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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 T1lE 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%--Paid on Tmeu. Certificates of Deposit--3% DIRECTORS: J. A. aas, Jaos. L Bgal, L I. tL Llhtelel J J. Tbihpson, Samnel han, tla F. m 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. (INMCOrORATED) Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station. Before buying your ticket call on the et of the ~frii L i i ýestesrates rates and to your journey. Don't SuffMe "1 had bee troubled, a IMtle, for nearly ears," wrtes MI. L Fincher, in a letter fraom Peavy, Al, "but I was not tk dawn, I Muarch, whens I went ito bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could or as, but I got no better. I hrt all over, and I couldnotrest. Atlast, Itried Cardid, and soon I began to himprove. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housewolt" C TAKE The ARDUI worman Tonic You may ~adr why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardul is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively mon 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. FPincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what It did for her At all druggists. A TTENTION For Cut Glass, Silverware, Watches, Clocks. Jewelery Hand Painted China. --GO TO- C. A. Yo un (Successor to H. W. Penrr & CGo." Now Located Opposite Court ous Repairing A Speci.. ty John W. ClRk,l~ar a| :C!arion $1 Per Year; (Continued from page 3.) 123 Biles & Brown 2308 acres improved, boueanded north bh Beggs et als, south Serihner, east Lit tell et als; west Bayou Boent 1080 acres improved, bounded north b3 Kelt et als, south Quirk, east Bayor Boeutf, west Boagni, total val l14160 parish $13014, state $72.30, CV $2.80 roads $3.62, levee $111, acreage $118.40 school $4.80, int $26,58, total $469.73. 152 Mrs Eleontine Casanove 27 acres improved, bounded north b1 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 34 lot in Washington, bounded north by Gordon st, south , east Motte, west Ware, val $100; parish 90c, state 50e, C V 2c, roads 2c, int 9c, total $1.53. 169 J A Clark 3/ lot in Washington, bounded north bylCarriere 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 5c, int 18c, total $3.08. 449 Hawkins & Woods' 4 lots in Eunice, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, block 5, N & B Add., val $80; parish 72c, state 40c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 40c, cost 25c, int 7c, total $1.88. 474 Home Mission 3,4 lot in Washington bounded north by Teurling, south Garrigue st, east Teurling, west Dolens street, val $30; parish 27c; state 15c, roads 1c, total 43c. 498 Joseph Joachim. 1 lot in Garland, bounded north by Brockins, south Bigus, east Garland, west Bayou Boeuf, val $130; parish $1.17, poll $1. state 65c, 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 I 23c, school $2.76, int 96c, total $17.01. 558 H Kilpatrick 6, 0 acres wood, undivided 4% interest in n Sof se 1J, see 36, tp 3 s, r 5 e, val $180; parish $1.62, state 90c, C V e 4e, roads eS levee $180, acreage $3, school 63c, int 45c, total $&49. 590 Valmont Larose 80 acres improved, w 3 of se I, see 59, tp 4 a, r 4 e, val $380; parish 3.42, state $1.90, C V Sc, roads 10e, levee $3.80, acreage $4, int 79e, total $14.09. 629 Lilly White Baptiste Association 1 lot in Washington, bounded north by Gardiner at south Bushot at, east Dolas st. west Church st, val $250; par ish $2.25, state $1.25, C V 5e, roads 6e, int 20c, total $3.81. 636 Love and Charity Association 34 lot, bounded north by Williams, south Hill steastgraveyard,west Jones, val $150; parish $1.35, state 75e, C V Sc, roads 4e, int cla, total $2.30.. 707 (arisson Murry Si lot in Washington, bounded north by Garigue st, south - , east Au gust4 west Bsile, val $00; parish 90c, state 5Oc, C V 2c, roads 2c, int 9c, total $1.53. 840 J Bte Rideau Jr 40 acres improved, bounded north, south, east and weot b as, val $260; parish .3 state $ C1.30, C V5 roads 7c, int 22c, total $3.98. 857 S D Relbts 120 acraes I eli d, bounded north by Bently, south drick, east swamp, west Bayou feeuf, vl $1490; parish $13.41, state $7.45, C V 30, roads 37c, levee $14.80, acreage $6, school $4.47. Int $2. total $14.080 905 d . Schell, Trustee 80 acres, n of nw , see 17, tp 5 s,r6 e. 160 acres, seo I of nw IA, ne '4 of sw 3%, nw 3k of se 4%, sw 3A of ne I, sec 19,tp5s, r6e. 120 acres, ne % od aw 4, nw K of se %, see 17, se 4 of ne IA see 19, 'tp 5 as, r 6 e, val $1440; parish $12.96, state $73.0, C. V. 29e, roadste c, levee $14, acreage $14.40, interest $3.20, total $568.41. 984 H H Smith IA lot in Washington, bounded north by Voltz, south Garigue st, east Gard; nego, west Gardiner, val $150; parish $1.35, state 75c, poll $1, C V 3e, roads 4c, int 13c, total $3.30. 990 MPStagg 160 acres improved, bounded north by Bayou Boeuf, south Littell, east Haas, west Bacon, val $1190; parish $10.71, state $5.95, C V 24c, roads 30c, schools $5.95, int $1.38, total $2453. 1040 Julien Theiry 30 acres improved, bounded north by Bayou Carron, south Theiry, east Franchboise, west Theiry, val $250; par ish $2.25, state $1.25, poll $1, C V 5c, roads 6e. int 21e, total $4.82. 1154 Dukns Williams Fractional lot in Washington, bounded north by Tenurling, south H Mission, east Teurling; west Dolas st, val $50; parish 45e, state 25c. poll $1, C V 1i, roans lc, int 4c, tatal $1.76. 1185 Calvin Woods I lot in Washington, bounded north by -- -, south Buhbot st. east Ander son st, west James, val $171: parish $1.35, state 75c, C V 3e, road. 4ce, 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 tenet, val $30; parish 27c, state 15ie. roads le, school I5e, total $58e. 74 J 1 Ballot 20 aerme improved, bounded north by public road, south, east and west by Miu. er val $180; parish $1.62, state 90e, poll $1, C V 4c, roads 4c, school 90c, int 1c, total $4.68. 130 Emos Bondreau 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 25e, oint 84c, total $15.29. 235 HE Cooper I lot in Eunice, lot 4, block 5, Gour nay's Addition, val $100; parish 90c, state 50, C V 2e. roads 2c. school 50., int sc. total $2.03. 318 W J Derbes 2 lots improved in Eunice, Nos 7 and 8, block 43. 3 lots improved, 14. 13. 16, block 91. F & L Addition. 1 lot improved. 30 feet off south sidPel lot 12, block S:. I 3 lots, Nos O. . 12. block 31. im proved, in Eunie. I lot, No 1. block I. K 3M Addition. total valuation of property, all in Eunice, val $3730: parish $333.57. state $18.65, C V 75.. roads 9l:c. school $18.65, int $4.35. total $76.90. . 353 ..Jo Edwards 1 I lot in Eunice. lot 1. block 13, N and 1 B addition, val $20: parish ISe. state 10c, school 10e, total 38e. 580 Hammers & iMcGee a 1 lot in Eunie. bounded north by block r 8. south block 14. east Third street, west Fourth st. I lot in Eni.e. acquired] of J J Lewisi a Total varl $~0: parish $1.35. state il T7e. C V 3.. roid4 4c. school The. int Ti-. totll $2.T0. r, 109 1Mrs W T' Ie.rde~on 10 nares woni. in st %. see 36, tp 5.4 a, r 2 e. val 95f: parish 47s. state 25e.. C 7 Vt . rao'T I-. .ehanl 25ie. int I~eA 7'7 3Mr-. Al.ier H Ketler " 19)9. in ER,-7:. Int-4. ble k 7. P H. T Adition. vRi F.0: parish 27tc. state 1- i rads Te. school ie, total 58e. 4158 PTeanis Keller i 2 lots i, Eunie. NSe 5 and f., block 7. t F H Additio, vral 00: parish 54c. sate 1 11.. C V lI, t ade le. s'bool 3k. int iS, 6515 LI P Kello -..- in- 'usq.---Z. h l.s*. C .. -.j .. .' . ... }-:, : , . ...'A . s.. .:s ..g.. E . . state $4.20, V IT roads 21c, school $4.20, inat90e, T~.c $ta7.2 721 Mrs Amilie Lede 1 lot in Eunice, No 2, block 13, N & B Addition. 1 lot in Eunice, No. 3, block 91, F & L Addition, total vat $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V 4c, roads 5ec, school. $1, int 18e, total $4.07. 786 Arthur Mang 1 lot in Eunice, lot 1, block 27, am proved, val $300; parish $2.70, state 1.50, pol $1, C V 6c, roads Sc, school S150, 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 AF and EH McGee 1 lot in Eunice, lot 8, block 6, val $100; parish 90c, state 50c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 50c, int 9c, total $2.03. 913 Willie McGee 3 lots in Eunice, 1ots 1, 2 and 3, block 46, improved, val $300; parish $2.70, state $1.50, C V 6c, 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 $o.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 Haas, val $540; parish $4.86, state $2.70, C V 11c, roads 14c, int 45c, total $8.26. 1008 Mrs Alex Reed 2 lots in Eunice, Nos 8 and 9, block 51, val $100; parish 90c, state 50c, C V 2c, roads 2c, school 50c, int 9c, total $2.03. 1107 Alex Simien 20 acres improved, bounded north by Simien, south Joubert, east Andrepont, west Simien, val $230; 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, southl Todd, east Baptiste, west Veasie, val $10; parish 9c, state 5c, total 14c. 1218 Jean Baptiste Toussiant 1 lot in Eunice, No 8, block 11, N & B Addition, val $50; parish 45c, state 25c, C V Ic, roads cl, 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 5c, roads 7c, int 24c, total $5.14. 1279 Mrs Louise Young 1 lot in Eunice, No 8, block 29, im proved, val $410; parish $..69, state 05, C V 8e, roads 10c, school $2.05, int 48c, total $8.45. NON-RFaIENTS. 7 Alexandria Limnbe G & C Co 169 aeres, aw 3 oftar , w % of nw A, see 13, nw2 of sw %, see 3, tp 3. s, r 4e. Cypress timber on 200 acres. S , se % of ne U, see 11, tp 3 , r4e. Single mill total val $2380; parish 1.2, state $1190, C V 48e, roads 60e, levee $2 0, 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; adsh $5.31, state $2.95, C V 12c, toads 15c, int 51c, total R.04. 22 Rowe Heirs and Asheroft 102 acres, fractipaal ~a l see 3, tp 7 ar er val $00-; parish $.69, state $2.05, CV S e rieds 10c, levee $4.10, acreage S.10,- it oe, total $1&02. 30 Bank of Liv.odt.'l . 40 acres, aw K of nw , sie 13, tp 4 r 5 e, val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, V 4c. roads Sc, levee $2M acreage $2,. school 70e. int 45e, total $8.04. 44 Mrs Felieite Bihnn 12 acres wood, bounded north by Co mean, south Jean, east David, west bank. 1 lot in Eunice, bounded north by Lwis, south Guillory, east Stewart, west Fontenot, val $60; parish 54e, state 30c, C. V. cl, roads 1c, school 1&c, total 96e. 58 Chas F Birah 381.81 acres, fractional see 10, tp 3 ,. r 3 e, val $1900; parish $17.10, state $9.50, C V 38c, roads 48c, levee $19, creage $19.05, school $9.50, int ,$4.50, total $79.51. 61 Miss Myra Boudreaux Slots, 9 and 10, block 11, Eunice, Bac. Addition, val $100; parish 90c, state 50c, C V 2c, moads 2S, school 50e, int 9, totnal 8 Ignace BIreaux 33 acres improved, bounded north and outh by Guidry, east Bayou Carenero, wert Breaux. 31 acres improved, bounded north by Breaux, south Babineaux, east Guilbeau. vest Prejean total val $560; parish 1 5.04. state .S0 C V l, roads 14e I dthool $1.68, ig~ Y ie, total $10.34. 68 A J Campbell 320 acres, ne 2 see 4. and nw 4 sece , tp 4 s, r 5 e, val $1280; parish $11.52, tate $6.40, C V 26c. roads 32e, levee 12.,80, acreage $16, school $4.48, lt -M 1n t .*.l Rd , 114 Cochran & Wilson Timber on 28.76 acres, bounded north by Johnson, south Perrault, easst Gar land, west Perrault. Timber on 152.28 acres, bounded north by Camille, south Lewis, east Camille. west Nargress. Timber on 33.84 acres, bounded north by Courtablean, south Lewis, east Sibille. west Bellard. Timber on 84 acres, bounded north by Courtablean, south Realty Co, east'John son. west Sibille. Timber on 179 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 180 acres, ne A see 25, t 6s.r5e. Timber on 83.45 acres, bounded north by Courtablean, south Devilliers, east Perrault, west Saisan, total val $4570: parish tax $41.13, state $22.85. C V 91e, roads $1.14. levee $45.70, int $6.70, total $118.43. 11.6 Cochran & Wilson All oak and ash timber on 185 acres, bounded north by Saizan, south Cole, east and r-e't Zeringuoe val $250; par ish, $2.25. stte $1.25, C V 5e. roads Oe. levee $2.50, int 36c, total $6.4T. 121 Howard Cole & Co., Inc. 264.96 acres, e W of nw t. see 6, tp l f as, r 7 e: w of e ~, see 11, and 20 acres in fractional e % see 17, tp 5 s. r 7 e: ral $1320: parish $11.88, state lt6.f r' VL 2&-. r...d!* :,". I . r r... S1321 acreage $13.20, int $2.75. total $48.22. 192 HToa-ard Cole & Co,. inc. i 40 nera . re 14 of 4w 1/. see 6. tp 6 . r f. .! 1 2'06: nariaih 1.80, state $1. C ". 4.'. ro..e :v'. levee *. acreage $2. int if-.. tortl S'7.2.. lZ N .N (l.lee 1 i1t ;, ,el,:i'le. No 9, block 9, valt ,750 parish 43p. state 25c, C Id, roads ?e, levee 5kO. int 7e., t~gl $.- 9, :. 1.3t - 3- Jldley' I lot in Colorado Southern Addition. )pelonsasi . No 16. blEck T. val r$:. per Ish 27e. state 15e. roads le, 0 G 15e. - Si fCo:rtableeO 'i'-er Mill Lamber Cof 15 ares impr~P,,a heased, north by 3 '-Iresco.tt. "th Ei'1bCeast -.you Cour 'ble"'. "-'+ 1ihe. st- $lIS,: pa.lsh r,1, *<*#* =f C I 'r rens 4e.: i .ý tlltile 26 149 T TOrne eCes S8041 aeo , as a t aw %, sw j a aw A, ee 14 tak 7 s, r 6 e vat C82& ariah state $1 , -Cy V e r a.e $e, levee , acreage $2, int 58e, tots $10.40 146 Theodule Dalgie 32 acres improved, bounded north Ib Olivier, south Daigle, east same we lihnue, vt $360; s $.3 sta o alV Sc roads , sehooMl78c, ln 27, total $4.81. 148 Mrs Lena Darsall 2 lots in Eunice, lots 3 and 4, bloeB 2, val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V 4c ,roads 5c, school $1, int 22c, totan $4.11. 163 Mrs Alcide Devilliers 35 acres woods, bounded north by Uurio, south public road, east Hebert, weal Robin, val $180; parish $1.62, state 90c, SV 4c, roads $c, leee $1.80, acreae 88c, `nt 30c, total $5.59. 193 C B Fisher 80 acres, s 3 of ne ', sec 18, tp 3 s, r 6 e, val $320; parish $2.88, state $1.60, C V Sc, roads Sc, levee $3.20, acreage $4, int 70c, total $12.52, 194 C B Fisher 160 acres, a % of se 'A, ne 3/ of se 'A se 'A of sw 'A, see 8, tp 3s, r 6 e, a $800; parish $7.20, state $4, C V 16c, roads 20c, levee $8, acreage $8, int $225, total $29.81. 196 Fisher Lumber Co. 80 acres, s 3. of ne 'A, sec 14, tp 3 s, r6e. 80 acres. a 3 of se 'A, sec 31, tp 2 a, r 6 e. 320 acres, w 1, of nw '4, se ' of nw '4, ne , ne 4 of nw 4 sec 17, tp 3 s, r 6 e. 40 acres, se 'A of nw ', sec 18, cp 3 s, r 6 e. 207 acres, nw ', nw 'A of ne Ak, and seven acres to be taken from the w ' of sw a/ of ne A4, section 13, tp 3 a, r 5 e. 280 acres, n 34 of a ,, s % of ne 4, e ' of se 'A, sec 12, tp3 s, r 5 e. 40 acres sw 'k of sw 'A, sec 9, tp 3 s, r6 e. 120 acres s 1, of sw A%, sec 29, and ne 'A of nw 6,. sec 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 ge $58.35, int $18.45, total $325.71. 209 Theogene Fontenot 60 acres improved, bounded north by feGee, south Courville, east and west Miller, val $360; parish $3.24, state 180, C V 7c, roads 9c, Int 30c, total 112 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 Sc, roads 6c, school $1.20, nt 27e, total $4.94. 117 Fabius Fusilier 2 lots in Eunice, Nos 5 and 6, block [0, val $200; parish $1.80, state $1, C V e, roads 5c, shcool $1, int 24c, total 4.13. 128 H L Garland Jr 76.22 acres, bounded north by Durio, south Bayou Courtableau, east Renty, west Durio, val $660; parish $5.92 state .30, C V 13c, roads 17Te, int 57e, tot]al o10.11 230 Arvillian Jaubert 80 acres improved, bounded north by Sonnise, south Moreau, east IDerbanne, west BHaas, val $460; parish $4.14 state 230, v , roads 12e, iar 39c, total W34 Florlan Glangue 10.94 acres, all fraetional see 51, tp 8 as. r 5 e, val $:0; perish 45e, state 26c, C V Ie, roads l, levee 50e, acreage 254, int 9Ce total $1.56. 243 L H Gamer 1 lot in Eunice, No block Gour nay's Addition, val $45e, state 25c, CV le, roeads 1, school 25e, mit 6e, total $1.08. 245 Mrs Ben Goss 1 lot in Eunice, No. 6, block 40, val $O0; parish 456c, state 25e, C V le, roads lc, school 25e, mt 6, total $1.08. 251 John Green 1 lot in Euanie, N . 6,block 31. I lot in Eunice, No ., biloek 82. 1 loita i eNoe b; Iock total vat $3-0; MaUsh , state $125 C V 6e, 18.. 257 Evans Guitros 121 ares, se , of se SC see mE; sw s of nw 3a, se r of nes , see 22, tp ssr 7 e. =hmber only on 80 acres, a l of aw 34, see 15,. t 7 a, r 7 e;. al $720; par iah $6.48, state $3.60, C V 14e, roads tISe, levSTe $.20, aereage $3, int $1.28 263 Chas Joseph Guildry 1 lot in Arnaudville, bounded north by Canal street, south corporation line, east parish line, west Pipitone, al $100; par ish 90e, state 50e, C V 2e, roads 2e, levee $1. int 14, total $2.58. 267 Heirs of J C Guilbeau 1600 acres wood, e of e }, see 20. tp 7 s, r 7 e, val $6;40 parish $5.76. state $3.20. C V M3c. roads 16e, levee $6.40, acreage $4. int $1.17, total 275 Olin Gnillory 1 lot, boinded nor',l by ;ranger, south public road, east blank, west Young. vat $40; pa rish ::tic, state 0e, C V Ic,. roads lc, total Sc. 325 William IT lmick 4 lots in Meivldve. Nos : and .i, bloe k 9, and 10 and 12. hidek 29, val $120: parish $1.08, state 60c, C V 2c. roads 3c. levee $1.20, int 18, total $3.11. 330 A Haufpanir 1 lot in Eunice. lot ., block 5. Frisco Hlighy h s, va1 $p0; !,a. 1-, 2T".,, t-l, te 1. roads lc, school $15, total ,Sc. 333 Mrs Frank Howard 61 acres improved bounded north by Fontenot. south Wluttinaton, val $600: parish $5.40. state $3, C V 12e, roads 15ce, 0 G 08. int 69c, total $12.36. 334 W H Howeott 200 acres, s 3 of s 3, sec 29, and se Z, of se 'A see 30, tp 2 as r 5 e, val $1000; parish $O state $5, C V 20c. roads 25e, levee $10, acresse $10, int $2.07, total $36.52. 330 G Johnson 480 acres, w 3 see 17, se 34 see 18. tp 3 sar 6 e, val $3840; parish $34.56. state $10.20, C V T7c, roads 96c, levee $38.40, acreage $24. int $7.08, total $12497. - :40 W E Jelks 2 lots in-Eunice, Nos 5 and 6, block 27, val $150: parish $1.35, state Toec, C V. 3c. roads -lc. school 7Te, int 18e, total 3.10. a 341 Estate Merret Jelk I lot in Eunice, bounded north by Mil ler, south Sittir, east railroad, west pub lie road, val $150; parish $1.35, state 7.e, C V S:, roads 4e, school 75c, int Ile, total $3.10. 351 Elisabeth Jordon 36 acres improved, bounded north by Jordon, south Boagni. east Jordon, westr Bayou Bourbeaux, val $340; parish $;.06. state $1.70. C V 7e, roads 9e. school $1.02, int 36e, total $6.30. 352 Mary F Jordon :" acres i:proVed bounded north by Thibodeaux, south Jordon, east Jordon. west Bayou Bourbeaux, vii $340: parish p.06. state $1.70, C V Te, roads 9e. school $1.. int 36e; total $.3 -. hiS l'u Kl*in 21 acres improved, bounded north by Beard. south Mclllhbey, east public road, ,oest Beard, vat 230; parish $1.9$, state t1.10. C v 4c roads e, school C6, int.i 1c, total $4.06. 186 Rev L LRoebe 4 ,ota in Eunice, Nos 9. 1, s1,: 12, btok 3, Reed Additiona 2" lots, i 6, block -. Reeds addition, val $300: par uir $2.7', state $1.50, C V 6c, re c S. idmool $1.50, int 3e , total $18. :1 511 Louisiana Land Co. 80 acres, saw k of aw 3., seaof ae see 28, tp 2 al. r 4 e., val 0 psarish,4 60, state 52, C V 8.. roads IO, levee 4 )aerrre i$, -nt ta, total $14&1. l0a L nsisha Central land & Improve meat Co. 8 lots in Enalee. Noes . 6 7. blohk 13. 4 l.es in hoa.ee. g .. 4 7, blepk, 1, atl in Ba. vat $5es par-p sg $41 att Casl a 0... rads 1t 3 'chool $2.i5. mat A, terL- $10.5 M a)'$5 ay a fgpr'ia $1.90. stats $1, 'o ~la;*.1 (O tishe pSE* '·.5 .,- ' ¾ii: ` OF INTEREST-TO THE .F i1 s O$ QUITO RIULES. Drain or fill in all pools where possible. Empty water from all tubs, buckets, c an s, flower-vases, watering troughs, fountain basins, once a week. Fill in or drain ditches, post holes, etc. Remove grass or rubbish near pools of water. Spread kerosene over the sur face of water. This cuts off the air supply of the wigglers. Change often and regularly all water needed in chicken coops, kennels, etc. Put a fine netting or wire screen on all water barrels, cis terns and tanks, in every day use. Do away or treat all places where mosquitoes are known to breed and then work on places where they might breed.-Bulle tin State Board of Health. DON'T GIVE UP. A. F. Kidder, Professor in Agronomy. The State of Louisiana has an average growing season of nine months between the last killing frost in spring and the first in fall. Farther north where the time for maturity for most crops is a great deal less, the farmer must hurry to get his crops planted. Frequently even he does not take time for his soil to get in the best condition for working. Less speed makes greater haste for our rops will do better if planted later pro vided the soil has been allowed to dry thoroughly. It wi. always pay to wait or the soil to be. come right before working it. The famers living along the Missmasippi River above the Red River wh>ererevastse have ae rred amay not be abl to wait for the soil toget intgeed on dition, but1theremisui to make a crp. F rt of all what plants will be able to na tore during the hottest part of the summer?.. Cow.po-p is one of the main stand-by.. The New Era cowpea wil grw to mater. ityinfrafim ty t. sa ve ,nty M, RI L O E, RAY WILLIAM JE INW IS RYAN. E:itr t)f ,texanSdr.II Demoerat S::ti b -N*brakaa Is* 8If I A Firebrat,. In the >irty. The Clarion has not always agreed with~ the political views of Major W. G. "obley, the veteran editor of the Alexandria Democrat. He is irratic at times, but everything which emanates from his pen is generally couched with the spirit of conscience and heart. The following dealing with the presidential situation, is charac teristic of the man: While the returns from the primary election held in Ohio last Tuesday, for the selection of delegates to the national con ven tions, are not complete, enough is known to foreeast the result with precision, as those yet to be received and promulgated, will not change it materialy, if at all Teddie Roosevelt has triumphed over Taft. A large majority of the delegates are Roosevelt parti sans. President Taft .has been d:iscedited in his own State. This will minimize, ifit does not actually destroy his chances, which have never been good for :the Republican presidential nomi pation. While it is no fight of ours we admit that. our sym pathiss have bee and are still with the President. While. be is not agressive by nature, he is safe, sane and con erative. If we are to have a sit Im presideat, he isc )i days, while the Clay an the e Whipporrwll are somewhatlater but will produce good bay a. I Ssometimes peas even when sow' as late as August. Thev. vie bean is another crop that akes. t good hay and does not need W be planted early for thispurpa'se r Both of these crops will do very~ well on sandy ridges which occur frequently after the water re - cedes. Sweet potato plants cLan be set out in June and July and fall Irish potatoes usually makei a very good crop. Fall garden can be made in Septembesr whiet will supply the home with plenty vegetables. There are a f.~ varieties of corn which can be planted very late, among th being the Dwarf Mexican. Jtie This is a slightly soft corn, h, t will withstand the attacks t.ef the weevils fairly well and geni erally produces a good yield.- ItI is perhaps one of the best lat varieties of corn to plant Pe nuts is still another crop th&t could be used, but ought to b.. planted by June 15 to ilmake crop of nuts and have them fally rippened before frost. The topm' make fne hay and are aJlnm t always used for that purp. s3A 'Millet isa good forage and hey crop. It is usually sown `as= `oat harvest which is not beore June 1. The farmers of the cemr] belt frequently ow millet in Jul and get a good crop of hy a we could easily do the sa.e. TD TB CULTIVAIR. sunmner ralns. Plant the l ana Plantin r ages intl~ e Plant lat in the hills Ceastantly work, plow, hem Dhait lt stiwfe a ask soil one a , idpaor s TIh- e folis ale t teoit rmend fartap. and wesaaill e Raee`t w<lc.ea delegtion from thld ttor' `i woud srfeor as a pthe : ,i_ S Wturneor by m n xtis and itl have c fir~bkcan StaS Y . "aconosecutively, dleqoutl t wifed" fth by tfeo by iwa the OhioGoverhar :iu eer "twenhmed s elfand" b G vwa Wle, it wlslo have heimselik miBation Brya acton seth peit Nmws savino teaSett. tOb iRepublstin fet aend strmle ahe gconseeptpiet, he lm, lathp . iforae the Sonstrt h ndimself agirnstn tha n ever tra in "the Thause it fa ild to overthbow tween hiansedf vindcti pragsi himso botratwens co nehalv*45 tmishaies into the stath tex e p cmealyti strife and htimists ast invaded thetetate .imslfa suryed wihperative I~ug~rlineghq against the Governor frothe "t That he had u aiced to ovseeratro Governor Harman in hryan is vo lent and vindictive porat a rthat twheio exutheabre pDD o t siryanups Oebis fa asnu de strared whatever presidetiap he might have had aor the In als redaed te wr atser in bene he w ig t li eled i stir dapgte embers' of diseensh te wo tes& t~lr~ Ar~1E