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_"RA M E\S or0 TH OO 4S1ITU ION OvTHu US.A.' m A3 Alexander Hamihton herofAuxencanCie [EL WEBSTER says of Hamiatoi' He smote the rock of National resouroes and abundant stramain revnue gushed forth; he touched the dead corpse of public credit and it sprung upon its feet: bo man did more to build the Coiis t'ion of the UVzitid Stags than did Hamilton. He tooka amt t" every debate. d t'orkedindefatiabl on all the imunportant cividees. His nius d ."dali and f daring foresight are indehb ystamped upone danse o ourNational LhelawudrMYwhichAzneicaM alanb I, ligiC o inerasl an4 Persal L1 zflanDwrcio s litime he isd s grat jtiR&npE troicoiirag a Jiprogt eandp ezrg mnd&say Among aU the Fatrs of de RePpuic ralnw betudi anhe 5prgt idiehcc +e >n eid lýto beerall his cays. a luiovvof nos dared d t~~L m t iured h~i Yan dwlder we of e w Ufidviaicham:Ttoni did so m f ke1 [d Fe fAnbeBu+ tisdi y8yesago h ed eWfir oiftiartit a: Duriqgth yeazs Ord ha tbm.d 75laS.'Co 7r S people areqMY t iu* 0 deio tam 6*pk is isnd.M*%PMdke brand BUD IE IS .bme d use wIa tyiwP i dneks and aclyi i flm w a sk de any wrk b l el ct im wSd&os = =waUn* ;v.da mp or *OIEU t R ýISgU l fr ·iS $ZIDSli1S A.ý -O ObpQR-as Np aRI, Ardoin & Sandoz, Distributors Opelousas, La. ISM Mo ti6 POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS (Continued frob page 5.) M. Stelly, et als., road work, 3 ward. ........... 21.25 FejiL Richard, hauling lurn ber, 3 ward.............:. 2.50 C. W. Kroth, obtaining data for 1st R. Dist., 4 J. J. wd 10.00 H. E, Broussard, lumber, 4 wd 8.50 A. Fogleman, road work and baiahng iumber, 4 ward.. 54.37. K. T. Catlett, cash paid for cutting limbs from road way, 4 ward........... .00. W. T. Smitui, road worx, 4 wd 50.00 Cleophas Soileau, road . and bridge wark, 5 ward...... 12.85 Anderson Soileau, hauling lumber and building b idges, 5 ward........... 7.15 J. B. schmit, 19 days work on grader, April, 1915, 5 wd 59.00 S. Labe, gead work, 6 ward 5.25 Z. T. Cary, road work, 6 wd 4.00 P. "Cormier, roa dwork, 6 wd 2.60 J. °B, Hidalgo, road work, 6 ward ................ 516.00 O nmotion of Mr. Dailey, Tfe committee on claims re so ed itself into regular session of Po lice Jury. Mr. Dimmick in the Chair. The committee on claims re po ted through Chairman Walters thtt they had examined the claims as -above detailed and found same correct. On motion of Mr. Dailey, The report of committee was ac cepted and committee discharged. ()i motion of Mr. Walters, The reading of the minutes was' dispensed with and stand approved. On motion of Mr. St. Cyr, The Police Jury adjourned until the first Monday in June, being the seventh dj3 of said month and at whloh time the Police Jury will sit as a Board of Reviewers of As- i ses ments. RANK DIMMICK. President. Attiie: J. J. HEALEY. Clerk. Notice of Administration. No. 5986. SUCCESSION OF ALEXANDRE LE MELLE. To Whom It May Concern: Notic is hereby given that Ra phael Lemelle has applied to be ap pointed administrator of the suo cession of Alexandre Lemelle, de ceased. That he has appraised the claim against the United States Govern tment as follows: A claim due the deceased by the United States Gov ernment, for property taken during the Civil War, (1861-1865), aggre gating according to a recent war claim bill, the sum of $.N "^ Now, notice is hereby given to a!' persons interested, to show cause why said application should not be granted, and the description and valuation should not be approved and homologated. HENRY LASTI#APES, JR., Clerk of Court. Opelousas, La, May 1st, 1915. may 1-3t iOTICE--Hunting or tresspassing on my place at Palmetto, La., known as the Alcott Plantation, is strictly prhbibited. Any violation of this H notice will be prosecuted to the F fullest extent of the law. 1 S10-3t WILLIAM FITZMAURICE. O] Has ree medieinal properties that, 1 soothe the skin-even the ten- 4 desrest es n of theyoungest baby .ý 1.t FOE PRICKLY NEAT. ON FIle and SIUAIURN. 7 bi.sunumld:ed flyalrsuiitdonfro " meequIto bits; refrsehing afte that bath; Samtlershavlng. Tru awoa.r dmfri alsmsiQ e 1wder. DtI u(stuecmred by SLP. .UW IsC..W L,ew kems. is. l. For Sale By H5UTE'S DRUGSTORE On motion of Mr. Lyman the fol J lowing resolution was adopted: "5 Whereas, a special school tax 0 election in he Eunice Schobl Dis o trict of the 6th Police Jury Ward of the Parish of St. Landry, La., on o the 20th day of April, 1915, levying a special school tax of four mills on the dollar, for the period of ten f years, beginning with and including the year 1915, on all the property in said school district subject to - state taxation; s Therefore, Be it resolved by the s Parish Board of School Directors of e the Parish of St. Landry, La., that a special school tax of four mills -n the dollar on all property sub - ject to state taxation in the Eunice School District of the 6th Police S ,'-1 t ,f the Parish of St. s f rdrv. 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