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***EARLY LAFAYETTE NEWS NOTES

Selected News Notes (Advertiser) 1/1/1898.

Fine line of  Gold and silver Watches at Biossat's.

Miss May Phillips is now assisting in the post office.

The circus was well patronized at the two performances.


Bad roads is the general topic of the day.

Mouton & Hopkins wish you "A Happy New Year."


Go and hear that new Musical instrument The "Criterion" at Biossat's.

Mr. T. M. Biossat went to St. Martinville on business, Tuesday.


Scarcity of matter in this number is due to holiday diversions.


New Year's presents at B. Falk.

We acknowledge receipt of a nice Christmas card from the sister of Breaux Bridge Convent.

Mr. and Mrs.W. S. Parkerson, of New Orleans, are spending New Year's at the parental home, here.

Fine line of Harmonica's at Biossat's jewelry store.

Mrs. Anita Lacoste was lucky the one that received the sewing machine at Schmulen's Racket store last Monday.


Fine rocking chairs at B. Falks's at low prices.

Mr. John Hungerford, a substantial citizen of Lake Arthur, was in Lafayette, Tuesday.

"A Thoroughbred" at Falk's Opera House, Jan. 9th, 1898.

Mr. Aug. Ledoux left for New Iberia where he will be employed in O'Bries groceries store.

Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Girard arrived Thursday from their bridal tour in Texas.


Try some of those nice Soda Crackers, at Moss Bros. & Co's. on the first day of the new year and you will want more the whole year round.


You can find almost any kind of a ladies shoe at Mouton & Hopkins you want; they have lately received a large hill of them.

Mr. J. G. Parkerson, Jr., and wife, of San Antonio, spent the holidays with their parents, Judge and Mrs. J. G. Parkerson.


New year's surprise to-night at Falk's Opera House.


Mr. L. Nollive informs his numerous that he has a Full assortment of eyeglasses of all kinds and full collection of jewelries for Christmas and New Year.

Same troupe which gave the "Wild Goose" at Falk's Opera House last year will produce "A Thoroughbred" on Sunday Jan. 9th, 1898.

Owner Patureau of the R. R. Exchange Shaving Parlor, is agent for the New Iberia steam laundry, and will be pleased to receive laundry or orders from all those wishing to send off their laundry.

Holiday goods, a variety at prices to suit the times - Mouton & Salles.

Mr. A. Lacour and daughter of Avoyelles parish spent the holiday with Mr. E. Lacour's family. Miss Marceline Lacour will enter the Convent of Mount Carmel next week.

Get your hats and caps from Mouton & Hopkins they have a nice large assortment.
Lafayette Advertiser 1/1/1898.



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