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NO TIME LIKE THE RIGHT TIME
We are prepared to help you
Fight Jack Frost.
Prices, quality, workmanship and fit included in our line of
WARMTH MAKERS.
Overcoats, full length, all colors, $3.50 to $15.
Cravenettes, black, tan and gray $7.50 to $15.
Florsheim Wet-Defi Boots, built for mud and water, $8.
Overshoes and rubbers, all sizes 50c to $1.25.
Gloves of all Descriptions, 25C to $2.
Box calf shoes in all sizes and all prices-the only leather for
cold weather.
Woolen socks, woolen underwear, woolen topshirts.
BON MA(RCHE
J. LANDAU, Proprietor.
OPELOUSAS' GREATEST CLOTHIER
SLandry Street, Opposite Court House OPELOUSAS, LA
OPERA HOUSE
February, 7 and 8th
Manager Loeb announces a
special engagements of the
Emery Musical Comedy Co.
supported by Miss Phylis Dale
and Mr. Leo Addee,
15 beautiful chorus girls 15
12 singers and dancers 12 and
the renowned
Emery Quartette
Remember the date
2 NightsFebruary 7and 8.
No need to get a Doctor's prescription to get
YOUR SUPPLY OF WHISKIES
AND WINES
Send your Mail Orders to
MAX - IIMMERGLUCK,
LAFAYETT'E LA
And get the Leading Brand of Cedar Brook Whiskey,
bottled in bond, 4 full quarts, for.............. :......................$5.
Clark's Dry Run Whiskey, bottled in bond, 4 full quarts $4.
Pure California Claret, per gallon, from ......................75e.
W hiskey, per gallon, from .......................................$1.75
Allorders must be accom
panied by bank draft or
money order.
Satisfaction guaranteed,
or MONEY REFUNDED.
WRITE FOR PRICES.
MAX IMMERGLUCK,
LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA.
See F. R. Blakesley
.--FOR--
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK
Monuments, Tomb Tops, and all description of
CEMETERY WORK
Cuts Inscriptions and Build, Brick Tombs
'PHONE 290, OPELOUSAS, LA.
Jan 30 ly
THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY.TO
TRANSFER MOIEY
DISTANcE TELEPHONE
. . '' . l.ATES APPLY TO IJiL. MAMER
In.lUERLAMD TELEPOE & TELESRAPH iO,
MUST YAVE CERTIFICATES.
Superlntedent Bards Will Enferce Law Be.
qalrlng Certlt!cates to Teaci.
Baton Rouge, Jan. 26.-State Su
perintendent Harris has given posi
tive instructions to the fifty-nine par
ish superintendents of Louisiana that
no teachers will be allowed to teach
in Louisiana who do not either hold a
teachers' certificate or a diploma
recognized as a certificate.
The ruling has brought forth a
protest from a number of the parishes,
but will be insisted upon. There is a
law against a teacher being employed
wholdoes not hold a certificate, but it
develops that in practically every par
ish in the State there are one or two,
or perhaps more teachers who have
no certificates.
Superintendent Harris holds that
this law must be obeyed by all alike,
and that those teachers who have not
certificates mast either stabnd the ex
amination and secure one, if they are
able, or get out of the public schools
as teachers.
Grand Coteau.
Mrs. Francois Abbadee, and grand
daughters, Misses Cartotta and Ophe
lia Broussard, of Carencro, were in
town Monday;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barry and Mr.
Redmond Barry, of Beaumont, Texas,
were In our midst Sunday.
Mr. E. V. Barry attended the" in
itiation of the Knights of Columbus
in Morgan City Sunday.
Mrs. John Smith is visiting rela
tives in Opelousas.
The sudden death of Mrs. V. B.
McPherson, an old landmark of St.
Landry Parish, aged 83 years, was a
shock to this community. It occur
red last Sunday night at 9 o'clock at
the residence of her grandson, Mr.
C. M. Smith. The funeral, which took
place at the Sacred Heart Church,
was a large one. The services were
conducted by Rev. H. S. Maring, S. J.,
assisted by Rev. M. A. Grace, S. J.,
Rev. A. J. Stockalper and Rev. Ant.
Boven, S. J. Ferns of all kinds dec
orated the altar and surrounded the
coffin. The sermon was preached by
Rev. Father Maring, in which he
could not praise her too much for the
good work she has done for her God,
church and schools. The family has
the sympathy of our community.
Those of her family who attended the
funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Prescott of Alexandria; Mr. Clarence
Smith of Iberia parish, Mr. Peter
Casse and Mrs. Marshal L. Casse of
New Orleans, and Mr. Tom Isaacs
and family of Opelousas. VIOLET.
Baptist "Roll Call."
The Annual Roll Call of the First
Baptist Church of Opelousas was
held at the Masonic Hall on Thursday
of this week, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.,
and the function was a very success
ful one.
The programme rendered was as
follows:
Song
Invocotion
Song
"Woman's Part"--Paper, Mrs. Phillips
Solo ................................... Miss W hite
"A Place for Everyone".....Mr. Phillips
Reading ...................... Mrs. W . L. Beatty
Song
Remarks ....................... ....... ... Pastor
Roll Call
Refreshments
Good for Mr. Loeb.
Manager Loeb, of the Sandoz Op
era House, deserves the unstinted
thanks of the theatre-going popula
tion of the city for the magnificent
attractions he has srved to them
this season, and he deserves really
more patronage than he is receiving,
although his "houses" have topped
previous seasons this year.
Three of the attractions deserving'
special praise, which have shown
here in the past few weeks, are "The
Traitor," "The Savage King," and
"The Lily and the Prince." These
were exceptional troupes for a-coun
try city.
The fact of the matter is that Mr.
Loeb hasn't imposed what is termed
a "bum" show on the public this
season.
Southwestern Louisiana Indus
trial Institute.
Lafayette, La., Jan. 20, 1909.
Editor Clarion, Opelousas.
Dear Sir.-Please inform your
readers that our second term will
begin next Monday, the 25th inst.
New students will come on that day
and on Feb. 1. We now have 280
students, the largest number we ever
had, and more are coming. We have
13 from your parish, and are anxious
for more-girls preferred, as we
haven't many girls (but those we
have are the finest in the State).
You may also mention that we
have $23,500 to spend in new biild
ings and equipment. Steam heat will
be installed in the young ladies' two
story brick dormitory; a modern barn
will be built; a complete system of
hot and cold water shower baths for
the young men will be put in, and the
balance will be expended for a modern
two-story brick arts and crafts build
ing with full equipment.
The general public has no idea
what an extensive and complete or
ganization and equipment-we have.
And the great thing is, it belongs to
the State, and is free to all.- Please
tell them about it. Tell them to
come see-or, if they can't come,
send for the "illustrated pictures!"
Yours truly,
jan23-2t E. L. Stephen, President.
S HERIFF'S SALE.
LA. LAND CO.*
vs.
MELVILLE LAND CO.
No. 18405, 16th Judicial District Court, St.
Landry Parish, La.
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale is
sued out of the Hon. 16th Judicial District
Court, in and for the parish of St.
Landry, inthe above entitled and numbered
suit, and to me directed, I have seized
and will offer for sale, at public auc
tion, for cash, to the last and high
est bidder, at the front door of the
Court House of St. Landry parish, at Opel
ousas, La., on
Saturday, Feb. 6, 1909,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described
property, to-wit:
The fractional east half of section fliteen
and the north one hundred acres of section
seventeen, and the south one hundred and
fifty acres of section seventeen. The east
half of northwest quarter section seventeen.
The fractional east half of section twenty
two, being land situated in township five
(5) south range seven east, also lot No. one
or the northwest quarter of northeast
quarter and the northeast quarter of north
west quarter of section one. Lots No, six
and eleven oil the fractional southeast
quarter of section one, and all of'fractional
section eighteen and the fractional south
east quarter of section nineteen, and the
west half of section twelve and the north
half of the northwest quarter of section
twenty-one, beingland situated in township
six south of range seven east. Also eighty
and 70-100 acres (80 701(10) of the south side.o
lot No.one of section ten, beinland atuate
in township seven south of range seven
east. All of the within described lands lying
in the Parish of St. Landry, in the State of
Louisiana. and being in all seventeen hun
dred acres, more or less
Terms-Cash.
Jan2-st M. L.SWORDS. Sh6rifr.*
ONOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
ESTATE OF GUSTAVE B. FONTENOT.
No. 6368, Probate Docket District CourtPar
ish of St. Lapdry, La.
.Whereas, Marshall B. Fontenot, of St.
Landry parish has applied by his petition to
be appointed administrator of the above
named estate'
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to
all parties interested to make opposition to
said appointment, to file same in writing
in my omfce, in Opelousas. within ten days
from the date of this notice.
YVES ANDREPONT,
jan30-2t Clerk of Court.
NOTICE OF TABLEAU.
ESTATE OF FRANK PITRE.
No. 6832, Probate Docket, District Court.
Parish of St. Landry, La.
Whereas, Minerva Samuel, Adminiltratrix
of the above named estate, has filed a final
account and tableau of distribution of funds
of said succession, accompanied by his
petition praying for the homologation of
same;
And whereas, prayer of said petition has
been granted by an order of court bearing
date. -
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to
all parties interested to make opposition to
said tableau to file same in writing in ny
office, within the time required by law why
the said tableau should not be homologated
and confirmed.
YVES ANDREPONT,
Jans0-2t Clerk of Court.
SUCCESSION SALE.
ESTATE OF JULIMA BELLOT.
No. -, Probate Docket, District Court,
Parish of St. Landry, La.
By virtue of an order of the Hon. E. T.
Lewis, Judge of the 16th Judicial District
Court, in and for the Parish of St. Landry,
State of Louisiana there will be sold at
public auction, to the last and highest bid
der, by the undersigned administrator,
or any duly qualified auctioneer, at the last
residence of the deceased, at Mallet, on
Saturday, March 6, 1909,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described
property, belonging to the above estate,
to-wit:
Forty acres of land, bounded north by
Louis Lejeune, south by Chast Dnrousseau,
east by Allbe Lafleur, and west by Louis Le
3eune, said property being situated in the
parish of St. Landry, at Mallet.
Terms-Cash.
ja80-6t LOUIS LEJEUNE, Administrator..
N OTICE OF TABLEAU.
ESTATE OF LAURA D. GOSLEN.
No. -, Probate Docket, District Court,
Parish of St. Landry, La.
Whereas, J. P. Jackson, Administra
tor of the above named estate, has flld a
final tableau of classification of debts and
distribution of funds of-said succession, ac
Companied by his petition praying for the
homologatlon of Lame;
And whereas, prayer of said petition has
been granted by an order of court bearing
date, -
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to
all parties interested to make opposition to
said tableau to file same in writing in my
office, within the time required by law why
the'said tableau should not be homologated
and confirmed.
YVES ANDREPONT,
janjo-2t Clerk of Court.
xotiUc is hereby-given that I have taken
up at PlalsanCe, one unbranded
brown cow, about 4 years old, has been in
neighborhood 8 years. -
The owner Is hereby notified to come for
ward, prove property, pay costs and take
same away within ten days, or the said ani
mal will be advertised and sold according
to the ordinance of the Police Jury, relative
to estray animals.
JanW0-2t ALEXANDER SYLVESTRE.
Lost or Stolen.
On tle night of December 80th, 1905. one
deep bay horse, age 4 years, about 14 hands
high; one leg white to ankle, branded thus:
A liberal reward willibe given to fader,
MILTON WHITTINGTON.
janl6-2t Milburn, La.
Trespass Notice.
Notice is hereby given that hunting and
trespassing on my Letreyte place, near Law
tell, is positively forbidden, under penalty
of the law. J. A. HAAS. an16-St
VISIT MINERAL WILt1
-FOR
Health And Pleasure
-AND
West Texas
-FOR
Fine Agricultural Lands
REACH VIA
TH *
IIomnselers Tickets on Sale tlyaS
Write for free Booklets
E. P. Turner
Gen'l. Pasg'r, Agent, Dallas, Teas
OR IRISH POTATOES.
tiotan & Jacobs Grocery Ca
Prepared to buy
THE OUTPUT OF ST. LANDY PA
We desire to announce to the farmers of the parish
of St. Landry that we have made arrangement
whereby we will be prepared to buy the Irish potatoil
crop of this parish, no matter how large, and pay
the highest market price.
So there need be no fear that your potatos.. w
remain on your hands, or that you will have to go
to the trouble and expense of shipping to distant
markets.
Plant Irish potatoesl
There is money in Irish potatoes!
The boll weevil does not attack Irish potatoes.
Very truly.
DIETLEIN & JACO
GROCERY CO. LTD. OPELOUSAS, LA.
P.T.^
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S HERIFF'S SALE.
SOUTHERN SAW MILL 00. LTD.,
R. L. BAILEY.
No. 1624, 14th Judicial District Cburt,
Avoyelles Parish, La.
By virtue of an order of seisure and sale
dated the 26th day of lDeember, 1h08, and to
me directed signed bythe Jadge of the Four
teenth Jaudcal.District Court, of Louisiana
In and for Avoyelies. parish-iussued in the
matter of the Southern a Sw. M11 Company,|
Limited, versus obert L. Baley,No. 1
on the docket of said Court, I have seised
and taken into my possesion and will sell
to the last and highest bider, at publlc
auction, at theprlncipal front door of the
Court HIase of Avoyell s parish, in the
town of Marksville, La., at 12 o'clock, noon,
on
Saturday, Feb. 20, 1909,
the following describrled property situated
in Avoyrelles parish, La., belonging to Rob
ert L..Bailey, to-wit:
The neo of section 18, e% ofe of ize
tlon 12; sea of stt. of section 9, dlntaining
279.82 acres. Wl½ of e8 of section 9, w% of
Dw.a oftpection 12, containing 2f7.78 acres,
ll in townshp 2 south range2 east. agre
gating 556.65 acres; also nwft of sw', s o
nwt and swt of nwa of section 9, all in
township 2 south range 2 east, containing
160 acres;also swtt of swat of section 9 and
se' of sea of section 8 all in towuship 2
south of range 2 east, containing80.78 acres.
Aregating in all 97.35 acres.
The said land will be sold exclusive of the
logs and standing timber thereon, which
logs and timber have heretofare been sold
by th. said Robert L. Balleyt toe Southern
Saw Mill Company Lmited. '
And the said landi wl also be sold subject
to a lease thereof made by the said Robert L.
Bailey to the said Southern Saw Mill Com
pany, Limited,- WhiCh lease is recorded In
Book N-1at .pages 481 et seq of the records
of conveyances of Avoyelles parish. La.
The said land will be sold withall the Im
movables by destination thereon and
especially Jncluding an engine and boiler
formerly constituting part of the sawmill
of said lobert L. Bailey.
The said land is the same purchased by
the said Robert L. Bailey from Caldwell and
Kilpatrlck on December 7, 1906, by act re
corded in Book No. 67 of mort ges at page
868 of the records of said parish op January
9, 1907, to which reference is had for further
description of the said land,.
Terms of sale-Cash. subject toapprelse
m..nt. O. COC,
janl6-6t Sheriff of Avoyelles Parish, La.
Notice.
Opelonsas. LI, January 4tti, 1909.
All parties havin' claims against the
Estate of Hehry L. Garland will pleal.
present same to me without delay, at my
.fice, at the Opelousas National Bank.
Respectfully,
jan9 A. LEQN D)UPitlE, Executor.
Trespass Notice.
Notice is hereby -ven, that trespassing
and hunting on my planta.tosn in the parits
of St. Lanidry s -strtly forbidden, under
penlity of the law. . B. OI.
jfn2-6t .- JNO. P. BO(,NT.
Notice,
Sunset, La., December 28, 1906.
At a meeting of the Board of "lirectors of
the Bank of Sunset; held this day, a dlvi=
dend of seven (7) per ibent on the Capital
Stock was declared, paable on and after
January 2nd, 1919. Payable at liank of Sun.
set, SUnset, La. *
P 0. hA.1RaR, As.C shieer.
L. L. DANEL, President ALLE
0. L. GREGORY, Secretary and
St Lairs
Dealers ln
Sash, Doors, and
Kinds of Bu
Material
Builders Hardware and C o '
L .L. DANEL, Presidein
0. L. GREGORY, Secretary and
Yard 'Phone 189 - - M
MONEY TO LOAN. , ..
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MORTGAGE (CO.
-Represented by1
John H. Harmanson, is
rxilAOTR and suNOTARY PUBli 1.
LANDS BOUCHT AND SOLD
OPE UO I tllAS,.
Bids. for Fiscal Agent. A
Nottice !a hereby, gtven that sealed blas
will be -reneeed 1)7 the QudeTaned codt O
?ebrXuer :1 i rs, we s any bent or banUs
`tri)n mthe 8tteo t o lsen; to act as 1
e.I ýCet for the PrlistO at. Landry ltur
Stihe eisi ng xI t iicaIyear.
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