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TIE CLARlON CO., LTD., PROPS. aetrefd at the Post omce at opeloueai, La.. a: second-class matter. FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce the candidacy of L. LAZARO for Congress, Seventh District, sub jeot to the action of the Democratic Primary. ROOSEVELT Whatever may be said of ex president Roosevelt it cannot be de nied that he is the luckiest mortal on earth and that his luck is de pondent on a shrewd insight into -human nature; it is a faculty he possesses in common with the late P. T. Barnum, Sangrado, Laws of the Mississippi Bubble, and the army of successful gamblers in Wall Street and behind the rou lette tables and the long green. In Cuba, any other man would have been courtmartialed for in subordination; he was elected presi dent In 1912 he played the role of Judas Iscariot in the tragedy of the o. 0. P. while how he it the "Fidus :Ahates" of Hughes and would be bissecretary of state if there was any remote possibility of the gen Sfsan, who dragged the judicial ramine of the highest court in bristendom in the dust, being ele.ted, *I the late convention of the de funct Bull Moose party Roosevelt as the unanimous choice and se tst- standard bearer with John . `..Parker as first lieutenant, the as loyel a friend and gallant 1tsen as ever stood in the van of a forlorn hope; with a ruthlessness that surpasses 1 f be left his friend Parker and e thousands of loyal progressives and dry and has trimmed his ae t4 the republican breezes and 'au now rallied to the support of a wan, although his former chief de U etor; worse, a hyphen, who is yag to the German galleries; e is one thing more than an >4Oelr that Roosevelt prides him on it is his clean cut Amern asm and his detestation of by mates, but the dbg has returned vi, his vomit and salves his elastic toaience by a private under that Hughes' byphenism 'for political 'effect and that at t he is sound in his Ameri >No one doubts that if Hughes e president he would not dare, into the hands of the Kaiser, r if he did so, and no man would tries with a nerve to put a quietus -'Whm the glorious womanhood of erica would furnish a Charlotte -7't he danger lies in the effect the eetion of Hughes would pmiduce IUrope and in the future ih this '4utry, where it is shown s that iga influences can determine course of a presidential elec i. If ever there was a time in erican history where it is ob ry to set the seal of disap . Ival and condemn'ation on med g foreign interference in our iotes it is now. Every patriotic ;merican regardless of party af Elbatlon should suppore Wilson, on :sc:ount of the foreign enemies he b4t made. ..even the pachydermatous hide of Rhosevelt must have been pierced b ' the cold-bloocld selfish treach ry to the men who had been so =; a to him; adverse criticism ap red througimiout. the length and "d breadch of the land to which ae wAs extremely sensitive. As an aff-ant to thes", this monumental fopt flush eir in order to create a press diversion, in his favor, and keep his inme before thee public, Soffers a division fully equipped and ''armed to the smallest detail, but makes thie terms of this pound of flesh,-Roosevelt to be major gen. .eraI, a man without military ex gleriencee temperamentally disquall 'fld to subject himself to military Itsipline, nay worse, judging his tuture record by the past in Cuba be would subvert, the discipline of the army in Mexico in a desperate effort to re-establish himself as a national hero and some convenient "1'4al Street Platt would not be wating to give his the requisite nesaper boost and the columns 'theb yellow journals would be baoed wiith a "hero of Chapulte-1 '~.je" as apocryphal as the "hero of B San Juan" as it Is a notorious fact 14that the hero of San Juan was not .&f San Juan during the fight and 'yiewed Kent's division as it march 2 a up and captured the fort from ettle Hill, a half ntile distant. It is to be hoped the commander <-hief will refuse the offer of tho 'y division as long as it is cou with the calamity of Rosevelt *Jr general. .....---:o :--- MlATION TO THME PUBLIC I seems to be some con ~egrding the assessor's of are under the inmpres MMT.A. L. Andrus, asses Sjne to see regard 2 'i* the roll r the colleo Lion of taxes. For their informa Lion, we wish to make it clear that Mr. D. M. Fontenot is still the assessor, and Mr. Andrus has noth ing to do with that roll, as he only takes his office in January, 1917. Until that time all parties wishing to correct their assessments or otherwise wishing to see the as sessor regarding their -assessments will have to see Mr. Fontenot as 'he has full charge of the assessor's office until Mr. Andrus receives his commission and qualifies for his duties. --:0o: Following my warning in t 'e last "talk" about having too receptice an ear for your friends' well in tended prophesies, I may add the suggestion that you take all cheap advice on motion picture affairs "with a pinch of salt." It is astonishing to note she num ber of people who would seem to know more about motion pictures than about the particular line of business for which they are sup posed to be qualified. It would al most appear t'hat the more real ex perience one has in pictures, the less he or she knows about them. I am acquainted with one girl-she occasionally dresses my hair-who would willingly tell you more in fifteen minutes about motion pic tures than I shall be ahle to im part in this entire series of "talks." And the surprising part of it is that she can dispense 'her informa tion with so small an expenditure of thought. I have met a great many others exactly like her. It is well that the "screen struck girl" realizes that there is a fright ful amount of misconception con cerning motion picture acti g, and that it is trying hard to pas mus ter as real information. It may be had for the asking-yes, too often without the asking. There are people who will as sure you-as they have assured me -that motion picture directors everywhere spend a good part of their time tearing their hair be cause they cannot find enough actresses to fill their casts. This is altogether ridiculbus. True, there is, and always will be room at the. top for real ability coupled with ambition and a willingness to work and learn; but never for a minute, you girl who would succeed, figure on finding a place in pictures through the supposition that a dearth of talent in the profession will allow you to "squeeze" in. At the studio where I work there are two big draws filled with applica tions on file, and a great many of the girls whose names are listed there will never "squeeze" in. .0:-- - - - YOU CAN AFFORD IT. FACTS AND FIGURES ON YOUNG PEOPLES' EARNING ABILITY From $100 to $150 pays for a complete life scholarship, includ ing books and board, in Bookkeep ing, Shorthand, } Telegraphy or Business Adminis ation and Fi nance in our scgho I. When one or more of these co rses is finished, we will place the graduate in a po sition where his first two or three months salary will reimburse him for all necessary tuition and board paid for the course. The graduate seeing that, he can now earn $3.00 where before* he could earn but $1.00 will soon admit that if he had had to borrow every cent of the money to pay board and tuition, that it was t'he best investment he ever made. Traffic is usually heavy on northern roads, which means additional help in alld partments. The Union Pacific Railroad is urging young men to learn Telegraphy. They call on us for from 12 to 20 men every few months, which we are unable to till ewing to the great. demand for help on tMs* southern roa'ds. En i-oil now for a course of Telegraphy and lhilp us supply the demand for operators and clerks next fall. With t he famous Byrne Simpli fied Shortharnl and Practical Book keeping. and our practical way of teaching T'elegraphy and Railroad I Station Work, we give the student a more thorough training, in half the time and half the usual cost of a course in other schools Leach- ' ing other systems. This is con clusively proven by the indorse ments in our catalogue from those who have attended other schools and studied other systems. We conclusively prove every statementI we make, and that is why we 'have the largest business training school in America. Our catalogue is free for the asking, and t will give any parent, or young person ,just the' information they desire in helping them to make up their mind as to the school to patronize, the course o take, the cost, and t'he increased earning capacity. Fill in name, address and course interested in, and mail to Tyler' Commercial College, Tyler, Texas. Name ......................... Address ..................... Course......................... FOR SALE 9 heads of mules, I fine family 'horse, I first class 4 year old horse, I road grader, in perfect con dition, 0 scoops, I lot heavy single I and double trees. For paiticulars' apply to JNO. HIDALGO, 1 Opelousas, La. Continued from firstpage shall be elected at said Primary election two members from each parish, and three members at large, which shall constitute the new committee for the Seventh Con gressional District. Be it resolved that each candi date offering, for the nomination, for member of the Congressional committee, shall give, in accord ance with a resolution passed by the State Central Committee, he notification of his intention to be come a candidate to the Secretary of State, on or before twenty days from this date. Be it further resolved that this Committee shall meet in Lake Charles, La., on Wednesday, Sept. 26th, 1916, at 11 o-clock A. M., at the Court House, for the purpose of declaring the candidates eligible to enter said Primary election. There being no further business the committee adjourned. R. L. DEROUEN, Chairman Pro tem. C. C. GAUTHIER, Secretary., :o: Ville Platte, La., July 10.-The Democratic Judicial Executive Corn mittee of the 16th Judicial District of Louisiana, met this day pursuant to the call of Hon. Rene Doesmann, Chairman, and: On roll call the following mem bers answered to their names, to wit: Edgar Lafluer, Rene L. Doss mann, J. P. Trosclair, proxy to Rene Derouen, D vid Meche and A. J. Dejean, prox to J. R. Pavy, Esq. Absent: LJtseph A . Hardie, J. A. Durio, Y. L. Fontenot; J. A. Durio having cha ed his party affilia tion, Mr. Ta n Guilbeau, of Opel ousas, was ly elected to replace him. On motio of Mr. J. R. Pavy Ju e Rene ý. Dossmann was elect ed jermanent Chairman and Prof. Y. L. Fontenot Secretary of the Coin mittee. On motion of Mr. Rene L. Der ouen duly seconded Mr. Edgar La fluer, was duly appointed secretary pro. tempore,. the secretary elected being absent. Mr. R. L. Derouen offered the fol lowing resolution: Whereas, the 12th, day of September 1910, has been selected as.the date on which all primary elections shall be held to select the party nominees who shall be voted in the general elect ion(on the 7th day of) Nemcinhcr 1916; and, Whereas, the Democratic Party of the 16th Judicial District of Louisiana comjaemng th parish es of St. Landry and Evangeline must select the nominees of the said party for the offices of District Judge and District Attorney of the said District to be voted for at the general election to be held in Nov ember next. Therefore be it resolved that a white Democratic Primary election is herey called to be held through out the 16th Judicial District of Louisiana, on Tuesday the 12th day of September 1916 for the purpose of selecting the . nominees of the Democratic Party for the offices of District Jddge afid District Attor ney. That said Primary Election be held under the primary election law of the State of Louisiana, at the usual j$olling places in said District as now established by law and be tween the hours fixed by law. Be it. further resolved, That all those desiring to become candidates at the said Primary Elections for either of the said offices, shall file with the Chairman or the Secretary of this Committee on or before mid night July 30th, 1916, notification of his intention to become candidate at the said Primary Election accomp anied hy the necesary declaration renuired by law, of his qualification I to become a candidate at said Prim ary, and shall at. the same lime denosit with said Chairman or Sec retary the sum of p50.00, to be used in making such expenses as may he reciuired dto he borne by this Com mittee. Be it further resolved that when this committee adjourn it adjourns a' meet at Ville Platte, La., at 12 noon July 31st 1916 to determine and declare who have oualified themselves to become candidates for said offices at the Democratic Prim ary Election herein provided and for such other business as may be remlired of it under the law. rDuly seconded and carried. On motion Committee adjourned. RENE L. DOSSMANN' Chairman EDGAR LAF'LUER, Sec. Pro Temn. Attest: RENE L. DOSSMANNf, Chairman NOTICE FOR SEALED RIDS Nolice is hereby given that bids for the printing of the official pro ceedings, ordinances, notices, etc., of the town of Melville, La., will be I received by the Board of Aldermen of said town, the right being re served to reject any or all bids. Ad "'ess all btds to 'J. H. Montgomery, Clerk Board of Aldermen, Melville, WANT'ED--AN energetitc active man to establish permanent business. Whole or part time. Health and 1 Accident insurance, immediate cash returns and future. Address National Gasnlty Go., Detroit, MWck COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Opelousas, La., duly 5, 1916. The Board of Aldermen met in regular session. Present: E: L. Loeb, Mayor, presiding; Aldermen Gosselin, Fields, Danel, Stelly and Hollier. Upon motion duly seconded and carried the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting was dis pensed with. Report of Electric Light and Water Works for June, 1916. Revenues: From water service........$ 786.59 From water service ...... 427.33 ..$1213.92 Expenses: Pay roll ...... ..............$501.50 Fuel oil used 150 bbls. @ $1.30 ... ...... .......... 195.00 Lubrication and incidenrtals. 100.00 Total ... .. ............ 796.50 Profit ... .......... ......$417.42 Public service not included above ....... ..... ...... 398.60 Respectfully submitted, (Sgd) A. C. JONES, Supt. Upon motion duly seconded and carried the report of the Supt. was received as read and ordered filed. Opelousas, La., July 1, 1916. Hon. Mayer., and Members Board of Aldermen, City. Gentlemen: I beg to report that I have collected during the month of June, 1916, the sum` of $1990.04 for the various accounts as follows: Corporation tax 1915 ......$ 280.70 Sewerage tax 1915 ........ 55.92 Market .... .... .......... 112.50 Interest ..... .. .......... 15.35 Power Plant ...... ........ 1009.07 Fine ...... ...... .... .... 62.50 Power plant insurance (from loan) ...... ...... 400.G) License 1916 ........ ...... 54.00 $1990.04 I beg to report further banlance on hand to the credit of these ac counts, to-wit: Corporation tax 1915 .. ..$ 596.30 Sewerage tax 1915 ........ 99.33 Market .. .............. 8.28 Interest .... ........ ...... 16.48 Power Plant .........: .... 319.25 Power Plant Insurance .... 3048.55 License 1916 .. ............ 123.42 Total ......... ..........$4,211.61 Less fine acct overdrawn.. 9.24 $4202.37 Respectfully submitted, (Sgd) H. U. CALLHAN, City Clerk and Tax Col. Upon motiqn duly seconded and carried the report of the City Clerk and Tax Col. was received-as read and ordered filed. Opelousas, La., July 4, 1916. Hon..Mayor and Members Board of Aldermen, City of Opelousas, La. Gentlemen: I beg to report that I have received from the 1st to the 30th of June, 1916,, 7 pris oners to work out their fines on the streets, to-wit: Total time worked 26 1-4 days. I have worked 110 squares of streets; hauled 125 wag on loads of dirt on streets; put in 4 new wooden street bridges; buried 10 dead cats and 5, dogs; sprinkled streets ,4 days and 3 nights; swept the raved streets 3 times per week. The approximate cost of t~he work done in each ward for the month of June, 1916, is as follows: First Ward..... ........ .$67.00, Second ward............... 58.50 Third ward ............... 35.75 Fourth Ward ....... ...... 24.75 Total ........ ............$186.00 TUpon met ion duly seconded and carried the report, of the Street Comn. was received as~ read and or dered filed. Statement. of J. .T. Perrodin. City Treasurer. City of Opelousas. La., DR. June 1. 1916 To halance on hand as per last report.$22849.50 July .3. 1916 To cash from H. IT. Callahan, C. C. & T. C. ........... ... ...... 1990.04 TTotal ....... ........$24,839.54 CR. June 1 to July 1, 1916 By sundry warrants piaid since last report, as per warrants hereto attached ........$2009.9 7 July 3. 1916 To hanrance on haid ...... ....... ... 3910.30 $24839.54. Respectfully submitted. (Swd) J. J. PERRODIN, city Treas. Unon motion duly seconded and carried the report ot thie City Treas. was refbrred to the FinanceI Committee, who, after examining and finding same correct orderedI that the Treasurer be credited with the sum of $20929.17 and vouchers for that amount can celled. The committee report on the matter of purchase of motor fire truck recommends that same be postponed indefinitely. Motion by Mr. Danel: That thie Mayor be authorized to fake up matter of tornado insurance on nower plant building and that said nolicy be taken out with local Agent H. D. Lareade, Jr. Motion duly seconded aud. parried. Stops Chills And eer When you are all run down and the dhils and fever grip GUARANTEED you every other day take Pxidine. It will drive the malaria out of your system and make you well and strong. Kennedale Team No more headaches, constipation, billiousness and lassitude. The Dehrus Drug Cp., Oxidine is guaran- Oxidine does away with all these. It rids you of Malaria. UeW-o, *waIs teed. This is an iron- you that ox:..&e haasndaved clad guarantee. I AnExcellent Tome Ib ns and sanda Oxidine does not stop ave ow deoene the wont case of ma- Those who live in malarial countries are apt to have /So t began ue of Oni. laria return all empty malaria. Oxidine will ward it off. Taken once a week hw athe mrasenp 44 bottles to your drug- it will keep the bowels open. the kidneys and liver work- well now and there has been gist and you will ree ing right and make your blood run fair and red..puts the 're of malaria gistandyou illrep p At aa*h for over -a moarha i crre full Purchase flash in your eye. Oxidine is a wonder(ul tonic and pre- You are at hberty to usethis 'f Price. vee ntive. Try a bottle, Fifty cents at all druggists. teatimesitiftou desire. The BEHRENS DRUG CO., Wac., Texas J H." '-DNG Y Motion by Mr. Hollier : That the Mayor be authorized to take out sufficient fire insurance on switch. Board, etc., on the Fire Alarm Sys tem. Motion iu lv seconded and carried. Motion by fir. aruel, ThUit the Mayor appoint a comioittee with himself to rent a suitable lot and barn for the street mules. Motion duly seconded and carried. Motion by Mr. Danei, That Mr. L. A. Andrepont be elected City Printer according to law. Motion duly seconded and carried. Mr. L. A. Andrepont designated the St. Landry Clarion as the offi cial journal of the city. Motion by Mr. Danel, That an appropriation of $15.00 out of any available fund be made to the St. Paul (col.) Baptist Church for the purpose of assisting in defraying expense of the delegates to the convention to be held here this month. Motion duly seconded and adopted. Motion by Mr. Hollier, That the Mayor be authorized to issue Cer tificates of Indebtedness to the Gamewel Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., amounting to $3880.00 payable out of the License revenues of the years 1917 and 1918 payabLe as fol lows: One certificate due January 15th, 1917 with 5 per cent interest from January 15, 1916 for $1940.00 and one for $1940.00 due Jan. 15th, 1918 with 5 per cent from Jan. 15th,' ,1916, for full payment, of Fire Alarm System installed in this city. Motion duly seconded and carried. Motion by Mr. Danel, That the Mayor and Superintendent Jones be appointed a committee to enter into contracts with local cotton gins, etc.,for furnishin electric motor pow the said district. Motion duly second ed and carried. Motion by Mr. Stelly, In reference to the communication from Mar garet Congor and others requesting that a police officer be assigned to the restricted district, it was moved by Mr. Stelly that upon deposit of $15.00 cash weekly by the petition ers, that Tom Myer be designated as special police officer to patrol the district. Motion duly seconded and carried. Motion by Mr. Stelly, That the Mayor's salary be raised to $1000.00 per annum. Motion duty seconded Upon motion duly seconded and carried the following bills were approved and ordered paid: 1454 St. Landry Clarion ....$ 81.7V 1455 August. Amy .........68.75 1456 General Elec Co ...... 108.94 1457- Pierce Oil Corp .... .. 16.23 1458 United Brass Mfg Co ... 30.02 f459 Woodward. Wight & Co 40.93 1160 L. V. Meginley .. ..... 2.10, 1461 Jose. Anselm ........ . 3.50 1462 St. Landry Clarion.. .. 9.50 1163 La. Oil Ref. Co. ...... 220.26 1464 Western IT Tel Co .... 5.41 1465 Opel Sheet & Metal .... 6.45 1866 Deardeau & Fields .. 25.00 1'67 Dardeau. & Fields .... 14.20 1468 .Jos. Lafond ......... 29.75 1469 Yves D'avr ........... 7.50 1470 Anderson Coup. & F. S. Co .................. 42.00 1471 J. A. Dejean .......... .75 1472 St. Landry Clarion .... 2.25 1473 C. P. Richard .......... 50.00 .1474 Octave Durio .. ....... 50.00 1475 A. C. Skiles Lbr Co..., Eg.86 1476 A. L. floltier .. ........ 47.00 1477 Thos. Wianfleld....... 2.10 1478 E. L. Loeb ........ 1479 Dietlein & Jacobs Gro Go 8.00 1480 Jacobs News 1Depot Co 1.35 1481 Shutes Drug Store ... .50 1482 IH. flodemuller .... .... 13.75 1483 Elec Supply Co.......-.82.65 1484 J. B. Sandoz........2.00 1485 3. B. Sandoz.........21.40 1486 3. B. Sandoz .....-....48.96 1487 Pittsburg Meter Co .... 95.22 1488 Jos. Ducharme ........ 10.70 1489 C. L. Hayes ......-.....1700 There being no further business and upon motion duly seconded and carried the nleeti~ng was adjoouraed subject to call. E. L. LOEB, Bayor. Attest : fl. U. CALLAHAN, City Clerk.. ILar-em. AUIM, Ebucbat~urgb&uiger Tggs Sums Wat bisw Dh atsh the SIbmeut. In addition to other properties Luz.Eou contalns cascara In a0Cc~table form, a intmulatlngazative fed oa. Lai-Pa. acts electrly and esnot gripe nor distub stoach. t iae time, it aids diesuouu osestb eiimer and see rations MXXXXXXxMXxx To join, those already en listed as regular customers of my Electric Shoe Shop. Where you will get yodr shoe repairing done by mod can electric machinery with as quick service as our modern machine guns do in time of war. I. CIAPMAN, Prop. wxxxxxxxxxxxn FOIR RENT a residence in the east ern part of this city on the street leading to the race track, three rooms, 4iiging room, kitchen and paltry, a large lot and a big barn. Cheap. Apply at this office. feb 2g-tf t'he Strong Withstand the feat of Subme. Better Than the Weak. Old peopl who are feeble, and younger peoplewho are weak,will be strengthened and enabled to go through the depress tog ?eat of summer by taking regularly Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It irifies and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system. 50c. BILIOUSN'ESS AND STOMACH TROUBLE "Two years ago I; suffered from frequent attacks of stomach trou ble and biliousness," writes Miss Emma Verbryke, Lima Ohio. "I could eat very little food that. agreed with me and I became so dizzy and sick at my stomach at times that I had to take hold of something ta keep from falling: Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets ad vertised I decided to try them. I improved rapidly." Obtainable everywhere. CHICHESTER S PILL1 DAMOND BAND LADIES I Ask year Dr)asgg4 for CHI-CHES-TER's DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in RFC and GOLD metallic boxes, sealed with l1 Riibboli. Tars No0 o?3Ba. of .sr Drws.g&o aod ask for OiCNIOUE.TBRW5 DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-Sve yearsregarded as Best.Safest, Always Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS E , EVERYWHERE ýT NOTICE TO TEACHERS-The ex amination for teachers' certificates will be held July 24, 25, 26, for whites; and July 27, 28, 29, for negroes. Examinations will be held on th~e above dates beginning July 2.4th, at 8*30 A. M., at the High School Building, Opelousas, La. Teaahers who expect to take spe cial first grade subjects must nor tify the Parish Superintendent of the subjects they expect to take be fore July 15th, so 'hat quzestions may be prepared. W. B. PRESCOTT, Supt. Schools of St. Landry Parish. july 1st, At TAKING BIG CHANCES It is a great risk to tl'avel with out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this prepartatien cannot be ob tained on the trains or' steam ships. Attacks of bowel complaint are often sudden and very severe, and everyone should go prepared for them. Obtainable everywhere. a7'sd diids set esose aertoudeces 00r In heed. Remember the foil usise sad frtbq esisature qd a. w. GRQvU. 25C. Talk l The salesman who Ma krv ian 'not an - isbacked by a aertiinper. sonal iorce - and appea-. anee. >rhere is sometbn to him besides mere talk. enat force-to y d matter so that it will -sel foods. Get in touch with vs k1 4 we'l show yoa how. BODE.MU LLER Tb. Pduter OPELOUSAS. A. BOIAN MACHINERY RUNS DOWN AND NEEDS OVER VALUING O'CASIONALLY Mineral Wells "The ,Human Repair Shop" WILL FIX YOU UP LOW HOUND 111E RRATES UAIL Reiter Get Your System In n Before Summer Free Literature or Other Jet `ation for the Asdaos A. P. BELL, GEO: IL * Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. ' STOCKHOLDERS REETIN0 Opelousas, La., June 28th, 1916. Pursuant to the direction of the president and he provision of the charter, a meeting of the stock holders of the-St. Landry Cotton Oil Co., is hereby called to be held at` t'he office of the company at Ope lousas, La,, on Tuesday the the 1st day of August, 1916, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of electing members of the board of directors for the year ending on the first Monday in June, 1917, and for the (urther purpose of transactig such other business as the stock holders may deem of benefit or ads vantage to the said corporation. I faith whereof I have hereunto set , my hand and affixed the seal of said corporation, this 28th day of June, A. D., 1916. A. L. STAGG, Secrefary-Treasurer. July-I-lit CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLd. ERA AND DIARRHOEA REMERIL Every family wtt~out exception should keep this family prepara tion at hand during the hot weather : of the summermonths. Chamber~- X lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many times 1t5 cost when needed and is almost ceer tain to be needed before the sum mer is over. It has no superior for the purpose for which it is in tended. Buy it now. Obtainable anywhere. July 1 No. 66 6 for MALARIA or CHILL$) 6 FEV3R Five or sik does will brisk isy 66, seurn. It acts oath 3mile beeast Calosiel sad does uo. gd~rgoe S.