The Lafayette Advertiser 25 November 1903
Louis Rogers, formerly a citizen of Lafayette, died in Arnaudville Sunday. He was associated in business here for a number of years with Joseph Plonsky. He was well known to the people of this parish and was a prominent mason.
Mr. and Mrs. JE Primeaux have the sympathy of the community in the loss of their sweet little baby girl, Aline, aged 1 year, 11 months and 10 days, which took place Sunday Nov. 22, at 4:20PM. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church at 3 p.m. Monday.
Capt. Pharr, a prominent planter and lumberman, who was at one time a candidate for governor of Louisiana, died at his home in Berwick Saturday night. Capt. Pharr was well known in Lafayette and was the uncle of Misses Lola, Mary and Hettie Pharr and Mrs. Wm. Walker, of this place, and Mrs. MR Cushman of Abbeville.
Willis J. Eves, who was a resident of Lafayette some years ago, died at his father's home in New Iberia last Saturday night at the age of 23 years.
Mr. Leon Lagneaux and Miss Felicie Pierret were married at St. John's Catholic church Saturday, Nov. 21, at eleven am. Rev. Crozier officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Lagneaux left on the noon train for the city on their way to Europe on a bridal trip. They expect to be away about four months, when they will return and make their home in Lafayette. The Advertiser wishes them bon voyage.
Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Moni- Lacoste to Mr. RH Comeaux, which will take place at St. John's Catholic church, Thursday Dec. 3, 1903.
Rev. AC Smith will hold his farewell service at the Methodist church on next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock.
The friends of Mr. Chas. Harnish will regret to learn that he happened to a very painful accident Saturday. He was thrown from the caboose by a sudden jar of the car and falling struck on his side, injuring it badly.