Lafayette Adviser 9 December 1903



Mr. WW Duson accompanied by his daughter and niece, Misses Mayme and Lola passed through Thursday on their way to New Orleans.

Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Carter, of Crowley, were in town Monday.

Dr. and Mrs. Terry's little baby girl, Corita, was quite sick Saturday, but is better now.

Lazaar Domingue, of Carencro, was an appreciated caller at The Advertiser office Saturday.

Mrs. AE Mouton spent a few days in Jennings last week.

Miss Maxim Beraud, who has been attending the Whitworth Female College, returned Wednesday to spend the holidays at home.

Miss Clara LeBlanc, who was the guest of Miss Irma Voorhies, left for her home in Abbeville Friday.

Albert Durand, of St. Martinville, was in town Thursday for the euchre.

Jack Fournet, of St. Martinville, has accepted a position as teacher of the Isle de Cannes school.

Miss Odille Smith will teach the Sellers school near Royville.

Mrs. Ratzburg is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. Demanade. She came Monday.

Misses Nellie Duhon and May Mosher, after a delightful visit to Mr. Horace Broussard's family, returned to Crowley Monday.

Lastie Broussard, who is now domiciled in Rayne, was shaking hands with friends here Sunday.

Dr. Zack Francez, of Carencro, attended the UDC Euchre Thursday at Falk's.

Miss Lucy Prudhomme left last Sunday to spend a few days with friends and relatives in Washington and Opelousas.

Mrs. Thos. Porter, who has been living in Victoria, Texas, has returned to Lafayette and is spending a while with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JD Mouton.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levy, of New Orleans, arrived in Lafayette Monday afternoon.

Prof. Alcibiades Broussard, of Pilette, spent Sunday morning with friends in Lafayette.

Leonce Gladu went to Rayne during the week on business.

AS Clark, the photographer, paid a flying visit to Beaumont Saturday, returning Monday.

Miss Mary McNaspy, who has been quite ill, is much better.

Ovey Comeaux, of Pilette was a welcome visitor to The Advertiser office Tuesday.

Robert Guirard of St. Martinville, was in town Thursday.

Mrs. RB Raney of Crowley, is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. JD Trahan.

TP Labbe who has been for some time employed by the Waters Pierce Oil Co. at Alexandria, has returned to Lafayette and will work for the same company at this place.

Mrs. RL McBride who has been in San Antonio, Texas, for several months, returned to Lafayette Thursday.

Prof. Young, of Carencro, was in town Saturday.

Willie Price, of Crowley, was in Lafayette Sunday.

The Billeaud refinery after a successful run, will close down this week.

The Lafayette refinery will close down to-day. The run this year has been shorter than usual, but will average up fairly well.

Sheriff Broussard expects to leave today for Baton Rouge with seven prisoners, sentenced to the penitentiary at the last term of court.