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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

AF - -ET ~7~~l~ *--~~~~~l~~ Tf .TUAIFAYE2 TE GAZETTE. SV M, k I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SAT DAY, APRIL 1, 1803. NUMBER 4. x 3...y. . . .#.- . ... . . . . .. . . . .==. -- - . -- ** dr * ******** * -* * * ,;IBR NI) -THE HILL' ý `1 h"- y wa4D he g could not knew 90'. 6n- 1 eoyrl shallows bound, shallop ran aground. ashamed of his diserace, Snot loo me in the face, 'or,-moth-r. every man," sala he, -' scorn, and only scorn. for me; - maut go forth w.th alien men Aat grapple with the world again. I cannot stay and face the truth Among the eople of my youth. Whlee- men are strange and scenes are new There may be work for me to do. And, when I have redeemed the past. I will come back to you at last. " And so I watched while my boy, Will, Went down behind the bill lie climbed the hill at early morn Beneath whose shadow he was born, He stood upon its highest place. The sunrise shining on his face; He stood there, but too far away For me to see his tears that day; y thoughts. my fears, r cannot te...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

cC. "he t' to, ar s tah Fan On iet ipeople that ay be suerng with that dread- f 4 disease. cancer. For five years I have had ed eass.minmg onmy face. I tried having it brened tl "gaadeeveral other remedies, but all of no 15 -)~t. IL was aiduced to try Hood's Sarsapa HOOD'S Sp Sarsaparilla CURES 1< htking the first bottle I could see a- sc markd changeand the third bottle almstor vi nre removed the cancer. I can't say too ' much for Hood's Sarsapsarilla. For years yIhad fc lobe carefu aout my diet but now I can eat tc lh&and digest it all right, steep elt st st ann-an tact feel like a new man" Ezona 0 V. Sum/in. n. End. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and do I aot purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists. a oi HORSES OR MULES? 61 EM "TT's COLIC RQT s is guaranteed to Cure in Every Case. lO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABLESPOONFUl. LEARNED. Muss.. Feb. a4. ,89. DEA Srs:--I do not want to be without a supply of your Emmett's Colic .nd Bots Cure as long as I own an animal subjec...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

Si.i ": 2H! IIFAYE TE GAZETTK OLU13E I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SA'TEDAY, APRIL 1, 1893. NUMBER 4. r ieHrND -THE nILt. :, Zlbeily wan Wg: he could not knw # - wesnºwayard - urrn~,, ow L^fr:" ,-. in eaa"rly shallows bound., ' 7 - sud shallop ran aground. S-- ashamed of his disgrace S w not uoof me in the face., s +or.,mothur, every man," sala be. S ae scorn, and only scorn, for me; I musa go forth wath alien men -Ani grappleo with the world again. Scannot stay and face the truth Among thepeople of my youth. - Whe- men are strange and scenes are new There may be work for me to do. And, when I have redeemed the past, I will ome back to you at last. " And so I watOhed while my boy, Will, Went down behind the hill. Rie climbed the hill at early morn Beneath whose shadow he was born, Be stood upon its highest place. The sunrise shining on his face; He stood there, but too far away Por me to see his tears that day; My thoughts, my fears, rconnot tell A-m e bl.hack his sad farewelL ndinCn f1* ,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

... - Rat T-URDAY m ;: HOMER J. MOUTON, 1U.ath 1`. Pomg-Ofafice as Second DAY, APRIL i, 1893. E .LECTURE BUREAU * B. C. Nevins. ARE the Ad,?ertisesent : SPOIL the Bursie.u The primary object of advertisement is to sell goods. The best adver . tisement is the one which will sell the most goods- et course, in the broadest sense, and vuith a view to future as well as to imme diate sale. An advertise S - ent to sell goods must do one or all of the following things : r. Attract atteption; 2. Convince the reader that he needs such goods; 3. Convince the reader that the goods offered by the advertiser are the best for for him personally on account of price, or quali ty, or for some other sat- 0 * tisfactory reason. IhAS" Paid Others; * * IVILL Pay You. A&O TIHER OFFER. Mr. John H. Humble, the gener al representative of the Ferris Sugar Manufacturing Company, Limited, operating two large refineries, one on Bayou Teche near the town of Frank lin, and the other at Barbreck, St. Landry par...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

"i-HE, GAZETTE. t$ýbstrsrrrr ! ý. Print;$x Per Year. _ We eand ost many copies of this paper to pjtaes whom we have been unable to seer ce buot whose names have been furnished to us, persons who would likey become subscribers, B c hlpttilnue.to send them until notified Mr do soreg non-refusal to receive t g a VAh to be considered sub ib . The subscription price is so low cha.tI. os per year--that we hope every eh will become subscribers, and send us the amount ofsesscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. al hi Picnics are decidedly in. fashion. By atlmea5s we must have that street sprinkler. Mr. Abe Solomon and Miss Flora Plonsky w left for Alexandria, La., Monday. tt Our younig friend R. J. Domingeaux, of Skoyville called at The Gazette office Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. H. Labe visited their brother, s .-M.A. Labe, this week. to Mr. S: Leopold, of Berwick, Is visiting Mr. * had Mrs. A. Labe. G Miss Delia Robb, of Morgan City, is the .%uest of her sister, Mrs. fIenry Church. t * Mrs. G. W. Scrant...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

Removed by Three of Hood's SXi m taPlo thisstlateenator the beneat aS as.ip tmktyt I.e sufferiag with that dread zi..laeai. esanoer. For afive years I have had ein epmy tmaoe. Itriedhaving it brned  s several other remedies, but all of no - :' I was Induced to try Rood's Sarsapa Sarsaparilla CURES _s___ sout my diet but now I can eat Saed diget it all right, sleepwell at tht ildn Ieoftel like a new man." ELOfIU SHS K*5,I on. Id. Modl's Pills are purely vegetable, and do not pusge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists HORSES OR MULES? gMMETT'B COLIC: O7 $ is guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. O IIE UCINS-DOSE: OWE TABLESPOONFUL. LEARrsED, iss., Feb. a, o9 a. Dna Sins:-! do not want to be without a supply of your Emmett's Colic and Dots Cure as iag sa I own an animal subject to the above named diseases. Am a farmer, owner and breeder of horses, cows and hogs. I have used the Specifdic in a good number of cases. and in -ereiinstace, found it fully as good as recoin lmended. There...

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 April 1893

- -.,*,4 EII LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. V:: OLUME- I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1893. NUMBER 5. - &hXTEWRS CAREER. - .Wby - h Consented to Bee Ut . Throngh Woodeon's Eyes: TIe dining-car was in a shimmer of ' 1 ight=1-The dead white of heavy linen, the opsalscent glint'of glassware and' thee giet gleam of silver trembled to getiera in the swift motion of the train. iass Baxter, who had but recently :leffor berth, dropped into a seat and leaned back a moment, dazed by this lavish waste of color. Then she hast ened to draw the curtain and throw the blue square of shade over her cor ner of the table, sighing as she settled down Vain and all the painful scene of b.he .evening before came surging baik. She Yelt alf a notion to lay her head oq the )'6le and cry outright She Iglscowa instead and fingered her ring--Jl~ ing--while her glasses grew misty. She wondered whether she should;have kept the ring now that it njonger meant anything, The question was still undecided wnael...

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 April 1893

to mngthe. se man who said : thing to what is : and you will what is called :o in advertising. the st advertisement ble- the .one of all that will be ost like bin yon. b estwsa. "see t , bly fid that will have -- good- luck" in advertising. - , AS Paid Othirs; I.-IL Pay Yeu. S ICE FACTORY, apit3ists, manufacturers and _ rsterested in watching oppor to enrich themselves are cast " I? theites on Lafayette. contents of the letter pub & below bears the impress of " ,.and no doubt-the parties the information asked, are .g to invest their money in the ice factory here would have $ e territory to supply, and the emantd would be sufficient to en 3Io ia fair profit on the investment. 'ýj1t:it would be the means to 'iestablishment of other enter iii. smust be conceded. Just Iu t would furnish us with steam .owr rand with that assured a sys :iter o@ electric lights becomes a tong probability; it would give us aplentiful supply of water, and with ~ha rwithin easy access, a fire de part...

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 April 1893

.ft papet to :6lta unable to see, e tfanished to us, r lybecomte subhcribetls, thest until notified resal to receive to be consddeted sub. tidsclptloa price is so low .er --that we hope every subscribers, and fetnd us the ption. W AND COUNTRY. for a gooi shave and hair Wilts, night telegraph operator at Swas in Lafayette Sunday. algasager entered the home of Mr. °: F.V. C. Triay on Wednesday the 5th. . s . Cora Pitre, of Washington, has been h adsa g some pleasant days in Lafayette . l: :tk .rlees. Mres. Eugene Gardner, of Washington, who had been on a visit to her mother, Mrs. .Marshi, turned home Wednesday. - -Miss Marie Revillon went with Mrs. E. .l holsa to Lake Arthur, where she will - Mr. - . VanderCrysen, editor f the - Ureax Bridge Union, was in Lafayette Mon ayr oa business. - . Roe. E. "Cunningham, the hustling yo, g editor of the Rayne Ranger called t 'i' isette office Monday. Miss M Emily Olivier, from Duchamp, was " the guest of Mrs. Eraste Mouton and daugh "ets, dur...

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 April 1893

lease s tsMe crohks lie, i ar Sowe, ! s br, .e .ta i ltss tagoes: Aa.mk thekstpr swings, -eeem tp on the dimpling brfay moves his outspread wngs, - sahooth snd as gay as silk. iSn the spring house the white stones Stheaads so damply cool, th' corner's shadow deep Sbhickory miking'stool. a maple overhead. ,-s ulýrisapz brown lear like a whisper ftalls, ins and out through its gravely bed The current clear of the spring stream mown n the spring house Margery sits. Dreaming soft of the days to be, eartug a lower to tiny bits. With "He loves me not, he loves but me:" Oat in the orchard the apples strew The dewy grass with their russet and gold. ' hat mark the time when the west wind blew His Challenge rude through the tree-tops old. Down in the spring house a quick step falls, A strong hand rattles the wooden latch, aebo tdy into the twilight omll. And something happened I did not catch: But twocame loitering through the trees And lingered long by the rustic gate. S iAa an echo speak...

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 April 1893

STHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE.. )VOLU7ME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1893. NUMBER 6. - _ _ __ _0 BOM1E STRANGE PEOPLE. Dilfert Races Represented at the World's Fair. What Private Enterprase Is Doing for the Columblan Ezpolieoun-Rare Sights on Midway Platsance Types of Javanese. [BSpeoal Chicago Correspondenoao A walk through the world's fair would be incomplete unless it would take one beyond the confines of what we of the western world call civilization. We like to look at beings who are low erinthe scale of development, and then pat ourselves on the back and feel hap py that we are not like them. To show these people was not strict ly within the objects for which the ex position company was legally incor porated. It had to be left to private enterprise. And by this means the ex position has been urounded out in a way that gives it a charm which only things which are odd and outlandish can bestow. .. 'VOMEN OF JAVA. Thus one of the most. interesting divisions of the fair was go...

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 April 1893

.` fi. omOiee as Second A.. R.L is, i893. S CRARGE. del.ivered a strong, logical charge last Mon ',e openrag of the present District court. first impressed the with the gravity 6f the the law required them nm He explained to them fuld-u1lly the nature of the they. had assumed ; that ehere in the interest of nt, and the execution b that high trusts were inthem, and grave res l.s attendled their.actions. S.t.i that in reference to duties they had no disc on ; - ,wey.er. unpleasant they fay d Ieither had to be -per S:iiy,-in the letter and spirit stnructions received, or that ads sworn officers of the law, to to be, recreant to their trusts, ; to the oath they had taken. ?=:>He remin. ded them that a refusal to 'perform their duty, when they,or t:eitr of them, had knowledge of a -"iolation of the law, was a crime against which the law itself provided a severe punishment. He instructed .:thefm carefully, patiently, and in ý"anaguage they could not fail to un  rtand, as to what...

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. — 15 April 1893

oat many copies of this paper to horn we hiave been unable to see, as nmes have been furnished to us, 'wh`, iow ould likely become subscribers, pue to send them until notified . do.., gardignon*-rfusal to receive ndicating a wish to be considered sub s ssfi~ . The subscription price is qo low :; ilo"ai per year-that we hope every sqbscribers, and send us the -. . TOWN': 'o AND COUNTRY. 1Di Gastoa Gladn, niow a practising phy iiai of ermA teau, is visiting his family. "Ms. Wam. Kelley is visiting in New Or ' - "This being court week a large number of strangers are in town. Mother Hyacinth of the Washington con . vent, and Misses Curley and Splan, were visjlrs. atthe convent at this place. Mfr. L. S. Bailey after spending a few " days in town has returned to her home in .usan. • -Dr. A. R. Trahan has rettrned from T w O:rleans. Dr. Trahan will practice in- fa yette. . Miss Maggie Palmer, sister of Mrs. James l Mitchell, who has bean seriously ill for some time, is on a fair way t...

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. — 15 April 1893

; e : a. lthe N .:: a saibt - x e te e y e.mea. CUREC Vi'`.-..'th?,A , _ t d M·, - iii o tth. O thi drj - G- vol i taken oebd's'- parilla ava E1 ath stZamsalsfid it Isan ezuleatwreuedy. -". oeos x r have ba Ub iar .i, asooot o `dyS- but teatp ellm rightetato lei e1Qw toahouler, so sever:efeared no tiHiold-Lose the Us. of It.` cm S_ Stm better soon after I began with Hood's an S ,,a. olaw and when I had tlkes four bottles :." ' ehmatis entirely leis me, oIawsI eeaa co w a nissterofthe M. E. church 4 0eera, and lme hers of sedentary habits hare sered S thi rta -;i peti food digested w to, ue , te ýS . ,in ` I vote for Hood's."a R ins aR, ioh for. Vt. - aod'sngPills are the r besters. ter-dinner P ;1s PfLls.aeaet·4igestion. cure headache: 250 im i. L.LYONS & O.1 Proprietors, t di S" ugust Flower" w that if it had not been Vfor August rc ow I should have died bore s guarand sufferteed to one butre SdyspEveyptic c an. I employed NO" DUUCiOINS-DOSE': ONETBLE POOALW IW. 01 Lx *m...

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. — 22 April 1893

SLAFAY GAZETTE. - `'':VOLUME I. LAF'AYETTE, LA., SATrURDAY, APRIL 22, 18Oa. SU DAHi JOHNSINUi'S SERMON. s'smgsi't to ta ke a ter' dis mornin' t rapgs ne, 'SBeua ptn i/i• prinoepul you wants Sa An¢ds wiell gib it to you in my motestsolems SSoh all lives in glass houses, doan yoe Sgit to frowin' stones." Dah's a mitey sight of wickedness a gwyin to en 1 w,' And 'de bble's alays on de watch taw slmmnhs So, lesp.ob eye out fob yose't, an' not foh Brudder Joneas * "W hen-yoh sll-lves in glass houses, doan you git to frowin' stones." Wheasyoh meets a slstah comin' wit a ribbon in er hat, - )oan think the sistah's glttin' vain, taw, when it comes to dat, Des gaze upon yoh speckled tie, an' msay in hum ble tones: "When yob all lives in glass houses, dean yoh git to frowin' stones." If amenibel o' dis church ob mine goes strayin turnum de way, De sawd'll sholy ledge him on de final jedge* ment day; But de bred'rin all mus' he'p him faw to fin' de' straightee' path An' sospe de sutn turrers...

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. — 22 April 1893

4 Year. ithis paper to usable to see, ' ` i een furnished to us, porrorn wl 4a*j ld ilkely becomesubscribers, _ -,: and sils~.Lon.luueh( • l o send them until notified I {tibdos* pegasdingeon-refisal to receive i. - siE.leatig a wish to be considered sub b`rilrs. The subscription price is so low --one dollas per year-that we hope every one will become subscribers, and send us the aiount of subpription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. '1.i W, B. 'Bailey is having an ahnex built to his house. .Mrs. Livron is having some repairs made to the front of her hotel building. Mr. W. F. Beatty, a deictist from Crow ley, was in Lafayette Wednesday. Our good friend Numa Breaux from Prai rie Basse was in town Tuesday on business. Lalies and children haircutting at domi cile. L. P, Bagarry The Gazette's friend, Clerfe Sonnier, fatP Scott, called to shake hands Monday. 'Tie political cauldron, for the town of fices, to be elected on the the first of May, is simmering. Pierre Bernard, a substantial planter fro...

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. — 22 April 1893

-t the 0lg S MOUTON, comple ~opxsTrros. To t SLa. Po-Ofwc as Second before - . ever e: APRILH 22, 1893. the "r France WJVLLL IHA VE ONE. donati is ropm for sugar refineries purpo _e.etal other manufactuiing en- ters w in the several towns of the liver And each of these towns, wishes GaEaette makes bold to predict, In . h- save one or more, in course of an ac: 1togi-.nd the time is limited only suf5ci to the energy and enterprise- dis- factui played by the people. doubt Appearances indicate that Caren- neces -ro will be the first to land a facto- finery -y, athough not long ago rumors hood were. rife to the effect that two 'gen- ter 1 tleman of means, and residents of ready The neighborhood, had joined their Nc .capital for the purpose of- erecting to da a refinery within .a mile or so of ish o Broussardville, but it failed to ma terialize Qwing to one of the gen- ports tiehnan fanling to come to time. mitte The Gazette thinks that if the give acreage now devoted to the cultiva- the...

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. — 22 April 1893

Swla 0!a ti Swa and freh usea POr .. p e boiary, Ibu the es nlrst ry t y tabelbs le sm ewthle , itthte I Should Lose the U.. of It. K felt better soon after I bsen wit Hood's Yotheas of sedentry hbi ve suel HOOD'S at tb dr ,> W.IF. Ptiasgi sh ro ving taken oodrs ap Sarilla fe sp months mpepatidad it s an llen but remedy. i tir yearoos I h ave had ienatl aes, ai goodt py weiple body, but esdellIaU myD right arm le I felt better son after I began wirth Hood's AS aood'sl, anPd when I had t ateour bttinner the beumatism entirely left me. I as been acc Pllaster of the M. E. church 0 ears, and io.e wow others of sedentary habits have sufered MOO TD''S a Sarsaparilla CURES t with Dyspepsal and Isnesuosnnl but while is taking Hood's Slsaparilla I have had a good S5 appetite, food digested wello, I gp ured.ew e ean. , ooý}" +3ý'' ýýr..` Y ot ftor Hood's." M ood'sa Pig are the best after-dinner P Plsassistn igestion, oare headache. L. 1 r ls guaranteed to Cure In Evepy Case. O DRENCHING-...

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. — 29 April 1893

.m ..... I ul n l l| II~m ..nn ni..... . ..n ... . .in .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. u.n.nnm . n . .. nuunnmn Iu mmnm Im hai, I mm ,,Dram as nn mmm nn n n n i maeI I m ea aI u e ma la im u liMuunmm THE LaAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1893. NUMBER 8. [Copyright, 1B9, by the Author.] E WAS the veriest old bachelor that ever wore s ho o e-leather, wvas Mr. George Barnet -c cce nt ric, precise, and-oh, so proper! Why, bless you, he wouldn't have taken Mrs. Jones' rootl at all it she had been youngish and the least good-looking. The ft rat thing he asked her was if she took in ladies. lie couldn't dream of taking lodgings there if "Oh! dear no, sir," he was promptly assired, with a twinkle of fun in Mrs. Jones' optical organ. "I never take no ladies; they're too troublesome. Mine is only for gentlemen." On which Mr. Barnet permitted him self to be shown the front parlor and the first-floor back room, let with it for a bedroom. Mrs. Jones marched ,in,...

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. — 29 April 1893

'ED EVERY: SATURDAY SA. THO S " c AND. o HOMER J. MOUTON, PROPRIETroS. Igred at the Lafayetr La. PotO4ice as Second 7 .C. . Matter. r SSAT'URDAY, APRIL 29, 1893. THE LECTURE BUREAU SPARE the dr'ertisenment : t SPOIL the Business. , By putsing a well-displayed, =well - c structed advertise ment in the local paper, you can bring your goods to the notice of every buyer in town. .Then if you have something which the public need, good iesults will be forthcoming. It was a wise man who said: "Leave nothing to what is called ' luck' and you will generally be what is called *lucky.. " So in advertising. Secure the best advertisement obtainable- the one of all others that will be most like ly to bring you business. Then see that it goes in the 4 - local paper, and you will probably find that will have "'good luck" in advertising. IA.S Paid Others; IVILL 'Pay You. A HOPEFUL STRA W. Saturday last, at the sale of the effects of the estate of the late Emile Creighton, some two hundred acres of l...

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