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T 1n F. F. D.UFY Co., Lii.
i. AlA.ON.Y. HAIuaLT ON''. ;
SHOE POLISHES 7
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J. A. Haas, President. L T. Castille, Cashier.
J. J. Thompson, Vice-Pres't. Leopold Simon, Ass't Cashier
H. D. Larcade. Jr. Ass't Cash. A. A. Anding, Ass't Cashier
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St. Landry State Bank
of Opelousas, La.
INVITES YOUR ACCOUNT,
Unexcelled facilities for the
handling of your business.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Profits . . $244,333.90.
3 3%--Paid on Time Certificates of Dposf-3 %
L. Laas, JsiL l1. r oacleslftu
i J. Thompsoa, Samuel Blas, ch F. Bagl.
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A RUMELY -OLDS Engine is just as
handy around the house and the milk
room as it is in the barn and work shop. It
will save lots of energy spent in running the churn.
It gives just the right speed and the power is steady.
It can be used to run lots of other machines around the house such as,
cream separators, washing machines, etc. It is a woman's friend--easy
to operate and simple in construction.
Come in and see it-see it run. If you can't get down our way ask
ypr frieds about it, they all know the Rumely-Olds and know what it
will do. If you prefer, we'll cll on you at senod
y ou a catalog describing them all
We're Ahere to serve you;
. Agive us the chace.
F. L. SANDOZ, Opelousas. La.
Cut doon your lead--Get your ldrd
with the center of the load
p making of shbohells, thser=**a* forward step
It' a Recmzingto special Invention-that steel ring.
You (nd it in Remingtus.UMC Ane and Nfl. Qnak
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They put the center of the load righton your bird.
shoneR c~b~ldaC Anomed Mtrooab Steel Iumd Emeles
Ymrg powdagesa aba h. oboma de ame'
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Are the searing effects of ho
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there's no need for worry fo
will counteract their action an.
enable you to keep your com
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ever-and, it is besides a dainty
exquisite toilet requisite tha
helps 4onsiderably to make the
poor coplexion a good one. Tr3
it. 25and 50c.
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You can buy shoes foi $r.5o
or a suit for $7.59; but does
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thlat is not only cheap in
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We'll prove this today
itf you say C.
BODEMU LER, The Prieter
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Philadelphia, Pa. Ist. Louis, Mo.
o A special c meeeting of the
N t Stockholders of the St. Lan
dry Town Site and Develop
ment Co. Ltd. will be held at the office
of Littell and Lawler on Thursday July
9, 1914, at eleven o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of voting on a proposition to
liquidate the affairs of the said Company
and to appoint Liquidators, in accor
dance with the charter, and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
J. G. LAWLER, President.
J. J. PERRODIN, Seeretary. junel3-4t
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVZ BROMO Quinine. It stopethe
Couh and Headache and works off the Cold.
Drugists refund money if it fails to cre.
E. w. GROV'S sigature on each bog. ac.
- Splendid residence, in
rfr 3 ale heart of residential dis
trict, only four blocks
from the courthouse, with four bed
rooms, large hall, dining room, bath
room, kitche'n, pantry and three galler
ies. The lot is large, high an dry,
with a fine barn in the back. This
valuable piece of property wil sell for
14,500; partly cash, rest on easy terms. I
SFor particulars apply to the Editor of
ithe Clarion. june 6 4t
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troubles resulting from a disordered 1
Liver. Pleasant take and perfectly I
hharnmies, at Shute's Drugstore.
No. 6 of 1914
SPECIAL ASSMSSMENT ORDINANCE
To levy a special assessment on the
property abutting Market street from
from Landry street to Bellevue street,
of the City of Opelousas, La., for the
purpose of defraying the cost of con
struction of Creosoted Wood Block
Pavement on said street, under con
tract by the Mgyor of the City of Ope
lousas, Louisiana, with H. T. Clark,
Contractor, of date May 12, 1914, and to
prorate the cost of construction of said
Creosoted Wood Block Pavement be
tween the abutting property owners in
the proportion owned by them, and to
provide the manner of enforcing pay
ment of said special assessment, and
, authorizing the Mayor of the said City
r of Opelousas, Louisiana, to issue cer
tificates of indebtedness covering the
deferred payments due by the respec
tive property owners on account of the
construction of said pavements.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the
Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the
City of Opelousas, Louisiana, in spe
t cial session convened, that a special as
e sessment be and the same is hereby
levied upon the following .described
property in a manner set forth after
the description of each separate piece
of property, for the purpose of defray
ing the cost of construction of Creo
soted Wood Block Pavements abutting
said property under Contract entered
into by the Mayor of the City of Ope
lousas, Louisiana, with 'H. T. Clark,
Contractor, on the 12th day of May.
PARISH OF ST. LANDRY-342.2
feet front on the east side of Market
street and bounded as follows: North
by Bellevue street, south by Landry
street, east by Court street, west by
'p .s~freet, the sum of one thousand
and i rty-two and ten hundredth
AARON JACOBS-171.1 feet front on
the west side of Market street and
bounded as follows: North by Bellevue
street, south by Estilette, east by Mar.
ket street. west by Bayou Tason, the
sum of five hundred and twenty-one
and five hundredths ($521.05) dollars.
E. D. ESTILETTE-52.6 feet front on I
the west side of Market street and
bounded as follows: North by Jacobs, a
south by Risemen, east by Market a
street, west by Bayou Tesson, the sum I
of one hundred and sixty and eighteen t
hundredths ($160.18) dollars. e
BEN RISEMAN-118.5 feet front on a
the west side of Market street and d
bounded as follows: North by Estilette, P
south by Landry street, east by Market
street, west by Landau, the sum of
three hundred and sixty and eighty- 1
seven hundredths (*300.87) dollars. o
Section 2. Be it further ordained, a
etc., That twenty (20 percent) percent
of the amount herein above assessed
against each property owner as above
set forth shall be paid in cash within a
ten (10) days from this date, and the a
balance shall be payable in five (5) n
equal annual installments, bearing in
terest at the rate of eight (8 percent)
percent, per annum, interest payable a
annually, from the date of acceptance
of said work, together with ten (10 per
cent) percent additional, on amount of
principal, matured, and interest un
paid, if sued upon; provided, however,
that any property owner desiring to
pay the entire assessment in cash, or
any portion thereof before maturity,
shall have the privilege of so doing. y
Section 3. Be it further ordained, a
etc., That in default of payment on the n
part of the said property owners or
owner of the assessment herein levied -
against them, or any part thereof, the I
City Attorney shall immediately pro-(
ceed by suit, in the name of this muni- .
cipality to enforce payment in the man- I tl
ner provided by section four (4) of Act 14f
Number 241 of the General Assembly n
of the State of Louisiana for the year
Section 4. Be it further ordained,
etc., That the Clerk of the Board of Al
dermen of the Cityof Opelousas, Louis
iana, be and he is directed to cause the
above assessment and this Ordinance
recorded in the Mortgage records of
the recorder of the Parish of St. Lan
Section 5. Be it further ordained,
etc,, That the Mayor of this City be and
he is hereby authorized to issue in the
name of the City of Opelousas, Louis
iana, Five (5) certificates of indebted-i
ness, covering the deferred payments
on each of the above assessments, due
on account of said Creosoted Wood
Block Pavement construction, such cer
tificates to be in the sum of sixteen
(16 percent) percent of the total assess
ment againt the respective property
owners hereinabove set forth, bearing
interest at the rate of eight (8 percent)
percent per annum from date until
paid, said interest being payable annu
ally, dated on the day this ordinance is
adopted, and payment of the same se
cured by special assessment herein
levied, the funds from ,which shall be
available solely for the purpose of
meeting said certificates at maturity, in
principal and for no other purpose.
Section 6. Be it further ordained,
etc., That the Certificates of Indebted
ness herein authorized and provided
for shall have annexed to them, cou
pons for interest, in the usual form,
and these Conpons shall be redeemed
and paid upon presentation to the
treasurer of the City of Opelousas, Lou
isiana, on or after the date they respe'
tively become due.
The form of the Certificates of Indebt
edness herein provided for, and author
ized shall be substantially as follows,to
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
CITY OF OPELOUSAS.
CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS
FOR ......... ....... PAVEMENT.
Opelousas, La:.... ........ 91.
This ig to certify that the cityof Opel
ousas, Louisianxa, is indebted to -
......*....., Contractor, in the sum of.........
...................... dollars together with eight
(8)percent interest, minterest payabh
E annually, from the date hereof until
paid, togetherwith ten (10) per cent
additional, on amount of principal and
e interest unpaid if sued upon, payable to
n the order of said ...........................
t, years from this date, out of the funds
e derived from the special assessment,
-. levied by the said Board of Aldermen
k of the city of Opelousas, La. of date
..........................191.., against the follow
- ing described property owners, to-wit:
............. .............._ . ......... ................
d ...............I...................................... on account
of said Creosoted Wood Block Pave
r ment Construction abuttin said prop
o erty, the entire proceeds ofrwhich said
special assessments are dedicated tothe
i payment of this certificate and interest
and the other four certificates and in
terest of this series, together with attor
e ney's fees fixed at ten (10) per cent on
- amount of principal and interest re
' maining unpaid if sued, and being
one fifth part of balance due the said
soted Wood Block Pavement Construec
tion, as per his contract with the city of
Opelousas, La., of date ................. 191_,
and of record m the office of the Clerk
of the Court of the parish of St. Landry
The interest to acrue on this certifi
cate from date until maturity hereof,
beingrepresented by coupons hereto
attache- which, with the amount of
this certificate are to be paid to the
holder at maturity by cash warrant of
the Mayor, upon surrender thereof, out
of the funds which have been especial.
ly appropriated therefor by ordinance
of the Board of Aldermen of the city of
Opelousas, La., adopted on the ..............
day of ............. _.., A. D. 191 ....
....................................... , M ayor.
Section Be it further ordained
etc., That the Mayor be and he is here
by authorized to have placed on the
back of these certificates the following
form of indorsement to be used, if so
desired, by the Contractor, to-wit;
This certificate, and so much of the
contract price, named in the contract
between the city of Opelousas, La., and
................... Contractor for the
construction of Creosoted Wood Block
Pavement in the city of Opelousas, La.,
under contract date ........... ......_.. ,
as is represented by this certifkiat, is
assigned to the holder hereof, and such
holder is hereby subrogated to all rights
to receive the amount named in this
certificate, and issubrogatedto each
and every right existing under the or
dinance and the contract to enforce
payment of same.
....... .......... ........ Contractor.
Section 8. Be it further ordained etc.
That for good and sufficient cause this
ordinance shall take effect from and
after its adoption.
E. L. LOEB, Mayor.
Attest: J. B. A. STAGG City Clerk. 4
On motion duly seconded and carried
ab6ve ordinance afterhaving been read 4
section by section and adopted in like
manner, was adopted as a whole by the
Yeas: osselin, Fields, Hays, Stelly
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--but they are run-down, thin, nerv.
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SHUTE'S BIUSiSTOi.E, Oplssas, La.
UV-VERLAXI tones up the system, stimu
lates the Liver to work in harmony
with the other organs, at Shute's Drug
BEST ANI CIEAPEST.
Vor Constipation, Biliousness, Headt
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O *. TO TAXPAYERS.-The
C iiili- listing of assessments for
Sthe year 1914 is now com
pleted and the public is hereby noti
fied to come and make proper correc
tions within 20 days from publication
of this notice as prescribed by law.
D. M. FONTENOT,
may 9 4t Parish Assessor.
cus N stw, Sler m UL W't e.
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are cured by the wonderftl, old reliable Dr.
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Painm an ssatsatte ameti. ie. 5sc.scuL00O
LOST.--Child's gold bracelet
with name "Juliet." Reward
will be given for its return at
this office or Adolphe Jacobs.
may 23 tf
NOTCErº- am appIp for a r
About forty years ago the best ship in
the British Navy sailed from England on
a strange errand. Upon it was the body
of an American Citizen. The coffin was
draped with the Stars and Stripes and the
Royal British Ensign. Before sailing, the
body was honored with services at West
minster Abbey. This was the first time
in the history of England that the tomb
of England's Kings and Queens was
opened to a private citizen of any foreign
country. A fleet from the United States
Navy met the British ship and escorted it
to the American shores. Such was the
last home-coming of the man who, at the
age of eleven years, was forced to malte
his own living.
Geo. Peabody was born of poor parents
and at the age of 11 years went to work
in a grocery store. At the age of 19 he
became a partner in a general mercantile
concern, and by careful saving and hard
work he was subsequently able to start a
banking business in London for handling
American money abroad.
His faculty for overcoming obstacles
was remarkable, and his determined ef
forts were always successful.
He was one of America's noblest bust
nesa men and his philanthropies reached
all over the world. His favorite maxim
was: "Do unto others as you would have
them do unto you."
3 Paid on Time Certificates of
Paid on Savings accounts
$1.00 Starts an account
A. MORESI, President. YARD and OPFFCE
L. H. MoNINVEG, vice-Pre.
A. C. SKILs, Tress. a agr. .. L ll a
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Flooring Ceiling, Siding Finish, Dimen
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Builders Hardware, Brick, Lime, Sand, Cement
Luca Paints and
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BOARD of DIRECTORS:
A. C. s;ies, J. P. 8sant, .Ultfsi tm . A. 1 orsT, Yves Aadrepoat.
L. L. lelean. L. U. Morantaveg.
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IThe Peoples State Ban
OF OPELOUSAS. LA.
CAPITAL STOCK $30,000.
2 Q/ per annum interest on Savings Ac
p counts and time certifeates of deposit
David Roos, President. Samuel Haas, Vice-President.
Leon G. Haas, 2nd Vice-President.
Lawrence Larcade, Cashier.
N. M. Childs, Ass't Cashier.. :
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
David Roos Samuel Haas J. A. HBas
Leon S. Hans Lawrence Larcade
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The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is
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