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Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." C TAK.E The CARDUl WomansTonic Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-work. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help ydu. Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it. Write to. Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanoogo. Tenn., for Special Instructions, and 64-page book. " Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 59 Don't Want the Earth But I do want a good share of your custom. Having moved to the Hil. ler stand, farther up town, I am your first chance coming into town for anything in my line, and your last chance going out. Save time by coming to me first. Everything worth while in Hardware. Late housekeeping and farm. ing utensils, J. C. STORM. SANITARY CONDITION OF THE NORMAL. tContinued from first page) schoolroomn, sleeping apartments and of the grounds. The other recom Inendations made by the health board president are for new buildings, cold storage, bakery, sterilizing plant, double screened doors for kitchen, sanitary drinking fountains, an ade quate infirmary, etc. To date, the sole reply that Supt. Roy has made concerns bed-bugs, which he says were also the bane of the former superintendent, Mr. Cald well's existence. Of the more seri ous sins against sanitation, those that! caused sickness and expense to 'o0 many of the students, he has not a word to say. This is not to men tion the two deaths from typhoid, we are informed, that have taken place since the pupils returned to their homes, Nor did Mr. Roy say anything of the lack of sanitary provisions, when the Legislative Committee in its hap py-go-lucky way, inspected the insti tution only a few months ago. Those evils exis ted then. The eye of an educated man should have perceived them, and the skill of one having any executive ability whatever, should have been exerted in an effort, at least, to abate them. There is no evidence that we have seen that Mr. Roy made the effort. The report convicts him of inconi petency on a number of counts. It is to be regretted that the laxity c;f Inexperience should occur at the State Normal, for though all state institu tions should be models of what is re quired for perfect sanitation, the ne cessity is emphasized, where teach ers are supposed to be trained, and Where while their own health is safeguarded, they may be taught the latest and best hygenic methods, that they may go forth and teach others. SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Louisiana, Parish of West Feliciana, 24th Jud. Dist. Court. Oran D. Brooks vs. Henry Hlew! tt and Rosalie Ogden. By virtue of a Writ of Seizure and sale to the Sheriff directed by thew Honorable Court aforesaid, in the I above entitled suit, I have seized and will offer for sale to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in the Town of St.Francisville, La., at the hour of 11 o'clock a. ii.. on Saturday, January 18, 1913, the following property of defendants,r to-wit: "The undivided 1 interest of Hen- c ry Hewlett in and to Lot No. 4 in n Square No. 11, and the undividcdi } Interest each of Henry Hewlett and _ Rosalie Ogden in and to Lots Nos. 6. , 7 and 8 and the north I, of Iots Nos 9 and 3 in Square No. 11. with all the buildings and improvements there o on." Terms of sale-Cash with benefit of appraisement. J. H. CLACK, Sheriff. , ADVERTISE EVERY WEEK. R. F. Walker, ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in the Courts of East and West Feliciana and ad joining parishes. CLINTON, LA. OUR COURTS' STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY AND CRITICS. (Continued from first page) "So it appears to me," replied Peri f les. "\\hatever, then, a tyrant com I pcls the people to do by enacting it Swithout gaining their consent, is It that an act of lawlessness?" "Yes," said Pericles, "it appears to me that i: is." . . . "But what the few en •ct, not from gaining the consent of the many but from having superior power, should we say that is force or r that it is not?" "Everything," said -ericles, "which one man obliges an f o!her to do without gaining his con sent, whether he enact it in writing ov' not, seems to me to be force rath er than law." It is significant how closely these i four executives agreed upon the main I issue. Abraham Lincoln's criticism o:' the supreme court in the Dred 1 Sc'ott decision is no less firm and t lold than Jefferson's resistance of Marshall, and Theodore Roosevelt's criticism equals the virility of Jack son. ('To be continued). SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Louisiana, Parish of West Feliciana, 24th Jud. Dist. Court. Bank of West Feliciana vs. Bayou Sara Brick Co. By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias to the Sheriff directed by the Hon orable Court aforesaid, in the above entitled suit, I have seized and will offer for sale to the highest bidder at the front door of the Court House in the Town of St. Francisville, La., ai the hour of 11 o'clock a. inm., on Saturday, January 18, 1913, the following property of defendants, to-wit: The entire outfit of the Bayou Sara 1 Brick Co., consisting of I boiler, 1 en I gine, I pump, shafting, pulleys, 1 1 brick machine. 1800 feet of second-. hand lumber, more or less, 13 cords of pine wood. more or less, 3 wheel Larrows, 1 draining machine, engine I and building, 2 fuel oil tanks, 2000 1 bricks, more or less, 3 drying sheds, t 2 brick kilns and main building. C Also a certain piece or parcel of c 11n(1 with all buildings and improve ments thereon, containing Twenty- r one and "Il-100 acres, near the town t of Bayou Sara, La.., bounded on the c North by .1. F. Irvine; East by the Y. & M. V. R.R. Co.; South by ditch leading from Fountain Bayou to Ba- s you Sara Creek, and West by the I . n R. & N. Co. P Terms of sale-Cach with benefit of appraisement. t J. H. CLACK, Sheriff. a - -- c II. H. Kilbourne, elected district at- o torney for the Twenty-fourth Judic- p ial District, has qualified as district n attorney. c AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance to levy, collect and en force payment of an annual li cense tax upon all persons, asso ciations of persons, or business firms and corporations, pursuing any trade, profession, vocation, calling or business in the town of St. Francisville, Louisiana, ex cept those that are expressly ex cepted from such license tax by Article 229 of the Constitution CI the State of Louisiana: Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the town of St. Franicsville, State of Louisiana, in special session convened on this the 5th day of December, 1912 Section 1, That there is hereby levied an annual license tax for Lhe year (1913) Nineteen hundred and thirteen, upon each person, associa tions of persons, or business firms and corporations pursuing any trade, profession, vocation, calling or bu:i ness, conducted, pursued, carried or or operated within the limits of the town of St. Francisville, La., which may be subject to such license tax under Article 229 of the Constitution of the State of Louisiana. Sec. 2. That on the 2nd day of January, 1913, the tax collector shall begin to collect and shall collect ar fast as possible from each of the per sons or business firms, association of persons, and corporations pursu ing within the limits of said AMnici pality any trade, profession, calling, vocation or business, a license as herein provided. All licenses shall be due and collectible during the n first two months of the year 1913 and I all unpaid licenses shall become ,c linquent on the first day of March of i said year, and all firms who com- c mence business after that date shall 1 become delinquent unless the license t is paid within ten days. t Sec. 3. That the annual Municipal t license hereby levied is declared to E be the same as, and to be granted in accordance with, the Constitution 1 and laws of the State of Louisiana 0 now in force, and is hereby declared t to be the same as to graduation, and p t in amount as the license laws of the State of Louisiana now in force pro- u vide for State purposes, and are to be determined in accordance the e - with, to-wit: Act No. 171 of the Gen- p eral Assembly of the State of Louis iana of the session of 1898, and the subsequent acts of the General As- t sembly of Louisiana amendatory , thereof. It is hereby declared to be a the intention of this body to herein levy the same license tax for munic- IE t ipal purposes, both as to graduation w s and amount as is now imposed by f the General Assembly for State pur t poses, to which laws special refer- A ence is hereby made as being part o0 f hereof for the purpose aforesaid; pro r vided that this restriction shall not m rapply to dealers in distilled alcoholic I and malt liquors, the license for the - carrying on of which shall be as here- le - inafter provided in this ordinance. ti Sec. 4. That the procedure in the - collection of municipal licenses here- cc ii levied, and that to ascertain the t Samount due for same by the tax col- to Slector, shall be the same as is now fo provided by law for State purposes, to and particularly in Act No. 171 of Sthe General Assembly of Louisiana ce of the session of 1898, as amended dE by subsequent acts of the said Gener- w: al Assembly and at subsequent ses- st sions; and the penalties imposed up- m on, and interest and costs to be col iected from delinquents, are declared M to be the same and to be collected in the same manner as provided bj said act of the General Assembly (as amended by subsequent acts) for D State purposes. Sec. 5. rhat upon the business Gf, operating a barroom, cabaret, eafe, coffee house, beer saloon, grog phop, beer house, beer garden, or other places where spiritous, vinous, or to malt liquors are sold, directly or in- h directly, license shall be based on lin the annual gross receipts of said bus- ba iness, as follows, to-wit: er First Class-When said gross an- ly nual receipts are fifty thousand dol lars ($50,000.00) or more, the license shall be two thousand dollars ($2,000, Second Class--When the gross an nual receipts are forty thousand dol lars ($40,000.00) or more, and less than fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.. St 00) the license shall be eighteen hun dred dollars ($1,800.00). No Third Class--When said gross an n:al receipts are thirty thousand dol- it lars ($30,000.00) or more, and less cat than forty thousand dollars ($40,000.- ent 00) the license shall be sixteen hun- car dred dollars ($1,600.00). her Fourth Class--When said gross ah- tra nual receipts are less than thirty s5o thousand dollars ($30,000.00) the li- mo cense shall be one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). Jud Provided further, that no license of shall be charged for selling refresh- ber ments for charitable or religious pur poses. Provided further, that nothing in this ordinance shall be construed s0o 0 as to exempt druggists who sell al- LO coholic, vinous or malt liquors, or E other intoxicating beverages on the High prescription of a physician or other- raw wise, from the payment of the li- and cense herein imposed a e Provided further, that this ordli ; nance shall not apply to the sale by druggists of tinctures or compounds f in the preparation of which such li quors and intoxicating beverages are I used and sold on the prescription of Sa physician or otherwise, and which tinctures and compounds are not ir 1 toxicating beverages prepared in the ) evasion of this ordinance. Sec. 6. That the wholesale license S!:erein levied for the sale of spirit c,us, vinous, or malt liquors is here by declared to be the same as that provided for retailing liquors in see ;ion f:., (5) of this V.t, -nd grad uated accordingly. Sec. 7. That the license for the sale of intoxicating liquors shall be just the same for any part of the year 1913. as for the entire year. Sec. 8. That the annual license tax for municipal purposes, on the sale of pistols, or pistol cartridges, and rifles or rifle cartridges, blank pistols and blank cartridges hereby levied, shall be the same as to grad uation and amount as now provided for State purposes by Act No. 65 of the regular session of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana of the year 1904, or acts amendpto ry thereof,. special reference being made to said Act for the purposes aforesaid, and for identification here vith; and said license shall be col lected in the manner and at the same timec as are collected other licenses. Sec. 9. That any person, firm, corporation or company having more than one place of business in said town shall pay a separate license for each place of business in -aid town. Sec. 10. That the Municipal li censes which are herein levied are declared to be for the purposes whioh may be required by the Cdn stitution and laws of this State, for municipal purposes. A. B. BRIANT, Mayor of the town of St. Francisville, Louisiana. G. L. PLETTINGER, Clerk Ordinance passed on the 5th day of December, A. D. 1912. Recorded in - pages, - book. NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that the town ordinances relative to the di--I charge of fireworks within the town limits will be rigidly enforced. Paper balloons, sky rockets and ftirecrack ers longer than two inches are strict- r ly prohibited. A. B. BRIANT, Mayor. G. L. PLETTINGER, Clerk. SUCCESSION OF BERNARD TEUTSCH, DECEASED. No. State of Louisiana, Parish of West Feliciana, 24th Jud. Dist. Court. Notice of Filing of Final Account. Notice is hereby given to all whom I it doth or may concern to show cause within ten days from the pres- * ent notification, if any they have or t can, why the Final Account filed * herein by Herman Teuts~ch, Admlns-. trator of the above entitled succes sion, should not be approved and ho- + mologated. Witness the Hon. Jos. L. Golsan, 4 Judge of the 24th Judicial District " of Louisiana, this 6th day of Decem-' ber, 1912. E. S. MUSE, Clerk of said Court. John White&a Co LOUISVILLE, KY.I Established 1887 : .FURS ) and HII)ES. i WOOL I. GOluigsOl T. W. RAYNHAM, Dealer In Dry Goods, Groceries & Plantation Supplies. TOMBSTONES Alex. Enoche, Successor to E. Enochs, deal - er and manufacturer of Sarco-: : phagus Monuments and Head- - " stones. Marble and Granite of best quality. Workmanship at lowest prices. o**** o****** oo** ooooo* ooooo* *o neeo ,, Dr. James Kilbourne Otfice: Bank of West Feliciana Bldg" Phone 36i. Phone at Residence 61. Geo. J. Woodside, ATTORNEY AT LAW. CLINTON, LA. Will Practice in Courts of East and West Feliciana. TRESPASS NOTICES. The public is hereby warned against buying wood, posts and timber of any description from tenants on the Oak ley, Ogden and Downs plantations. All hunting, cattle-driving and fenc2 cutting is positively prohibited, and these places are closed against agents of all kinds. LUCY L. MATTHEWS. Hunters and other trespassers are hereby warned to keep off my Mul berry Hill plantation, under full pen alty of the law. W. R. McKOWEN. My place is hereby poster against all forms of trespassing; hunting, fishing, agents of all descriptions, and all cattle driving. D. F. MERWIN. All trespassing of any description is hereby prohibited, under penalty of the law, on Alandale Plantation (formerly Phillips place.) ROBERT BUTLER, Agent. The public is hereby warned that the Island and Forest plantations are posted against hunting, fishing, wood cutting and all other forms of tres pass, agents of every description in cluded. M. R. JACKSON. All cattle driving and other tres passing of any kind are forbidden on Forest plantation, under penalty of the law. J. W. McQUEEN. -Hunting is hereby prohibited on the Raynham-Kemperlin, Cobb and Pugh tracts and all other realty be longing to the E. L. Newsham estate. The public is also warned against any timber-cutting on these places. Any information, leading to the con viction of persons guilty of such tim ber-cutting, will be suitably rewarded. MRS. LENA NEWSHAM, Tutrix. Hunting, fishing and any form of trespassing on Solitude, Frogmoor or Beauvais tracts prohibited. No ex ceptions. W- . B. SMITH. The Flower and Magnolia places are hereby posted against all hunt ing, under penalty of trespass. No exceptions. W. J. FORT. CATTLE BRANDS. The following are my cattle brands: P--- Circle P Circle F P7. The public is hereby warned against buying or trading for cattle bearing these brands from irrespon sible people. F. S. PERCY. J. C. MAGiEARL, =---= Butcher . Honest - Weights W. W. Montfort, Dentist. Bank of West Feliciana Building, Sr. FRANCISVILLE. LA. Is Your Farm Remunerative? Do You Wish to do better? ..YOU SURELY CAN.. 0F COURSE WE HAVE Rustproof Oats, and Les pedeza Seed, and Hay, and Red Pol, Grade Cattle for sale,but the fact that we have had them for thirty years proves that they have been, profitable to us and that they will remunerate you if you will handle them sufficiently and properly' If you desire any information concerning them we shall be glad to supply same on request. Woodlawn Farm J. BURRUSS McGEHEE, LAUREL HILL.. - - - - LA. H. J. BABIN, + Dentist. 9 Masonic Building - 4 BATON ROUGE, LA. * 4. 4 Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing M. SHAFFER At the Foot of the Hill. Telephone 19. ADVERTISE EVERY WEEK. TRESPASS NOTICES. ust All hunting with dog or gun, or ny driving through or off of any cattle, ak- on the "Resale" plantation without n . special permission, is positively pro c(2- hibited. All such acts will be regard tud ed as trespassing and prosecuted as nts such. MRS. C. R. BARROW. From and after this date all hunt ing of any kind on Ambrosia and In e dependence plantation is positively ul- prohibited under penalty of trespass en- ing. Any one found on these places N. without permission will be consider ed trespassing, and prosecuted to the 1st full extent of the law. ag, MRS. S. H. BARROW. From and after this date all hunt ing of any kind on the Greenwood plantation is positively prohibited un on der penalty of trespassing. Any one Ity found on this place without permis on sion will be considered trespassing and prosecuted to the full extent of nt. the law. .MRS. J. A. VENTRESS. tat - tre The public is hereby warned that >d- the Afton Villa, Layson and Maxwell es- plantations are posted against all in in- truders and agents of any description. Est. MRS. V. Z. HOWELL No trespass with gun, dog, or rod, on or passing through my Woodiawn of Stock Farm allowed under penalty of the law against trespass. J. BURRUSS McGEHEE. od All parties are hereby notified not to trespass on the following places: te. the Green Oak, and the Tanglewild at places, with dog, rod or gun. All per missions heretofore granted are here by revoked. MRS. C. B. HAMILTON. d. Hunting of any kind, cattle driving cr fishing on Mt. Vernon plantation of is positively prohibited under penalty or of the law of trespass. No exceptions C. W. BALL, MISS ELLA BALL, MRS. E. HAMILTON. From and after this date all hunt. o ing of any kind on Rosedown, Haznle wood and Inheritance plantations is positively prohibited under penalty of trespassing. The publtic is warned against buy n: g fire wood, post or timber from tenants on Rosedown, Texas, Hazel wood and Inheritance plantations. JAS. P. BOWMAN. 7No trespassing with gun or dog or d passing through my place located be tween Lavson and Flower Hill planta tions is hereby prohibited under pen alty or the law against trespass. D. B. FAITHORN. From and after this date all hunt ing and fishing on the Cottage plan - tation are positively prohibited under penalty of trespassing. Any one found on this place without permiassion will Slipt considered trespassing and prose cuted to the full extent of the law. EIYDWARD BUTLER. All hunting and fishing and other forms of trespass are hereby prohib ited under penalty of the law, on the Micajah Row place on Mississippi River at WIlhelmn, La. W. W. BURCKHALTER, M. D. Crossing the rear of property, be Slow True Democrat office in St. Fran cisville is hereby prohlbited under penalty of trespass. Persons found crossing these premises or damaging the fences will be proscuted. All permissions heretofore given are hereby revoked. MRS. M. E. ROBINSON. -Cutting wood on the Ryland and Walsh tract, Bockel tract, Andy I Hood and Edwards tracts are haul ing same therefrom, also all other forms of trespass on these places are hereby prohibited under penalty of the law. CHAS. WEYDERT. All trespassing is prohibited on Hill and Slaughter, Lake-Breeze,Gray field, and Glasrs-place plantati~ns; such as hunting, pecan gathering, etc., will be prosecuted to full extent of the law. RACCOURCI COMPANY. Per S. L. Doherty, Agent. Smithland Ldg. and P. O., La. Fishermen and hunters are hereby warned off my Fancy Point planta tion under penalty of trespass. JOHN F. IRVINE. Hunting or trespassing in any way on any of our lands in West Felluc ana Parish known as the W. P. Ware and Warren Palmer places in the 5th ward, will be prosecuted by law. BRIDGES, WEST & CO. No passing through my Linwood tract, Belmont and Rudmond planta tions is allowed. Trespassers-re gardless of color-will be prosecuted as the law directs. C. M. BARROW From and after this date all hunt, ing of any kind on my several plan tations situated in the pariah of Pointe Coupee, is hereby prohibited under the penalty of trespassing. Al so any cutting of timber, gathering pecans, without my special permlia sion, will be considered trespassing and such acts will be vigorously pro. ecuted. Parties living on aaM prop. ertifes are not exempt. Estate of H. W. Jones. S IRUi C. JONB.