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TION AND THE REASONS ' ERE INAFTER MENTIONED, WE WILL ON AND AFTER JULY 1ST, 1i16, PAY 4 PER CENT ON ALL SAV INGS ACCOUNTS AND TIME CER TIFICATES OF DEPOSITS, COM POUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY REASONS WHICH PROMPTED US TO DO SO: THE FOLLOWING CITIES AND TOWNS SURROUNDING OPELOU SAS ARE PAYING 4 PER CENT: BUNKIE, MELVILLE, SUNSET, LAFAYETIE, CROWLEY, EUNtCE, VILLE PLATTE AND SHREVE PORT. ALL NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, AS WELL AS ALL SAVINGS AC COUNTS WE HAVE AT PRESENT WILL RECEIVE 4 PER CENT ON AND AFTER JULY 1ST, 1516. ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS MADE UP TO JULY 10TH WILL RE CEIVE INTEREST AS OF JULY THE 1ST. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRON AGE. The Planters National Bank Capital $50,000 U. S. Depoistory THE U. .. SDEPOSITS WITH US WHY /JOT YOU. XAMINATI'ON-' The largest users of typewriters have the privilege of buying that way. You have exactly the same opportunity when you buy the Remington Quality; Reuington Workeasbailp; R+mingtoa Garantee Produced purposely to supply the demand fora high-grade but low-priced writing machine for the home, the farm, the store, the office and the study. ;Send in the coupon, and we will mail the mhachine by parcel post. Use it for ten r' am Typewrritet Compian, days. Then-when 1, norport) you have found out 27 ew, Nw York. Send me e Reamington Jealor Type. how good it is, keep w, r~i ~g as t....to. e it and send us the u"d u I ma rt. the mcbine, Siflchome, lwithi ten days. If I decide payments specified in t o t~ ,,ae I to epay tor It in xo this coupon. ,,o, o . The Peoples State Bank OF OPELOUSAS. LA. CAPITAL STOCK $30,000. WE PAY /40 per annum interest on Savings Ac S counts and time certifeates of deposit OFFICERS: David Roos, President. Samuel Haas, Vice-President. Leon S. Haas, 2nd Vice-President. Lawrence Larcade, Cashier. N. M. Childs, Ass't Cashier. BOARD OF DIRECTOR.: David Roos Samuel Haas J. A.lims Leon S. Haas Lawrence LaQcade DR. J. A. SHAW "TIE Publi softe b hereby S * * given that application will be made DENTIST to the next session of the general assembly for a new charter for, the. i on Landry strt, City of Opelousas. E.L. Q Offie on Landry street, opposite may 6-6t Mayor. Postoffice Lot FOR SALE at a bargain good milch I am applying for a pardon. cow and bay horse. Apply at Clar SIDNEY THIBODEAU. ion office. july-i-tf .-: .I AN ORDINANCE Ordinance No. 2 of 1916 To ratify the purchase of an oil engin, parts and appurtenances for the Municipal Electric Light and Power Plant, to authorize the issu ance of a certificate of Indebtness to represent the purchase price and to designate and dedicate funds for the payment of the said Certificate. Whereas, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, after duly receiving and considering bids, have purchase for the City's Electric Light and Power Plant a new Mietz and Weiss oil engine of 150 horse power, vertical three cylinder type, with air com pressor, air starter and other parts and appurtenances, for an aggre gate price of $6250.00 payable on favorabe terms of credit and it is necessary to issue a certificate of indebtuess to represent the said purchase price, to fix the terms of payment thereof and to designate and dedicate the funds out of which the same shall be paid. Now Therefore, Be ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of. Opelousas, in regular session convened: Section One: That the purchase heretofore made by this Body of one new Meitz and Weiss oil engine of 150 horse power vertical three cylinder type with air compressor, air starter and other parts and ap purtenances as per specifications on file for use in the Municipal Ele ctrioc Light and Power Plant, at an aggregated price of $6250.00 payable on the terms hereinafter 'set forth in this ordance, from August Meitz or his succesor, be and is hereby ratified and confirmed. Section Two: .That the debt of $6250.00 be and the same is hereby incurred by said City for the pur chase aforesaid, said indebtness to be payable on the terms and condi tions hereinafter stated, and to be represented by a Certificate of In debtness drawn substantially in the form following to wit: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, CITY OF OPELOUSAS. CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTNESS. -OF THE CITY OF OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, LOUI SIANA. Known all men by these presents; That the Mayor and Board of Alder men of the City of Opelousas, State of Louisiana, acknowledge said City to be indebted and-hereby promises to pay to Bearer the .sum of Six Thousand, Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($6250.00), payable in Twenty Five(25) monthly installments of $250.00 each, on the twentieth (20) day of each successive month, com mencing on the 20th. day of July 1916 and ending on the twentieth day of July 1918, both inclusive, together with the interest thereon from June 20th. 1916 until paid at at the rate of Five . (5) per cent from date until paid, interest to be paid at the maturity of each month ly installment hereof on portion of the debt t'en matured and there after run only on the unpaid bal ance. Both principal and interest of this certificate are due and payable in the City of Opelousas, La., at the Office of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen thereof This Certificate issued to repre 'sept the purchase price of one new Mietz and Weiss oil engine of 150 horse power, vertical ,three cylin der type with air cbmpressor, air starter and other" parts and appur tenances, as per specifications on file in said office, for use and to be installed in the electric light and power plant in said city, and is se cured by vendor's lien and privi lege on said engine, parts and ap purtenances, and pledge of the rev enues of the said electric light and power plant to an amount sufficient to meet the payments herein pro vided for as they mature until the full and final payment 'and surren der of this certificate. It is hereby recited and certified that this certificate is issued in full conformity to the provisions of the Constitution and Statutes of the State of Louisiana in such cases made and provided and that all acts, conditions. and things required by said Constitution and Statutes as precedent to and necessary in issuing this Certificate has been regularly done and performed. In testimony whereof, .the said Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Opelousas, State of Lou isiana, have caused this Certificate to be signed by the Mayor and Clerk of said City and its Seal to be here to affixed on this 20th day of June, A. D, 1916. E. L. LEB, Mayor. H. U. CALLAHAN, Clerk. That the Mayor and Clerk be and they are hereby authorized and di rected to make and execute said Certificate, to affix the seal of the City thereto, and to deliver same to the vendor of the above described engine, parts and appurtenances to represent' the purchase price price thereof. Section Four: That all the rev enues to be earned by the electric light and power plant of this City fronm and after the passage-of this ordinance!, be and they are hereby pled~ efor the payment of said Ceitifleate in principal and inter-1 eat, andall funds received there fro* be and they are hereby des ignated and dedicated to said pay ment, to an amount sufiiclent , to meet the payments provided for in the above described certificate of indebtedness as they mature until the full and final payment and sur render of said certificate. Section Five: That for good and sufficient reasons this ordinance shall take effect from and after its promulgation, and that all resolu tions or ordinances of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of this City contrary to or in conflict with, this ordinance, be and the same are hereby repealed. Adopted, Opelousas, La., June 6th, 1916 . E. L. LOEB, Mayor. H. U. CALLAHAN, Clerk. All ORDINANCE Ordinance Number Three of 1916. To prohibit the running at large of dogs within the corporate limits of the City of Opelousas, La., un less equipped with a muzzle; de fining what shall constitute a suf ficient muzzle within the intend ment of this ordinance, and author izing the killing of such unmuz zled dogs by the police officers of this city. Section One: Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Opelousas, La, That it shall be. unlawful for dogs to run at large within the corporate limits of the City of Opelousas, La., unless such animals are properly muzzled as provided for in this or dinance. Section Two: Be it further or dained, etc., That no dog shall be deemed to be sufficiently muzzled within the intendment of this or dinance unless the muzzle shall be of such form or strength, and so attached and fastened to the head of such animal, as will effectively prevent any such animal from bit ing. z Section Three: Be it further or dained, etc, That it is hereby made the duty of the Police "officers of this city to kill any or all dogs found running at large within the corporate limits, that ark not equipped with the proper muzzles as provided for in Section 2 of this ordinance. Section Four: Be it further or dained, etc., That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith, be and the same are here by repealed. Section Five: Be it further or dained, etc, That for good and suf ficient reasons this ordinance shall take effect from and after its first publication in the official journal of the City. The above ordinance after hav ing been read section by section and adopted in a like manner, was adopted as a whole by the follow ing vote: Yeas: Gosselin, Fields, Stelly and Hollier. Nays: Danel. Adopted June 6th, 1916. E. L. LOEB, Mayor. H. U. CALLAHAN, Clerk. FOR SALE-At a bargain. The best located Modern Ginnery in St. Lan dry on R. R. D. near depot, consist ing of four Gin Stands, with plenty Boiler power, Press, Condenser and everything in complete running or der. Also One large Building built for an Ice Plant, and two Deep Wells, with inexhaustible supply of Water. For particulars apply to J. W. BAILEY, SR., Washington, La. may 6-4t NOTICE-This is to inform my friends and the public generally that from and after June 1st, 1916, I expect to engage in the General Insurance business for my indi vidual account, with office gt No. 143 Main St. My brother, Mr. Leo Lai'cade, will be found at the office at all times, and I promise my per sonal supervision to all business en trusted to me. H. D. LARCADE, Jr. June 10 LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN, a sorrel mare, on Tuesday, May 23rd. Size,. 15 hands, weight, about 800 lbs. 8 or 9 years old. Lame in one of hind hips. Reward for retutn to Remy Wallior, Opelousas, La. Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVa'S T!ASTELESS chill TONICi drives out Malaranrbes theblood.and bildsapthes p te. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION-Notice is hereby given that the partner ship conducted under the style of Larcade & Litton; heretofore en gaged in the insurance business has expired by limitation, and was dis solved on May 31, 1916. .H.D. LARCADE, Jr. WANTED-AN energetic active man to establish permanent business. Whole or part time. Health and Accident Insurance. Immediate cash returns and future. Address National Casulty Co, Detroit, Mich. TAKEN UP One red muley cow and one red yearling bull calf. No marks or brand. Taken up by me and in pasture west of Opelousas. Owner will please come . forward, prove property, pay c'osts and take same away. I. L, PRESSBURG.. susc TO THE CLARION SUBSCRIBE TO THE CLARION - i 11t ! I i I t , I ! !" i . ,., on aShouldn't Cookf .. athe Cook --Getting dinner ready :*--. in July is just as com - fortable as in Novem -* ber-if you use a SFLORENCE OIL *-_=- COOK STOVE. , ,ir , oi ,.,w m, e...N kitchen. It does your Oil Coo Stov.es work well and reliably, %Mo the . S- and keeps you corn- - fortable. It requires less watching sad regulating than a coal stove. You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hot *1 or merely simmering flame. Come in and let us show you how these Florence Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable. SNo Wicks to burn out. No Valves to leak. Once »N started, each burner will. keep going at the .a.e Spower until you turn it out. ."." PERFECTLY SAFE Refrigerators, Coolers, Ice Cream .r Freezers, Electric Fans. Agents for Fairbank-Morse :: Engines ESTATE an. ... OPELOUSAS STo Better Bn. Sa nd than our double daily service to and fift. . J. TIOTTON - TiOKUT AON I....i ouus I....NC~O~ I... -N~ C~ SOPE. ~LOUSiAS;iUoH* S.. S...epesn-rc~ NE REASAD OSO T w om Trizi Df etn so i1ho he lVe G lfrAtmtcStvswrr Coa stml n dinele F. .5. TILLOTs@ -o -ur -~ TIKE AGENT ea.OneI ICED TEA BAD FOR KIDNNEYS. Many authorities agree that tea is Dad for the kidneys, but it is a recognized fact that the Indians brewed teas from roots and herbs, which when drunk hot were very beneficial. A tea of this kind which is a wonderful medicine is Ge-Rar-Dy Tea, which eliminates the poisons from the blood, liver and kidneys. It is so inexpensive. only 10 cents a package at Shute's Drug Store and all other druggists, -that most every home has it. The Phil. P. Cresap Co, Ltd, of New Orleans, La, will send a free sam ple. 4-1i-y. FOR SALE-About 900 acres of land between Port Barre and Leon ville. Good house. Partly Culti vated. Address 1228 Race Street. New Orleans. iune-17-4t NOTICE VF TRESPASA Notice is 'ereby given to the pub lic that hunting or trespassing on my farm' south of Opelousas, La. is positively forbidden, and viola tion will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. A. GIRON. .june 10-6t FORETHOUGHT People are le~ ir,g that a' little forethought" often saves tihes a big expense. Here is an inutarnce: E. W. Archer, Caldwell, Ohi , writes: "I do not believe that ot.r tanily has been without Chamberittin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rent edy since we commenced keeping house years ago. When we go on an extended visit we take it with us." Obtainable everywhere. adv BOWEL COMPLAWIN' IN INDIA In a lecture at one of the Des Moines, Iowa, churches, a mission ary from India told of going into the interior of India, where he was taken sick, that he had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with him "and believed that it saved his life. This remedy is used successfully in In dia both as a preventive and cure for cholera. You may know from this that it can be depended upon for the milder fornq of bowel com plaint shat occur in this country. ObtainsJble everywhere. adv -- :o:----- STOMACH TROUBLES AND CON STIPATION "I will cheerfully say that Cham berlain's Tablets are the most sat isfactory remedy for stomach troubles and constipation that I have sold in thirty-four years' drug store service," writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wellsburg N. V. Obtainable everywhere. adv TO THE PUBLIC "I have been using Chamber lain's Tablets for ndigestion, for the past six months, -and t afords me pleasure to say I .have never used a remedy that did me so much good."--Mr& . . E. Riley, I lion, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets are ob tainable everywhere: adv june 17 -- -: 0: - National preparedness is a great thing. But the Clarion is the great esat advertising medium in South west Louisiana. Start now. by ad vertising your fall goods. JERSEY BULL 1I03 tered Jersey Bull, five years olpd individual. Bull can be s;een Joseph Bordelon's residenl e i.. Opelousas. Pedigree at my . Apply to E. B. DUBTISSON, Op 4 lousas, La. June-1#4i NOTICE is hereby given that I w4it apply to the Mayor and Board t o Aldermen of the town of Port for a license or permit to Opet saloon for colored people, for:t . year 196, at Port Barre in building known as the John e. Blanc building. LEON PTfRI June 3-6t :0: Don't Get Wet Scarry at .mmd foad of water and aoý;ild Tower'aishfit Refli.s Easy ttng stop eveay r at t frou ' Proessdor5 #a Armand Andrus of (arenero w.s the guest of his brother, A. L. An drus, Bt. Landry's ssoe' 4E , on , Monday. .