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. SA.b .. A*A.TX., - - Editor , "4AB, JAOOBS, " Busuess Manager. 1i · M I ,C LTIL, FI.FP CARD OF DIRECTORS. p .mkBreanx, President. mnod ur, Vioe-President. John W. Lewis. U. J. Doemann, Yves Andrepont. OScJal Jornal of the Parish of St. Leadry. :OIIa Jaonr of the Parish School Board Osdal Journ of the City of Opelous a ,Ilal emernal of the town of Sea.t. bltial Journal of the teon elf Melle, RAT. OF SIUBSCRIPTION. O se Year ............................1.00m SIt Ionthe ' ...... ........ ...... .r0 I]VABtL 3LY CASH IN ADVANCE. aLL POFTOFPIOE, IEXPESS AND BANE MONEY ORDERB, CHECKS. DRAFTS, ETC., FOR SUBSORIPTIONS AND AD VERTISEMENTS MUST BE MADE PAY ABLE TO THE ORDER OF THE ST. bANDRY CLARION, OR TO THE BUSI NESS MANAGER. e tered at the Post Oce. at Opelousas, La.. asiecond-class matter. elared to be the contract and agreement between the City of Opelousas, La., and E. M. Bo agni for the lease of a building to be used for City Court and offices at $37.50 per month, for 5 consecutive years, payable out of the General Fund or any other fund of the City w h i c h may be available. Be it further resolved that the Mayor be and he is hereby ap pointed a committee of one to make tne necesssry change in specifications and plans alluded to in the contract so as to carry the above into effect. Be it further resolved that all ordinances in conflict with the :above be and the same are here by repealed Yeas: Danel, Dietlein, Black sher. Nays: Loeb and Larcade. Motion carried. Mr. Loeb and Mr. Larcade vote "no" For the reason, that, while they object to establishing a jail :on property in question, and ap prove of any move tending to prohibit same; yet it is manifest Jto them that thepeople of Ope louisa are practically unanimous in objecting to the City entering ito oany iease at all of any kind for a term of years; the same be in enetirely unnecessary, a n d the pesent financial condition of Sthe City will not justify the amn.e, and further because they e~r advised by their attorneys ..ti the lease in question, is 1iegl, null and void. ,O: motion duly seconded and as3rde the meeting of the Boar iof.. ermee was adjourned sub B3.. A. STla City SUCCESSION SALE. S, . oaItfarast of 't oa nbr, L. . Jldge or th t10th Judleel District of r.iudial , In and for the Parlih of there will be sold at . aiQanrP. for eash, at the ron etb oert shouoe In the citof O.i litrday, Mar. 30, I912; ito 4 mcock a. m the following descrlbed .belor. g an to the above estate, o l of ro.at situated In the clty of nLanWler and ClhtwelIrs add! to ld city, together with all the and tm mrovements thereon. r= det of e hundred and forty feet i tireet, beig lot number one of twety-twot bounded north Stre. t.south I lot No.. two, b3'awaiteyýf entw feet wideand. west ah llin Boner from . P.easlt ,14 passed before B. . Pavy, on the sfEh davotPebraary in Alienation Record Soft 40 A pp 178, Clerk's St. -alndry, La. i.. iPAVY, Administrator. SIERIFP'S SALE. i ,O D (1O1. ! TasS. A BRISCOe. a .eeeees Judiciail Dstriet coktt, ?,p.-avists or st. Lalndry,a. Non. lth Judicial District for the Parish of St. Landr, above entitled and numbered suit tollsedirected, I have selsed and or eae, for imsh at public auctk list and hIhest bldder, at the frta. fe t (ourtlouse of St. Landry Par. OpWlosas. La. . on t ay, March 9, 1912, 'Il)oc a.m.. the following described , to-wit . w three acres #4) lto the Parish of bol.ded on the north by t. .. on the saouth by Bayon. on the east by Jules o n the west by Mrs. L. S. M . L. SWORDS. Sheerif. t ee to Building Con tractors. bdf blwil be reevted b Mr. o. J. a .cl aryt of Pi School sh of St. I ,ad -It. ato b e at oedd bIilding at: Palmetto, La. tPalmetto. 4., lso for h aie orrt are fo ame at oeh t ur accompanied byaide for ive per cent of the S a ncit s .atate the bord - a: swpeaon o ITif: Lt" IUN s mA am RUST c AIKY, OPELOUSAS. -o - CAPITAL I. E-HUlREIU TIOISAf i B OLjARS !Pis, --'o---- General Banking Trust - .s and Savings Business ---o- Ts, "3 Per Cent Interest on Savings T.C om pounded Semi-Annually nd of lo utWalter Dillon To be Raced Again he to Mr. Remy Wallior has decided to send his grand young pacer, Walter Dillon 2:104; to the races again this year; and has engaged the services of the well known ry Kansas trainor and driver Hoop Pany to prepare khim for all the cominj campaign. Mr. Pany drove Walter Dillon he with much success durning the season of 1910, and thinks *'- the son of the noted Sidney .Dillon will be a prominent factor at the races again this year, and predicts a record of 2:05 or better for him this season. In a trial mile against time Pany drove Walter a mile in 2:08 at Dallas, Texas in 1910 with the last quarter of the mile in 29 sec to onds a 1:56 clip for a mile. Walter will be allowed to ie make a limited early stud season, at the very moderate a fee of twenty-five dollars the. season. After which he p- will be placed in active training. His campaign will open to at Manhattan, Kansas,July 1st, and will continue st through the Kansas and Oklahoma Circuit where he was, e- the largest money winning pacer in 1910, after this cir cuit is finished he will be raced at the best meeting in Texas and will close the season at the Louisiana State e- Fair at Shreveport in November. d Mr. Pany has been one of the most successful trainors e in the West for the past twenty years and has given no S less than one hundred and forty horses their records - rangg from 2:054 to 2:30. Pany is already located at' pelousas, and would be pleased to hear from other own ers of horses who whish to have their colts trained or Sproprly broken either for track or road use as he will I-have ample room at the fair grounds for several more than the Wallior string, and will guarantee satisfaction to all whoplace horses in his charge. Walter Dillon and a number of other horses are now being jigged _daily at the a where it is always a pleasant to show the horses to visitors. 1- Colts broken for Track or Road Purpose. STrotters and Pacers Developed for Spe..ed AiMPAiliNORS WANTED Twnl-y Tearsm E ience. Tems Hodllerate HOOPER:O. PANY Race Driver and fTrainor. SatisfactlinS aa tee . O peleslar slaoina. mch 2 2mI The O'Gee "TE OLD RELIABLE" Gets you there and brings your freiht here` TY A " a ndgs Art astlrag TolietW ll Tex a lr lu "arln 1 Per Ve *·~<7? 3 PuostonKhIg, Prosaent H,U0,Lrul, if,,Ss -rT s, i f~lou, Vc.-P& MjNBl ii.. !i Automobil PtfONP NO. 106, 3 Opelousai. . n - " ana Regarding the Mitchell cars that we have sold here and elsewhere, we at least take plear S in telling you that our. regular factory car doctor was with us these last two weeks.: an.d went see every one of our buyers and none could give him a job--every car running well. ow this sound for the Mitchell car. "I quote you herein Mitchell Service, 3M ITCHELL SERVICE Old Noah W ster defines service as the "Performance of labor for the benefit of others" our un abridged idea of Noah that he not only knew what service was but faithfully performed it. It is no credit to any manufacturer to push out the square deal doctrine-its the only way. Woe unto the Company that deviates from this policy for verily they shall not .come back. 3 Mitchell service is a tangible, definte thing. It belongs rightfully to you the minute you become a member of the Mitchell Family.. The Mitchell family has manufactured vehicles and enjoyed a reputation for square dealing for seventy-seven years, in fact, since the day Chicago was known as Fort Dearborn. Our service department sees to it that our guarantee to you as a purchaser is carried out to; the letter. A new part for one that proves defective. We have Agents covering the entire United States also Branches at Philadelphia, New York City, Atlanta, Dallas and Seattle, making it possible to secure parts without delay. There is an old saying "Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you" not beleiving in signs or being superstitious, we have in every section of the country, trouble men who trouble trouble: in other words these Car Doctors making regular visits looking for cases of real or imaginary car ailments (we do have some trouble with Mitchell cars) our doctors will cure your troubles without charge, for we do noltwantto have anything but strong, healthy, twenty-four hours a day workers in the Family of Mitchell Motor Car. This is Mitchell Car Insurance: WILL YOU TAKE OUT A POLICY WITHI US? The Teche Automobile Co., Ltd. lepresents and sells, the Mitchell E. i. F. "- Stoe' and St. adueaer Fl-%e a s "o" the bet New Cars On The Floor Alf The Time. We also keep constantly on hand a full line of the best and mostu to-date-accessories and we also have the best car doctors, always at hand to equipp your car-attach your s e o ter-attach any part, such as self starters chimes or in fact, rebuild your car if needs be. We live right in parh es where we sell our ni ars right in the town and will see you again after you buy from us-this amounts to quite a bit with particular people. When in trouble on the road or at home ring 106 we'll be there on time,. Rent cars for rent. Yours for good roads. 3 Teche Auto Co., Ltd. M 0 IEP WELL'S 2 to 4 Inch only If you noed water let - me figure with you w. J. EOUTOE Lafayette - Louisianai Money - Loan on improved farms and pla ntations. LON8 TIME nd FAVORABLE I TERMS:--For particulars apply, GUS. E. DUPRE CORRESPONDENT OLONIAL.- UNITED STATES MORTGAGE AND LOAN CO-I Opetousas Jun s l7r LoutIlsua FOR SALE.-Valuable bui ness -lots on Landry St between ALierty St. and Railroad Ave. Apply to C. J. Thompson, eb 248 t Opelousas, La. feb 24 8t --WE OFFER FOR GREEN SALTED HIDES In Good Conditions 9S CENTS Delieverod to u o March 15th. Blacksher's Meat Market SHsiarie Quantity of Hides to Sell Write us for Prices at Any Time. Opelousas, - Louisiana IYRT I TE C M912 I Now Is The Time To Pant SI KINS Sole Ditritr. Por "Thea - a: A :Se ..L ..... The Calhoun Red Gob o The most successful corn FOR SAINT LANDRY 601 . .... bz, ++l + + AI'FRNTION I -Cotton Planter Thewhy not uy the gen eing this trade-nrk in All thosewho have and are ý planting the gennine are . wearing a brand, 6roAT ad, s ýýr &!OA feW Asm le, .:. and are f.not A nft, Stgar. Csteh Pie WNIU ± .. boll weevilif The Calhoun R;ed Cob Corn is reoenomm by yo Stt Agricultural tn Then not lat it? Yo know a full of corn met about uceess agriculturally. FOR SALIE BY i m ay, O ous L. ec -I'L .