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RAYMON ''tEAUX, - Editor
YVES AN.P1iEPONT, - Business Manager
TIE CLARION CO., LTD., PROPS.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
L. J. I)osemann, President.
H. Hodernuller. Vice-President.
John W. Lewis.
KRaymond Breaux, Yves Andrepont.
Of -!al Journal of the Parish of St. Landry.
OSicial Jot, i of the Parish School Board
Ofecial Journ I of the City of Opelouas
Official Journal of the town of Sun et
fIlfcial Journal of the town of Melville,
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ETO., FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS AND AD
VERTISEMENTS MUST BE MADE PAY
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bANI)RY CLARION. OR TO THE BUSI
cntbred at tne Post Office at Opelonsas,
La.. as second-class matter.
The Lost Child.
Robert Dunbar, Jr., was lost
Friday, August 23, 1912, in the
swamp near Swayze Lake.
A party of friends for an out
ope running high; on pleasure
Their hearts were light, no
Dared enter their souls, on that
They had left dull care, and
And had gone out there, sweet
pleasure to find.
The noon-tide had come, the
dinner was spread,
They were only waiting for the
To partake of the feast, "fit
for the gods, "
Then away to the lake, and a
seat on a log,
Where they'd try the old sport,
of the ancient Nimrod,
Who was father to the wilder
ness, of the hook and the rod.
They forgot that Sorrow oft
Seeking the happiest group there
is to be found.
Where, by reaching fourth his
He can grasp the brightest of
that happy band.
Then wander away, so cold and
Leaving them wearing his terri
'Twas just that way with this
There was a bright little laddie
among the troop
Of happy children, who played
With joyous laughter and lusty
Who wandered away-perhaps
But they have not found their
They searched for him here,
they searched for him there,
Till their anxious hearts are filled
They fear their darling will
come to harm,
So from town they give the
And soon the place with search
And with loving calls the woods
Lost, lost! 0, Father in heav
en, and angel host,
Do you know that little one now
is lost? "
Look down foom heaven with
And list to those sorrowing pa
"Lost, lost! O, God, he is lost,
Friends help us to find him'at
He is lost in the forest, where
the serpents hiss,
Or in the sparkling waters by
Where the scaly monsters lie
'neath the waves,
Ready to bury him in an awful
They look at each other with
And realize they are passing o'er
the "Bridge of Sighs."
The searchers go forth, with
every nerve tense,
Leaving that mother in heart
They search in the forest,
where the serpents crawl,
Where the wild bears ramble, I
and the panthers call.
. They searched the waters
through and through,
ii But 'tis all in vain; no clue! no t
The search goes on, hour after c
Under a terrible strain and nerve
SBut two little foot-prints, made
in the sand
Is the only clue found on sea or
Each mother clasps her little
ones close, a
As she prays to God for he who h
Sthe fathers casts a look of a
At own lIttle sons, to them
oacry, like the cry e
h camefrom the din of the f
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And found-a broken limb dangi
re ing around.
It had been torn from the
io mother tree,
And perhaps was crying'through
For the poor lost child who
d wandered away
From his mother's arms, that
it sad, sad day.
The searchers return with low
Le bowed head,
e Dreading the question, which
need not be said.
it Their pallid brow and halting
Proclaims the defeat with which
a they met.
.t Lost, lost, lost! Is the cry that
that we hear,
But the echo is this: where,
where, oh where?
Where, where? Who knows
t except God in Heaven?
Has He taken the child, which to
e them He has given?
s Is he lying cold in death in the
f Or 'neath the waters, where the
d Or has he been stolen by some
i- And carried away from loved
ones and home?
s It may be that 'twill never be
e 'Til we meet around the Judge
I God help them all, is my prayer
y "Th3r will be done," Lord help
s CARRIE M. YOUNG.
Grand Coteau Notes.
Grand Coteau, La., Aug. 28
A surprise party was given to
Miss Gertrude Barry Thursday.
II Refreshments were served and
all had a delightful time.
e Miss Lelia Durio and Master
John Durio, of Arnaudville are
- visitors here this week.
Miss Louise Colomb, of Lafay
5 ette is the guest of her grand
mother, Mrs. William Brinkhans.
Mrs. M. L Melancon. left last
Saturday for her home in N. O.
, When the morning mail arrived
Saturday A said, "Gee, that bag
I is full." B. said "Yes, the Clar
ions might be there." A then
- said, "Oh no, today is Saturday."
"Accidents often happen," re
piied B. And what a surprise,
t the Clarions were there, the first
week on time for several weeks.
Dr. '. T. Tarlton was a New
Orleans visitor last week.
Mr. John Burleigh left last
week for New Orleans.
Dr. E. S. Barry and son,
Lawrence, were Monday viditors
I to Opelousas.
Msss Lelia Castille returned
home after ivisiting relatives at
Mr. Charlie and Miss Edith
Barry were visitors to Opelousas
Misses Alice Petetin left Tues
day for Lafayette with Misses
Vivian and Sylvia Barry and
Master Lowell and Weldam i
Barry, who were visiting rela- I
Grand Coteau, Sept. 4th. -
Senator E. Lazaro, of' Washing
ton and Hon. Dudley L. Guilbeau,
of Opelousas were in town Fri
Mr. George Barry was an
Opelousas visitor Saturday.
Mrs. W. S. Gardiner and son, s
George returned to their home in
Houston Texas, having spent a
few weeks with relatives. (
Dr. and Mrs. John L. Tarlton,
of Lydia, La., visited relatives a
here this week.
Miss Johanna Barry is home
again after visiting relatives at
New Orleans and Jeanerette.
Mrs. B. P. Olivier, of Jean
erette visited relatives here this w
Messrs. Barry and Eugene Van- -
feat, of Houston Texas werei
visitors here this week. S
Mr. J. Barry, of Beaumoat ip a
here visiting relatives. . Ji
Society ano Personal
h -Miss Alice Chachere made
a trip to Pitreville Sunday.
-Mr. Clarence Pecou, who
has formerly- been employed at
M. Winsberg store, left Tuesday
for his home in Ville Platte.
-Mrs. Mary Meyers an d
daughters, Mrs. J. W. Jordan
and Miss Edith Meyer and
Dr. J. Meyer returned this week
t from a trip to Mount Eagle Ten.
-Mrs. W. B. Roberts left Tues
day for Morgan City, La., where
she will join her husband.
-Miss Alma Platt, of New
Orleans, who has been spending
a few days here with Mrs. W. B.
e Roberts, left Tuesday.
-Dr. and AItrs. R. M. Littell
and daughter, Miss Mary, who
has been ill for the past four
months, left Tuesday for North
-Mr. and Mrs. Goldman La
salle and family, after enjoying a
delightful stay at Bay St. Louis
r-Mr. and Mrs. O. McClelland
left Thursday for Brownsville.
Are Your Kidneys Well
For month Opelousas citizens
have seen in these columns
enthusiaatic praise of Doan's Kid
ney Pills, by residents ofthis loc
Would these prominent people
recomend a remedy that had not
r proven reliable?
Would they confirm their state
meut after years had elapsed if
- personal expersonal had not
shown the remedy to be worthy
The following statement should
carry conviction to the mind of
Mrs. E. S. Wyatt, Croley, Pa.,
says: 'The statement I gave for
publication some time ago in
praise of Doean's Kidney Pills
still holds good. The cure this
remedy effected in a case of Kid
ney trouble in my family has
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn' Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other.
Gonstipatloo Will Vanish
Balky Livers and Upset Stom
achs Quickly Put in Prime Con
dition with Hot Springs
"The secret of sucess in life
is to keep your bowels open and
keep your mouth shut," said a
Any one who suffer from con
stipation, sluggish liver, upset
stomath, headache, dizziness,
nervousness or malaria should go
to any good druggist in Opelou
sas and vicinity this very day
and get a 25-cent box of Hot
Springs Liver Buttons. They are
surely the real blissful, gentle,
sure remedy for constipation.
For free sample write Hot Spings
Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark.
Charles T Bienvenu, special
agent in Opelousas.
Notice to the Public.
I will Let be iesponsible for debts con
tracted by any persons. My children in
cluded. Without an order signed by my
July 20-2mo. Ville Platte. I.a.
A Young Man usually wants a
Small Buggy, something that is
not too heavy. F. L. Sandoz has
just such a Buggy.
Rub-My-Tism will cure you.
Lot 200 feet Square with nice re
sidence in town of Sunset.
Also 50 acres Improved land near
the incorporated town of
Sunset. Apply to,
A. L. ANDRUS
Rub-My-Tism will cure you.
You can get a good serviceable
Buggy at F. L. Sandoz's -or For
ty-nine dollars and fifty cents.
A Buggy that no catalog house
can deliver you for that price.
And you can see exactly what
you are getting.
"Wanted.--Reliable agents to
handle R e g a I UNDERSLUNG
Automobiles. This car has a
record and will make frienids
fast. Address Hood Motor Car
Co., 807 Whitney Central Bld'g.,
New Orleans, La."
MONEY TO LOAN on Long
Address: C. C. HENSHAW,
New Iberia, La.
aug 17 3no.
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any
case of Chill arid Fever; and if
taken then as a tonic the Fever
will not return. Price 25c.
7-room house in center of town
of Ville Platte; good location for
boarding house; opposite schobl
house. None but responsible
party need apply. DR. N. I.
SAVANT, Ville Platte, La.
jul 27 lm
LOTS.--On the out-skirts of
Opelousas. a diamond ring, a
little less than one and a half
carats, mounted in a heavy set.
A reward of $25 will be given
to the finder by callng-at The
Clarion office. aug 24
The forty-third session of The
Opelousas Institute will begin
Monda y, September 2, 1912.
aug 24-2t Mrs. M. M. Hayes.
FOR SALE-Spring Indian
runner ducks, from exhibition
mated stock, $5&per trio, also two
Berkshire boars seven month,
one Durham bull four years.
Louis Vantrot, Route 1, Box No.
31, Sunset, La. aug 17.
Just received, Owenboro Wa
gons. See them before buying,
F. L. Sandoz.
Peerless Mazda Lamps (Tung
sten), Gem Carbon Lamp s.
Give more light, consume less
current. Sold by G. W. Mori
arty, Special Agent, Wesco Sup
ply Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Just received a car of buggies
F. L. Sandoz. *
WANTED.--A good black
mith to do shoeing and repair
wagons, etc., on Turpentine
place. Salary or contract.
Adams Bros. Slocomb Co.
Ward, La. aug 31 2t.
Beginning on next Thurs
day I will handled
I also handled choice `fruit.
M ARSHA, AL'S SALE
} IDA CO.VIS
No. 406, City Judge's Court of opelousas,
Parish ofut. Landry, La.
By virtue of a writ of hlerl fac:as is
sued out of the City Court of Opelousas, in
and for the Parish of St. Landry, in the
above entitled and numbered suit and to
me directed, I have selzeQ and will offer
for sale at oublic auction to the last and
highest bidder at the front door of the
City Court, at Opelousas, La., on
Saturday, Sept. 14, 1912,
at 11o'clock a. m., the following described
One (11 wooden bedstead, one [i] dresser,
one  washstand, bowl and pitcher, one
 cooking stove, etc., one (1] "in wash
tub and two [21 chairs.
aug 31-it Marshall City Court.
Notico is hereby given that I have taken
up at my place, one brown cow and ceif,
about six years old. Right ear letter C
cut, and eachend of ear cut, left ear forked.
The owner Is hereby notified to c.me for
ward, vrove property, pay costs and take
C. D. VLItRKT.
Address R. F. D. No. 2. Opelousas, La.
IKy the undersigned, near Opelousas, St.
L a nd r y parish, seven head of cattle,
The owner or owners are hereby notified
to coma forward, prove property, and take
same away, or they will be sold according
to0the Police Jury ordinance in such cases.
aug 24.2t Opelousas, u'oute 1.
Watch The Big Windo
: with an "educated," critical taste for really excellent botth
beer where you are assured of securing the best at the lowe
prices-and he will recommend you here. As in bottled
also in Whiskies, Wines, Brandies, Gins, Cordials, etce
will always find our prices low and our quality the finest.
WE ASK BUT A TRIAL.
Phone 272. JOHN MOLAISON, Managn
We Will Pay Your _
y Druggist 50 Cents
ora Full Size B36 of Make-Man Tab
leta-The Results Will Amaze You.
Do you realize that your health,
strength, happiness and even life itself
depend upon the condition of your
l nervous system? You have simply got
to take a flesh, strength and nerve
builder. Make-Man Tablets nourish and
)l enrich the blood and strengthen and quiet
every nerve cell in the system.
e Results prove it; results will prove
it in your case, and these results will
cost you nothing, not a cent. We will
bu yfor you a lcent full-size box of
Make-Man Tablets. You are under no
obligation whatever except to use them
as directed. Isn't that a fair offer?
f Send the coupon to-day and begin us
ing Make-Man Tablets without delay
a and Just watch how your nervousness,
f exhaustion, sleeplessness, loss of flesh,
stomach derangements, . rheuinatism
melancholy, poor, thin blood, liver and
kidney trouble, will leave you. Make
Man Tablets are sold at 0oe' box in all Drug
e Stores on a guarantee or money refunded. ,
OUT OUT FREE SOe OOUPON
MAKE-rAN TABLET Cs.,
S.485 ,akeMa, Blds., t. $4, C hiengl.
S I have never used Make-Man Tablets before and
wish to tr, free. a fell-lea eO.esnt box.
fly em ® ................................................
Wielt slaisip-ese box to eah familir
Sold and recommended by F. C.
Schute, Druggist, Opelousas.
TIRED HUN-DOWN PEOPLE
A North Carolina Man Suggests,
Greensboro, N. C.-"For a long
time I was so run' down and debili
- tated that I could hardly drag around.
My appetite was poor and I could not
sleep nights. I had tried different so
called tonics without benefit. I was
- advised to try your cod liver and
iron tonic. Vinol, and I am so glad I
s did, for it gave me a hearty appetite,
- I soon commenced to sleep soundly,
and I feel strong, well and more ac
tive than I have for years. Every run
down or debilitated person should
just give Vinol a trial." K. Allabrook.
t What Vinol did for Mr. Allabrook
it will do for every weak, run-down or
debilitated person in this vicinity. To
show our faith we will furnish the'
! medicine free if it does not do as we
3 claim. Come in and get a bottle on
Chas. T. Bienvenu, druggist.
Is certain for our
The work that cannot
fail to please you in
ly artistic, the results
achieved being due Ito
latest advanced methods
and best of equipment.
For example, see our
Fine Finished Portraits
BURL1EiH & MAXWELL
For Sale Cheap.
J. I. Chase Threshing machine
with wind stacker, self-feeding
and band cut, good condition
used to thresh only about 2000
bags, capacity 400 bags per day
John P. Savant, Whiteville, La.
aug 24-lnmo . -
FOR SCHOOL WEAR
We have just received
every thing for the boy
to wear during school
days. Such as shoes,
hats, shirts, knee pants
and caps. Price to suit
every body. The style
and quality' are right
SEE IN OUR WINDOW!
The lates styles and
Fashions in felt hats,
soft and stiff.
:"The ReliabJ ..lothier"
OPELOUSAS. - LOUISIANA. i
SOUlWESTERN LOUISIANA IUS1tAL ii1
Iwitrh the i Per cent learease aroprsiaru alopy
the Legiature, wll be a 10 p .it t Ibp ,er s
Among many t:.er tmlp.onevetls lillt ha
A two yea; nurie i fAr teachetrsh I Pn H EDonatiics
A two yea r- wotrse for teachers in AlgiontUure and Farm M
A Profess+o .. Biology and Bacteifol. y
An additi o, lI Professor of Awjlciultu reSnd Animat Husbandry,
`A'igher a,:,lfemic standard in its fo.r years course,
A preceptl, ,if studies in the hor.' dormtltry.
A preceptr.--. of studies in the girl's darmritorv.
A direetor ,.f athletics for hoys; another-for girls.'
A swimmin,i pool A poulayv farm. A steam launtdry.
A complete -tendlng ind receiving outfit in wirelese telegraphy
Thorough pr0tetlcal coarses in Fteneography, 'Telegraph , Bugt
An addition,at teacher in Academic Department.
A librarian ,~nud"keeper of study-hour classes.
,Wraduates of tie four yeare courses r entitle ,o a
Pfrt Grade Teadhers' Oertlfcate.t.h may take
high standing in Colleges. AIlR .I5fsi .o Cot e2,
ceed $160 a year. Police Juries re autlhbtrized to ap
propriate as much as 21O a Iyat, *tOld atudents -.
heere. Twelfth Session opene W.e4nesday, ilptem
ber 18, 191t. Write for catalog and ptticuars.
EI. L. TIEPHEN .President
$1576. 7 5 .
That is what one of my men made in n
month's time on the last deal I handled.
He said his success was due to the way ; backed hi
from the office. My planning, my ci a attention
many little helps, counted for much it is work
man is still with me. I want a few "; ke him.
we've worked a while together, thi . be as loys
he is now. An inquiry for inform 1-ill receive
Sales Manager -"°Ev~o.,dr1:,
St. Luadly tr uia Oil
4) pelousasl Ia
t th ui ;* auni £eolaii ca it jl ft I (
Clarion $g Per Ye