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we are
ready for
laundry
of any kind
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs,
Flat-work and
Family Washings -:
Work delivered same day received if required," and satis
faction guaranteed. Wagon will make the town daily
and if special work is desired call 'phone 262.
1The Opelousas Steam Laundry
North Union Street
Skin Sufferers-Read!
We wsnt all kin sufferers who have
affgered for many years the tortures of
disease and who have sought medical aid
Ia vain, to read this.
We, as old .establshed druggists of
this community, wish to recommend to
lou a produet that has given many re
tiet and may mean the end of your
agony. The product is a mild, simple
rash, not a patent medicine concocted of
various worthless drugs, but a scientifc
eomPound made of well known antlseptio
ingredients. It is made in the D.D.D.
laboratories of Chilao and I called the
r.. VuelptsM sor Zeea.
This is a doctor's special prescription
.ae that uw *eetpd assy wonaermul
salte 8
SHUTE't. DRUGISTORE.
Pollee Jury Proceedings.
(continued from page 6.)
ward... ......:................. 215 71
John Jennings, cleaning out canal
1 ward...-..................... 118 7t
J B Hildag, road work, 1 ward. 149 Cc
J B ldlg rodwork, 1 ward. 30 OC
Ollie Arnold, rad and bridge
work, 1 wsra_........... 55C
Albert DeValcourt, hole,
Sunset road, 1 ward........... 1 00
A Perrodin, filling hole, Sunset
Sward................ 200
Frank ardy, 2 days work, 1
Sward ... ......... ....... 200
L Thiery, 2 days work, I ward.... 2 C:
Henry Linton, 2 days work 1
ward ............... ............... .. 2 O0
Grant Sanders, 2 days work, 1
ward . ................ ........... 2
W W Plgord, demurrage on
grave I ward ....................... 800
Edmuund ylvester, rebuilding 8
small bridges, 1 ward............. 300
J B Hidalgo balance due on canal
near Deballon's bridge, 1
ward .. ................................ 3875
St. Landry Lumber, Co., lumber
2 ward ................................. 78 45
AlbertPrejean, 3 days wgrk, 2
ward................. .... 376
Christopher Babineau, hauling
lumberand repairingbridges
2 ward ......... _. .. 825
L Domingeaux, nails, 2 ward........ 1 00
Jules Begnaud, hauling lumber
and repairing bridges, 2 ward.. 625
P Arceneaux, hauling bagasss
and filling hbole, 2 ward.......... 625
C J Richard, lumber 2 ward........ 13 70
St. Landry Lumber Co., lumber,
2 ward .................................... 2175
Moise Cormier, hauling bagasse
and filling holes, 2 ward........ 500
Ben Andrus, road work, 2 ward.. 30 00
Dave Comeau, " " " " .... 1 00
Albert DeValcourt, hauling lum
ber 2 ward................................ 350
Theo Ranks, repairing bridges,
2 ward.................................... 750
Felix Stelly, road work, 2 ward.... 10 00
J T Leger, cleaning canal, 2 "...... 40 00
St. Landry Lumber Co., lumber,
3 ward .............................. 10887
P Mistric, lumber, 3 ward........... 39 74
C Kuntz, spikes, 3 ward ........ 3 20
Jos Benoit road work, etc., 3 =
ward ................................... . 25 75
Oleus Boudreau, road work, etc.,
3 ward........................................ 1800
Armand Stelly grading, 3 ward.. 25 00
P Mistric lumber, 3 ward............ 4300
F Quebedeau, 16 days use of 2
mules for road work, 3 ward.. 3200
L Mason, road work, 3 ward.......... 16 50
Jno. Dohman, ditching and re
moving tree from road, 3
ward .......................... ............. 150
R'Arnaud, road workand extras
furnished on road, 3 ,ward.... 2850
H and 0 Guidroz, road work, 3
ward ........................ 126 00
W W Smith, road work, 3 ward.. 96 75
Arthur Lahaye, nails, 3 ward........ 835
Harry Bros Co., corrugated cul
verts, 3 ward............................ 33 94
L Marks, road work, 3 ward....... 966
Olide Bellard, road work 3 Ward. 138 25
Arthur Lahaye, nails, 3 ward...... 432
W WSmith,road work, 3ward... 10625
'Richard and Anderson, road,
work, 4 ward........................... 18 35
Quirk McCaffery, team and dlriv
eron road, etc., 5 days, 4
ward......................................... 20 65
-J M Hicks, 4 qt road work,, 4
ward' ......: .............. . .. 12500
J M Hicks, extra road work, 4
ward ............................................ .. 2000
F T Boudreau, shipping grader,
4 ward ........ ...... 400
J E Bacon, hauling lumber and
repairmg bridge, 4 ward........ 17 50
Mrs. J. P. Boagn, fencing on
right-of-way, 4 ward .......... 900
Homer Guillory, road work, 5
ward ..... 300
Anderson Soileau, road work, 5
ward................ ............ . 1500
Phillip Maurin, road work, 5
ward. ........................................ 15 00
F P Martin, nails, 5 ward........... 275
Louis Winkler, bridge work, 5
ward..... . .... 7 50
F' TBoudreau, sundry blacksmith
work, 6 ward....................... 2270
T C Gibbens, lumber, 6 ward...... 22652
L P Carriere, bridge work, etc.,
5 ward .... ....... 200
J B Schmit, 1-2 days work os.'
grader, 5ward. 25 1
The effect of D. D. D. Is to soothe ln
stantly, as soon as applied; then It pene
trates the pores, destroys and throws
of all disease serms and leaves the
skin clean and healthb.
We are so confident of the marvel6us
power of D. D. P, that we have taken
advantage of the manufacturers guar
antee, to offer you a full.slse bottle on
trial. You are to Judge the merits of
the remedy in your ewn part eulaU eis
If It doen't help y0o, it costs you
nothing.
D.D.D. Boap is made of the same
bhealing itgredients.. Ask about Itr
J E Bacon, hauling lumber, "5
ward. ....... ........... ...0... 500
W P Baldridge, filling in road, 5
ward ........... ............ 450
John Erhardt, 3 days bridge
work, 5 ward. ........... 750
D McNicoll, 4 days bridge work,
Sward. ......................... 1000
Quirk McCaffery, team, 3days, 5
SErtemon Lafle, road work, 900
ward................................. 600
RC'Fontenot road work 5 ward.. 1500
Cleopha Soleau, hauling lun
teer and repbirn bge, 5 ,
ward ....... .................... ..... 2000
Cyrille Soileau, road work, 65
ward ................................. 50
W D Jennings, 4 qt. roadwork, 6
ward .. ........................ 1700
Standard Oil Co.,ol, 5 ward...... 18 3382
M W Scanlan, hauling lumber
and building bridge, 6 ward.. 16 00
Arthur Prejean, road work, 6
ward ......................................... 91 70
L Burleigh, road work, 6 ward... 650
Alca Carrriere, digging canal, 6
ward . .. ............. .... ... 10 00
St. Landry Lumber Co., lumber,
6 ward ...................... ........ 1008
Paul Boudreau, road work, 6
ward ..... ... 500
Eng. Carrlere, 4 1-2 days bridge
work, 1 and 6 wards... .......... 6 75
Felix Lavergne, road work, 6
ward........................... ....... 500
People's Lumber Co., lumber, 6
ward.......................................... 3483
Joe Durouseau, bridge work, 6
ward .......... 6 CO
J B Hidalgo, road work, 6 ward.. 489 50
On motion of Mr. McCaffery
The committee 'on claims re
solved itself into regular session
of Police Jury.
Mr. Dimmick in the chair.
The committee on claims re
.orted through Chairman Dailey
that they had examined the
claims. as above detailled and
found same correct.
I On motion of Dr. Foster
The report of committee was
accepted and committee dis.
charged.
Motion by Dr. F. O. Pavy--.
Whereas, this body has re
ceived a report from the Honor
able Dr. Oscar Dowling, Presi
dent of the State Board.of Health;
in which he severely criticises
the insanitary condition of the
jail in the Town of Opelousas,
and also remarks in said report
that there were violations of: the
sanitary code found in' the Court
house relative to the use of drink
ing cups and also mentions the
fact that the Court House square
is not kept in- proper condition,
and,
Whereas, this body has invited
the Sheriff of this Parish. Hon.
Marion L. Swords, to appear be
fore the same with a view of
having him explain why he is
not responsible for the conditions
as found in the Parish jail, and
the said Sheriff having appeared
before said body and having pub
licly stated that he assumes the
entire responsibility for the in
sanitary condition as found in
the jail, and
Whereas, this body wishes in
this resolution to go on record
that it assumes the entire re
sponsibility for the condition as
found in the Court House and on
the Court House square, there
fore,
Be it resolved by the Police
Jury e Parish of St. Landry
in session convened, That
in ordq" to better conditions, the
re t of the Parish Board of
Health and the Board of Health
be and they are hereby request
ed to visit the Parish jail at least
once every 60 days, and also to
make an inspection of the Court
House and Court House square at
least once every 60 days and to
report back to this body their
findings.
Be it further resolved, That
this body, after investigation,
has ascertained that it is the cus
todian of the Court House and
the Courthouse square, and as
such proposes to continue the ap
pointment of its own employees
to keep up same.
Be it further resolved, That a
copy of this resolution, with a
copy of the report of the Parish
Board of Health be sent to Dr.
Oscar Dowling, President of the
State Board of Health, The New
Orleans Item, The New Orleans
Picayune and The St. Landry
Clarion.
Motion carried.
Motion by Mr. Guillory
Be it resolved that a commit
tee of three, one of which shall
be the Clerk of the Police Jury,
be appointed to attend to the
painting of the jail, and other
necessary repairs in the Court
House and jail, to comply with
the recommendations of the Par
ish Board of Health, said com
mittee to have full power to act.
Motion carried.
Chair appointed Messrs St.
Cyr ard M. L. Swords.
On motion of Mr. Dailey
The minutes were read and
adopted.
On motion of Mr. Dailey
The Police Jury adjourned un
til the first Monday in March,
being the second day of said
month.
FRANK DIMMICK,
President.
J. J. HEALEY, Clerk.
PUBLIC SALE
The Opelousas, Gulf & Northeastern
Railway Co., has on hand at its Ope
lousas station a number of articles, as
listed below, that have been on hand
for some time, refused or unclaimed,
and which will be sold.
Mr. M. C. Batson, local agent, will re
ceive bids up to February 18th, 1914,
on which date same will be sold tohigh
ast bidder:
One box Phonograph Records.
One barrel of Salt.
One box of Earthen Ware.
One box Peanut Roasting Ma
chinery.
Pour bundles of Harrows.
One case of Baking Powder.
One box of Notions.
Two barrels of Notions.
One Table.
Two Wood Signs.
One Book Case.
Twenty Drill Disks.
One Crate of Stove Castings.
One Closet Bowl.
One Tank Cover.
Two Casting.
One Cultivator.
One Damaged Lawq Mower.
One Bundle Ceiling Brooms.
One Bundle Floor Brooms.
One Bundle of Castings.
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P RTIT1ON BALE
ALBERT GUILLORY, et als.
vs.
GAILLETON GUILLORY, et als.
No. 19681, Civil Docket 16th Judicial Dis.
trict Court, St. Landry Parish, La.
By virtue of a judgment rendered in the
above numbered and entitled suit, signed
by B. H. Pavy, Judge of the 16th* Judicial
District Court ofLouisiana,
there will be sold, at public auction,
by the undersigned auctioneer, for the pur
pose of effecting a partition, to the last and
highest bidder, on the Aremises at Mallet,
La., on
Saturday, March 14, 1914,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described
property, to-wit:
Lot No. 1 of plat "A," containing sixty
four and 71-100 (64.78) arpents, bounded
northeast by Eugenie Donato, southeast
by lot No. 2 of said plat, northwest by Inez
Guillory, and southwest by John T. Gull
lory and B. H. Pavy. Said lot is a part of
the same property that Casamir Guillory
aciltred 'from the Southern Timber and
Land Co., Ltd., as appears by act of sale
dated Janluary 29th; 1901, and recorded
Feb. 4Lh, 1901, in Conveyance Book "V" No.
8, page 844.
The undivided one-halt of Lot No. 2 of
plat "A," containing forty (40) arpents,
bounded northeast by Adolphe Guillory
and Lot No. 4 of said plat, south by Colo
rado Southern, New Orleans and Pacific
Railroad; northwest by Lot No. 1 of said
plat, and southwest by John T. Guillory
and Heirs of Jamcs T. Stewart. Said lot
being a part of the same property acquired
by Casamir Guillory from the Southern
Timber and Land Company, Ltd., as ap
pears by act of sale dated Jan. 29th, 1901,
and recorded Feb. 4th. 1901, in Conveyaace
Book "V" No. 8, pace 344.
Lot NO. 3 of plat "A, ' containing twenty
five arpents, bounded north by the- Colo
rado Southern, New orleans and Pacific
Railroad Co., Northeast by Lot No. 4 of
said plat and 8everlne Guillory, southeast
by Jerome Guillory or -, and south
west by Heirs of James T. Stewart. Said
lot being a p4rt of the same property ac
quired by Casamir Gullory from the Soutn -
era Timber and Land Co.. Ltd,. as appears
by act of sale dated Jan. 29th, 1901, and re
corded Feb. 4th, 1901; In Conveyance Book
"V" No. 8, page 844.
Lot No. 4 of plat "A." containing twen
ty-eight and 50-100 t28.0) arpents, bounded
northeast by Arnold Bellot and Denis Rou
geau, soptheast by Severine Guillory,
northwest by Adolphe Guillory, and south
west by Lots Nos. 2 and 3 of said plat. Said
lot being a part of the same property ac
quired by Oasamir Guillory from Francois
Guilory, Jr., as appears by an act of sale
dated Nov. 3, 1859, and recorded Nov. S,
1859, 11 Conveyance Book "S" No. 1 page
95.
Allof theabove lots are situated in Sec
tion 21, T-6-S., R-2-E.
Lot No. 1 of plat -*B," containing Thirty
(80) arpents. situated in Section 82. T-6 S.,
R-2-E., and boundea on the northeast by
Michel Lastle iu.ilory, southeast by Gas
tion B. Guillory, northwest by Alexander
O. Guillory, and southeast by Arestide L.
Guillory. Said lot being a part of the
same property acquired by Oasamir Gull
Iory. Jr., from Casamir Guillory Sr., and
wife, as appears by an act of donation
dated-Oct. 1st, 1872, and recorded Oct. 5th,
1872, in Donation BoOk No. 8, page 185.
Considerationl 1- cash, balance in One,
Two: and Three years.
J. R. PAVY.
feb T 6t Auctioneer.
OPELOUSAS
SHEET METAL WORKS
For metal work of all kind, slate,
tin roofing, gutter metal tanks,
etc. Cornice a specialty.
103 South Market St.
Cottage for rent. Apply to J.
. Heley. nov.15 tf
1 P
Neuralgia
sufferers find instant relief in
Sloan's Liniment. It pene
trates to the painful part
soothes and quiets the nerves.
No rubbing--merely lay it on.
SLOANS
LINIMENT
Kills Pain
Fore NeusI le
" I would not be without your Lia
•nent and praise it to all who ufler
with neuralsia oreulatior a in a[
Pals Al Cone
"I suffered with quite a severe nse
ragic headache for 4 months without
any relief. I used your Liniment for
two or three ihts and I havei'tj
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Treiatmains ferCM eda Cae p
"My little gir twelve ears old,
caught a severe cold, and I gave'her
three dmre dtSon's lnaiment on sw
ongon to bed, and she got up in tbe
mornin with no signsof a cold. A lit
tle bo ertdoor had croup and Igave
the mother the Liniment. Shegave him
three drops on guing to bed, and he got
Snpls Bees ks eee bs aor gre
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SHERIFF'S SALE
EWM. BRINKHALUS AND FoRAZ.
vs.
ADOrPHE F. STELLY
No. 192'9, Civil Docket, Sixteenth Judicial
District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La.
By virtue of a writ of ferl facias is
sued out of the Honorable Sixteenth Judi
cial District Court, in and for the parish of
St. Landry, In the above entitled and num
bered suit, and-to me lirected, I have sesed
and will offer for sale, for cash at public
anuction, to the last and highest bidder, at
the front door of the Court House of St.
Landry Parish. at Opelousas, La., on
Saturday, Feb. 21, 1914,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the folio ~ing described
property, to-wit:
About forty barrels of sweet potatoes.
Terms Cash, to pay and satisfy the sum
of $125.69, debt, with interest and costs, un
less the same isimmediateiy paid.
feb 7 t M. L. SWORDS. Sheriff.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
RSTATE OF ARMAS DURIO.
No. -, Probate Docket. 16th Judicial
District Court St. Lanary Parish, La.
Whereas, Mrs. May Phillip, widow,
of St. Landry Parish, La., has applied by
her petition to be appointed administratriz
of the above numbered and entitled estate.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to
all parties Interested to show cause, if any
they can or have, within ten days from the
irst publication hereof, why the prayer of
the said petitioner should not be granted.
By order of said Court.
Opetousas, La.- --,ls-.
HINiLtY LASTRAPS8 JR.
Jan 81 t Clerk of bour.
Just received by Stokes-Stelly
Produce Co. 1 car -northern
grown seed potatoes. feb 7-2t
OVIIR L ND
$950 Completely Equipped F. O. B. Toledo
Costs- You 30% Less
T HE man who buys without comparing or analying only succeeds The $950 Overland is roomier, has greater leg stretch and more..
in grossly fooling himself. The better you acquaint yourself with actual comfort than most $1200 cars. COMPARE and SEE.
values the more intelligent and economically you can buy. The $950 Overland.has tires as large as on most $1200 cars. 0M-: z
If, in one car, you can get a longer wheelbase for less money then PARE and SEE.
THAT car offers a greater value. The $950 Overland has electric lights throughout, the same as $3,
If in one car, you get a more powerful motor for less money then 000 to $5 00 cars. COMPARE and SEE.
THAIf, car onffe cr,s you larger tires or less money then again in The 950 Overland has just as complete and just as expensive,
THAT car you get an additional value. gain in. equipment as most j1600 cars. COMPARE and SEE.
And so on throughout the entire car. If the fundamentals are The $950 Overland is just superbly and richly finished asan v$1500
larger, better and more powerful and the purchase price is less, which car. COMPARE and SEE
does it seem reasonable to buy? The $950 Overland is manufactured just as carefully as any car.
The closer you make such an investigation the better the 'Over- COMPARE and SEE.
land shows up-and the harder it is on our competitors. Why is it And such greater value for lessmoney is possible on account of
you seldom see any of our competitors advertising their specifications? our enormous and therefore economical production methods because
Are they afraid or ashamed? we are the largest manufacturers in the world of this type of car.
Be that as it may, here are the facts: Why hesitate? There are more Overlands being sold today than
The $950 Overland has a motor that is as large and as powerful as any other competing car made. And tls is because we continue to
in most 31200 cars. COMPARE and SEE. give moe standard car for les actual Iloney
The $950 Overland has a wheel base as long as on most $1200 cars. The purchase of an Overlr will save you a clear 30 per cent.
COMPARE and SEE. See the 1914 Overland today.
Electric head, side and tail lights 33 x 4 Q. D. Tires Mohair top and boot
Storage battery and ammeter Cowl dash C lear vision windshield
35 horsepower motor Brewster green body with light Stewart speedometer
114-inch wheelbase green striping, nickel and altu Electtic horn .
Timken bearings, minum trimmings Flush tJ doors with concealed hinms
. e '
Ov5andOv......cb d&
OPELOUSAS MOTOR CAR COMPANY,
PHONE 139 J. B. MCCLELLAND & SON, Proprietors.
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COMPLETE
SNewspaper Plant
rOR SALE
BACKCOCK PRESS. ATTACHED FOLDER. ELECTRIC MOTOR.
OLDs GASOLINE ENGINE. TYPE. CASES
STONES. RULES. MAILING MACHINE. LEADS.
EVERYTHING GOING TO MAKE
S A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER PLANT
Engine, Type, Mailing Machine, etc., brand
new -some of thee type not yet "laid."
Press in perfect running order, and as good
as new.
A positive bargain for one who wants an
up-to-date newspaper plant. ,.
lately used by the ST. LANDRY WOMONER.
.. Apply to,
YVES ANDREONT.
Business Manager St. Llndry Clarion.
rMMMMR HMMMMaaiu
t NTOTICE OF TABLEAU.
t ESTATm OF AR1EMCONrLAFLEUR
No. 6~9. Probate Docket 16th Judicial
District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La.
d Whereas, Dr. E. Lanfer and A. E. La*
fleur, oint a dmin strators of
the above entitled estate, file a provis
ta onal tableau of said success on,
accos panted 6Y their petition praying for
the homologation of same.
And whereas prayer of said petition has
been granted by an ordbr of court bearlng
date, ---.; -
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to
all parties Interested to make op on to
said tableau to le same in w n my
omice. wi'htn the time required by w why
1 the said tableau should not be homologated
and confirmed.
HUNRY LASTRAPBS, JP.,
, feb iStt Olrk ofCourt.
p NOtice to the Public.
Ileche, Lyea Nid. U ltot
i looklng, about feet S lnches tall. does not
see well, speaks very lndistnetly French
and a vr little E. ih. left his home
near Ourh Point on Tuesday night.
When last seen he was dressed oa brow
tish coat, white strtpe blUe pants ad al
- gray hat with flt bned with litte holes.
The young ma. has not a strong mind hfad
any one seeing him Is earnestly -resueted
Sto turn him over to a deputy she or to
notify Homer BarroasOhurcftoint.
SUCCESSION SALE
ESTATE OF ALEXIS FRUGE.
No. 6498, Probate Docket, District Court,
Parish of St. Landry, La.
By virtue of an order of the Hon. B. S.
Pavy Judge of the 36th Judicial District
Oort. in ad for the Parish of at. Landry
Louisiana. there will be sold for ccash ah
public aMction to the last and hilh b.d,
ter, by the undersigned administrator,
or any duly licensed . auctioneer. at the
front door of the courthous of St. Lan
dry Parish, at Opelousas, La., on
Saturday, March 7thb, 1914,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the follO g d bed
property, to-wlt: : ,
One lot of roun d with itmnproausnte
thereona situatedi the city of Opelousas
St. Landry Parish, Loolsl na, and bionade
as follows, to-wit: On the north by J. B.
Sandoos on thhe soth by Bellevae .St, re.on
the east by' Gron or Ohoufch and on the
wet by DUrio.
Terms-.auh.
JNO. W. L 8WIS Adminlstrator.
IaI l II I
Dr.. S. Barry and son, Law
rence 0:, of Grand Cotea spent
one day this week at the home .a
Mr. and Mrs. Des MizL .
No. 8666 Probate Du·okct 16th Jmacieal DMittx `''
trict bourt, Parish o I.s , La.,t
Svirtue of an order of the B. L i.
Davy, Judge of the 14th J icall Dt
ourt, in and for the Parish of St.
Louisiana, there will be solO.
blitc auction, the last 1an
aor ca t ,eent. es
8rinopal. front door of the t fit: .
eolUas~ La., on
Saturday, March 7th, 19145
at 11 o'clock a, m., the followiln w
property, tO*wlt: .
That certain tract of : l3aoe ,
threei arpents of lad, (fie.u4% .
arpeats 8quareu
aorth by operty orllanch anL D;l.
br, M Of Dr. I. , 1 11'' s
*onaudvie St. ndry Parish, La.
4auU at -9
tton. L L. Danel.

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