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.................................................................. ............................... .. -"-''...s.o..-..o.-........-..-°..- ...o.ooooo.. * o.ooo~o*o. .1|o ,... . ............................................... o. ...._..... . ............ . . MY GRIE!S SAL iS NOWIN =ULL SWING ý: It is surpassing not only al previous Sales Records, but is also surpassing all the expectations of the crowd, who attending and taking advantage 6f its wonderful feast of bargains. All assortments are still complete, but many item going so fast that you'd best come soon. Why on the first two days of the sale nearly 300 shirts were sold out of on, and over 100 Ladies Suits and Coats out of another. : : : : y.ý Here are a very few of the choicest BARGAINS which it will certainly pay you to grab quick. Silk Knitted 4-in-hands; choice col- Men's Handkerchiefs, white, full 100 Men's Umbrellas; good, thor- 20 dozen Men's Paris hose suppor- Limited quantity children sch ."... orings and designs; regular 50c 1 9 size; good cambric; 5c quality 2. oughly rain-proof cloth; large ter; silk webbing; no metal hose; heavy ribbed; double h value .c....... h.............. ........................... choice handles; $1 and $1.50 val 79C 9C -.touches skin ..............................._-......... and sole;e o oMEN'S SOCKS uit Sv n EXTRA SPECIAL FL Fancy vstripsan clrs; regular LETSTSuNIGSavinIs 15c value, per pair .......... .... .................. C "Manufacturer p MEN's GLOVE SPECIAL splendilyY e 8ofetio p. Limited quantity of dressed kid and EXTRAORDINARY. At-hofnel gray suede dress or driving gloves n t OVERAL owds W ho a $1.50 valued; sale pri ngce ......... 9. The very best and biggest line I've ever had from the best known clothes makers of this coun-an A go g f ta y dtry. Every single suit in my store guaranteedall wool and the clthh shrunk and tested before mak- All Leading Brands of Union M All Mal Orders 1Given Prompt Ad e - ing. Bought at bottom manufacturer's prices and now each and every one put on sale at unimagin- Overralls and Pants, in blu, H e a are a v ry ably low prices. A few instances: ikhaki, stripes and cheks; alaui . I P i Chargs on Or- Famous Kuppenheimer Brand Suits;.all this season's styles and fabrices; an exceptional line. coats to miteh; $1 to$1.25val ds of $5,00 Over Any suit at 33 1-3 per cent off regular price. Choice ..........e OfS HIRT S F' A Real Suit Bargain of A Decade. G°2 Salue nder. . ........ 50 dozen Negligee Shirts, fast color A line of medium weights, particularly suitable for year round wear in this climate. New English Mercerized Sox; silk in looksbett percale, exlellent designs, splend cut, colors in blue, gray and brown, both solid and combination; a few cheviots in lot. Mostly than silk in wer; in gray, bl d ma e; 1everyw ere.made by the "Collegian Clothes" people. Genuinely worth $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00. ,1 and tan ..................................... While d ; 1ev r wh r . thYeypc urnlsas.....................................p:....................................l..... 10 dozen Golf Cals for men and Whleteylst......................A limited lot, about 50 suits, in broken sizes and lots; otherwise, up to the minute in every detail of adbyvrynby 1vle S s $15.00 and $18.00 suits at a price of .......................... ...... ............................................... S Famous Blue Bell Work Shirt; blue REMEMBER during this sale as always your money back if you're not entirely satisfied. Your fare Fare paid fro any pont linen finish; 50. everywhere. 33 paid from any point within 50 miles on purchases of sufficient size. Bring the whole family and out- Landry anc sa le al ies $ v Sale price . -- fit them with everything at a fraction of the usual price. on purelnestE of E25.00 oroer A BheO - - OPELOUSASL - ....... SHIRTS.Aýlin .......of m.e is...eic.....i.i.ghts,.parti......lsiae.... f or .......... . NwEg...lish.Me. rcerized Sox; s.ilk in looksbetter _h.t.;While they. :at ... 4:::: i - =- ammam maim You piiiici ngiiii:: sale.......:a::::s 0o.... ...........-.-o.oo.ooio-, andi.. .-- ... tan.... . . " I We are authorized to announce L. L. DANEL, as a candidate for Alderman from the second ward of the City of Opelousas, subject to the action of the Democratic prnmary. Council rroceedlngs. Continued from page one etc., That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict here with be and the same are hereby repealed and that this ordinance shall take effect from and after December 31, 1913. LESTER J. WILLIAMS, Mayor. Attest: E. J. LEBLANC, Clerk. Moved by E. G. Richard, sec onded by C. A. Long and, car ried, That Ordinance No. 33 do now pass. On call of the roll the following vote was taken: Yeas, C. W. Stone, E. G. Rich ard, C. A. Long and R. H. Jones. ýý_Absent, W. T. Smith. ia Moved by E. G. Richard, see ended by R. H. Jones and car tied, That the Mayor be author $ied to purchase a suitable book use. Moved by E. G. Richard, see onmded by C. A. Long and car ried that the petition of Charley Napoli be received and a license for 1914 be granted. Moved by C. W. Stone, sec .nded by R. H. Jones and car tied, That the report of Mr. R'ichard be received and that Mr. Richard be authorized to have 'Work done on the ramp.. LESTER J. WILLIAMS, Mayor. Attest: E. J. LEBLANC, Clerk. Žfest Show Will Be Here on 22d. The Angell Comedians theat ea, tent theatre, will be in this 'ity on the 22d. They will play hee under the auspices of the ~ls, on the Elks Hall Camp nd. This show will remain i this city for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Oge, of hreveport. who have only ,re tly been joined in happy wled k are the guests of Mr. and A. L. Andrus, of this city. Oge is the son of Capt. John of Grand Coteau, w h i l s t bride was a prominent young of Alexandria. They will several days in St. Landry FOR LALE.--An Underwoon Typewriter, practically new, at a bargain. Apply to W. J. San doz, 121 W. Landry St.. city. dec 13 tf FOR SALE-7 head of mules. For particulars. Apply to, MRS. T. C. FOOTE, dec 13-4t Rosa, La. Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Opelousas, La., for a' license to operate a saloon for colored peo ple, for the year 1914, at my present lecation, 903 North Court and Eliza streets. dec 13-4t L. TRIDICO. Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Opelousas for a license to operate a saloon for colored people, for the year 1914, on the property now owned by me and formally operated as a saloon. dec 13-4t STEPHEN CORTL. Notice. Notice is hereby given that I will ap ply to the Mayor and Board of Alder men of the town of Melville, La., for a license to operate a saloon for colored people, for the year of 1914, in the buiIding formerly owned by Dr. H. S. Joseph, at the same place where Carlo Napoli operated for the year 1913. nov22 4t CHARLEY NAPOLI. The following preamble and resolu tion was offeredby the committee ap pointed for said purpose, and was dopted nanimously, to-wit: here the Great Ruler of the Universe, m his all wise providence, has seen fit to call from this life the Honorable W. F. Clopton, President of this body; and whereas, his passing away to the life beyond the grave is a distinct loss to this parish, and the members of this body; and whereas, the deceased served his country with I a strict adherence to duty seldom equalled and never surpassed, there fore, Be it resolved, That this body in its sincere sorrow extends its condolence and sympathy to hisbereaved family and Resolved further, that a copy of this resolution be spread upon the minutes and one sent to the family. Be it further resolved that this reso lution be inserted in the St. Landry Clarion and the New Orleans Times Democrat. (Signed) F. O. PAVY, FRANK DIMMICK, W. C. BEALL, Committee. Notice For Bids. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of a resolution of the Police Jury of St. Landry Parish, adopted on FOR DELIUCATE CHILDRENI A Mother's Letter to Mothers. Mrs. E. W. Cooper of Bloomield, N. J., says: "My child, seven years old, had a bad cold and was weak and quite run down in health. She bad been in this condition for about six weeks when I began giving her VinoL It was a wonderful help to the child, breaking up her cold quickly and building up her strength beside. I have also found Vinol a most excel. lent tonic for keeping up the chil dren's strength during a siege of whooping cough." Vinol is a wonderful combination of two world-famed tonics-the medi cinal body building elements of cod liver oil and iron for the blood, there fore it is a perfectly safe medicine for children, because it is not a patent medicine, everything in it is printed on every package, so mothers may know what they are giving their little ones. Therefore we ask every mother of a weak, sickly or ailing child in this vicinity to try Vinol on our guarantee. P. 8. Our Sazo Salve Is truly wono derfal for rema. We guarantee it. -U8TE'S blllSlTO,, pel"saes, La. December 1st, 1913, the undersigned committee will receive up to 12 o'clock noon on Monday, January 5th, 1914,1 sealed bids from any bank or banks chartered under the laws of the State of Louisiana, or of the United States and domiciled in this parish, to act as fiscal agent of the parish of St. Landry, for the two (2) years beginning on the second day of February, 1914. All bidders must make their bids in conformity with the provision of Act 316 of the Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, for the year 1910, and are required to state separatelyand distinctly, first, what rate of interest they are willing to allow to the parish for such sums as it may have on de posit during the existence of the con tract, secondly, what rate of interest they propose to charge the parish for such loans or advances as may be re quired to meet its annual budget ap propriations in anticipation andia ads vance of: the collection -of its. annual revenues. All bids must be sealed and addressed tothe ':Police Jury of St. Landry," and must have legibly written or typewrit ten on the outside of the envelope and on the same side as the address, the words "Fiscal Agents Bids." All bids must be delivered at Opel ousas, La., to the Clerk or some mem ber of the undersigned committee, on or before 12 o'clock noon, on Monday January 5th, 1914, at which time they will be opened and the fiscal agent designated and the amount of its bond fixed by the police jury. Opelousas, La., Dec. 10, 1913. W. F. BROWN, J. T. St. CYR, F. O. PAVY. Committee. dec 13-4t LICENSE ORDINANCE. An ordinance for the levying and collecting of Parish Licenses for the year 1914; Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the Parish of St. Landry in regular ses sion convened: Section 1. That the license laws of the State of Louisiana now in force shall in so far as applicable be the li cense ordinance of the Parish of St. Landry for the year 1914, except as hereinafter modified and changed; Section 2. That the annual license for peddlers and hawkers in one and two horse vehicles shall be $15.00 and $20.00 respectively; Section 3. That the amount to be paid as an annual license tax by retail dealers in distilled, alcoholic and ;Malt liquors shall be graded as follows: First Class: When the gross annual sales shall be $30,000.00 or more, the licence shall be $2,500.00; Second Class; When the gross an nual sales shall be less than $30,000.00 and not more than $20,000.00 the license shall be $2,000.00; Third Class: When the gross annual sales shall be less than $20,000.00 and not more than $10,000.00, the license shall be $1,500.00; Fourth Class: When the gross an nual sales shall be $10,000.00 or less the license shall be $800.00; Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect on and after January 1st, 1914. Adopted December 1st, 1913. FRANK DIMMICK, President. Attest: J. J. HEALEY, Clerk. The following ordinance was offered by Mr. McCaffery, and upon being duly read was adopted unanimously, to-wit; ANNUAL TAX ORDINANCE. Whereas by resolution adopted on October 6th, 1913, this body framed a budget of Ninety Thousand Two Hun dredand Sixty-seven ind92-100Dollars, ($90,267.92), as an estimate exhibiting the various items of .expenditure that the parish of St. Landry would require for the year of 1914, and Whereas, said budget has been pub lished in the St. Landry Clarion, the official newspaper of this parish, for.the full term of thirty (30) days as the law directs, and Whereas, an ad valorem tax of ten (10) mills on the dollar of the taxable property of this parish will be required n addition to the revenues to be deriv ed under the license ordinance adopted to meet said budget: Now thorefore, be it ordained by the Police Jury of the Parish of St. Landry, that a tax of ten (10) mills on the dol lar be levied on all taxable property situated within this parish on which the State levies a tax, to meet said budget of expenditures for the year 1914. Adopted December 1st, 1913. FRANK DIMMICK, President. Attest: J. J. HEALEY, Clerk. dec 6 6t ý` s I want to get a home i S., Louisiana and have u some valuable property on Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiaa, which I want to exchange for same. There is. a beautiful 17-Room Home and a 5-Room House situated on said prop erty. W. G. ZERFACE, Elwood, Ind. nov 29 2t Jury Venire. List of Petit Jurors drawn to serve at the Criminal Term of the District Court commencing Monday, December 29th, 1913: 1. J. H. Baldridge .........Barbreck 2. Rufus Miller .......... Eunice 3. Quirk M cCaffery.......................... .............. ........ . W ashington 4. W illie Mills ...................Bellevue 5. L. A. Deloach.... Washington 6. James T. Mary..Washington 7. Jules Pitre..................... Mallet 8. J. V. Chachere......... Opelousas 9. Oscar Roy ......... Arnaudville 10. Jacques Dupre .......Opelousas 11. Alfred Fontenot .......... Cataro 12. Audry Speyrer ....... Leonville 13. J. N. Cason ................... Morrow 14. Eddie Cole.. ......Leonville 15. Valery Guilbeau ............. Sunset 16. Saul Guidry...Coulee Croche 17. C. W. Carson .........Opelousas 18. W. A. Beall .........Garland 19. T. A. Jackson .. ........Bellevue 20. Robert Prather ......................... .....................near Washington 21. Arthur Roberi.. ......... Cataro 22. Joseph Burleigh Grand Coteau 23. Treville Meche Cou. Croche 24. Cyrilie Soileau............. Catarc 25. M. G. Greig.....Arnaudville 26. Burleigh Mills. _Bellevue 27. A. B. Crow... .........Eunice 28. R. K. Walker .........Bellevue 29. Marius Smith, Jr.......... Sunset. 30. Aug. Robin.... ..... eonville I hereby certify, that the above is a correct list of the per sons drawn to serve as Petit Jurors at the Criminal Term be ginning Monday. Dec.'29th. 1913, Witness my hand and neal of office this 20th of Nov. A. D. 1913. HENRY LASTRAPES, Jr., nov 22 Clerk NOTICE. Bids for the fiscal agency of the School Board of St. Landry parish. La., for two years beginning February 1st, 1914, will be received from the banks of said parish up to Janu ary 3rd, 1914, until six o'clock p. m. of said date. The successful bidder will be required to give bond in such sum as the law di rects. All bids must be address ed to C. J. Thompson, Secrtary, and have superscribed on envelope containing them the words "Bid for Fiscal Agency of School Board. C. J. THOMPSON, dec6-4t Secretary. Cottage for rent. Apply to J. J. Healey. nov. 15 tf Sandoz Opera House '"'. Ed. W. Rowland and Edwin Clifford (Inc.) - OFFFRS - A New Production of .Human Interest The Great New York Chi cago and Boston Success ROSARY Foun led Upon an Emblem of Purity BY EDWARD E. ROSE PLAY A Grea CAST PRODUCTION SERMON Written and Staged by the Authur of more Successes Than Any Other Playwright in the World Prices: $1, 75c and 50c. SkIdn Sufferers-Read! We want all skina uffere who have The eteet of D. D. D. 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