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The 1916 Six--1145
1WITH our produdion .-..r°'l "" * RASP the full signifi capacity increased to ,Iyca..f, . cance of its size as de 600 cars per day we are in 35 z4#.r-ach v.rmdn...&i.r noted by wheelbase, seating a position to offer the 1916 t2 - i ..n. r .;hi capacity, tires; of its gen "oiov- erous, efficient power Overland Six at the remark- erous, eficient power ably low pri equipment; of its superior ably low price of $1145. You will, we believe, find S tons of Model 86 ignition; of its every com ,uil --i"--d .... fort and convenience; of its that this car is considerably .g., beautiful lines. Then real under the market price of ° ..... . nde t-, at.pe"=.· ize that the Overland price other Sixes having, equal or -"a-- for these extremes of luxury similar specifications. Th. wE,..oi... c.,pany. To.4Oo, o, is only $1d145. Mladli a-GeIw er. I p rIme Tamine C. $l 4. aTelde ALs m[W-m re eYm o, ** Me " .4 4 LEON S. HAAS Agent for St. Landry and Evangeline Parishes Come in and see our line of Icy-Hot Goods HAVING THE UNIQUE FACULTY OF KEEPING HDT THINGS HOT, 24 HOURS, OR COLD THINGS CODL THREE DAYS. A REAL BOON TO HUMANITY AT A PRICE WHICH MAKES IT POPU LAR WITH THE MASSES. LET US SHOF YOU THIS POPULAR LINE. PRICE $1.50 and UP F. J. DIETLEIN i. THE LANDRY STREET JEWELER OPELOSAS : You write figures in col- 1 amns and theni you add them. Every business man -dc.' .:- That's why you have a vital : teret in the new (.nd S .t'racting p i.nk at t ii mean to you t6 cut this S,,-: .- .: a,:a o in addition, stop ....... e s and a chance of errors. r. . ,. stration is yours for the, L ._ asking. NIo obligation involved. Or, v : more about this ..: cl J elopment and its Sues fr ' new illustrated book - let, "Writing, Adding, Subtract !g. -' A: cn One Mach:ac" ": r-. .- Monarch Department ,, ., Remington Typewriter Co." (Incorporated) 835 Gravier St. LIST OF PETIT JURORS DRAWN to serve for the first week of crim inal court, .commencing Monday, March 13, 1916: 1. Jos. Bacon .......... Bellevue 2. Ben Andrus, Jr. .,.....Bellevue 3. Martin Bordelon .....Opelousas 4. D. H. Bernard ......Arnaudville 5. Jno. Burleigh ...........Waxia 6. Firmin Boudreau .....Bellevue 7. Allen Dezauche ......Opelousas 8. Geo. Dejean ..Plaquemine Point 9. Guy Jackson .....Washington 10. Jean Blanchard ....Arnaudville 11. Leonce Darby .....Arnaudville 12. H. D. Littell .........Opelousas 13. James Fox .......Grand Coteau 14 C. C. Dominique ......Opelousas 15. James Boudreau .......Lawtell 16. James Bellard ..........Mallet 17. Henry Bourdier .........Eunice 18. Jno. Devalcourt, Jr......Sunset 19. Avie Fuselier ...........Eunice 20. Octave Fruge ...........Eunice 21. Alcide St Cyr .......Opelousas 22. Azarias Stelly .........Frozard 23. Geo. Caillouet ......Port Barre 24. F. T. Boudreau ....Washington 25. Treville Boudreau .....Frozard 26. Jno. W. Bacon ......Dubuisson 27. J. B. Carson ........Opelousas 28. William Briggs ....Washington 29. Lionel Elmer .... Grand Coieau 30. Benj. Joubert ......Plaisance A TRUE COPY. A. J. T. LITTELL, Deputy Clerk of Court. LIST OF PETIT JURORS DRAWN to serve for the second week of criminal term of court, commenc ing Monday, March 20, 1916: 1. H. O. Lauman .......Opelousas 2. Laita Franchbois .....Bellevue 3. Ira C. Grayson ........Garland 4. Hammy Devilliers ...Notleyville 5. Louis Boudreau ........Sunset 6. J. V. Olivier ........ Frozard 7. P. T. Blacksher ......Opelousas 8. Emile Chevis .......Opelousas 9. Desire Miller .....near Eunice 10. R. L. Quirk ............. Begg ii. W. P. Walker .........Bellevue 12. Amos Bihm ..........LawtelI 13. Noah Carriere ..near Opelousas 14. W. H. Andrus .......Opelousas 15. Pete Sudduth ........Bellevue 16. J. E. Redditt . ......Opelousas 17. I. D. Larcade, Jr.....Opelousas 18. Jno. Burleigh ......Port Barre 19. E. M. Dupre ........Andrepont 20. Tom Foster ...........Morrow 21. Ojcar Roy ........Arnaudville 22. J. A. Wartelle .....Washington 23. Christoval Johnson .....Eunice 24. Telismar Richard near Leonville 25. J. A. Guidroz ......Arnaudville 26. R. W. Clark ..........Palmetto 27. O. P. Ledoux ..........Eunice 28 .Gabriel Lastrapes .... Leonville 29. P. C. Latiolais ..........Lawtell 30. Hypolite Miller .........Sunset A TRUE COPY. A. J. T. LITTELL, Deputy Clerk of Court. TAKEN UP by the undersigned at Arnaudville one dark brown bull about 3 years old. No brand. No ear mark. The said animal has been in the neighborhood over 12 months. The owner is hereby notified to come forward, prove property, pay costs and take same away or the said animal will be sold according to the police jury ordinance rela tive to strays. IL DARBY. --.--o- -. FOR RENT--Two arge rooma Mrs. W. A. anfto*. NOTICE OF TABLEAU ESTATE OF MARCELLITE DOU CET No. - , Probate Docket, 16th Ju dicial District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La. Whereas, Isidore Richard, Ad ministrator of the above numbered and entitled estate, has filed therein a final tableau of classification of the debts and distribution of the funds of said succession, accom panied by his petition, praying for the homologation of the same. And whereas, the prayer of said petition has been granted by an order of court bearing date .., '16. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to all parties interested to make apposition to said tableau, to file same in writing in my office, within the time required by law, why said tableau should not be ho mologated and confirmned. HENRY LASTRAPES, JR, . mar 4-3t Clerk of Court. NOTIE~ ",:o: NOTICE OF TABLEAU ESTATE OF MILTON S. GOINS No. 6714, Probate Docket, 16th Ju dicial District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La. Whereas, Edward C. Goins. ad ministrator of the above ndmbered and entitled estate, has filed therein a final tableau of classifidation of. the Cd ;: s and distribution of the funds of said succession, accom panied by his petition, praying for the homologation of the same. And whereas, the prayer of said petition has been granted by an order of court bearing date .., '16. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to all parties interested to make apposition to said tableau, to file same in writing in my office, 'within the time required by law, why said tableau should not be ho mologated and confirmed. HENRY LASTRAPES, JR., mar 4-3t Clerk of Court. R. D. VOORHIES, M. D. DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT AND REFRACTION OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA. SAIZAN BUILDING Wednesdays, 2:30 P. M. to 5 P. M. Saturdays, 2:30 P. M. to 5 P. M. FOR SALE.-At a sacrifice. 6 room dwelling, with modern improve ments; also furniture. Apply to Dr. J. B. Harvey, 456 South Main St., Opelousas. feb 12 it FOR A trained hurse, a Mas seur Graduate Mid-wife, write or phone Mrs. W. N. Davis, Phone No. 359, Residence No. 651 Vine Street, Opelousas, WANTED To buy Two -Hundred FHead of Cat tie. For Sale: One Hundred Tons of Lespedeza Mix Hay. CLOVER DALE STOCK FARM Broussard, La." Whbever You Need a Goueral Tloi Take rove's The Old Standard Grove's Tuasteless .hill rloic is equally valuable as a General Tonic becane it contains the wel knowam toaic propertiersofQUlNlN and IRCN. It acts on the Liver, Drives out YMaria, Enriches the Blood sad %ilds up tlb Whble system. o cents. FOR SALE CHEAP 1 About 15 H. P. Erie Stationary Engine. 1 French Bur Grits Mill as gtod as new. 1 Cotton Gin and Belt Driie Press in 4good condition. APPLY TO Gleo. Champagne PORT BARRE, LA. SHERIFF'S SALE A. A. CROUCHET, Testamentary Executor. Versus JACQUE AUZENNE No. 20,462, Civil Docket. Sixteen* Judicial District Court, Parish of St. Landry, La. By virtue of a writ of fieri faciasissued out of the Honorable Sixteenth Judi cial District Court, in and for the parish of St. Landry, in the above. entitled and numbered 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 Court House of St. Landry Parish, at Ope lousas, La., on SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 191i, at ii o'clock a. m., the following described property, to-wit: Twenty arpents of land with the buildings and improvements there on, situated on Bayou Teche, bounded north by Josephine Ball quet, soutr by Benoit Fournier, cast by Josephine and Elvira Four nier, and west by Benoit Fournler. Being the same property acquired by Jacques Auzenne from Mrs. Al phonsine Meuillon, Jan. 20th, 196, as per act of sale duly recoreed in Conveyance Book A No. 4 1-32 page 65, Clerk's office, tL. Landry. TERMS CASH: To pay and satisfy the sum of $840.00, with 8 per cent interest from Jan. 20th, 1911 and attorney's fees, debt with interest and casts unless the same is immediately paid. M. L. SWORDS. Sheriff. feb 12 6t SHERIFF'S SALE PEOPLES STATE BANKS Versus GEORGE W. THOMPSON No. 20,494, Civil Dicket, 16th Ju dicial District Court, Parish of St. Landry,- La. By virtug of a writ of seizure and sale, issued out of the Hon. 16th Judicial District Court, in and for the Parish of St. Landry, in the above entitled and numbered s6it. ina to me directed, I have seized, and will offer for sale for cash, at public auction, to the last and high est bidder, at the front door of the Courthouse at Opelousas, La, on SATURDAY, MARCH ' 18, 1916, at it o'clock a. m., the following described property, to-wit: A certain tract or parcel of land, situated in the Parish of St. Lan dry, State of Louisiana, and being Lot No. Ten, or the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast quarter of Shction Sixty-Four, Township Four, South Range Four East, con taining -Forty arid fourteen one hundredths (40.14) acres, in the Southwestern land District of Lou isiana. This land being a part rof the same land that L. E. Littell ac quired from J. G. Lawler on April 10, 190, as appears by act of sale recorded April 27th. 1909. in Con veyance Book "E" No. 4 1-2. page 139; and b6 which L. E. Li!tell sold an undivided one-hair to Rugh Ch.a.n 'rlin, as app.ars by a't of sale .. 1 April 29th, 1911ii, and re corded May 22nd, t1!t, in Convey ance Book "O" No. 4 ,page 648. TERMS CASH: To pay and satisfy the st'an of $390.00, with interest at .he rate of 8 per cent from Oct. 21, 19il, until paid, and 10 per cent as attorney's fees on both- amounts, an;l on a credit for $100.00, interes' at the rate of 8 per cent from ~Oct. 24, 1911, until paid this latter amount to be paid Dec. 5, 1916, and costs unless the same is immediatte ly paid. M. L. SWOiDS, Sheriff. feb 12 6t Seed Sweet POTATOES Yellow Yame Va riety - Bring Top Prices Geo. B. Cooke Opelousas, La. The Best That Money Can Buy, Quality Considered We make a specialty of handling S & S smoked bacons, cooked Dove hams, pickels, both in glass and bulk, best of American cheese and a full line of stapled and fancy groceries, wines, liquors and cigars. We make a specialty of buying your country produce. A share of your patornage is solicited. Estate Joseph Lassalle GOLDMAN LASSALLE, Mgr. LETS GET ACQUAINTED? We are the largest receiv ers of Eggs, Poultry and produce on consignment in New Orleans ship us every day and you will be paid every day. Write for prices that will put you in business. .....WE HANDLE FROOS ALSO...: H. GOODMAN & CO. 480 TO 414 POYDIAS ST. NEW Oll EANS, LA. The Peoples Stt B OF OPELOUSAS. LA. CAPITAL STOCK. $30,U0. WE PAY 3% per annum interest on Savings Ac. S counts and time certifcates of dep.sit OFFICES': David Rsos, President. Samuel Has,; Vice.-residen a Leon S. Haas, 2nd Vice-President. Lawrence Larcade, Cashier. N. M. Childs, Asa't Cahie , BOARD OF DIRECTORS: David Roos Samuel Haas J. A. Haas LeonS. Haas Lawrence Larcade JUST RECEIVED-.--, A Full Stock of : Window Shades, Cabinet and Base Mantels. --- See our stock before i Splacing your or . der. Prices right St. Landry Lunber Co.Ltd. K*' **.'",-t,,'ilrllli~iiitgII K ca s"+,ionT. A s p us K " K K Adverise in The C iI on'! _ K .