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Its Quality fulfills Take a store of liquid sunshine, saved from the plump barley and hops of last summer and brewed to mellow healthfulness ONLY BARBAROSSA Don't ask merely for "Beer" Ask for "Barbarossa" and get the best of all beers A case at home will add vigor and cheer to life Wholesale Dea ers THE DETILEIN-JACOBS GROCERY CO. Opelousas, La. t .n I I I A. MORES, President. YARD and OFFICE L. H. MORNHINVEG, Vice-Pre. A. C. SKILES, Treas. & Mgr. Cor. R. R. Ave. & Bellevue St. THE A. G. SKILES lUMBER O. LTD. Pine and Cypress Flooring Ceiling, Siding Finish, Demen sion, Shingles, Moulding, Lath, & etc. Builders Hardware, Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement Lucas Paints and Varnish A Specialty Let Us Figure With You. We want your business. Phone Us, Wire Us Or Write Us Your Order. PHONE NO. 286 BOARD of DIRECTORS: A. '. ýkfles, J. P. Savant, Otis Putman, A. Moresi, Yves Andrepont. L. L e. iejean, L. H. Mornhlnveg. ONE MILLION FROGS WANTED HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID Opelousas Ice & Bottling Works Opelousas. La. - A. MORESI, President A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS: Having added New Lines to Our Business, we have been forced to seek larger quarters, and here-after we will be found in the large ware-house formerly occupied by the Opelousas Mercantile Co., where we we be pleased to se you and give you the Best Prices. We carry a full line of Flour, Meal, Grits, Meat, Lard and Feed Stuffs of all kind, and give the highest market prices for country product, making a specialty of Hides. Just received a car of the International Food Co,s. Sugared Feebs, which are backed by the guarentee of this Reliable Company-Also have about 300 bushels of ear Corn for Sale Give us a call, and you will be pleased, ane we see you again Stockes-Stelly Produce Co. *SUNSET LIMITED _ TRAIN DE LUXE New Orleans Los Angeles San Francisco WEEKLY -- COMMENCING JAN. 2, 1913 W.cst lpound iast Bound Lv. New Orleans 12:30 p.m. Lv. San Francisco 6:00 p.m. Thursaay Tuesday Ar. 1,os Angeles 8:45 p.m. Lv. Los Angeles 8:15 a.m. 'aturday Wednesday Ar. San Francisco 11:00 p.m. Ar. New Orleans 7:20 p.m. tunday Friday Sokli at, ,teel train latest modern construction. :Standary Pui'man Sleepers, with sections, compartments and drawing rooms. Din ino and observation cars. Electrtc iights and fans throughout. Stenographer, barber shop, shower bath, ladies' maid, manicurist and haIr dresser,Clothes pressing out nits and vacuum cleaner. Finest and most up-to-date train in the United State-Extra fares will he char'edi for additional luxuries and comforts afforded. Other first-class trains between New Orleans and Coast: Sunset Express D Sunset Mail i Dally ASK THE AGENT OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC Clarion $1 Per Year $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a .constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dol lars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Chenney & Co., Toleeo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. THE FAMOUS NetzowPianos The only ten year Guaranteed Weather proof Pianos J. W. ROBERT Louisiana Agent P. 0.. Box 1310. New Orleans, La. NO'PICE OF ADMIINISTRATION. ESTATE OF MRS. AMYSTHE DEVILLIER, Widow of N. C. Devilller. No. -, Probate Docket, District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La. Whereas, C. C. Devilller applies to be appoint e d administrator of the above nlmbered and entitled estate, Now, therefore, notice is hereby given tc all.parties interested to show cause, if any they can or have, within ten days from the first publication hereof, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. By Order of said Court. Opelousas, l a., --, - . HENRY LASTHIAPES, Jr. mar 293t Clerk of Court. Strayed or Stolen. One brown mare about four or five years old; about fifteen hands high. One black mare mule, four or five years old, about 14 hands high. Both disappeared from my place, 2 miles north of Port Barre, on Bayou Courta bleau, on Monday night, Mar. 17. 1913. $5.00 reward to any one returning same to me. mar 22 SIDNEY V. RICHARDS. Watch the Clarion next week for our bargain list. Jacobs News Depot Co., Opelousas, La. HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, Remedy Ends Constipation Don;t worry and don't take Calomel. Put your sluggish Liver in fine condition and get rid of sick headache, biliousness and dizzi ness. Get a box of the famous HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS of any worthy druggist to-day, 25 cents. Gentle, blissful, wonderful workers they surely are; take one to-night and free the bowels from poisonous waste and gas. You'll feel bright and happy to morrow. There's nothing on earth so good for Constipation and stub born liver. Free Sample of HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS from Hot Springs Chemical Co., H o t Springs, Ark. Charles T Bienvenu, special agent in Opelousas. Stops Pain-Heals Wounds ROYALINE OIL is a Good Pain Me dicine as well as :a Gooc Antiseptic. Its greater strength gives it Greater Power To Ease Pain, inside or outssde, man or best ;also makes it go further, and there fore give Larger Value For The Money. Pleasant, clean, safe 10c, 25c, 59c. Money back if notsatisfactorv. I ? 'I'I'TIO SANE. ANNA VALERY, et als. vs. LEOPIoLD (G )I('HAUX, et als. No. 197i11, Civil IDocket, 1ith Judicial Dis trict ( ourt, St. Landry larish, La. By virtue of a judument rendered by the lion. BI. Ii. 'aivy, Judge of the ioth Judiilal Dlistrrct Court of ILruislana, in and for the Parish of St. Landry, on the 17th day of Feb., A. i). 19:1.1, In the above nutllbered and entitled partition p r o c e e d in g s. d p r s a t t o a co milssion to ime directed by the clerk of sald Court, bearing date Feb. 17th,. 191h, I will proceed to sell at public auction, for cash, to the last and highlest bidder, at the front door of tlie Court Ilouse of the Parish of St. Landry, In the City of Opelousas, La., on Saturday, May 3d, 1913, at 11 o clock a. m., the following described property to-wit: (nle hundredi and slxty acres, being the fractional west I2 or ne1 , and fraictional north 12 of souihl west i4 and north west i, of south east it, Section 32, Township 2, south range 5 east, all open-land, except I Inc about 12 acres, which Is woodlanld, with all the buildings and improvements which ituprovemnents consist of 1 dia elling house an1d I cabins, with barns and out houses. Said property having the follow in,. boundary, to-wit: i/ounlied on thie north Dy property of Leopold Godlhaux, south by property of Ieopold Godtllaux, on tile east by property of E. Montietli et als, and on the west by Godchaux Part of said lalnd traversed by Bayou Petit Prairie and the public road oni both sides of said bayiu. Also one lot of od1 furniture and house hold goods and one. 1:.t of old farming in1 plements. Terms: Ccsh. IH. E. ESTtiORtE, lar2 a't;t Auctioneer Leonville Council. NOTICE OF ELECTION By virture of a resolution adopted by the Board of Aldermen of the Village of Leonville, and also by virture of the law in such cases made and provided, notice is hereby given that an election will be held On Tuesday, April 22, 1913 at Mrs. J. D. Quebedeau's store within the limits of the cor poration of Leonville, for the ipurpose of electing a Mayor, three members of the Board of Aldermen, and a Marshall for the said village of Leonville, for the term of two years to date from their induction in office. The following named persons have been named as Commis sioners to hold said election, viz: Antoine Speyrer, Ed Robin and Wm. Richard with Regis Boud reau as clerk. These officers shall make due return of this election to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the said village of Leonville for promulgation according to law. Given under my hand and official signature, at Leonville, La., this 7th day of March, A. D., 1913. ARTHUR LAHAYE. Mayor of the village of Leon ville. PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION. By virtue of a resolution of the Board of Aldermen of the Village of P or t Barre, La., adopted March 4, 1913, and of the powers conferred on me by law, I, Placide Robin, Mayor of the Village of Port Barre, Louisi ana, do issue this, my procla mation fixing and designating. Tuesday, April 22d, 1913, as the date for the holding of the General Election to elect three Aldermen, a Mayor and a Marshall for said municipality, for the ensuing term of two years, and until their successors have been elected and quatified; I hereby nominate and appoint J. A. Burleigh, S. M. Durand, Chas. DeVillier. to be commis sioners, and Rameau Arnaud to be Clerk, of said Election, to serve there at with such powers and authority in the premises as are conferred on them by law; Said Election shall be held at the regularly designated polling place in said municipality, to-wit, at Office Mayor P. Robin and the polls seall be opend at six o'clock a. m., on said Tuesday, April 22d, 1913, and closed at seven o'clock p.m. on said day; Thus given under my hand and the official seal of said munici pality, at Port Barre, La., on this, the 4Th. day of March, A. D. 1913. PLACIDE ROBIN Mayor. Attest: E. Lassalle Clerk. NOTICE AND PROCLAMATION OF ELECTION. TAKE NOTICE, That we, the under ,dersigned Board of Supervisors of Elec tions for the Parish of St. Landry, State of Louisiana, duly appointed and quali fied, acting by virtue of the authority in us vested by law and pursuant to an ordinance of the Police Jury of said Parish duly adopted on the 12th day of March, A. D., 1913, do hereby give pub lic notice that on Saturday, April 26th, 1913, a special election will be, and is hereby called to be held throughout the Fourth Police Jury Ward of the Parish of St. Landry, State of Louisiana, to take the sense of the property taxpayers of said Ward entitled to vote at such an elec tion under the Constitution and laws of this State, on the following proposition, to-wit: A proposition to determine whether or not a special tax of four !41 mills on the dollar or as much thereof as may be necessary, should be levied annually on the assessed valuation of all the tax able property in the Fourth Police Jury Ward of the Parish of St. Landry, State of Louisiana, for a period of ten (10) years beginning with the year 1915 and ending with the year 1924, both inclu sive, to raise the sum of Seventy-five Hundred Dollars ($7,500' for each of said years, that is to say the sum of Seventy-tive Thousand Dollars $i75,000) for the whole of said period, or as much of said yearly and total amount as said four mill tax will yield, in aid of the Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad and Steamship Company, a corporation chartered by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana and domiciled in the City of New Orleans, said State, or its assigns, to be paid as a bonus to said Railroad Company to id in and to en courage and procure the construction of an extension in said Ward of its Port Barre Branch railroad from Port Barre in a northerly direction so as to pass within one-half mile of the depot of the Texas and Pacific Railway Company in the Town of Palmetto, and to intersect the line of division between the par ishes of St. Landry and Avovelles, in said Ward, pursuant to and in accor dance with the petition attached to said ordinance, signed and pre sented to this body by more than one third of the property taxpayers of said Ward qualified to vote at such an elec tion, and on the terms, conditions and limitations set forth in said petition and hereinafter fully incorporated, to-wit: 1st. That said extension be corn pleted from the present terminus of said branch of said railroad at Port Barre, Louisiana, to the line of division between the parishes of St. Landry and Avovelles, on or before January 1st, 1915, provided that in the event of overflows, quarantines, epidemics, strikes, lock-outs, panics and litigation of any and all character, and more es pecially litigation for the necessary right of way, which may retard the completion and construction of said proposed extension beyond the control of said Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroada nd Steamship Company, then and in that event there will be added to the period for the completion of said ex tension above set forth, a further delay equal to the time during which the construction of said extension was thus unavoidably delayed. 2nd. That no part of said tax shall be collected, nor shall the proceeds thereof be paid over to said Railroad Company or its assigns, until the said extension of said railroad shall be completed between the points above mentioned. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, That said election shall be held at the polling places in said Ward at which were cast the votes at the last preceeding general or Congressional election, and the fol lowing Commissioners and Clerks of Election are hereby appointed to serve thereat respectively, to-wit: 1st Precinct of 4th Ward, Bayou Cur rent, at N. M. Richard's old store. Commissioners: W. M. Rushing, R. A. Gordon, R. J. Folse. Clerk: J. F. Anderson. 2nd Precinct of 4th Ward, Melville, at Mayor's Office. Commissioners: F. B. Cason, Lud Darnell, Ira L. Westbrook. Clerk: Dr. Chas. A. Goudchaux. 3rd Precinct of 4th Ward, Waxia, at Schoolhouse. Commissioners: Lee G. Duckworth, Chas. Kimball, Ben Wyble. Clerk: S. C. Taylor. 4th Precinct of 4th Ward, Palmetto, at Clark's old store: Commissioners: Eugene Leger, B. D. Duplechain, S. Isaacson. Clerk: Chas. Meyer. 5th Precinct of 4th Ward, Big Cane, at Goudchaux's store. Commissioners: Abe Goudchaux, L. A. Havard, James W. Keller. Clerk: B. F.' Vannoy. 6th Prencinct of 4th Ward, Morrow, at Clopton's store. Commissioners: C. E. Pickett, Ar thur Fogleman, B. S. Haw. Clerk: C. F. Foster. 7th Precinct of 4th Ward, Port Barre, at Mayor's office. Commissioners: J. A. Mahon, Chas. Robertson, Nicholas Lahaye. Clerk: W. F. Brown. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, That said election shall be held in accordance with the general election laws of this State in so far as they may be applic able, and with the aforesaid ordinance of the Police Jury; that the Commis sioners are hereby instructed to open the polls at six o'clock in the forenoon, and to keep them open until seven o'clock in the afternoon, of the said day appointed for the election. THUS DONE AND SIGNED officially at Opelousas, La., on this 12th day of March, A. D., 1913. HENRY LASTRAPES, JR., L. A. GOSSELIN, C. P. DUNBAR, Board of Supervisors of Elections for St Landry Parish, La. mar 22-6t SUCCESSION SALE. ESTATE OF JANE WILLIAMS, dec'd wife of Edward McNeal. No. 6501. Probate Docket. 16th Judicial Dist rict Court Parisn of St. Landry, La. Byvirtueof an order of the Hon. B. H. Pavy, Judge of the 16th Judicial District Court of Louisiana. Ir and for the Parish of St. TLandrv, there will be sold at public auctioxn. to the last ant highest bidder by the undersigned auctioneer, or any duly qualified auctioneer of this parish, at the principal front door of the Court House in the City of Opelousas. La., on Saturday, April 5, 1913, at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described property,. to-wit: One certain lot in Garlandks Addition to the Town of Opelousas, La.; bounded north by Julia street, east by lot of Mrs. Reed. south by lot sold to Melancon and west by lot sold to Joseph Zenon; having a front )f one hundred and eighty feet front by about the same depth as Joseph Zenon's lot, be- I ing lot No. 44 of Garlanda's Addition to the Town of Opelounsas, La., and being the same property acquired by the deceased from H. L. Garland, as per Act No. 46915 and recorded in conveyance book V. No. a, at ges 500o and 501, Clerk's ofice, Parish TERMS--a bh. H. E. ESTORGE, mar 1St Aucltoneer UNION BANK& TRUST G60 OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA. CAPITAL STOCK, FULLY PAID--4100,00O. WE PAY F ON SAVING ACCOUNTS On Time CerVi cates ofDeposit S A WITH ABSOL4J'F SECURITY FISCAL AGENT STATE OF LOUISIANA NEVER BEFORE! NEVER AGAIN! A Will the people have the chance to buy first=class goods as we will offer during our Anniversary Sale. Beginning Tuesday, APRIL 8th Ending Tuesday, April 22nd These Prices are Convincing 500 page Ledgers, Regular $3.00 Kind Sale Price $2.18 600 " " " 2.00 " " " 1.18 300 " " " 1.50 " " " .98 Mikado Lead Pencils 31cents a dozen 3 cents each Rob Roy " " 27 " 3 " " Perfection" " 11 " " " 1 " Express " " 13 " " " 4 for 5 cents 25, 40 and 50 cents Work Basksets, Sale Price 17 " 10 cents Linen Tablets or Envelope, " " 7 " 5 " Ink " " " " " 3 We are ashamed to print the Prices on our TOPS, DOLLS and NOVELTIES-Such a sacrifice Post Cards 10 for 5 cents. Local Views 5 for 5 cents. Our big 10 cents roll Toilet Paper, Now 7 cents. Big reductions made on Marbles, Tops and Games Paper Napkins Regular 15 cts. kind now 9 cts. per 100 25 ' " 17 " Decorated Crepe Paper Sale Price 7 cents. All Color ' " " 5 Photo, Autograph and Post Card Albums Selling at your' own price Our 75 cents Whitings box paper Now 42 cents S50 " 23 "25" . .' " 19" Enormous Cut in Prices on SHAVING SETS, BABY SETS, CUFF BOXES and PICTURES Our One Big Sacrifice 75 cents Cloth Bound Books now 46 cents 50 .. .. .. .. .." 23 " 25 and 35 cents Cloth Bound Books now 17 cents $2.50, 1913 Diaries now $1.72 1.25, " . " .77 All other zoods have been reduced also. These Prices are for purchases at our Store-Ten cents extra on all orders to be sent by mail. During this Sale no Goods Charged NO EXCEPTIONS If you ask you will be refused Jacobs News Depot Co. Mail Order House. Manufacturers Agent. Louisiana Subscription Agency. Opelousas, - - Louisiana A 3EAUTIFUL HiOME cCIIH)OL. CIdeal and healthful location. ginctruction thorough CO ahd modercn. (Able facu!ty. 'P:cparatory, S Collegiate an, Spl cial Cour.:s. .h3.csic, Art, Elocution, ad La:ignages. qAirs r~ ecially to trainto gracio; ., cultured wvom:::o:ac,od. (Poard and tution very low beczuse of enowmc\ nt. ( (ltt session begins, Sept. 17, 1912. q\Write f',r beauti fully illustrated catalogue. Address. O. H. H. BROWNLEE. Pre. alnton. L. " ..