Newspaper Page Text
TO BUILD WELL TO REPRESENT FAIRLY TO DELIVER FULL VALUE TO PRESERVE GOOD WILL
To hold unsullied a repuation for honest manufacture and candid salesmanship won by a consistent record of thirty-five years in the vehicle industry. DORT MOTOR CAR CO. MAIN MOTOR COMPANY PHONE 161 BOX 88 from days „ and he will tell you that restful sleep is the greatest essential to health and will give you a perscription reading: RX. Build A Sleeping X s È w* Porch, bring it to The A. C. Skiles Lumber Co., Ltd. PHONE 286 ......OPELOUSAS, LA. my? on was town tion rault. Ville Mrs. sas, part ville and last St. night will Ind., 3S leans at 6 IBP S » m ASK THE DOCTOR & ♦ ♦IS about outdoor sleeping dur ing these sutry summer nights. £ » fo m LUMBER Has Taken a Drop. left spent for make her , genie JTAKE ADVANTAGE OF] (THIS AND BUY N0W. | r OU are going to build so] Call and let us figure with § you. Our motto is: I SERVI sst sOur Prices are Right. Call and g let us Convince you. (St. Landry Lumber Comp'y, Ltd.( Let Us Tell You —FOR— HARMONICAS SKULL CAPS CORESPONDENCE CARDS GENTS BOX PAPER JAPANESE FANS DUPLICATE SALE BOOKS LUNCH or BUTTER WAX PAPER STAFFORDS or WATERMANS INKS LAWYER'S BRIEF CASES DECORATED or PLAIN CREPE PAPER BLANK BOOKS or LEDGERS TABLETS, COMPOSITION, PENCILS —COME OR SEND YOUR ORDERS— TO Jacobs News Depot Co. OPELOUSAS, — LOUISIANA Wholesale Prices to Other Merchants Cyr, of now sas out had ner j ; j ' for j I j ' ■ ; j : j : j : to I j : j I I Miss who tony han Mr. Louis H. R.y»old. wit. from Vlcksburs, Mis... spmd fifteen ! »■** days vacation with his sister, Mrs. Dr. »" „ . , j iairies « 1 gifts Mrs. Bertha Lyons and two sons, ac- j b eau companied by Mrs. J. B. A. Stagg danc and daughter, Rosa of Crowley left j on Monday for New Orleans to spend several days. Sheriff . E. Oden of Allen Parish was shaking hands with old friends In town Wednesday. George Perrault returned to Ope lousas on last Friday from Baton Rouge to spend the rest of his vaca tion with his mother, Mrs. W. C. Per rault. Misses Elise and Nita Dardeau of Ville Platte are visiting their sister, Mrs. Herschel Roberts. Frank Roberts formerly of Opelou sas, but for the past few months a resident of Crowley was here the early part of the week attending business. Miss Moulise and eGorgia Shute re turned on Tuesday from St. Martin ville after spending several days with relatives. George Richard of New Orleans transacted business in town Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Mr. J. T. St. Cyr returned home on last Saturday from Marlin, Texas. Mr. St. Cyr was called home suddenly on account the serious illness of his mother. Mr. Adolphe Jacobs left on Monday night for Greenville, Miss., where he will meet hi3 wife and children from there they will go to French Lick, Ind., to spend several weeks before ■reutrning Opelousas, were Fux, Leonie Fluck, Merrit, Graw, rang, isky, Mr. Mrs. Personal Mr. W. M. Andry from New Or leans returned home after two weeks at his sister, Mrs. C. A. Reynolds. one on place horse A return lead aug while of day Mrs. ored Mrs. Henry Comeau and daughter Mr. left on Saturday for Ashville, N. C., to there spend several months at the Manor, j Miss Virgie St. Cyr, after having spent a few days with Miss Corinne Lalannde, of Lafayette, left this week for Terler, Calif. She expects to make stops in Los Angeles, San j Francisco, and Portland, Oregon on her trip. is Mr. a three for Mr9. A. D. St. Cyr and Miss Eu- chief genie St. Cyr splft Sunday in Baton an< i Rouge, the guests of Miss Josie St. Cyr, who is attending school there. Allen Sandoz, Jr., has been dis charged from the Navy after a term of service of nearly four years and is now at home with relatives in Ope lousas. James Jackson arrived in Opelou sas Thursday morning, having served out his enlistment in tho Navy. He had attained the rank of chief gun ner mate. j Mr. George Lovell of Crowley spent ; Sunday in Opelousas guest of Miss Lena Loeb. j Walter Dupre formerly of Opelousas ' for the past ten years a resident of Jennings, La., and Houston, Texas, j was here during the week visiting re I latives. Robert Budd was a visitor to New j Orleans a couple of days last week. ' Mr. George Jordan made a busi ■ ness trip to Eunice on Monday re ; turning the same day. j After a pleasant stay of two weeks : j with relatives in our city, Dr. and : j Mrs. W. J. Healey and son, returned : to there home in New Orleans on I Monday. j Roy Blacksher left on last Sunday : for Lake Charles to accept a posi-, tion. j Mrs. J. Anderson and daughter, I Mrs. W. B. Lewis and Edna and Mrs. I Richard Lamson motored to Lafayette on last Friday. Miss Emma Healey left on Monday for New Orleans to visit her brother, Dr. W. J. Healey for two weeks. Mr. Archie Quirk of Washington was an Opelousas visitor on last Sat urday night. Bob" Ball a popular young gentle man of Alexandria was visiting friends here during the week. E. M. Dupre of Prairie Ronde trans acted business in Opelousas Wednes day. Mr. Merlin Boyle of New Orleans and Denver, Colorado, left Thursday morning for New Orleans - after a pleasant stay in Opelousas as the guefct of Misses Audrey and Vera Smith. Clayton Guilbeau, Opelousas boy who is now with the Gulf Producing Company at Hull, Texas, spent sev eral days of this week with his mother and other relatives here. Young Guilbeau has risen very rapidly in the service of the big oil company. Be ginning at the bottom in the field work at Edgerly just two years ago, he is now a driller, having been pro moted when he was transferred to Hull a year ago. Mr. Ozeme Fontenot, well known citizen of Grand Prairie, was a visitor to Opelousas on Wednesday. Frank Quebedeaux of Leonville, transacted business in Opelousas Wed nesday. Mr. Henry Fontenot of Crowley spent the week-end in town visiting friends and relatives. Friday make Mlcelaneous Shower Mrs. W. N. Carnahan entertained at i the miscelaneous shower in honor of j Miss Miriam Buquoi of Alexandria who was married Thursday fo Mr. An tony Fux. The home of Mrs. Carna han was beautifully decorated in cut •"» <«"■»„, 0,1 ! »■** «««• ' ltU ' «'"« Ethel Can» »" *"> »*"»• a ™"' 1 " j iairies inarched in with a basket of 1 gifts for the bride-elect. After the j b eau tiful presents were displayed danc j ng was indulged in and delicious j refreshments were served. The guests Misses Mariam Buquoi, Tony were Fux, Agnes Gremillion, Jack Sarradet, Leonie Gremillion, Ruth Mayer, Dora Fluck, Théophile Fontenot, C. Y Merrit, Mary Lawrence, C. E. Me Graw, George Jacobs, Mathilde Ha rang, George Bishop, Sadie Schmal isky, S. Barkmayer, Mr. and Mrs Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Willie V. Slade, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Buquoi, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Carnahan. oil is ed on STRAYED OR STOLEN—From Greenwood Addition to Opelousas, one Creole light bay pony, branded on right hind leg: T Y. Left my place on July 14. He is with a black horse of larger size. A reward will be given for their return or any information that will lead to their recovery. JOE TERRACINA, aug 7 5t Route 2, Opelousas, La. Miss Lilian Boagni is spending a while in Crowley the charming guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Andrus. Mr. L. A. Andrepont, editor of the Crowley Progress was In town Sun day visiting his family. Mrs. Jonas Roos and niece, Miss Emma Roach of New Orleans and ; Mrs. Robert Budd and daughter mot-j ored to Jeanerette on Friday to see ! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brooks who are there for the present, j w. B. Browning of Spring Hill, Ala., j is spending sometime here guest of Mr. John E. Boagni. They will go on a camping trip to Second Lake for three weeks. Mrs. M. S. Boagni left on Saturday for New Orleans to visit friends. Mrs. Marshall Stagg wife of the chief deupty to Sheriff Thibodeaux, an< i family moved to Opelousas Friday from Whiteville. They will make their residence in the home re ► » ► ► * » > > > : * * * » > > * » > > ► » » > > ► « > > » » ► » • ► » • • » > ► « > > > > • • • > > » • I ****** I l 1 1 1 » »1 1 111 HMH I MW H H I ' 8 ' >»♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » # : ; Farm Wagons, Buggies * and Furniture Wagons and Buggies And here's a bargain sure jj Owensboro Farm and Cane Wagons, in sti'ff and drop tongue models. Owensboro Cut-under Wagons, Easy to turn and easier on the team. Weber and Buckeye Wagons all bought before the recent advance in price. We are in a position to save money to my customers on wagons and buggies. Call around and let me show you. We have now a complete line of Hercules Buggies, Carriages and Runabouts. Our stock of Harness and Saddles will satisfy your every want. _ Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers to help keep August Cool.___ Among other things we might mention as appropri ate to the season are Lawn and Hay Mowers, Feed Grinders, Steel Bprr, Com Mills, French Burr Gnst Mills, Engelberger Rice Hullers and Polishers, Double Blast Rice Fans and Hercules Coal Oil En gines to furnish the power. . American Hog Fence Wire, 20 rods (330 ft. ) to the roll for only $7.75. Other things we know you need National Cook Stoves, Coles Hot Blast Heatere, which will pay for themselves in saving of fuel in one season; and the New Monarch Kerosene Cook Stoves, which give satisfaction. "Little" Hummer" bicycles for boys and girls. Columbia bicycle, the Standard of the World for $55.00.___ ~ AGENT FOR MOLINE UNIVERSAL FARM TRACTORS A carload of Barbed Wire, Hog Fence Wire and Nails will arrive in a day or two. Don t buy before you can get our prices on these articles as we can j save you money. A car lot of syrup cans will be here in a few days. ; Let us quote you prices on them. F. L. Sandoz uni I um» I h ii » 1 111 » 1 11 h 1 111 1 1 t î " " J * 1 ' ' * "" * 1 111 1 11 * *' 1 m » hi Miimwnt m cently occupied by Sheriff Thibodeaux A. the latter having purchased the old Pefferkom home on Qrolee st. the District Attorney Garland left on ; Monday for Homer to look into the j oil situation at the Claiborne fields. Master Fabain Buquoi of Alexandria is visiting Mr. Oscar Fux. Miss Annie Hidalgo is spending her vacation in Texas visiting friends. M^rie Richard and mother return ed from Beaumont and Port Arthur, Texas after visiting friends and re latives. Mesdames. Paul Boagni, Perry Wil kins after a pleasant stay of three weeks in Dallas, Texas returned home on Thursday accompanied by Mrs. J. ► » ► ► * » Notice ■ « < > > > : * * * * » > To Automnbile Owners * ; > * » > > ! THE OPELOUSAS ELECTRIC ► SEVICE. STATION IS NOW ; » » > OPERATED AND OWNED BY > MR. H. RICHARD. i All makes of batteries repaired 1 ► « > > Batteries tested free ^ • » » ► » • "Ride right on Prest-O-Lite" i « ► » • • Distributor for Prest-O-Lite « » > ► « Storage Battery. « > > > > • A Battery for Every Car. Y < • • > > » • PHONE 197. i A. Junge and children who will spend the rest of the summer with her pa For Sale Cheap PROPERTY OF JOS TRAPANY Business Stand and Residence, with two improved and tWo unimproved lots. Apply, Gus. E. Dupre rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Boagni and other relatives.