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J. J. Thompson, Vice-Pres't. Leopold Simon, Ass't Cashier H. D. Larcade, Jr. Ass't Cash. A. A. Anding, Ass't Cashier St. Landry State Bank of Opelousas, La. INVITES YOUR ACCOUNT Unexcelled facilities for the handling of your business. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . $244,333.90. 3%c--Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit--3%o DIRECTORS: J. A. Haas, Jos. I. Boagni, I. L Lichtenstein J J. Thompson, Samuel Haas, hbas. F. Bogai. Telephone service, linking together city and country and shore, is never more appreciated than during the summer months. While the business man is confined to his desk in the city, the telephone keeps him in touch with wife and family, though they may be many miles away, summering at some pleasant resort. During his own vacation the business man relies upon the tele phone. He is free from care, for he knows that he can be reached at one by telphone should important matters require his attention. At the vacation home also, the telephone proves so convenient in arrainging games and outings with friends and ordering sup plies from the distant markets. All this is possible because Bell Telephone service is universal. By the way, have you a telephone? Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company. (INCORPORATED) Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station. Before buying your ticket call on the agent of the Frisco Lines for routes, rates, and any other information relative to your journey. Don't Suffer! "I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mr. L. Ficher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better I hurt all over, and I could not rest. At last, I tried Cardul, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." STA K E The LARDUI womanToni You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardul. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At a" druggists, Writs to: Laedia AM.sor Dept. .Chasoga MedIlne C t. Chutaooa Zs. Teua, ftr S Ind. rr~ . aan,ndMieote book. "Mone Treahmt fr Wemea." mat free. J ATTENTION For Cut Glass, Silverware, Watches, Clocks, Jewelery Hand Painted China. --GO TO- C. A. Young (Successor to H. W. Perry & Co.) Now Located Opposite Court House Repairing A Specialty John W. Clark, Manager. Clarion $1 Per Year Slate rax Sales. (Continued from page 3.) 123 Biles & Brown 2368 acres improved, bounded north by Beggs et als, south Serihner, east Lit tell et als, west Bayou Boeuf. 1080 acres improved, bounded north by Kelt et als, south Quirk, east Bayou Boeuf. west Boagni, total val $14460; parish $130.14, state $72.30, C V $,2.89, roads $3.62, levee $111, acreage $118.40, school $4.80, int $26,58, total $469.73. 152 Mrs Eleontine Cazanove 27 acres improved, bounded north by Bayou Courtableau, south Motte, east and west Bidstrup. val $340; parish $3.06, state $1.70, C V 7c, roads 9c, int 30c, total $5.22. 153 Mrs Eleontine Cazanove 14 lot in Washington, bounded north by Gordon st, south -- , east Motte, west Ware, val $100; parish 90c, state 50c. C V 2c, roads 2c, int 9c, total $1.53. 169 J A Clark 14 lot in Washington, bounded north bylUarriere st. south Moundville st, east Demarais. west Prescott, val $350. par ish $3.15, state $1.75, poll $1, C V 7c, roads 9c, int 30c, total $6.36. 447 Nelson Hatten 1 lot in Washington, bounded north by Moundville st, south Hill st, east Prescott ave, west Kavanaugh st. val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V 4c, roads Sc, int 18, total $3.08. 449 Hawkins & Woods 4 lots in Eunice, Nos. 1, 2, 3. 4, block 5. N & B Add.. vai $80; parish 72c, state 1)c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 40c, cost 25c, int 7c, total $1.88. 474 Home Mission 14 lot in Washington bounded north by Teurling, south Garrigue st, east Teurling, west I)olens street, val $30; parish 27c, state 15c, roads lc, total 43c. 49S Joseph Joachim. 1 lot in Garland. bounded north by Brockins, south Bigus. east Garland, west Bayou Boeuf, val $180: parish $1.17, poll $1. state G5c, C V 3c. roads 3c, levee $1.30. int 21c. school 39c, total $4.78. 551 Mrs D Kelt 210 acres improved, bounded north by Washington. south Biles, east Bayou Boeuf, west Bayou Cocodrie. val $920; parish $8.28, state $4.60, C V 18c, roads 23c, school $2.76, int 96c, total $17.01. 558 I Kilpatrick 60 acres wood, undivided i4 interest in n ~of se 1/, sec 36, tp 3 s. r 5 e, val $180; parish $1.62, state 90c, C V 4c, roads Sc. levee $1.80, acreage $3, school 63c, int 45c, total $8.49. 590 Valmont Larose 80 acres improved, w % of se 4, sec 59, tp 4 s, r 4 e, val $380; parish $3.42, state $1.90, C V 8c. roads 10c, levee $3.80, acreage $4, int 79c, total $14.09. 629 Lilly White Baptiste Association 1 lot in Washington, bounded north by Gardiner st, south Bushot st, east Dolas st, west Church st, val $250; par ish $2.25, state $1.25, C V 5c. roads 6c, int 20c. total $3.81. 636 Love and Charity Association % lot, bounded north by Williams, south Hill st,east graveyardwest Jones, val $150; parish $1.35, state 75c, C V 3c, roads 4e, int 13c, total $2.30. 707 Garisson Murry 14 lot in Washington, bounded north by Garigue st, south , east Au guste, west Basile, val $100; parish 90c, state 50c, C V 2c, roads 2c, int 9c, total $1.53. ý40 J Bte Ridean Jr 40 acres improved, bounded north, south, east and west by Haas, val $260; parish $2.34. state $1.30, C V 5c, roads 7c, int 22c, total $3.98. 857 S D Roberts 120 acres improved, bounded north by Bently, south Kendrick, east swamp, west Bayou Boeuf, val $1490; parish $13.41, state $7.45, C V 30e, roads 37c, levee $14.90, acreage $6, school $4.47, int $2.70, total $49.60. 906 J F Schell, Trustee 80 acres, n 1 of nw 1 see 17, tp 5 s, r 6 e. 160 acres, se 1 of nw 14, ne 1/4 of sw 14, nw 14 of se 14, sw 14 of ne 14, sec 19, tp 5 s, r 6 e. 120 acres, ne 1, of sw 1/, nw 1/ of se 4, sec 17, se ' of ne ' see 19, tp 5 s, r 6 e, val $1440: parish $12.96, state $7.20, . V. V. 29, roads 36c. levee $18, acreage $14.40, interest $3.20, total $56.41. 934 H H Smith 1 lot in Washington, bounded north by Voltz, south Garigue st, east bsardi nego, west Gardiner, val $150; parish $1.35, state 75e, poll $1, C V 3c, roads 4e, int 13c, total $3.30. 990 31 P Strer 150 acres improved, bounded north by Bayou Boeuf, south Littell, east Haas, west Bacon, cal $1190; parish $10.71, state $5.95, C V 24c, roads 30c, schools $5.95, int $1.38, total $24.53. 1040 Julien Theiry 30 acres improved, bounded north by 1': -mi Carron, south Theiry, east Franchboise, west Theiry, val $250; par ish $2.25, state $1.25, poll $1, C V Sc, roads (Ic. int 21c, total $4.82. 1154 Duke Williams Fractional lot in Washington, bounded north by Teurling, south H Mission, east Teurling, west Dolas st. val $50; parish 45c, state 25c. poll $1. C V le, roans ic, int 4c, total $1.76. 1185 ('alvin Woods 14 lot in Washington, bounded north by - , south Bushot st. east Ander son st. west James, val $18': parish $1.33. state 7c, C V 3c, roads 4c. poll $1, int 12c, to tal $3.29. SIXTH WARD. 8 Ernest Aguillard 1 arpent, bounded north by Fontenot. south public road, east Savoie, west Fon tenot, val $30; parish 27c, state 15c roads Ic, school 15c, total $58c. 74 J M Ballot 20 acres improved, bounded north by public road, south, east and west by Mil ler, val $180: parish $1.62. state 90c, poll $1, C V 4c, roads 4c, school 90c, int 18, total $4.68. 130 Emos Boudreau 1 lot in Washington, bounded north by Dejean st. south Dupre st. east St. John st, west Bailey. val $1000: parish $9, state $5. C V 20c, roads 25c. int 84c, total $15.2). 235 II E Cooper 1 lot in Eunice. lot 4. block 5, Gour nay's Addition. val $100; parish 90c. state 3)c, C V 2e. roads 2e. school SOc, int 9c. total $!2.03. 318 W J Derbes 2 lots improved in Eunice, Nos 7 and 8, block 43. 3 lots improved. 14. 15. .l6. block 91. F & L Addition. 1 lot improved, 30) feet af south side lot 12, block ? " 3 lots. Nos 10). 11,.'%block 31, im proved. in Eunice. 1 lot. No 1. blockl ]. K SM Addition, total valuation of proparty, all in Eunice. val $3730; parish $3.3.57. state $18.65. C V 75c. roads 9kc. school $18.65. int $4.35. total $76.90. 353 Jos Edwards 1 lot in Eunice. lot 1. block 13. N and B addition, val $20: parish 8.e, state lOe school 10c. total 38c. 89) Hammers & McGee 1 lot in Eunie. bounded north by block 8. south block 14. east Third street. west Fourrth st. 1 lot in ECaire. acquired of J J Lewis Total val $1540: parisn $1.35. state r·. C V 3c. ro.ds 4c. school lTc. int 18,-. total $..10. 6100 Mrs W T IHenderson 16 acres wood, in se 4, qee :fi, rp 5 a. r 2 e. val $50: parish 4=u. state 25c. C V Ic. roads le, -ehool 23. int 1.e. total $1.12. ;657 Mrs Azrier IT Keller I lot in E-"ie., lot 4. block T. F TI Addition, val S"0: parish 27e. state I5c, roads Ie. school 15e. total 58c. 63. TMennis Keller 2 tots in Eunice. Nos 5 and ii bWeck 7. S11H .tddition. ral $60: parish .4e. state :atr. C V cl. roads le, s-hool 30e. int Sc. , Atel t.21. 1o) T F Keller 3 lots in E'mi-e. Nos 1. 2 .1: block 4. y. Arddition. ral $S40; parish *7e-Ii Sstate $4.20, C V 17c, roads 21c, sehoo $4.20, int UOc. total $17.24. 721 Mrs Amilie Lede 1 lot in Eunice, No 2, block 13, N & ! Addition. 1 lot in Eunice. No. 3, block 91, F & I Addition, total val $200; parish $1.80 state $1. C V 4c, roads Sc, sct ool $1, ini 18c, total $4.07. 786 Arthur Mang 1 lot in Eunice, lot 1, block 27, im proved, val $300: parish $2.70, statf $1.50, poll $1, C V 6c, roads Sc, school $1.50, interest 30c, total $7.14. 824 Albert Meyer 1 lot in Eunice, bounded north and south by Fontenot, east public road, west Fontenot. val $20: parish 18c. state 10c, poll $1, school 10c. total $1.38. 907 A F and E H McGee 1 lot in Eunice, lot S, block 6l, val 810); parith 90c. state 50c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 50c, int 9c, total $2.03. 913 Willie McGee 3 lots in Eunice. lots 1. 2 and 3, block 46, improved. val .$300; parish $2.70, state $1.50, C V tie, roads Se, school $1.50, int 30c, total $6.14. 921 W C Nash 3 lots in Eunice, Nos 9, 10 and 11, block 5, improved, val $600: parish $c,.40, state $3. poll $1, C V 12c, roads 15c, school $3. int 66c. total $13.33. 953 Jos Perrodin 47 acres improved, bounded north by McBride, south Dejean. east Richard, west Hans, val $540; parish $4.86, state $2.70, C V 11, roads 14c. int 45c, total $8.26i. 1008 Mrs Alex Reed 2 lots in Eunice. Nos 8 and 9, block 51, val $100; parish 90e, state 50c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 50c, int 9c, total $2.03. 11.07 Alex Simien 20 acres improved, bounded north by Simien. south Joubert, east Andrepont, west Simien. val $2:-0: parish $2.07, state $1.15. poll $1. C V 4c, roads 6c, school $1.15, int 24c, total $6.71. 1140 Jim M Smith 4 lots in Eunice. Nos 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 12, N & B Addition; parish 72c, state 40c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 40c, int Sc, total $1.64. 1157 Leon Sonnier 1.75 acre, bounded north Veazie, south Todd, east Baptiste, west Veazie, val $10; parish 9c. state 5c, total 14e. 1218 Jean Baptiste Toussiant 1 lot in Eunice. No 8, block 11, N & B Addition, val $50; parish 45c, state 25c, C V lc, roads lc, school 25c, int 6c, total $1.03. 1263 Staunislas Wyble 1 lot in Eunice. No. 4. block 22, im proved, val $1500: parish $13.50, state $7.50, C V 30c, roads 38c, school $7.50, int $1.74, total $30.92. 1264 Adam T Young 28 acres improved, bounded north by Manuel, south public road, east Manuel, west public road, val $270; parish $2.43, state $1.35, poll $1, C V Sc, roads 7c, int 24c, total $5.14. 1279 Mrs Louise Young 1 lot in Eunice, No 8. block 29, im proved, val $410; parish $3.69, state $2.05, C V 8c, roads 1Oc, school $2.05, int 48c, total $8.45. NON-RESIDENTS. 7 Alexandria Lumber, G & C Co 160 acres, sw 1 of sw 14, w 4 of nw 1/, see 13, nw 1 of sw 1/, see 13, tp 3 s, r 4 e. Cypress timber on 200 acres. Se 14, se 14 of ne 14, sec 11, tp 3 s, r 4 e. Single mill, total val $2380; parish $21.42, state $11.90, C V 48e, roads 60e, levee $23.80, acreage $8, int $3.97, total $69.77. 12 T Anderson 8.4 acres improved, being the western portion of sec 61 tp 6 s, r 3 e, val $590; parish $5.31, state $2.95, C V 12e, roads i5c, int 51c, total $9.04. 22 Rowe Heirs and Ashcroft 102 acres, fractional sw 14 see 3, tp 7 s, r 7 e. val $410: parish $3.69, state $2.05, C V 8c, roads 10e, levee $4.10, acreage $5.10, int 90c, total $16.02. 30 Bank of Liverpool 40 acres, sw 14 of nw 14, see 13, tp 4 s, r 5 e, val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V 4c, roads 5c, levee $2, acreage $2, school 70e. int 45c, total $8.04. 44 Mrs Felicite Bihm 12 acres wood, bounded north by Co menu, south Jean, east David, west blank. 1 lot in Eunice, bounded north by Lewis, south Guillory, east Stewart, west Fontenot, val $60; priish 54c, state 30e, C. V. 1c, roads lc, s.ooul 10c, total 96c. 58 Chas F Borah 381.81 acres, fractional sec 10, tp 3 s, r 3 e. val $1900; parish $17.10. state $9.50, C V 38c. roads 48c, 'levee $19, acreage $19.05, school $9.50, int $4.50, total $79.51. 61 Miss Myra Boudreaux 2 lots, 9 and 10. block 11. Eunice, Bac. Addition. val $100; parish l9(. state SOc. C V 2c, roads 2c, school 50c, int 9, total $2.03. 68 Ignace Breaux 33 acres improved, bounded north and south by Guidry, east Bayou Carencro, west Breaux. 31 acres improved, bounded north by Breaux. south Babineaux, east Guilbeau. west Prejean, total val $560; parish $5.04, state $2.80, C V 11c. roads 14c, school $1.68, int 57c, total $10.34. 88 A J Campbell 320 acres, ne 14 sec 4. and nw 14 sec 3, tp 4 s. r 5 e, val $1280; parish $11.52, state $6.40), C V 26c. roads 32e, levee $12.80, acreage $16. school $4.48, int $3.10, total $54.88. 114 Cochran & Wilson Timber on 28.76 acres, bounded north by Johnson, south Perrault, east Gar land, west Perrault. Timber on 152.28 acres, bounded north by Camille. south Lewis. east Camille. west Nargress. Timber on :3.84 acres, bounded north by Courtablean. south Lewis, east Sibille. west Bellard. Timber on 84 acres, bounded north by Courtableau. south Realty Co. east John son, west Sibille. Timber on 170 acres. bounded north by Courtableau. south Realty Co, east Gar land, west Johnson. Timber on 400 acres, bounded north by Gaudet. south Perrault, east same. west Saizan. Timber 150 acres. bounded north by Nezat. south Saizan. east Sibille. west Timber on 253 acres, bounded north by Cole. south Pickney. east Hardwood Co, west Castille. Timber on 160 acres, ne 1/ sec 25, tp 6s. r5e. Timber on 83.45 acres, bounded north by Courtableau, south Devilliers. east Perrault. west Saizan, total val $4570: parish tax $41.13. state $22.85. C V 91c. roads $1.14, levee $45.70, int $6.70, total $118.43. 116 Cochran & Wilson All oak and ash timiaber on 185 acres. bounded north by Saizan, south Cole. east and west Zeringue. val $250: par ish. $2.25, state $1.23, C V Sc. roads Oc. levee $2..0. int 36c. total $6.47. 121 Howard Cole & Co., Inc. 264.96 acres. e % of uw 14. see 6. tp O s. r 7 e: w ½ of e ,+, sec 11. and 20 acres in fractional e ½ sec 17. tp 5 a. r7 e: vl $1320; parish $11.88. state $41.60. I( V _e. rds :-is<*. Isv e $13. ti acrea e $1362). int $2.75, total $48.22. 122 Howard Cole & Co.. inc. 40 ae-re' re 14 of aw .4, see 6. tp 6 a. r 7. r: i '400: parish A1.30. state $1. C" V. 4c. ro::s -i. levee $2. acreage $2, int -to. to -7.29. 128S IJ Clei 1 lot in ..l+.iile, No 9, block 9. vall .i: ) pUrish 4G. state 25c. C V lc. reade le. levee 50e, int 7c. total $1.29. 134' J M Cooley 1 lot in Colorado Southern Addition.i .Opelouas. No 16. block 7, ral $30. par ish 27ec. state 15c. roads Ie, O G 15e. trtal .8c. '! 9 Courtablsnse River Mill Lumber Co 15 acres improved. bounded north by reseott. loath RibeL east Rayou Co"r t':tlin. *ws iihbel, val $150;: perish t -.' '. ~ -t, "'... V 3e. roads 4e. int i2c. total $2.2 143 T Joues Cross 80.41 acres. ne 14 of sw 14, sw 4 of sw 4., sec 14, tp 7 s, r 6 e,val $320; parish $2.88, state $1.60, CV 6c, roads Sc. levee $3.20, acreage $2, int 58, total $10.40. 146 Theodule Daigle 32 acres improved, bounded north by Olivier, south Daigle, east same west parish line, val $260; parish $2.34, state $130, C V 5c, roads 7c, school 78c, int 27, total $4.81. 148 Mrs Lena Darsall 2 lots in Eunice, lots 3 and 4, block 2I , val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V 4e ,roads 5c, school $1, int 22c, totdl $4.11. 163 Mrs Alcide Devilliers 35 acres woods, bounded north by Durio, south public road, east Hebert, west Robin, val $180; parish $1.62, state 90c, C V 4c, roads 5c, levee $1.80, acreage 88c, int 30c, total $5.59. 193 C B Fisher 80 acres, s 1 of ne 14, sec 18, tp 3 s, r 6 e, val $320; parish $2.88, state $1.60, C V 6c, roads 8c, levee $3.20, acreage $4, int 70c, total $12.52. 194 C B Fisher 160 acres, s 3 of se 1, ne i of se I, se 14 of sw /4, sec 8, tp 3 s, r 6 e, val $800; parish $7.20, state $4, C V 16c, roads 20e, levee $8, acreage $8, int $2.25, total $29.81. 196 Fisher Lumber Co. 80 acres, s 1 of no /4, sec 14, tp 3 s, r 6 e. SO acres, s 3 of se 1, sec 31, tp 2 s, r 6 e. 320 acres, w l of nw 14, se 14 of nw a4. ne ', ne 1 of nw ' sec 17, tp 3 s, r ( e. 40 acres, se 4q of nw 1/, sec 18, cp 3 s, r 6 e. 207 acres, nw 1/4, nw '4 of ne '4, and seven acres to be taken from the w 1 of sw '4 of ne '4, section 13, tp 3 s, r 5 e. 280 acres, n % of s %, s 9 of ne '4, se /4 of se '4, sec 12, tp 3 s, r 5 e. 40 acres sw 14 of sw '4, sec 9, tp 3 s, r 6 e. 120 acres, s 1 of sw '4. sec 29. and ne /4 of nw 14, see 32, tp 2 s, r 5 e, val $10,180; parish $91.62, state $50.90, C V $2.04, roads $2.55, levee $101.80; acre age $58.35, int $18.45, total $325.71. 209 Theogene Fontenot 60 acres improved, bounded north by McGee. south Courville, east and west Miller, val $360; parish $3.24, state $1.80, C V 7c, roads 9c, int 30c, total $5.50. 212 Eugene Frank 40 acres improved, bounded north by Vidrine, south same, east Lazaro, west Deshotels, val $240; parish $2.16, state $1.20; C V 5c, roads 6c, school $1.20, int 27c, total $4.94. 217 Fabius Fusilier 2 lots in Eunice, Nos 5 and 6, block 10, val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V 4c, roads 5c, shcool $1, int 24c, total $4.13. 228 H L Garland Jr 76.22 acres, bounded north by Durio, south Bayou Courtableau, east Renty, west Durio, val $660; parish $5.94, state $3.30, C V 13e, roads 17c, int 57c, total $10.11. 230 Arvillian Janbert 80 acres improved, bounded north by Sonnier, south Moreau, east Derbanae, west Haast val $460; parish $4.14, state $2.30, C V Ic, roads 12e, mt 39c, total $7.04. 233 Florian Giangue 10.94 acres, all fractional see 51, tp 6 s, r 5 e, val $50; parish 45c, state 25c, C V lec, roads lc, levee 50c, acreage 25c,' int 9c, total $1.56. 243 L H Gomer 1 lot in Eunice, No 4, block 6, Gour nay's Addition, val $50 ;parish 45e, state 25c, C V lc, roads Ic, school 25e, int 6e, total $1.03. 245 Mrs Ben Gass 1 lot in Eunice, No. 6, block 49, val $50; parish 45c, state 25c, C V Ic, roads le, school 25c, int 6, total $1.03.. 251 John Green 1 lot in Eunice, No. 6, block 31. I lot in Eunice, No 6, block 32. 1 lot in Eunice, No 2, block 29, total val $800: parish. $270, state $1.50, C V 6e, roads Ac, school $x.50, int 34e, total $6.18. 257 Evans (Iuitroz 120 acres, -e '4 of se '4, sec 15; sw '4 of nw 14, : e ' of ne 1, sec 22, tp 7s, r7 e. . .. Timber only on b0 acres, s- of sw 1, see 15, tp 7 s, r 7 e; val $720; par ish $6.48, state $':.00, C V 14c, roads 18e, levee $7.20, acreage $3, int $1.23, total $21.83. 263 Chas Joseph Guidry 1 lot in Arnaudville, bounded north by Canal street, south corporation line, east parish line, west Pipitone, val $100: par ish POe. state 50c, C V 2e, roads 2c, levee $1, int 14. total $2.58. 267 Heirs of J C Guilbeau 160 acres wood, e 1 of e 1)4, see 20 tp 7 s. r 7 e, val $b40; parish $5.76. state $3.20. C V 13c, roads 11k, levee $6.40, acreage $4. int $1.17, total 920.82. 275 Olin Cr illory 1 lot, bounded nor h bys ranger, south public road, east blank, west Yotmg. val $40; parish :" Oc. state _0e. C V le, roads 1c, total 58c. 325 William HElmick 4 lots in Melville, Nos 5 and 6, block 9, and 10 and 12, block 20. val $120: parish $1.08, state 60e, C V 2, roads e, levee $1.20, int 18, total $3.11. 330 A Haufpauir 1 lot in Eunice, lot 5, block 5, Frisco Hizhts.val $30; nrII 271 -late lo roads le. school $15. total .5c. 333 Mrs Frank Howard 61 acres improved. bounded north by Fontenot. south Whittin:: ton, val ,600-: parish $5.40. state $3, C V 12c, roads 15c, O G Ol. int 60c, total $12.36. 3:14 W HI Howcott 200 acres, s % of s 4, sec 29, and se /4 of se 114 see 30, tp 2 s. r 5 e,-.val $1000: parish $9, state' $5, C V 20c. roads 25c, levee $10. acreage $10, int $2.07. total $36.52. :39 G JoThnson 480 acres, w i sec 17, se /4W see 18. tp 3 s, r 6 e, val $38440; parish $34.56. state $19.20. (: V 77c. roads 96c. levee $38.40. acreage $24, int $7.08, total $.124.97. ;'40 WE J.elks 2 lots iu Eunice. Nos-5 and 6, block 27, val 1350: parish $1.35, state 75c, C V. 0e, roads 4c, school 75c. int 18e, total $:.10. 341 Estate Merret Jelk 1 lot in Eunice, bounded north by Mil ler, south Sittig, east railroad. west pub lic road. val $150: parish $1.35, state he. C V :3,. roads 4c, school 75e, int 18e, total $3.10. 351 Elisabeth Jordon 36 acres improved, bounded north by Jordon, south Boagni, east Jordon, west Bayou Bourbeaux, val $340; parish $3.06. state $1.70. C V 7c, roads 9e, school $1.02. int 3We. total $6.30. 352 Mary F Jordon :13 acres improved bounded north by Thibodeaux, south Jordon, east Jordon. west Bayou Bourbeaux, val $340: parish $3.06. state $1.70, C V 7e, roads 9c, school $1.02, int 36c, total $6.30. 3KS 'aus' Kling 21 acres improved, bounded north by Beard. south McIllheny, east public road, west Beard, val $220: parish $1.98. state $1.10, C V 4c, roads ti, school 60, int '22, total $4.06. ;34; Rev L LaRoche 4 lots in Eunice. Nos 9. 10. 11 and 12. block 3, Reed Addition, 2 lots, 5 and 6, block -, Reeds addition, val $300: par ish $2.70. state $1.50, C V 6e. roads Sc. school $150. int 34.e, total $6.18. :195 Louisiana Land Co. 80 acres. sw 14 of aw 4, se 14 of ec 4, see 2. tp 2 s. r 4 e. val $404): parish $3.60. state C V Sc. roads 1Oc. levee $4. acreare $, int S2r total $14.00. :$6 Louisiana Central Land & Improve ment Co. 3 lots in Eunice, Nos 5. 6. 7. block 13. 4 lots in itonice. Nos 5. 6, 7, 8. block 13. all in Bae. Addition, val' $500: par ish $4.50. state $~..5` C V le. roads 13c. school $2.50. oint e., total $10.30. -7T Emile Ludean 2 lots in Ennice, Nes I and 2, block 24b. $200- : parish $1.0. state $1. C; (Continueu os page 2) I IBABSANDWA A WAYS i BNAND IN HAND AT WASH INIiTON Increased Appropriation For Both Made by the Govern ment.--Other Washing ton News Washington, D. C., May 9. - The river and harbor appropria tion bill which has been under consideration by the Senate Com mittee on Commerce for the past month has been reported to the upper branch of Congress and will be taken up immediately. It carries in round numbers $34,053,000, being an increase of $7,791,000 over the House mea sure. The increases are largely due to the demands of flooded sections of the country, particu larly along the Mississippi and the Missouri, the necessity for emergency appropriations to strengthen levees and repair cre vasses adding considerably to the amount which the bill carries. While the bill does not appro priate as large an amount as the National Rivers and Harbors Congress has stood for in its resolutions the officers of the organization feel encouraged over the growing sentiment for a generous waterway bill making yearly appropriations for ap proved projects. Less and less does the personal side of legisla tion enter into the consideration of the measure, and each project is coming to stand on its own merits rather than on log-rolling which marked the bill in years gone by. Good roads and improved water ways go hand in hand, Congress having decidedto dealgenerously with the good roads movement during the present session of Congress. In connection with the American Road Congress to be held next fall Secretary Wil son has authorized Director Logan Waller Page of the Ofbie of Good Roads. to give a complete exhibit of the government's work on the public roads of the country, showing how unim proved roads hurt the farmer and how improved roads aid not only the farmer but the con sumer. Four of the biggest associa tions of the country interested in public roads are consolidating tY-i? forces in order to make the ne:. t American Road Congress the biggest affair of its kind in the history of the movement. There were 1,620,766,000 pounds of butter valued at $405,000,000 produced on farms and in fac tories in the United States during the census year 1909, according to a statement issued by the Census Bureau. The largest total quantity was produced by the West North Central division. Among the States, Wisconsin ranks first as a butter producer, with Iowa second and Minnesota third, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, New York, Texas .zd Indiana trailing along in the' order .s given. One and a half billion pounds of butter valued at over four hundred million dol lars is going some along the but ter route. The memorial exercises in honor of the late Major A. W. Butt, the President's Aide who was a victim in the Titantii dis aster, held in Washington oan Sunday, brought together the most distinguished company ever assembled in the Capital City of the Nation. The exercises were held under the auspices of a local lodge of Ancient Free and Ac cepted Masons of which"Arehie" Butt was a member and who lived the principles of Masonry every day in the year. The ex ercises were profoundly impres sive, the President finding it difficult to speak of the sterling qualities of his Aide who has grown to be more like a-son to him than a military attache CHARTER OF THE LAWTELL GIN CO., LTD. State of Louisiana, Parish of St. Landry.) Be it known, That on this twenty seventh (27th) day of the month of March, in the year of our Lord nine teen hundred and twelve (1912 before me, Stanislas Joseph Gosselin,a Notary Public, duly commissioned, qalifiled and sworn in and for the Parish and State first above written, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named personally came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto subscribed who severally declared that availing themselves of the provisions of Act No.36 of the session of the Legis lature of the State of Louisiana of 1888, approved June 29th, 1888, as well as the general laws of the State relative to the formation and organization of cor porations, they have formed and or ganized, and by these presents do form themselves and such other persons as may hereafter become associated with them into a corporation and body poli tic in law for the object cand ;urposes and under the stipulations following, to-wit: Article I. The name and style of this corporation is herebydeclared to be the Lawtell Gin Company, Ltinited, and it shall have and enjoy succession and existence for a period of ninety-nine years from the date hereof. It shall have the power to contract, sue and be sued, to make a corporate seal and the same to break or alter at pleasure; to hold, purchase, lease, rent, sell, mort gage, pledge, and hypothecate property real, personal and mixed; to name, elect and appoint managers, salesmen and agents; to make and establsh by laws, rules and regulations for the management of its business and af fairs. Article 11. The domicile of this cor poration shall be at Lawtell in the Parish of St. Landry, State of Louis iana, where all citations and otherlegal process shall be served upon its Presi dent, and in case of his absence upon the Vice-President, or in the event of the absence of both the President and Vice-President on the Secretary-Treas urer. Article III. The object and purposes for which this corporation is organized and the nature of the bnusiness to be carried on by it are hereby declared to be as follows, to-wit: To establish and operate warehouses, yards and store rooms for handling, storing, weighing, sampling and shel tering cotton, cotton seed,corn, rice and other farm products; to own and oper ate a cotton gin or gins; to do a general brokerage and commission business in all farm products; to own and operate rice, sugar and syrup mills to mana facture and sell bricks and cement blocks; to operate wood and lumber yard; to operate a canning plant for preserving fruits and vegetables, and to manufacture vinegar pickles, ete; to buy and sell all necessary raw mater ials, and to handle all by-products of the things so manufactured; and to carry on in connection therewith a general mercantile business, asn todo any and all things incidental and ger mane to the objects and purposes herela set forth. Article IV. The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at the sun of twenty thousand dollars, divided into two thousand shares of the par value of ten dollars each. The amount of each share shall be paid for in, cash or its equivalent and this corporatio shall become a going concern whae five hundred shares shall have been subseribed and waddfor. Article V. Ah eth e co rate paes of this corporation shall be veste Ib a board of diectors, to be compamdo f' five stock holders, and the ment of the binealaess shall be b ti6 hands of the board. The- members of the said board shall be sleeted annmadly on the second Tuesday .f March of each and every year, commeneaing t the year 1912. The members of sat board shall hold olflee until their see cessors have been elected ant iqualfted Any vacancy oearuing in thetr body sahll be lled by the rematitg aues ters $om among the stoekholders. At all meetings of stoeekholders each sta-c holder shall be ensttled to one vote for each share of stock owned by him, which vol.e may be east in person or proxy. The Bosrid ,t Direetors ItI have power tlo . ...eall rulesand reog tastons for their own government akm the proper conduct of the affair of the corporation. They shall elect from their own number a Presi dent, Vice-Preeidenrt and a Secrete-y and Treasurer, but however the o4fe. of Secretary and Treasurer may be combined into one office as the bae may from time to time direct. UiTil the election to be held by the stoek.. holders on the second Tuesday' of March, 1913, as hereinafter provided for is had, W. t,. Dejean, J. S. Evalrn. D'R. Paul Foster. Jules Joubert and.John k Cannon shall constitute the first BDact of Directors with the said W.. C. Des' jean as President, J. . Evans so Vite President, and Dr. Paul Foster as $Me retary-Treasurer. Three members of the said Board shall constitute a qam. rum fir the transaction of business. Article Vl. The eapital stock of thie corporation may be increased at ay time in accordance with the laws of tth state. This charter may be atmenditd altered or changed or bhe corporation. d'ssolv.ed by a vote of two-thlirdsotthe tuockholders Voting by shares sit 5+ imeetling convened for that p.rpese after thirty days' previous nott.e of such meeting as shall have been gives eachl, stockholder by letter and by pnB. I ration lu-one or more newapa peispub li .hed in the Parish of tt. LandI'y. Article VII. No stockholder of this corporation shall be held liable fotmP: of the faults, indebtedness, or contraeet thereof in any further sum than the utpaid balance due the corporat.esao it he shares owned by him, nor sha.ltay. informality in the orgamization bhave the effect of rendering this charter aslll or of expostng a shareholder to astp ti..bility whatever. Article VIII. A failure at any tane' tip hold meetings or elect directeoror i,fficrs as herein provided, shall not o ork a forfeiture of this Charter o :dis solve the corporation, but the exiating board of directors and oftfieers shall e+rr.inue n.til their suecessors have. ,.,e. chosen by election, which election shall be held as soon as possible. A ticle IX. At the expiratio of this Sihart, r, unless sooner dissolved, its al lairs shall be liquilated by comtgus ,stoners to be .telered by the suoekhotl er., and aid commissioners are ia vestkd with full powers to liquidate the - affairs of the corporation. Said coae. missioners to be three in number and to be selected or elected to such manner as the stockholders may designate. Thu- done and passed at Lawltel,. Parish and State aforesaid, on the day, month and year first herein above Wets. ten, in the presence of Joe P. Coraer and Amos Blhm, competent witesses, who have signed these presents t. gether with the appearers and me, Notary, after due reading of the wholes W.'. IDJEAN, J. -. KVANr. Df. PAU L FOSTI 4, his JULES ax JOUBEMZT mark JOHN L. CANYNON. Witnesses: Joe. P. Cormter, Amet Bltin. , . h GottEILIN.. Notary Pabie. State of Louisima, r Parish of t,. Landry. . I hereby certify that the within and foregoiug is a true and correct copy of Original Aet No. 718T7 on liler and of record in my ofted in Mis Book No. 4i, page - . of date April 2d, 1912. W ttnes my hand and the seal of ar oifiee at Opetousas, La., this 2. dag i A pril, 1912. (seal) L. A. SANDOZ, fry. Clerk 1kth Jud. Districeta . tat f ,8 J I ' I I I I I -." . · "