for CCameron Mill & Elevator g., Mauufacturers of the following popular brands of High G rade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. A\.:k i\u' f(,or pjrit";. Albert Deaeiusay4Es e. R. H. BROUSSARD, Main Street; Near Court-house, Dealer in Groceries - and - Dry Goods. A Fine Line of Shoes. Fresh Goods, Low Prices. (;oods (dclivc' r, d ala l)point il t),\V11. 1'lioine( No. 1:77. Lease of Schoo! Land in Fourth Ward. In complian1ce- with a ro(.,lutiton of Itlurd of Schonl, Dirc'('tors for the parish of Lafa;LSytt', itdIoptdl Oc-t. 2, 19(02 1 wil...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 November 1902

VT As,,a ,. ,OUTO-,. a-SSaI 5 t asevet I. as sh Lba La. Prses vcs as Second T, November 8, 1902. L T ABSOVIATIONS. C KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, NO. 79s meets sat ad d Sun r high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Robt. H. Broussard, Secretary, ,Ls IIRTED CONFEDERATE VETERANS aes st Saturday ofd each month, at court owns. o a. m. T1T HAS OUTLIVED ITS USE FULLVNESS. Before the adoption of the new  nmatitution the present election law may have served a good pur -se~, but it has assuredly out its usefulness. In the ab ases of any qualification of the surage this complicated system -i might have been necessary for a legal elemination of the negro -te. But now that there is a surage law which can be de ;ipended upon to disfranchise the obijectionable element and toleave -the political affairs of this State entirely in the hands of the white -people, we believe every consi deration of justice and every principle of sound Republican government demands the repeal of the election law. At the electio...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 November 1902

Notice. I am applying for a pardon under convic lion for obstructing railroad track. JULEs POINTIOEUv. Lafayette, Oct. 4. 1902a. -i. C. SALLeS, * 4 DENTIST. Office on Buchanan Street. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. H. P. BeeLe, " " D ENTIST. Nollive Building, I.AFAYE II'E. LOUISIANA. GUERRE & BROUSSARD ,- SUCCESSORS TO D. V. BARDEBLED Dealers in - DRUGS - AND - PATENT - MEDICINES * Druggists' Sundries, 1ine Purtumery Toilet Soaps, Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Sta tionery, School Books, Paints and Oils and everything to be found in a first-class drug store. Prescriptions filled (lay and night. I'"Next to tlalk's Opera hIouse. C. H. MOUTON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW And Abetractor of Titles. OFFICE:-Ncext to Bank of L.afayctte. Court Hlouse Square, Lafayette. L.a. Wil practice in I.afayette, St. Martin and Ac adia Parishes. s9 7 --1oo9 . t S. R. PARKIRSON. FEI.IX I. MOUTON * Parkerson & Mouton s GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS We can write you as good a policy on your 3 life in the Equiitable or the Wash...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 November 1902

.' R I FkREE I A MORRIS CHAIR! Jst the Th;ag fjr W;te; I A Harndsorne Chiia CIost - moA . For your dining room is a -,. .and necessity-Your China. Glass i ot and pretty things are ornaments $12. when displayed in one of our . Morr.. OAK CLOSETS. rYours We have them as low as $11.00. Chair ;1 Give us a call. We will take Free ! great pleasure in showing these: also- other pretty things we PELLERIN & DECLOUET, have. Frriture and House Furnishers, PELLEIII & DeCLOUET. LAFAYETTE, L.. FREE! FREE! 7( Jhandsome $ 12. ?/orrir Char FREE ! FREE ! ITURE. r I eQ' - O Pellerin & DeClouet, ._ Furniture - and - House - Furnishers. READ OUR OFFER: ga r Lest you forget that we are henai- j... '.,1o s :--to, many rettySHADES-ALL SIZES quartcrs for all kinds of Furniture .,- :hings to tIn,'.n- -f.r les ive prices-- \Vie have all :inls--- 1.tings, car wish to ask that you call alnd inspect I 'a leS. lhair, Chiffoniers, \liirrrs, ts u . th, , c. r aud I'rics. Any color hrvn our stuck.. Our p...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 15 November 1902

WE DO ALL KINDSI OF JOB AEND US O'JE ii N 'jUL PRINTING NEATLY AND PROMFTLII WILL 1(1C.IVE. JIV. I'IJIK ONE THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. GE'. OUR i'R.C.E. .................... . . . . .. .. YEA OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1902.1 NUMBER 38. SI- m | m  ! • • ! |! • Bn m  m n | lmm I m n • m! m1m m mm  m|mmm   n1nl ! mmm ! •• ln m mmm mm n !  m m ml I•  m ! ! m!! • r!! m!| ml u | ra||rm • m Patronize Home Enterprise1 ALBERT DELAHOUSSAYE, Local Distributor for Cameron Mill & Elevator @., Mauufacturers of the following popular brands of High Grade Flours: Upper Crust, Golden Sheaf, White Dove and Blue Jay. I sell merchants only. Ask me for prices. Albert Delahoussaye. R. H. BROUSSARD, Main Street, Near Court-house, Dealer in Groceries - and - Dry Goods. A Fine Line of Shoes. Fresh Goods, Low Prices. Goods delivered any point in town. Phone No. 137. Lease of School Land in Fourth Ward. In compliance ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 15 November 1902

BY HOMER MOUTON. 941Mst d ournal of the Town and Pekrt of Lafayett. aaedat hie Lafayett. La. Pose-Ofce as econd O(Caa a Masmar. r ATURDAY, November 15, 1902. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 792 meets ast and 3d Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Adress Robt. If. Broussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS aeets sot Saturday of each month, at court house, so a. m. DOOfMED TO FAIL OURE. The Gazette has always cintended th.a any effort to organize a white RepuLlican party in the South is doomed to failure. Lafcyette Gazette. Yuu are right. Every last sinecure is pre-empted in perpetuo.-Ilarlequin. You may call it a sinecure, 1 brother, but it is nevertheless a fact that no white Republican or ganization can hope to suceed in the South. The white people of the Southern States will never trust the Republican party with theirgovernmental affairs. They never did. They had once to sub mit to force and fraud and per- t mit t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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