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vice now would be "By ail means, get a Remington-UMC
becaum they know that there i a tendency m some
quarters to look upon theae modela a» oniy "a sall
boy rile" and to cheapen them o that they can be
old at a prie.
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SEVERAL LEPERS ARE
DISCHAREED AS EURED
Dr. Hopkins Reports that
Inmates of Leper Home
Now Have Hope.
Directors of the Louisiana
Leper Home believe a cure for
this loathsome diseade has been
discovered. In his report to the
board of control of the lepers'
home Dr. Ralph Hopkins stated
the serum he is now using is the
most satiafactory he had tried,
and, nine patients. were dis
charged as curedsome time ago,
and others are improving. It is
a vaccine from the the bacteria
of erysipelas. He also employa
an oi to be taken internally, but
he stated the patients sometimes
can not assimulate the oil, but in
several instances it has proven
Dr. Hopkins told of the tests
made sometime ago of serum
taken from horses after they
had been bitten by poisonous
reptiles and also the blood of
goats after being bitten, but
both were discontinued after a
long trial on account of the fact
that the patients developed very
severe abscesses. He said, how
ever, the serum benefited the
The doctor gave an account of
a boy and a girl whom he had at
the home under treatment, and
also a woman, ail of whom were
practically cured, but they es
He reported a patient, a citi
zen of France, who desired
to return to his native
country, and he was advised to
take the subject up with the
French consul in New Orleans.
The mnan owns property in
France and bas a wife and sev
eral children in New Orleans.
Dr. Hopkins was instructed not
toallow children to visit parents,
relatives or friends at the home.
Dr. Hopkin declared that the
origin of leprosy is not known or
precisely how it is contracted,
and also the theory that eating
fish caused the discase was
1U8BERS PAY VISIT
TO SUNSET STOBE
COsUle & Bros. Safe Blown
Up and AtÂempt Made
What i. believed to be thbe
same gang that has been rob
bing small safes in many towns
throughout Louisiana is sup
posed to have operated in Sun
set on last Friday night.
Cracksmen blew and robbed
the safe in the store of Romain
A. Castille & Brothers on Friday
night, but only a small amount
was stolen. In the safe, in one
of the pigeon-holes there was a
pocket book, containing approx
imately thirty dollars, but the
burglars did not look through
this pigeon-hole, after having
ransacked ail the others and
finding only books and papers.
The Sunset State Bank was
the iiext to be entered by the
burglars. The entry was made
through a window, but when the
robbers tackled the safety vaults,
they discovered they had some
thing besides a small safe to con
tend with. It is repoted that
three chàrges of nitro-glycerine
were made, but, still the vault
did not give. One door was
badly broken up, but the space
between the first and second
doors of the vault was too great
for the nitro-glycerine to take
After a futile attempt it is sup
posed that the cracksmen were
scared away, whereupon they
made their escape. It took the
officers of the bank several hours
to take out the heavy iron doors
of the vault. And after opening
the safeit was found that the rob
bers did not get access to it, as
was supposed by President Dim
mick, who feared that after clos
ing the doors the cracksmen had
arranged it so that it had to be
taken down, altogether in order
for the cashier to enter it next
Members of R. E. Lee Camp
No. 14 U. C. V. are requested to
meet on Saturday 7th day of
March to approve roster and send
their dues to general headquart
C. H. RICHAND, Asst. Adjt.
VINCENT W. BOAGNI
No. 19935, 16th Judicial District Couart,
Parins of St. Landry, La.
By virtue of a writ of seizureand ale l
sued out of the Hon. 16th Judicial District
Courtof Lonisiana, in and for the Parish
of St. Landry, in tne above numbered and
entitled sult, and to me directed. I have
selzed and will offer for sale, for cash
at public auction, to the last and highest
bidder. at the front door of the Court
Houseof St. Landry Parish, at Opelousas,
Saturday, Feb. 28, 1914,
at u o clock a. m., the foUlowlng described
A certain tract or parcel of land situated
at Naliet In thbs parsu Of St. Landry, with
ail the Doulldinga and Improvements there
on. coatainlaf Ueventy-ave (75) arpents
boanded DrOh by J. B. Gullory, south by
pubic road led to Prud'homme City
eastbyJ. B. Glory and west by Allen
MeoyOr laneladl to Mallet woods.
Twin o vy fluand satisfy the sum
oC SM, aenw. ~ sd cost, unlesa
a. s. Wo11w.1ersa.
doesn't amount to much.
You can buy shoes for $z.5o
or a suit for $7.59; but does
the man who knows what
qualityetands for want stuff
that is not only cheap in
price, but cheap in quality?
Aud cheap printing in the limiti
We won't charge you any more
than the other fellow, but our
work will not be heap.
,We'U prove this today
BODEMULLER, Th Printer
*WMrrN o YOU cm UN wsamstar wu
A GREAT ContmmodStoryot s
P-eareuun which yumay bwareading
toftorever. You are living in th.o
year,of themot wonderful age, 0f what la
the grtest word in the univers.
crsare, sd it the favoriteM
$1 rkA FOR OIEYEAR'S
u-men and Mechanic.
S Mar iLon ior hoan cillionr of your
U'n«: am, sd it is the favorite mai»v.
ue» in th>msade of thé bst Amei
homem. It appeau , to an clame-ovlaa
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BEAUMONT ELECTRIO LIGUT 00.
EUNICE IBGu T AN» POWER O. 7LTD.
No. 19948. 10th Judîclal District Court,
&tT ea8 0t to hd=o ti@g-Mhw té nlàdà
Parlsh of St. Landr op, repLa.
By VAirtue o a wrlt 10p selaure and sale show
sued out of tlie Honorable I8th JuadItsa
'District Oourt, in and for the parlsh of St.
Landrye, in thed bove entitled anbol num-e
boreS suIt, anS to me dIrected, I bave selaed
andwill Oker for sale. for,«cash, at ublc
the front doar il to ourtose at Opr -
Mlous Fs, La.* on M LPOO
POPSaturday, MarECh 21, 1914,C.
at I 'clock au . m., the olowng descrbed
BAUMOpropT BLETrtyI GHT 00.toit
BUNICB LIGHT ANI) POWER CO., 7LTD.
NoTh.ir Electr19948 th Judical District CourPlant,
c Parnsisthng of St. Landry. La. tor
switch board, excItese anre andl apporte
nances thereto belonglng, sîtuated on the
eout halof th Honorablck100 the Fth JulIer anla
District Court, In and for thwn paf rle, Par-tSt.
lsli of St. Landry, iltate of *Lonllasas, also
Landtheir Poln the above entitlng f poles andu
bered, wsuite an apportenauces t hereto be
and wIll 0ffer for sale, for, cash, at publie
aon to th last aint d hig thesT bidder, at
th r afooead ko a franchise granted by
the Tous. La., on u . La., on t t day of
Sa . 1912turday, Mo Willam Urquchart, 11Boy4,
at I olockrt an. Osca r Melancon, grantibedg
property privlege for thto-wt: operation
an T intenance o a Electric LLight ant,
consistIngo Plant Pole lenine, bollet., gener sai torwn
witchfor a erd of 25 years, andte sail appurte
bein noa theren)o belongingvey otuated onby the
sai Wialliam ando Bof thy Fusilt. er and
feb 14 St M. L. SWORDS, Shorlif.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
ESTATE 0F DAN REESE
Na 658, PradJIton to the TDownt. Distr unicet UPoart
Parlh of St . Landry, tate o Lousana, a.so
Wheasr JPle L consistingse, of ples andt.
iLandry Parsh, has appurtenanced by thereto be
logiBn appointed adminltrator of ore
nieabov entiafoesad aLnd numbered estate.by
Nov, theretore, notice La hereby given
ta all partIes interestod to show cause, If
anythe' san or bave, withîn ton daya from
the firat publIcntion bereof, why tho prayer
of the said petitioner shvuld not th granted.
By order of said Court.
Opelousas, Laof Janr1, t 191se
IIENRY LASTRAPES, Jr.
3au 81.21 (ilerk of Court.
COUNTRY and TO WN
PR O PERTY
"P'c>r 8 ,1 e
I have a fine list 0f Town
and Country Property, Iam
offering for sale at terma to
suIt M>urchaser-See me b .
fo. 68 roae buying. . .itrc . o .
S. A. Gournay,
EUNICE, - -s bmA.
JACOBS NEWS DEPOT CO
Cash Mail Order House
Opelousas - - - Louisiana.
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The Old Standard Grove's Tastcless chill Tonic is Equally
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Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. ForGrown People and Children.
Youn Iow what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININS and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Pever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Narsing
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Nofamilyshouldbewithoutit. Guarauteed by your Druggist. Wemean it. 50oc.
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Opelousas Ice & Bottling Works
A MORESI, Pres. OPELOUSAS, LA.
LessWork Running Separator
IF YOU knew what 4 good engine the
Olds Engine is-if you knew what it
would do for you-it would be pretty hard to hold
you back; you'd have one just as quick as you- coild
get one. That's what we want to show you-we said
show you. We want you to corne in here when
you've got time and look at an Olds Engine; watch
it run-you'll like it.
Make this your store. Yon'll find the things you get hbre
are the kind of things yon want-quality and satisfaction.
If you can't find timne to corne and see s, ask as to corne
and see yon or send you a free catalog of
S Olds Engines.
We're here to serve ye«;
1fro us the chance. S
F. L. SANDOZ, Opelousas, La.
P ARTITION SALE
ALBERT GUILLORY, et ais.
GAILLETON GUILLORY, et als.
No. 19%81, Civil Docket, 16th Judiclal 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 Jbdicial
District Court ofLoulslana,
there wlll be sold, at public anction,
by the undersigntd auctioneer, for the pur
se of effecting a partition, to the last and
ghest bidder, on the premises at Mallet,
Saturday, March 14, 1914,
at 11 o'clock a. m., the following descrubed
Lot No. lof plat "A," containing sixty
four and 73-100 (64.78) arpents, bounded
northeast by Egente Donato, southeast
by lot No. 2 of said plat, northwest by Inez
Gauillory, and southwest by John T. Gull
lory and B. H. Pavy. Said lot is a part of
the saime property that Casamir Gnillory
acwired from the Southern Timber and
Land Co., Ltd., as appears by act of sale
dated January 29th, M54i, and recorded
Feb. 4ti, W101, in Conveyance Book "1V" No.
8, page 84u.
TheLnd1vided one-halt of Lot $o. 2 of
plat "A," contaminn forty (40) arpents,
bounded northeast y Adolphe Guillory
and Lot No. 4 of said plat, south by Colo
rado Southerm, New Orleans and PaciSe
Raliroad, northwest by Lot No. 1 of sald
plat, and sonthwest Dy John T. Giulliory
and HRetirs of James T. Stewart. Said lot
bein a part of the salie property acqulUed
by Casam r Gglllory from the Soutcher
Timber and Land Company. Ltd., as ap
pears by act of sale dated Jan. 29th, 1901,
and recorded Feb. 4th, 1901, tn Oonveyauce
Book "V" No. 3. pae 844.
Lot No. 8 of Plat "A,*' contalningtwenty
Bve arpents, bounded north by the Colo
rado Sonthern, New Orleans and Pacifiec
Bailroad Co., Northeast by Lot No. 4 of
said plat and Severine Galllory, soautheast
by Jrame Glliory or - , and seoti
veut yHeirsof James T. Stqwart. Sali
lot pngapart of the same property as
quired by Casamir Gnuillory from the Soutn.
ern Timber and Land Co.. Ltd,. as appears
by act of sale datea Jan. 29th, 1901, ana re
corded Foi). 4th, 190il, in Conveyance Bock
"V" No. 8. page 8"4.
Lot No. 4 of plat **A." contalinig twen
ty-elght and 50-100 (28.0) arpents, boeunded
northeast by Aroild Belot amd Dents Rou
geau, southeast by Severine Gullory,
nortlwest by Adolphe Gullory, and south-n
west by Lots Nos. 2 and8ot said plat. Sald
lot being a part of the mae property ac
quired by Casanir CiaIllory f nom Francola
Uullory, Jr., as appetars by an act of sale
dated Nov. 3, 1859, and recorded Nov. a,
185, In Convoyance Book "8" lio. 1 page
Al ot the above lots are situated In Sec
tion 21, T-6-8., -2-B.
Lot No. lof plat *B." contalaing Thirty
(80) arpents, situated in Section 32. T-- B.,
B-2-E., and bonnded on the nortbeast by
Michel Latle Guillory, soutbeast by Gas
tion B. Guilory, northweast by Alexander
O. Gaillory, and soutbeast by Arestide L.
Gulilory. Said lot being a part of the
same property acquired by Casamlr tl.U
lory'.Jr.,arom Casamir (*uliory 9r. aad
wi7, as appears by an act oi donation
dated Oct. lst. 1872, and recorded Oct. ths,
1872, ine Donation Book NO. , page 185.
Conslderatlonl-8 cash, balance in One,
Two and Three years.
J. B. PAVY.
lofeb 7 6t Auctioneer.
Notice to the Public.
Sylvestro Mechea, 18 years old, sickly
looklng about ô aeet S Inchee tall, does not
see weù, speaks very indistinet rench
an" a very Uttle Engils. leftrls boine
near Chrch Poaint on at Tuesday night.
When last seen he was drssea on brown
lash coat, white stripe bine pants and 4
gra bat with felt band with uttle ioles.
Tie young man bas not a «troag mind and
any one aoelng bim l @arnetly reoqueoted
to trm hbimovertoa dep;y aberUi or to
notlty Homer Barroume, Cburch PMt.
Cottage for rent. Apply to J.
J. Healey. ov. 15 t!
UIONi BAN & TRUS 60.
PI l810 STK FUIlLY PAID--IIOoO.
0 ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
3 q iOnTIime Cedificates atDeposit 13
WITH ABSOUITE SECURITY
F 881 iBfl i iOliir 1811
AM r FOr Tmns d1 Iiboersks
Came t Bat. u..
Citron, ICy.-a an Ilteresu g letter
trm tbis place, MAs. BetlUe Bulock
wrles as ows: "I suffhered for four
years, wMliwomanly troubles, and during
mhis time, I could only ait up for a ttle
wble, aMd coalS nt walk anywhere at
aIL At times,Iwouldm he severe pains
la my teft slde
TMe doctoi wu caled a,and his tremt
ient relieved me for a while, but 1 was
soo coufned to my bed 4010. After
buataotblg seemedto do meanygood.
For or vice
Your Patronage Is Sollcited and Appreciated
Go Fishing at Second Lake and Half-Moon
M. C. BATSON J. W. JORDAN
Local Agent Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agent
Phone 145 Opelousaes, La
Do It Now
Screen Your Home,
Hotel, Soda Water Stand, Confectionary
Stores, Baker and Barber Shops. . .
huy Your rees o alaized Scromeen Wresn
Saint Lairy Loffler Cmpany Limited.i
Opelousas - Louisiana
ATTENTION, FARMERS ,
I HAVE ORDERED AND WILL HAVE FOR
ISALE the BEST QUALITY of different
varieties of Northern grown cotton seedfor
planting purposes. Corne and see me at once
and secure your planting seed while it can be
bought at reasonable prices.
J. B. CLEMENTS
STANDARD RICE Opelousas, La.
MILINOa COMPANY Houston, Tex. "
1 had gotten o weak I could oat tua4
aMd I gave up la despir.
At last, my huaband got meabottle of
Cardul, the wouam's toolt, aid I cMe
MmcMd thking I. Prom té very ist
dos, 1 coMld telt It wa helpiag me. 1
can m ow walk two amtm withoat Its
tiring me. aea ap doing al My work."
If you are al run down frohn womaily
troubles, doS't give up la deqpait. Try
Cardal, theewoman'stonic. Itbhaelped
more tman a millon woaet, in maits 50
years cf continuous succes, ad shoald
surely help you, too. Yoar druggist hba
sold Cardl for yes. Hlie knows whatb
it vw do. As* hia. H wRil recoae
OneSit. Begin talng Cardul today.
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