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JUST RECEIVED
One Car White Billow Flour
One Car Rice
Exceptional Bargains
Blacksher Brothers I
Blacksher Brothers I
AGED EUNICE LADY
CLAIMED BY DEATH
Mrs. Edward Dardeau Ex
pires After Short Illness
Near Eunice.
Mrs. Edward Dardeau died at
her home, near Eunice, on Wed
nesday night at 8 o'clock, after
a short illness. She was ad
vanced in age and was a former
resident of Ville Platte.
Mrs. Dardeau was the wife of
a brother of Mr. Oscar Dardeau,
of this city. Her husband has
long been recognized as one of
the foremost notaries in the par
ish; he has practically been de
voting all of his time to his no
tarial work, for the last few
years, at the same time attend
ing to his plantation near the
town of Eunice.
Mrs. Dardeau had hosts of
friends and relatives in this city
and will be mourned by a great
many citizens of Evangeline and
St. Landry Parishes.
The Clarion extends its heart
felt sympathies to Mr. Dardeau
and his family in this their hour
of bereavement.
BIENVENU BUILDING
NEAR COMPLETION
Modern Landry Street Drug
Store Will Be Occupied
by Proprietress.
The modern and up-to-date
little drug store building which
is being constructed by contrac
tor Homer Ventre for Mrs. T. D.
Todd will soon be complet
ed. This will be one of the
handsomest little store buildings
in Opelousas.
This is one of the first of a se
ries of up-to-date store buildings
which are to be constructed on
Landry street within the next
few months. It is a very neat
building and is an ornament to
the principal thoroughfare of
0t04 4y
SHERIFF'S SALE
BEAUMONT ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.
vs.
IUNICE LIGHT AND POWER CO., LJTD.
No. 19943, 16th Judicial District Court,
Parish of St. Landry. La.
By virtue of a writ of seizure and sale is
sued out of the Honorable 16th Judliear
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
lousas, Ia., on
Saturday, March 21, 1914,
at 11 i,'clock a. m., the following described
property, to-wit:
Their Electric Light and Pow, r Plant,
consisting of an engine, boiler, ge:ierator,
switch board, exciter, and all ,,+tourte
nances thereto belonging, situat. I on the
west half of Block 100 of the Fus! ler and
Lewis addition to the Town of Eu . ,-, Par
Isn of St. Landry, state of Louiss,tna, also
their Pole Line consisting of I.-:es and I
wires, with all appurtenances the t-,to be
longing and situated in the To', :+ of Eu
nice, afoeesaidalo a franchise gr.:r ed by I
the Town of Eunice. La., on the 11 .lay of 1
July 4. 1. 1912, to William Urqu:n 't, Roy t
Urquhart and Oscar Melancon, granting
the right and privilege for the ,- t ration
and maintenance of an Electric. .l it ard 1
Power Plant. Pole lines, etc., in sot I town
for a period of 25 years, the said I rn.nchise
being now (then) exclusively ownea. by the
said William.and Roy Urquhart.
Terms: Cash.
feb 146t M' L. SWORDS, iSheriff.
-
Proclamation of Elec in.
Palmetto, La., March 5th, 1914.
I, R. G. Hawkins, Mayor of the Vil
lage of Palmetto, La., by virtue of au
thority in ibe vested do hereby issue
this my proclamation. calling an elec
tion to be held on Tuesdry, April
the 21, 1914, for the purpose of elect
ing a Mayor, three Aldermen and a I
Marshal, as provided in act 152 of 1898,
and pursuant to the authority in me
vested I do hereby name and appoint
the following commissioners to preside
at said election on Tuesday, April 21st,
1914:
Jake Meyer, Ira E. Hawkins, and 1
Frank C. Charles.
The commissioners are instructed to
open the polls at 6 o'clock A. M. and to
close same at seven o'clock p. m. on
the same day of said election.
Thus done, ordered, and signed of
ficially on this fifth day of March, 1914,
at Palmetto, St. Landry Parish Louis
iana. R.G. HAWKINS,
inch 14 4t Mayor.
Cottage for rent. Apply to J.
J. Healey. nov. 15 tf
WELCOME NEWS FOR
LOCAL PEOPLE
People in this town will be glad to
hear that the mixture of simple buck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as
Adler-i-ka, can be obtained at our
store. This simple remedy became
famous by curing appendicitis and it
has been found that JUST A SINGLE
DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on
the stomach and constipation IN
STANTLY because it drains off such
a surprising amount of old foul mat
ter from the body.
F. C. Shute, Druggist.
O"C I hereby notify the public
Ce that I will not be responsi
ble for debts contracted on
my name without awritteni order.
feb 28-5t J. EDGAR ANDREPONT.
WANTED two or three boarders
in private family; good location,
2 blocks.. fro Court... House. ;
Temas r o le.
Adresthi db. fb2
Dr. F. 0. Pavy offered the following
ordinance and upon being duly read
was adopted unanimously, to-wit:
AN ORDINANCE.
Amending Sections 2 and 3 of the ordi
nance of the Police Jury of the parish
of St. Landry, adopted at its meeting
held on February 2nd, 1914, and being
entitled an "Ordinance relative to the
construction and building of perma
nent gravel roads in the parish of St.
Landry, and the setting aside of a
fixed sum therefor and the appoint
ment of a committee to supervise the
same;"
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Police
Jury of the parish of St. Landry, in
regular session convened, that sections
two and three of the ordinance entitled
"An ordinance relative to construction
and building of permanent gravel roads
in the parish of St. Landry, and the
settipg aside a fixed sum therefor and
the appointing of a committee to sur
pervise the same," adopted Feb. 2nd,
1914, be amended and re-enacted so as
to read as follows:
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, etc.,
that the President of this body, the
Supervisor of public roads and one
member of this body to be selected and
appointed by the President, be and
they are hereby constituted a commit
tee on good roads whose duty it shall
be to supervise, superintend, build or
have built, by contract or otherwise,
the building of gravel roads as provid
ed for by this ordinonce and between
the points hereinafter mentioned.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That said committee on good roads be
and it is hereby empowered and autho
rized to use out of the above mentioned
funds set aside for the building of said
permanent roads a sum not to exceed
eight thousand dollars for the purchase
of any and all machinery, tools, graders
etc., necessary for the building of said
gravel roads, and said committee is
hereby further authorized to purchase
such material and to contract for such
labor as may be required to build and
construct said roads and to issue
vouchers for such material purchased,
or labor performed, which vouchers,
when properly signed, on presentation,
shall be paid by the Clerk of this body,
by warrant against said permanent
road fund, duly signed by the Presi
dent of this body:
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained etc.,
That the provisions of the ordinance
adopted on Feb. 2, 1914, in conflict with
this ordinance, be and the same is here
by repealed and that this ordinance for
good and sufficient reason take effect
from and after its passage.
Adopted March 2, 1914.
FRANK DIMMICK, President.
Attest: J. J. HEALEY, Clerk.
The president of this bodyappointed
Mr. J. T. St. Cyr, a member of the com
mittee on good roads, as per instruc
tions of the above ordinance.
march 7-6t
Notice Of Dissolution.
The co-partnership existing between
Emar Andrepont and J. Edgar Andre
pont, operatmg nnder the name of E.
Andrepont & Son, has been dissolved
by mutual consent. The former as
sumes all debts and liabilities. -
EMAR ANDREPONT
J. EDGAR ANDREPONT.
feb 28-5t Opelousas, La., Feb. 17, 1914.
o In s One mare .mule, light
S about 7years old, been
on premises of Armand Richard, near
Granid Coteau, since six weeks. The
owner is hereby notified to come for
ward; prove property, pay costs and
`tom : eisy Apply tH. . Ri
SEVERE BRONCHIAL COUGH
[octors Feared Lung Trouble,
Restored to Health by Vinol
The medical profession does not be. 81
love that lung troubles are inherited,
ut a person may inherit a weakness a
r tendency to them. L
Mrs. Kate Heckman, Springfield,
)hio, says: "A few years ago I was,
n a very bad run-down condition, and
.he physician told me I had consump
ion. I tried another physician, and B
le told me I had ulcers on my right g
lung. I quit the physicians and
started on VWinoL.' Today I am o
perfectly healthy, and that is why I
recommend 'Vinol'." F
Vinol soothes and heals the inflam- °
td surfaces and allays the cough, q
Vinol creates an appetite, strengthens i
the digestive organs and gives the
patient wtrength to throw of in-s
:ipient pulmonary diseases.
Try a bottle of Vinol with the un
lerstanding that your money will be
returned if It does not help you.
P. S.-For any skin trouble try oun
.azo_Salve.' We guarantee it.
SHUITE'S DRUiSTORE, Opelousas, La.
PARTITION SALE.
MARY BOSEWELL, Wife
vs. b
FRANK EAGLAND, Husband. I
To. , Civil Docket, 16th Judicial Dis
trict Court, St. Landry Parish, La.
By virtue of an agreement between
the plaintiff and the defendant in the
above numbered and entitled
.ause, I will offer for sale at pub
Lic auction to the last and highest bid
der for cash, on e
Spturday, March 28, 1914,
at 11 o'clock a. m., at dwelling house
of said parties, situated on the herein
described plantation, the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
One certain tract of land, with im
provements thereon, containing 20
acres more or less, situated in the par
ish of St. Landry, La., and bounded
as follows: North by public road and J.
F. Schell, south Balliho, east by Charles
Henry, and on the west by public road.
Two mares, two horses and one mule,
26 head of hogs, 50 hens, 20 ducks, 6
Guinea fowls, one cow and a calf, 150
barrels of corn, 15 wagon loads of hay,
8 barrels of potatoes (sweet), two bar
rels of peas, 280 pounds of cotton-seed,
one-half barrel of peanuts, three bar
rels of pop corn, one wagon, one bug
gy, one surrey, two saddles, three sets
of harness, one lot of plows and one lot
of wagon harness, one chest of tools,
one lot of house furniture, one watch
(gold) and chain, one pair of gold cuff
buttons one razor, one shot gun, one
Smith-Wesson pistol, one lot of stubble
cane, one mat of cane, one lot of lum
ber, one roll of new fence wire, one
cross cut saw, two barrels of syrup,
one lot of kitchen utensils, etc.
Terms: Cash.
ROBT. HARRY,
feb 21 6t Agent and Attorney.
Car n 1e sald , Oner sNmeians Wilt Cers
The worst cases, ano mnatter of hbow long standing,
are cured by tbeC.o.punerfu, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Beeing 0i1, It rdees
Pain aadasaiat themetime -SeI, W p* .
J. B. Sandoz
When in need of TILLAGE
IMPLEMENTS and AC
CESORIES do not forget we .
carry a complete line. We
have just received a carload of
the above and can save you
money. We also have GAS
OLINE ENGINES, PUMP
JACKS and PUMPS :-: :-:
I
J. B. Sandoz
. .... . . . .k~A$A ~ A~¶A~¶Ah¶fl¶ di'~tA~ 1.,
'HERIFF'S SALE
A. O.OLIVIER
vs.
VALERY E. GUILBEAU
D. 19569, Civil Docket, Sixteenth Judicial
District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La.
By virtue of a writof selure and mle Is
led out of the Honorable Sixteenth Judi
al District Court, in and for the parish of
. Landry, in the above entitled and num
ired suit, and to me directed, I have seised
ad will offer for sale, for cash, at public
lction, to the last and highest bidder, at
es front door of the Court House of St.
indry Parish, at Opelousas, La., on
iaturday, March 28,1914,
11 o'clock a. m., the following described
roperty, to-wit:
A certain plantation situated in Prairie
asse of Grand Coteau in the Parish of St.
andry, with all the buildings and im
rovements thereon, containing about one
mndred and twent)-three (128) arpents,
sing bounded: on the north by property
r Wm. BrinLhaus, on the south by Public
Dad and properties of Jos. B. Stblle and
teol Landry, on the east by property of
silk Miller and on the west by properties
Mrs. Emile Speyrer and of Brlnkhaus;
sing the same property which vendor ac
slred at the successional sale of the es
tef J. C. Speyrer and wife on Nov. 2d,
Terms* Cash,-to pay and satisfy the sum
S$228.81 and interest on $2288.14 at the rate
$ 8 per cent from Jan. 20th, 1913.
b 21 6t M. L. $WORDS, Sheriff.
4UCCESSION SALE
ESTATE OF JUSTIE . AROBNEAU,
o. 6524, Probate Docket, 16thJudicial Dis
trict Court, St. Landry Parish, La.
By virtue of an order of the Hon. the
6th Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in
nd for the Patish of St. I.andrv,. La.,
Igned by B. H. Pavy, Judge of said Court,
sere willbe sold at publil autio,. to the
1st ant, highest bidder by the undertsgned
dministrator, on the premises near Port
arre, La., on the banks of the Courta
leau, on
laturday, March 21, 1914.
t 11 o'clock a. m., the following described
roperty, to-wit:
1st. 57 arpents with improvements
ounded north by Bayou courtableau.
Duth by H. L. Garland. east by P. Moreau
nd west by J. C. Arceseau.
2d. 100 acres bounded north by Courta
leau, south by H. L. Garland, east by J.
Arceneau. west by Widow A. David.
Id. One mule, one mare, one horse colt,
tiree cows, 2 helfers, house furniture,
Itchen utensils.
Terms- Cash. LOU
LOUt- MOURET,
ib 14 6t Administrator.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
TOPPINO-SUDENBACHER & LAROSE
vs.
SOPHIE TRAINOR
ro. 18939, 16th Judicial District Court, Par
ish of St. Landry; La.
By virtue of a writ of Bteri facias is
uea out of the 16th Judicial District 4
ourt of Louisiana Jn and for the Parish of
t. Landry. in the above entitled and num
ered suit, andto me directed, I have seized
end will offer for sale, for cash, at public
uction, to the last and highest bidder,
t the store of the defendant at Bayou Cur
ent, La.. on
Saturday, March 21,1914,
Lt 2 o'clock p. m. the following described
iroperty, to-wit:
t lot tobacco. I lot groceries, 1 lot medi
Ine, 1$ pairs shoes, 1 lot dry goods and
Lotions, 1 lot glassware and crockery, 1 lot
inware, etc., I show case, 1 chsese case,
Stimpson scales, 1 keg cider, 3 side blades
tnd one handle, 5 gal. vinegar, 2 half rolls
caper and bags, 6 wash boards, I lamp, 1
ot matches.
Terms: Cash.
nar 7 t M. L. SWORDS, Sheriff.
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 666 will break 4
my case of Chills & Fever, Colds
k LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
,tter than Calomel and does not
tripe or sicken. Price 25c.
Do away . lth consti es n by using
LI*Et*I-I at hPute'a Drg Store. -
Sprains
**Thee. dctons sqIrt. igoodbe
luibago too,--ElonSs ent iby
9 rhewshum aseryi'm -it I' u4I
know." Do ryouu8au**1o
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t.dotor ti ]ept fo Caod ' _
apti ai n casd Iheomeu. .andue
Su was k h ibed with acatic ead.
the 'lutei, b. s .ti J Ti
Ftiee market. yefern eaM ago I aeLed ' ankle and hadto sc
the doctors said I wod aways be lame. A friend advisad meta
and after in It night eld morning frthre monl I conldair l I w .ithout l
an4dd run a d t eao as any of the other men B ý etlt . L,.'r7
witout s ttihuttle ince t. -ime , , ;..m
The Poples State, Bank
OF OPELOUSAS. LA.
CAPITAL STOCK $30,000.
S a c Bounts and ttime ifeatespul t .., o fp.st
David Roos, PreARLdent Samuel, Hs, 5VieP.TresO.in
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
David Roos t Samue Haas J: A. Hane-es :
Leon S. Haas Lawrence Lrcade
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