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a high-priced employee can do the work as cheaply as the low-priced, and incom petent one. There are artistic printers just as there are master painters; and it's the good printer who knows how to add the brains that pulls the business. The brain-kind of printing will not cost you any more than the other kind if you'll come to us. Why not today ? BODEMULLER, The Printer Opelousas, La. ' UNION BAK &TRUST GO. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA. CAPITAL STOCK. FULLY PAID--$100,O00. WE PAY 3 ON SAVING ACCOUNTS 1 On Time Cer," cafes of Deposit WITH ABSOLFFJ SE 'ilTY FISC AL,,IINT STATE OF LOUISIANA Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro neunced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak ness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take CarduL I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of CarduL" TAKE The CARDUI W~ans Tonic If you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardul is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardul has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it. Try it for your troubles. Begin today. WrlI. to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanoofa Medicine Co., Chattanoog. Tenn. for In afralctins, and 4-page book, Home reatment for Women." sent free. J 5 QUININEAHD IROH-THE MOST EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both in Tastelessfom The Quinine drives out Malaria and the Iron builds up the System. For Adults and Chudren. You know what you are taking when ýa take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill 1"NIC, recognized for 30 years through dA the South as the standard Malaria, Chilnand Fever Remedy and General asengthening Tonic. It is as strong as a trongest bitter tonic, but you do not taste the bitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis solve readily in the acids of the stomach. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. SOc. There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c. Before buying your ticket call on the agent of the Frisco Lines for routes, rates, and any other information relative to your journey. 4,. Grab ILt. r- Big Bargain $2,500 Will Buy A Lot 110 feet by 171 feet With A Two Story FRAME BUILDING S: Containing : Six Rooms also a Bath, Pan try, Kitchen and Dining SRoom . ........ Situated across from Court Shouse Square, one block from Hotel and two blocks from U. S. Post Offic. . . Reason for Selling So Cheap Want to Improve o t her Property. Write To JACOBS NEWS DEPOT CO. OPELOUSAS, LA. RELIEVES PAIl AND HEALS AT THE SAME TIME The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's Antiseptic Healing OiL An Antiseptic Surgical Dressing discovered by an Old R. Surgeon.Prevents Blood Poisoning. Thousands of families know it already, and a trial will convince you that DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever discovered for Wounds, Burns, OldSores, Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and all wounds and external diseases whether slight or serious. Continually people are finding new uses for this famous old remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist We mean it. 25c, 50c, $1.00 fm. fead Is Struck Down By Negro Band. Wm. Reed, a welliknown farm er residing between Opelousas and Prairie Ronde, was assaulted by a negro named Isaac Jean Pierre about 12 o'clock Monday. As it isreported Mr. Reed was di recting the negro what to do, and the black not doing exactly what the old gentleman wanted, was re premanded by Mr. Reed, where upon Isaac Jean Pierre struck Mr. Reed a terrible blow [on the jaw, breaking the jaw-bone and leaving Mr. Reed in an uncon cious condition the negro took to his heel and immediately left for Opelousas. After the old gentlemen had been gone for sometime his wife began to worry less something might have happened to Mr. Reed. After the lady saw that the old fellow was not returning she sent one of the children to look for him. :The little fellow looking for Mr. Reed in all directions was startled as well as shocked to find the old gentleman lying - as if dead, on the turn-row, where the negro had struck him. He was soon brought to, whereupon he told the people what had happen ed.0 Help was immediately sewrmon ed to capture the black. Work On New ,~lool House Soon To Start. The actual construction of the np'w schoolhouse will be started on in ajvery short while. For the last few [days the contractors have'been having a crew of men at work ;clearing. up the old Thompson place, on South street, and as soon as the lot is clear of alliobstacles, the [modern school building will be seen coming up as though (sprouting from the ground. The St Landry High School, it is said, will be one of the best in the state, and the people of Opel ousas, who have voted 'the tax for establfshing such a splendid building, will never regret having done so, as this city is sufficient ly large to afford even better than it will have. No city can have a school building which will be too elaborate and convenient. Superintendent C. J. Thomp son, on account of whose untir ing energies, this city will be able to boast of such a school building, is to be complimented upon his action. His work will be; a living monument to his name, and Opelousas will be blessed with being in possession of an up-to-date school house, which has been inineed for a number of years. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6to days. The first application gives Eae and Rest. Ulc. SHERIFF'S SALE. MRS. ADA MECHE, Widow, vs. EDGAR T 'MECHE, No. 19608, Sixteenth Judicial District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La. By virtue of a writ o fleri facias, issued out of the Hon. Sixteenth Judicial District Court, in and for the parish of St Landry, in the above entitled and num bered suit, and to me directed,I have seized and will offer for sale, for cash, at public auction, to the last and highest bidder, at the front door of the Courthouse at Ope unsas, La., on Saturday, June 28, 1913, at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described property, to-wit: All the rights, titles and interest of Ed. garT. Meche in and to the following de scribed property, to.wit, Ist. Forty-six land 6-10 arpents of land with improvements, bounded north by property held in indivision by Edgar T. Meche and heirs of his deceased wife and Adea Meche and heirs of Albert Boudreau, south by - east by Joseph T. Meche, and west oy Du preville Meche. 2nd. All of the rights, titles and interest of Edgar T. Meche In and to fifty-eight and 7-10 arpents of land bounded north by prop erty held in indivision by Edgar T. Meche and the heirs of his deceased wife and Adea Meche and the heirs of Albert Boud reau, south by Joseph T. Meche, east Iby formerly Clay Rogers and west by Joseph T. Meche. 54. AI1 the rights, titles and interest of Edgar T. Meche in and to a certain tract of land tcontaining 15 acres, more or less, bounded north by formerly Lawrence Marks, south by property feld In indivislon between Edgar T. Meche and the heirs of his deceased wife and adea Meche and the heirs of Albert Boudreau, east by Joseph T. Meche and west by Dupreville Meche. 6th. All of the rights, titles and interest of Edgar T. Meche in and to a certain tract of land containing eighteen and 75-100 ar pents, more or less, bounded north by formerly Lawrence Marks, south by pro erty held in indivislon between Edgar T. Meche, heirs of his wife, and Adea Miecho and the heirs of Albert .Boudreau, east by formerly Clay Rogers, and west Dy Joseph T. Meche. 5th. All the rights titles and interest of Edgar T. Meche In and to thirty-aiVe acres of open and woodland bounded north by Albert Lanclos and dam Haas, south by Joseph T. Moche andals, east by formerly Clay Rogers and west by D.preville Meche. 6th. One buggy. Terms-Cash. To par and satisfy the sum o Five hundred dollars, delt, with inter st and costs, antes the same is imae Shattly paid. ma-r S 6t M. L. SWORD*, herit Council Proceedings. Opelousas, La., May 9th, 1913. To the members of the Board of Alder men of the City of Opelousas, La. Gentlemen: You are hereby notified that there will be a special meeting of your Honorable Board this, Friday, evening, May 9th, 1913, at five p. m., for the purpose of considering and adopt ting an ordinance to incur debt and to issue negotiable gold bonds therefor for the purpose of paving and improv ing the streets or alleys of the City of Opelousas. E. L. LOEB, Mayor. Attest: J. B. A. STAGG, Clerk. Received the above notice on the 9th day of May, 1913, and on the same day and date I notified all the members of the Board of Aldermen in person, except Mr. Stelly, he is gone to his father's; he wont be back before late. PLAIS HORN, City Court Marshal. Opelousas, La., May 9th, 1913. The Board of Aldermen met pursuant to the above call. Present E. L. Loeb, Mayor presiding; Aldermen, Shaw, Blacksher, Danel Dunbar. There being a quorum present the meeting was called to order. AN ORDINANCE. NO. 8 OF 1913. To incur debt and to issue negotiable coupon gold bonds therefor for the purpose of paving and improving the streets or alleys of the City of Ope lousas, in accordance with paragraph 4 of Article 281 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana, as amended by Joint Resolution of the General Assembly of said State being No. 132 of the Acts of the year 1912, approven July 9, 1912, and duly ratified by a vote of the people on Tuesday, Nov ember 5, 1912. Whereas, the paving and improve ment of certain streels of the Citye Opelousas and the building of good substantial bridges thereon -Are mat ters of the greatest public uoncern; and Whereas, the statutry, necessary and usual chargee.f the said City for the current y.ear do not exceed seven mills on th.e dollar per annum on the assessed value of the taxable property of .ne City, and will not exceed that millage during the ten years commenc ing with the year 1914 and ending with the year 1923, both inclusive; and Whereas, the City can therefore, after making provision for the payment of all statutory, ordinary and usual charges, set aside and fund into bonds running for a period not exceeding ten years and bearing interest at a rate not exceeding five per cent per annum, three mills of the ten mills tax author zed by Article 232 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana. for the pur pose of providing funds for paving or otherwise improving the streets or al leys of the City of Opelousas; which said millage will support in principal and interest a bond issue of Thirty-six Thousand Dollars ($36,000.00); Therefore, be ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Opelousas in special session convened: Section 1. That a debt of Thirty-six Thousand Dollars ($36,000.00) be and the same is hereby incurred, to be evi denced by bonds to be executed and is sued as hereinafter provided. Section 2. That the Mayor and the Clerk of the Board of Aldermen be and they are hersby authorized and directed to have prepared and to execute under the seal of this City, Seventy-two (72) negotiable coupon gold bonds to be known and designated as Street Pav ing and Improvement Bonds of the City of Opelousas, La., and to be num bered from one to seventy-two, both numbers inclusive and of the denomina tiori of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) each, to be dated May 1st, 1913, and bearing interest at the rate of five per cent (5%) per annum from date until paid, payable annually on the 1st day of May of each and every year, anid the principal and interest of said bonds to be payable at the office of the Treasur er of the City of Opelousas, in said City, and said bonds to be due and payable as follows: f . '! . May 1, 1915, Two I $1,000.00 May 1, 1916, Six ,- $3,000.00 May 1, 1917, Seven 9 1. $3,500.00 May 1, 1918, Seven 16-22 $3,500.00 May 1, 1919, Seven 23-29 $3,500.00 May 1, 1920, Eight 30-37 34,000.00 May 1,1921, Eight 38-45 $4~000.00 May 1,1922, Nine 46-54 $4,500.00 May 1, 1923, Nine 55-63 $4,500.00 May 1, 1924, Nine 64-72 $4,500.00 Seventy-two $36,000.00 The interest of said bonds shall be evidenced by proper coupons attached to each bond, and both principal and interest shall be payable in gold coin of the United States of America at the then present standard of weight and fineness. Said coupons may be execut ed by fac-simile signatures of the Mayor and Clerk of the Board of Alder nmen. Section 3. Each of said bonds and each of said interest coupons to be at tached thereto shall be in form sub stantially as follows, to-wit: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF LOUlSIANA, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, CITY OF OPELOUSAS. No. - $500.00 SrREET PAVING AND IMPROVE MENT BOND OF THE CITY OF OPELOUSAS, LA. Know all men by these presents, That the Mayor and Board of Alder men of the City of Opelousas, Louis iana, acknowledge themselves to be in debted, and for value received hereby promise to pay to bearer the sum of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS upon the 1st day of May, A. D, 19-, to gether with interest thereon from date hereof until paid at the rate of Five per cent. (5%) per annum, payable annual ly on the let day of May of each and every year until final payment herecf upon the presentation and surrender of this bond and the interest coupons thereto attached as they severally be come due. Both principal and interest of this bond are due and payable at the office of the Treasurer of the City of Opelou sas, La., in Faid City, in gold coin of the United States of America, at the then present standard of weight and fine ness. This bond is one of a series of Seven ty-two (72) bonds, of like date, tenor and amount, issued for the purpose of providing funds for the paving and im provement of the- streets or alleys of the City of Opelousas, under and iu pur suance of and in conformity to para graph 4of Article 281 of the Constitu tion of the State of Louisiana, as amended by Joint Resolution of the General Assembly of the said State be ing No. 132 of the Acts of the year 1912, approved July 9,1912, and duly ratified by a vote of the people on Tuesday, November 5,1912. It is hereby certified and recited that all acts, conditions and things required to be done by the Constitution and statutes of the State of Louisiana and precedent to and necessary in issuing this bond have been regularly done and performed; that the total Indebt edness of said City of Opelounsas, inclua ing this bond, does not exceed any con stitutional or statut ry limitation, and that three mills of the ten mill tax au thorized by Article 232 of the Constitu tionof the State of Louisiana, for the ten years beginning with the year 1914 and :e With the year I2, both in lac1u bP!1:been sad ir re a d ca ted to DOSSMANN & ANDREPONT TELEPHONE No. 98. OPELOUSAS, LA. AUTOMOBILE RAHSFER..... TO HIRE BY THE TRIP, HOUR OR DAY READY DAY and NIGHT Zn T I guarantee. For Futhes Particulars, Address To J. F. VIDRINE Andrepont P. 0., or Y. Andrepont, Opelousas, La. Write It Down With A JACOB'S SPEBCIAL SELF.FILLER POST PAID $1.50 Money Back If Not Satisfactory JACOBS NEWS DEPOT CO., Opelouarss, the payment of said bonds in principal and interest as the same shall mature. IN TESTIMONY WH EREOF the said Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Ope lousas, State of Louisiana, have caused this bond to be signed by the Mayor and Clerk of the Board of Aldermen of said (SEAL) City, and its corporate seal to be hereto affixed, and the inter est coupons hereto attached to be executed by fac-simile sig natures of said' Mayor and Clerk, on this 1st day of the month of May, A. D. 1918. Mayor. Oleik. No. 25.00 On the 1st day of lay, 19-, the May or and Board of Aldermen of the City of Opelousas, Louisians, will pay to bearer TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, at the office of the Treasurer of said City, in said City, being the annual interest due on its Street Paving and Improvement Bon', dated May lst, 1913, NumSer-. Mayor. Section 4. That three mills of the ten mills tax authorized by Article 282 of the Constitution of the State of Lou isiana, for each of the ten years begin ning with the year 1914 and ending with the year 1923, both inclusive, be And the same is specifically and irrevo cably authorized and dedicated to the payment of the debt of Thirty-Six Thousand Dollars ($36,000) hereinabove incurred, and the principal and inter est of the bonds evidencing said debt and hereinabove fully described and authorized to be executed and issued. Section 6. That the Mayor be and he is hereby authorized to negotiate for the sale of said bonds, and to sell the same on the best terms provided that same be sold for than par. Section 6. That all resolutions of the Mayor Aldermen contrary to or with this ordinance be sad are hereby repealed and that nance for good and suflciet shall take effect from ad.d passage. Attest: J. A. A. A. 8TAGG, City Clerk. The above ordinance h read section by section and like manner,was nnanlmol as a whole. On motion duly seconded the meeting of the Board of was adjourned sbectto to J. B. A.STAGG, City Clerk.