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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 14 February 1903

• W~PV - --,- ' - - - - " " - * Je ** E LAFAYETTE GAZE T.E. OLFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUIS!AA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1903.R VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUIS.AN.A, SATURDAY, FEBRUaRY 14, 1903. NUMBER / •l rail •111 • ! m  I HI· iN Ri lil e e· I im le a... ,eaD.,. . •, . . ,, , . in... n • l ei aRi n e  emDd. Why Not Give Your Pocket-book a Chance - By Trading With- The Lacoste Hardware Store? We handle the largest and most complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements, Harness, Etc., and at the lowest prices, a fact which cannot be disputed. Is it not a good business policy for you to come to this store and find out for yourself? That is all we ask. We do not fear competitors. We court that near the court-house square. The La-oste Hard are Store Long Distance Phone 126. Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute. LAFAYETTE, - LOUISIANA. A State Institution for the instruction of both sexes in the Arts, Sciences, Manua...

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. — 14 February 1903

IsOm = MOUTON. _Jrw ete of the Town and Iwrsth- of Latayotte. St I.s t.atayette . .. Passt- ce as Sarond Y, February 14, 1908. ASSOCIAT IONS. CATHIOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, II1 NO. 792 meets slot and 3d Sun after high mass, at lnome Fire Co. hall. Robt. 1. Broussard, Secretary, e, La. UNITEID CONFEDERATE VETERANS m iet ast Saturday f each'helath, at court. athe,. 0o a. mn.. - TIHE ONLY RE.IEDY. Last Saturday's Gazette con tained a very thoughtful contri bition from the pen of Dr. N. P. Moss. Dr. Moss contends with much reason that the failure of hundreds of men to pay their poll tax is attributable to illiter Sacy, rather than to a lack of patriotism. We believe that Dr. Moss is eminently right. Most of these men who temporarily disfranchise themselves by fail ing to pay the poll tax are not unpatriotic. When the South called her sons to the defense of constitutional liberty and the crucial test of civic devotion was made on the field of battle, none responded with more alacrity tha...

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. — 14 February 1903

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. COUNTRY PROPERTY. S6o arpents, 3 miles nortbhwest of Scott. Residence with 5 rooms; good, * barn, corn cribt, chicken house; pecan, oak and china trees; six acres of su gar cane. Fur sale on easy teruts. 130 arpents, 2 miles northwest of Lafayette. Residlence with 7 rooms; one negro cabin, large bIarn, a5 acres of timber land, 95 acres first year so gar cane, under good fence. h.: For sale on easy terms. 3.32 arpents, southwest of L.afayette, with goodi residence, two barns; all new; fresh water running through the place. Price, o,500o; 300oo cash, balance on one, two, three and four years. 471 arpents, two miles northeast of Lafayette with brick residence, six large rooms, a frame residence for overseer, three negro cabins, two large barns, 70 arpents of cane on the place, under good fence. 65o arpents, sevel nmiles north of town and one lmile sortlh of Carenlcro,, on public road, a large fralme residence containing seven rootsns, with riin* S loIe room and kitc...

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. — 14 February 1903

)' SOCIETY. On Sunday afternoon Mrs. V. - i. O ,Roy was hostess at a very de 1 httFuI Protgressive Flinch party. e. r a'tlstio home in Johnson St. was enhanced by a large collec tion o. potted plants, foliage and outfowers interspersed through out the entrance ball and parlor, the same er:ect extend;ng to the S dining room. A ter e;.ht exciting i ames the fir..t pr:ze, a costly vcse, 'ell to tbe lt of Miss Zelia Ch:istian and to Mrs. A. B. Denbo was given the consolation, , dainty violet bowl. Mrs. M. Meriwether was awarded the booby. A tempting lunch was served from savory dishes, and celic ious ices completed the repast. Tne sweet music o_ a string band added much to the enjoyment of the afternoon. The guests present we 'e: Mmes. E. F. Baker, E. L. Stephens, J. A. Roy, C. Girard, J. J. Davidson, C. Beraud, J. L. KIennedy, T. N. Blake, A. B. Denbo, B. J. Pe';erin, J. A. Martin, T. M. Biossat, W. A. Le Rosen, T. E. Hopkins, jr., M. Meriwether, N. P. Moss, L. J. Alleman, L. Mayer', B...

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. — 21 February 1903

- - -~ WE Ix) ALL KINDS OF JOB TESEND US ONE DOLLAR AND YOU ..,,D.oo.o THE LAFAYET'TE GAZETTE. """ ..o.,o,....O GE OUR 'PRICES . :AR........... .................... OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAF.:YETTE. VOLU.ME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1903. NUMBER Why Not Give Your Pocket-book a Chance ----By Trading With- The Lacoste Hardware Store? We handle the largest and most complete line of Hardware, Buggies, Wagons, Farming Implements, Harness, Etc., and at the lowest prices, a fact which cannot be disputed. Is it not a good business policy for you to come to this store and find out for yourself? That is all we ask. We do not fear competitors. We court that near the court-house square. The Lacste HardTare Store. Long Distance Phone 126. Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Instituite. LAFAYETTE, - LOUISIANA. A State Institution for the instruction of both sexes in the Arts, Sciences, Manual ''raining, Domestic Science and Commer cial Branches. Offers f...

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. — 21 February 1903

GAZETTE. PV UBLSuED BY IIOMEU MOinTO .'J O fflaal Journal of the Town and Parish of Lafayette. rn:.-r.:." at th | '- .. ,' o,-t:- 1.... Y "t-()It -C(· · .., t r, nd C,. .i.;J n r. SATURDAY, February 21, 1903. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA1 IONS. CATlI,.IC KNIGIITS OF AM:ERICA, IiRANCII NO. 79y= tn:ets Irt and 31 Sun days after lhigh mass, at Il,me Fire Co. hall. Address Rot:. II. L3roussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS meets 1st Saturday of each month, at court house. Io a. m. A BOSS WIT-H A VENGP' ANVCE. "Gas" Addicks, the boss of the Delaware Republicans, has issued his. pronunciamento to the people of that Commonwealth virtually claiming its dictator ship. Political bosses have wielded power and controlled legislatures and corrupted whole electorates in the past, but the manhood of a State never was more grossly insulted than by the frank confessions of this arch-corruptionist to his own infamy. The whole country was recently e:ated to witness the inglorious end o...

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. — 21 February 1903

A REAL ESTATE AGENCY. ` ()o arpets. 3 r itiles Inolthi lwit of Scott. Residence with 5 ri, lin; goodl I .ru, corn crib, chicken Ihouse; p1"ca.n, nk .n.. chiina tree; six acres of sit- . gar LIne. Fo,,r sale on carey, t. s. o30 ai pelts, 2 miles northwc:it of Lafayette. Resblence with 7 rtotoms; one negro calin, larg barn, 15 acres of titmber an 111, IS acres first year sut gar cane, under go eii fenc'e. ' For nlale on easy terms. -32%- arpents, southwest of I.afayette. with go*x) residence, two barns; all .iew; tre;h water running through the place. Price, $1,500; $300 cash, balance ontll one, two, three and four years. 0 471 arpn"e.ts, to mliles northeast of Iafayette with brick rcsilence, six l arge roons, a frame reshilece for overseer, three Ingro clabins, two large birns , 70 arpents of c-ne on the place, under good fej e. 650 anrpents, seven miles nor th of town andI one n l sorth t#Carencrii, on public roadl, a large frame res lence contantilng s, ven roeams, with din- . i...

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. — 21 February 1903

EMR:tHIAL TO DR. J. L. M. CURRY. (Buried in Richmond. Suntday. Feb. .S. t. ) MY FRIENDS: To-day there rests in Virgi ila's sacred ground the mortal frame of one of the noblest spirits, in my humble esteem. of any that drew breath in America: Dr. J. L. M. Curry, soldier, statesman, orator, minister, educator, historian, ambassador, trustee of philanthropy and edu cation-in every sense the truest type of the chivalrous .Southern gentleman. He has fought the good fight, he has kept the faith, and now is gone to his long home. They have buried him from the chapel of Richmond College in Virginia, where he was once a distmguished professor. His noble life was of so great worth and was so strong a pillar of our Southern civilization, that for his epitaph might well be written the old Latin inscription: "(.emit Ecclesia; plorat Academia: Sed Coclurn plaudit, dum ille ingreditur In gaudium I)omini." "-The Church groans; the Academy moue ns: But Heaven applauds, as he enters Into the joy of ...

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. — 28 February 1903

WE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB *2 . - RINTNG NEATLY AND PROFPTLFI. " H E --ISENI) US ONE DOLLAR AND YOU HE LAFA ETTE GAZETTE. AR................... QFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PABISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X./ LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1903. NUMBER A. Garden SEEDS . In Bulk ANI) Packages Fresh Garden 4 Seeds At the Pharmacy,I money by ' buying your seed from u. , Partition Sale. Mario E. Gauche, widow et als vs. Winfield W. Gauche, et als --Eighteenth Judicial Dis trict Court, No. 4259, La fayette Parish, La. Ily virtue of the judgment and decree ,of the Hlonorable Eighteenth Judicial District Court. in and for the parish of Lafayette, La., in- the above entitled and numbered case, dated Dee. 29, 1902, 1, 1. A. Ilrous sard, sheriff of the parish of Lafayette, I.a., will sell at pulhe auction, to the last and highest tiddler, at the front ldoor of the court-hottse of this parish, between legal sale hours, ,n the ter ns antl conditions hereinafter mentiunned, on Saturday...

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. — 28 February 1903

w" aOMus MOUTON, rauaU of es Tvown ond V3tae% et Lafevette. al rt e t..taverss I a. Pa', *, .. . a l - .p ' "iG·ay.lrY February 28, 1908. hh'VOLENT .t SOU I ATIINa. CA,'IHt.Il KNIGHTS OF AMLERICA, •IANCIH NO. 79g meets Is, antl 3i S.,n a ter high asuaa, at I.hec Fire Co. hall. Re lat. II. reensanrt. Secretary, Lfayette, l.a. UNITED CONFEIERATE VETERANS tR SSa l ss b itt.ses.) t.ai. n.'alth, s t court IIae. 3o a. m. TR;I. PRI.A RY ELECTIO .'. It may not be generally known that the primary, which is to take place in this town on the 4th of March will be a legal election, held under the laws of this State. The act which legalizes prima ries in Louisianaand under which the primary of March 4 will be conducted imposes certain pen alties for the violation of any of its provisions. The law recog nines the right of political parties to make nominations and affords all the protection necessary to enable each party to have an b honest and free expression of its choice in the selection (of...

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. — 28 February 1903

.R-EAL ESTATE AGENCY. COUN''ItY PROPI'ETY. 6q arirnits. 3 miles nothwest of Scle. Resilen,-e with 5 rooms; iti.,I I|arn, cora cric, chicken h ouse; |pecan,  uk and ch!ina Irees; asx acres of its gatr Can. Fa r satl- n, eaesy ter la. I. 0 arpents, 2 miles northwue.t of Lafayette. Iesidlence willt 7 roins; "ine negreL utalin. largk I.iara, a acres of timlaer Iss I, Ij acres lirst year su gar cane, undler go,..1 fence,. For 4aer ,n easy terms. 325J arpents, southwest of Ilafayette. with goK.n reai tence*, two Ihars; all oaw; tresh water running thr.ugh the place. Price, I.,0oo; s300 cash. balance on one, two, three anl four years. 471 arpenls, twit miles northetast of I.afayette with brick resideal ce. lix large roloms, a frame redi Itlrce trl overseer. three negro cabins,. twou large burns. 7o arpents ot catne cn te place. utnder ge-ed f,'ce.$` 65o arpents, seven siles ,norlh elf toswn antd one mtlile r .ril of Carencr.,. on putelic road, a large frame red tlesce contamning sv.., r,...

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. — 28 February 1903

-'F ho Attorney letter is self-ex , It setties the several which have arisen tthe law relating to the of primaries. A roa iT GastaAL's OvFtca, SSTATs of - LOVISIANA, NEW OtLArs, LA., FIt, a6, 1903. . Hoa. Charles D. Caffery, Mayor of Lafayette, . Lafayette, La. My .Dear Sir-I understand from your sletter a land last., that you would be pleasd to have my opinion upon the follow ntg poitts;'to- wit: S asst. Whether the payment of a poll tax for the two years ntext preceding the year of a primary election is a pre requisite to the right to vote at such primary; S ad. Whether the payment by a woman of a poll tax charged against her at the time of layment by her, of the t axes assessed against her property can be made to enure to the advantage of her husband, and whether he can avail himself of such pay meat by his wife so as to entitle him to vo,te the same as if he had made the payment himself; 3rd. Whether a person who ntay be a candidate for a position or rffi-ce of merber of a tow...

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. — 7 March 1903

PRINTING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY. . eg gs +,.ot+..+o+++++**+++** .... __. RIC THE LAFETTEAZT..... OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TilE PARIMII ANDI) TOWN OF LAFlAYEITE. VOLUME Xy LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1903. NUMBER .. ,.SSeds. Se s. Garden SEEDS. In Bulk ANI) Packages Fresh Garden Seeds At the Moss Pharmacy, OU can save money by buying your seed from us. ·,·f"Pcd;·, Partition Sale. Marie E. Gauche, widow et als vs. Winfield W. Gauche, et als -Eighteenth. Judicial Dis trict Court, No. 4259, La fayette Parish, La. Bly virtue of the judgment ant decree of the Ilonorablle Eighteenth Judicial D)istrict Court, in and for the parish of L.afayette, La., in the above entitled and numberted case, ldated Dlec. 29, 9oo2, I. T. A. Itroum sard, sheriff of the parish of L.afayette, 1.1., will sell at public auction, to the last andl highest bI,ldder, at the front door of the court-house of this parish, bIetween lel:.I sale hours, on the tei nis and conditions hereinafter mentiioned, on Saturday,...

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. — 7 March 1903

')D, NOl MOUTON. o.f hme Town and ~nbI of L fmyette.  ths t.atayetle I.. P. st-Ofc, n Second -8ATaDAY, March 7, 1908. -'-,L- ..... 5lvOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, IANCH NO. 792 meets 1st and 3,1 Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. S Adldress Robt. II. Broussard, Secretary, - afayette, La. UNITE-D CONFEDERATE VETERANS m eests at Saturday of each month, at court boase, iso. at. ARCBISHOP IRELAND 0.. TIE NEGRO QUE.STION. Once in a while public discus sions of the race question are enlivened by singular utterances from the clergy. Not long ago Archbishop Ireland gave his views on the subject of the much discussed negro. The distin guished Catholic prelate is re ported as having expressed him self in favor of giving to the black man all the rights guaranteed to him by the Federal constitution. He is quoted as being an advo cate of political equality, who would not deny to the negro the right of the suffrage, despite the fact that he has shown himself ...

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. — 7 March 1903

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. COUNTItY PROl'~tll' Y. 6o arpe'tl. 3 mIiles no4 thwest of Scolt. iesidl.-c withl S ro. is; g,.,.i l.trn, corn crib, chicket lhotse; pecan, ank 1and china, tre'es; six ncres of so . nr .ane. Flr 4isale ,.I C:sy terms. 471 .aLI rts4 , Iwo nli!ela northeas.t o.f La.fayette with I,rick residence. , six large rooms, it frame residence for ovt-rieer, three ntgro, v:1,ini, two large Iarns,. o70 arplntis of ane on the plaice. ullder go.1 fence. 65o0 rplt'1s, s.ve.n miles n,. th of town a i onc 1 mile 3 ,Drlh of Canrncru, on ipublic roadt, large frame iesrlence contlaiing iseven . to s, With 4l111 4F r.mll an.l kitchen adjoining, ten cabins, three |b.ns, two sheds, wind ill, pear and ipeach orcha-l. 11 acres of. nane; fenll'cd. S oo0 arpents rice laI in V'erianion pari.h, lair If un:r Canls at $20 per arpent. So00 eil', four niles .Vest of l.nfa Ctte, (e mril,: suth of Sctt, with ailce rootl, residence, 8 c.almts, ro, la s. a h *I'l of fInus, 25 head horned c1attl...

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. — 7 March 1903

i he Attakapasian. dARCEL.LE EiLO . E:ditor. + A Official Journal of the Attakapas Literary Society of the Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute. N11'4 1a1NN1Nassassassass as Last Friday night the Avatar held its first literary ;fen·g, and the several mem < bers on the program are deseryv y lg of great credit. The Atta Ch bids it to continue doing t, good work in the future as it S6does at its outset, so that it will  be the means in some respects, of bringing to light more fully all the good that exists in the Attakapas, for the latter only needed a rival to waken it. The Attakapas met at its usu!l time on Saturday night. . large number of friends of thl Institute and members oi tile Society were present, and it is believed that every one present enjoyed the evening. The pro gram was interesting and well rendered. New members signed the con stitution and the society was very pleased to welcome as hon orary members, Mr. B. Schmu len and Miss Stailey. All of our'friends and...

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. — 14 March 1903

DO ALL KINDS OF JOD DOLLAR AND YO NEATLY AND PROMFPTIA. [ THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. . UR PRICES...... I 171 II CA ------ -- E L E ZE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME XI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1903. NUMBER 3. mI mI mI • m · 11 1 m •·1 • m m1 mm11·1 ms m •1 1 ms m mmmmm mm mmm • mI m· m m EBRG -:4. IttUS: Will appear with the Children of Lafayette on Sunlay, March * 4 It will also con tain the chatty .and unique let ter by the talent ed Dorothy Dix, and notable fash ion articles writ ten by a South ern Woman. We will have an ex tra flarge supply Sof Picayunes to meet the demand.: Moss Pharmacy, O OR stock of Garden Seeds was never larger than this year. We have a quan tity of Golden Dent corn, Sorg hum, German millet, E s s e x rape, Bermuda grass, Russian sunflower seeds, Lespedeza clo ver, and many other kinds of Garden Seeds in bulk, at New Orleans prices. Partltion Sale. Marie E. Gauche, widow et als vs. Winfield W. Gauche, et als -Eigh...

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. — 14 March 1903

ASU E. D BY BOMER MOUTON. dal Journal of the Town and Perlsh of Lafayette. I a l dat the Larfayette I.. Pat-ORfcr .,s Sfcond Clas Matter. SATURDAY, March 14, 1908. BENEVOLENT ASSOC'IATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCII NO. 792 meets Ist and 3dl Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Address Robt. II. Broussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS meets 1st Saturday of each. month, at court thouse, so a. m. WE ARE TEN/ YEARS OLD. On account of an error made in the weekly change of its num bers the fact that The Gazette completed the tenth year of its existence on Feb. 28, ultituo, was unnoticed by us. The Gazette has no reason to regret the first decade in its career. It is pleased to be able 1 to say that it has achieved a fair measure of success. It had a modest beginning, it is still an unpretentious country sheet, but it hopes it will be pardoned the boast that its work in this community has not been al together fruitless. If it is per- . mitt...

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. — 14 March 1903

REAL ESTATE AGENCY. UOUNTItY PROP'U'tE V. 60 arpents, 3 miles northwest of Scott. Reside.it e witih 5 roomui; goil f> ~barn, corncrib, chicken house; Inpcan, oak and china trees; hst acres of su gar cane. For sale on easy terms. 47  yptnlt, two mieus northeast of Lafayette with brick re4i-lence, six large rooms, a frame resilence for overseer, thre-e negro calins, two large barns, 70 arpents of cane on the place, under good fence. 650 arpents, seven miles inorth of town ar.d one nmile sorth of CarenecrI , on public road, a large frame eusilence conltat;:itng seven rooms, with ,iii ina room and kitchen adjoining, ten cabins, three lar.n, two sheds, wind mill, pear and peach orchard, I to acres of cane; fenceId. too arpents rice land in Vermilion parish, near Ihouter Canal it $2o per arpent. provements. 'rice, 5,ooo. rtin pr 273 aspents ,f line la.nd, three miles south of Rayne, ln.. gith good improvements; a deep water 8 incch well with compllcte , Stchitncry t p, wa r 2oo acres...

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. — 14 March 1903

The Attakapasian. vanseRCA.I.I BI.O.I. IeaIor. The Offioial Journal of the Attakapas Literary Society of the Southwestern Louisiana Industrial Institute. , . ** *asasasaessssasasasss The Attakapas met and enter .tained their many friends last .. " aurday night. The program as good, but might have been much better if some of the mem bers on it had not missed the p Society to attend the League en & tertainment. New numbers had to be introduced just before the meeting opened. This change, however, did not alter the pro gram very much, but I think, showed what good material we have in our society. 1 have been asked several times how many members the Attakapas had and am pleased to answer that the roll has sixty fair names. The meeting of the Rules of Order Club was another inter esting function last week. The program opened with a delight ful piece on the piano by Miss E. Trahan. Dr. Stephens pleased his audience very much by giving us a talk on some of his railroad ing experiences...

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