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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 27 August 1898

ý. I 00 cif gt*** L{ O5D r .uazboftg 9AW 11 H AM-rnnn !i i 'i P$WA 4 w Vft% U. 8, AE OAS. 86$ afd1AN1SIELD- ~D~DIC Lh ANU4PwI- ,5' " *A F O GOLD ON ALASKA ISLANDS New Fields Where There Are Mountains of Ore. j4dges ef Vast Extent and Great Ricamese Have Been Diseovered by Fort Wrasgel Ex plovres. "We have discovered deposits of gold which will make the Klondike find of 1896 seem insignificant in the next few years." Thus spoke D. Solts Cohen, who lately returned from Fort Wrangel with Councilman Cole from Gravina island, southeastern Alaska. "We have made the discoveries on Gravina, Revilla gigedo and Annette islands. It seems extravagant, I know, to speak of moun tains of ore," said Mr. Cohen, "but that is the only term that characterizes the three Wlands I have mentioned,and also Mary's, Prince of Wales and others. utndr.ds of thousands of tons of ore practically ready for the smelter may be shipped without putting a pick in the ground. "Ledges extend from the beach to the bap of ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 September 1898

"Here Shall The Press The Peopt ls Right Mialhta , rd 1 by 1If a o a i r db b I `ibedby C ai n ' VOL. VII.---O 48.. "OPELOUSAS, LA., SATRDY , 18 98. . P R • :++ + +:(. ,+.r " . S *.+'n. umm m . m . m. m 5+ m m mmm Pm !- mlrCU.lmml mlmmI.Im lql -lllItqml qll m m mmlm I m lmm , Racket Store! Racket Prices! It.will pay you to give the RACKETSTORE a call. To call once is to call twice, and every time you desire first-class goods at the very lowest prices. One of the largest stock of Gentlemen and La dies' shoes in town-all kind, styles and prices, going atveiiry lodcpricde . Note A Few P..r:; Fine Dress Goods....4 .. ..... . .. .... Strong brass pins .... 7.. .. . ... ......... 5 fo Lpa s Good scissors. ............. ....... . ..... - Gentlemen's handkerchieft.... .......................... . . ic l' Ladies' handkerchief.............. .......;.. l .... Ladies' good black hose,.. . .. . 6..... palifsp ir l~ 2 Gentlemen's good hose .............. .. ... .6-p.i tbrri *S Al steel needles. ....

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. 3, 1898. St. Laudry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Edidtr and Itsdlmwes Mamager. lbeaeriptles: $1 Per Year. Z*Asred t tM Pest-Ofts at OpelouMa, La., as secomd cieus gester. The line between idle gossip and downright slander is thin. The Chicago Times-Herald re marks that Spain had a magnifi cent run for her money. The first American governor of the Ladrones was formerly an ele vator boy in San Francisco. Let the Second District Demo crats put out a clean, honest, able man for Railroad Commissioner. The Washington Post observes that the elder Mr. Corbett chose a very tragic way of stopping a prize fight. Lleut. Hobson's father has been appointed Postmaster of Greens boro, Ala.,.by President McKinley. Hobson pore is a Democrat. Read the communication of "St. Landry" in another column, and judge if the Governor's little poodle had any right to shoot off his bazoo about St. Landry politics. A special to the Times-Democrat from Marksville, under d...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 September 1898

THE CLARION, OPELOUSAS. SEPT. 3, x898 UP-TO-DATtE - PI11 NTI NG.... When you need onv Send your orders to IODE.IULLEI TUE PU.INTE3 OPCLOUSAS, LA. ,,CEYD MAIL A I LETTERvl Unless your return Sof the envelope. Thi is a request of the U. 8. Postal Authorities. For 10 centS silver I will print your retnrn address neatly on the corner of 25 nice plain white emselopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for 35 cents. Just try 10 cents worth; Sfe will be pleased. Sample for lo stamp. Austin Fontenot, opelousas, La. -Caterpillers are playing havoc throughout the parish. -Go to Mason's Drugstore for candles of all kinds. -J. Warren Gardiner, of Grand Cotoan, was in town Wed edoay. -Mrs. A. D. Leblanc, of Crowley, is on a visit to her parenlts here. -Miss Gussie Tanner, of Chenej villei.is visiting Miss Lizzie Black sher. -"Minnick" Prejean and Adelma Guidry, of Coulee Croche, were in town Thursday. -John J. Healey left last Satur day for Choneyville, where his family is visiting. -The incande...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 September 1898

COs8T8 OF FOOTBALL flle.e Warriors Know What Cats S and Braises eas. º Few persons realize how expensive a luxury football is to the four big uni e.sities from a monetary point of view. It coats as much to handle, train and prepare an eleven for a 'varsity contest it does to maintain a first-class ract leg stable. The expense of fitting each player is as great as fitting a horse for Stureclassic. All the items of expense oe possibly not strictly necessary. The medical item alonels interesting as showing the extent to which the preparation of a tean is now cariied; iale, Harvard, Princeton Lnd Pennsyl ;rais all retain physicians now during the eight active weeks of the season. These medical men drop their practice, leave their homes and are constantly .with the team. They receive a regular asary for their work; treattheailment ~t a player when they deem itonly an 'erdinary bruise or sprain and send :he.a to the best specialists in the coun try when any serious accidenthappens. She ph...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 September 1898

TITIE ST¶ Y L AR{'N ~i .i '40 "Here Shall The Press The Peoplee "and Unbri 4alt M - ' ° . VOL. VII.---NO. 49. OPELOUSAS, LA., SAT A PTE 8 I. I I i .- ;:I-- ·:; i;- 1 r-;---.---- ·. ..;--. Racket Store! Racket Prices! it will pay you to give the RACKF 8STORE a call. To call once is to call twice, and every time you desire first-class goods at the very lowest prices. One of the largest stock of Gentlemen and La dies' shoes in town--all kind, styles and prices, going at very low prices. Note A Few Prices: Fine Dress Goods. ..... .. ......4... : .4 par yiid Strong brass pins.... .....................59 for 2 packs Good scissors............... ............... ........0· Gentlemen's handkerchief ..............................2 for 59 Ladies' handkerchief ........ ..... ...... .....3 for 5f Ladies' good black hose.............. ..... .6 pairs for 265 Gentlemen's good hose ............ " ... .....6.... pairs for 25f Al steel needles... ........................19 a package Lace pillow shams....

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS. SEPT. io, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Prop. RAYMOND BREAUX, E.it.r aa. IBulase+ Manager. ulbseriptlops .1 Per Year. Zatered at the Poet-Oice at. Opelousa, La., as uscoed clam matter. The St. Landry delegation to the Railroad Commission Convention will go from here unpledged, and will vote for the best man on the grounds. Dean is popular all over the dis trict and to-day leads in the race for Railroad Commissioner.--Le compte Messenger. Sar Dean is popular throughout the world. Of course the Populists will put out a candidate for Railroad Com missioner. A Pop is dead game stuff; he'll fight just to find out how hard the other fellow can hit. Mr. Chas. II. Coldwater, of this city, has been granted a pension of $6 per mouth.-Lako Chrles Press. Is Mr. Coldwater any relation to Coldwater Marston, of Red River? One of the charges against Riche's immunes is that they fail ed to salute negro officers. Such affronts to the "meat and marrow" of the great Republ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. 1o, 1898. UP-TO-DATe PRINTING..... * Wlhen you need any Send your orders to TH$ PIINTER >d *O OPCLOUSAS, LA. N cUED MAIL A - LVIER LETTER Unless your return address is plainly Aorinted on the corner of the envelope. This is a request of the U. 8. Postal Authorities. For 10 cents sliver I will print your return address neatly on the corner of 21 nice plain white envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 1LO for a cents. Just try 10 cents worth; j you will be pleased. Sample for 2c stamp. Austin Fontenot, Opelousas, La. -Large cool rooms for only 25c, at Chachere's Hotel. -Go to Mason's Drugstore for candles of all kinds. -Mr. B. F. Perley, the ginwright, will leave for Big Cane on the 18th. --Hon. Homer Barousse, of Church Point, was in Opelousas last Saturday. --S. J. Quirk, of Washington, was in Opelousas Wednesday, and dropped in to see us. -Why pay fifty cents for a meal when you can get as good for 25c, at Chachere's Hotel. --ql'helesmar Guidry, o...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 September 1898

PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. -Ibsen has decided to abandon Nor way, and is going to Berlin to attend the celebration4 in commemoration of fis birthday. Thereafter he will live in Germany. -When President McKinley returned to the white house recently he found that one of the alterations was the fit ting out of a hitherto unused room as s~moking-room for him. -.CountBadini, the Austrianpremier, bas received special absolution for his duel with the German nationalist, Wolff. So says the Voce Cattolica, whose news on such matters is official. -Baron von Hollenben, the new Ger man embassador to this country, is eries-crossed from breast to crown with sears inflicted in duels, 21 of which he has fought. There is a saying in Ger pany that, while the baron is some times marked by a scar, his opponents &% often marked by a grave stone. Be sides his record as principal, he has ap peared as second in 35 affairs. --'h Waterbury American says: "A popular impression of Henry Watterson is that he ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 September 1898

-. , . .:STH ST LAN .. CLA iO-N2§ "Here Shall The Press The Peoples Rights M l Un w9 dU4w . by"J .. VrOL. VIII:.---NO. 50. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTE BER I. Racket Store! Racket Prices! It will pay you to give the RACKET STOREI a call. To call once is to call twice, and every time you desire first-class goods at the very lowest prices. One of the largest stock of Gentlemen and La dies' shoes in town-all kind, styles and prices, going at very low prices. Note AF ewR.ee: Fine Dress Goods... ................ .............4.. per yard Strong brass pins ...............................5 for 2spacks Good scissors ....................... ........................ 6 Gentlemen's handkerchietf............. ................2 for 5f Ladies' handkerchief............... .............8 tor 50 Ladies' good black hose.........................6 pairs for 250 Gentlemen's good hose ........... ..........6 pairs for 250 Al steel needles .............. .............1 a package Lace pillow shamans........

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. 17, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor-and l.usinees 3Minmager. lulbserlptlens: 1 Per Year. Zetered at the Poet-Office at Opelousas, La., as second ciaos matter. It appears from the official report of the battle of Omdurman that the British didn't leave enough of the Dervishes for seed. Gen. Miles is to submit a report to congress advising reorganization of the army on a basis of one sold ler to every 1000 inhabitants. The Turks are butchering Chris tians in Crete. We shall see whether'a powerful European al lance is worth much to the cause of oppressed humanity. Col. T. Sambola Jones, is called "Tombola" Jones down in the 6th district. Wonder if it isn't from the fact that he always draws a fat political prize.--Morehouso Clarion. If It cost the government over $250,000,000 to carry on a three months' scrap with an effete nation like Spain, in the name of Plutus what would it cost to maintain for two or three years a war ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. iy, 1 898. UP-TO-DATE hT*I, PRI NTING.... When you need any Send your orders to BODEMULLER THE PRINTEX L " OPtLOUSAS, L. -,turn MAIL A S LETTER Unless es . Yo ur rt adhs lainly printed on the corner of le nvelope This is a requaest of the U. 8. Postal thorities. For 10 cents sIilver I will print your return address neatly on thecorner of 5 nice plain white evelope. and rsud theor to you postpaid. 100 for 1 cents. Just try 0 cents worth; yoe will be pleased. Saple for I st-mp. Austin Fontenot, opelousas, La. -Large cool rooms for only 25c, at Chachere's Hotel. -Goe to Mason's Drugstore for candles of all kinds. --Sebastien Vidrine, of Ville Platte, was a visitor to town Mon day. -Frank Roger, of AraauWvtle, was in town a couple of day4his week. -Azellen Fruge, of near Eunice, attended court here this week, and called on us. -Try one meal at Chachere's Hotel and you will not eat any whore else. -Henry Guillet, of Chataignier, was in Opelousas Wednesday, a...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 September 1898

gSpoke la Plain English. - stetemenatnade in good faith, but .e.ult to accept, was recently ofered ,b his congregation bya country pas . He hadbeen holding forth on advantages otpflain speakiog. .,Why, brethren," he said, bringing No hand down npon the pulpit with 4 vigor, "there's no need of all long words and ligh-sounding spos; not a bit. Look at St. Paull t& ,; #t I say? Sis wosds ~ Ebi't dFthe meat of knowledge help, and he didn't make use of Say Lve-ydlable talk. No, he always; d in plain, simple English, by Stew It gUinpens. Neihbi-l w 4oea it happen that I'&a EldeaJlb eg~ier has consumption h.fh your othet' daughter is the pie ts' of health? They appear to be -f eCaetly the same temperament. Metest -My oldest daughter got her witer fashions from Paris. The oth e hers from Canada.-N. Y. Many Bars Rest. ~aughter--Paw, this piano is horri R out of tune. N rvous Parent-Y-e-s, my dear, it I. I guess you'd better not play on it ica more until it has been tuned. "Well, I wo...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 September 1898

SHE St ANDRY CLARION. "Here Shall The Press The People's Rights M In Unawedby Influenoc and UtdbrAbed by Qanr" VOL. VIII.---NO!.. FO4LOUSAS, LA., SATUR AY, SEPTEMBER 24, 18 $. " Racket Store! Racke Prices it will pay you to give the RACKE'TORE a call. To call once is to call twice, and every time you desire first-class goods at the very lowest prices. One of the largest stock of Gentlemen and La dies, shoe.in tfwn-alLklnd, nstyles nad prices, going at very! 3a prices. : ; Note A Fex PrieIs: Fine Dress Goods ............................ .41¢ per yard Strong brass pins................. .............5y for 2 packs Good scissors................. .................. ............ f Gentlemen's handkerchief ....................... .2 fdr 59 Ladies' handkerchief........ .....3 fo~ i5 Ladies' good black hose................... .6 pairs 1ik 5F Gentlemen's good hose ................ . ........& 6lplrsdir 2$ Al steel needles................. ................1y a pciia ge Lace pillow shams. ....

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. 24, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor anld DIstinesv Maanager. Iablºeription@ $1 Per Year. IEtered at the Post-Odlce at Opelousas. La.,as sucond clae matter. "Every man pays for his own drink," has always been considered the proper thing in Cincinnatti-it is known as "the Cincinnatti treat." Chicago now proposes to fall into line. A Non-Treating Club has been organized and 5,000 member ship buttons and cards were issued the first day, and 15,000 more have been ordered. There area great many good men in the populist party, but they won't be their much longer. The prodigals will soon be returning home. They no doubt thought they were doing the correct thing by leaving a good home and stray ing off into a new settlement; but experience has proven that they made the mistake of their lives, and arli"-t tgr bdt ready to arise fromthetr flight and deplorable condition, and journey back to the old homestead, singing, "There is no...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 September 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS. SEPT. 24, 1898. UP-TO-DATEF PIINTING...... When you need any SSend your orders to * BLODEMULL.ER , I.g,4 OPCLOUSAS, Li. NtEVER 'I"Fi'ER U smt r a, drelas pls.ly printed on the corner of ti envelope. This is a request of the U.S. Postal Authorities. For 10 cents ( sliver I will print your return addr.ess envelopes and send them to you postpid 100 for cents. Just try 10o cents worth; L yo-will be pleased. Sample for stemp. Austin Fontenot, Opelousas. La. -A Razor or 50 cents at the New York Racket Store. -:Go' to Mason's Drugstore for candies of all kinds. -John J. Healey left Wednes day for Cheneyville. -B. L. Lafleur, of Chataignier, was in town Wednesday. -A. P. Ledoux, of Church Pot, was in Opelousas Thursday. -152 page ledger for 30 cents at the New York Racket Store. -W. H. Lewis, and W. Balridge, of-Barbreck, visited Opelousas last week. -Born.-To Mr. and Mrs. Allie Creswell, on Thursday, September 22, a boy. -A very fine silk serge, steel rod unibi lla ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 September 1898

S. s paslPetes. ASribmht" exelaimed the yeang romsan with a sailor hat. -"They talk 'bout actresses losing diamonds and mesorting to other old expedients in ;order to become prominent!" "What's the matter now?" Inquired h.e young woma. with her. .,.,,.ere's another item about another eleqrg wii.hj iefuti to believe that tbe whale swallowed Jonah."-Wash tOR'oW.V,. . Hew Chetee. hse was a prqtty young thipg fresh rom a fashions~ble "finishing ahopL~ " i'he was bidding the "happiest man on eiath" a fond adieu on the stoop of the m ntr' bause. "Saow, eavre,), just before, Igo aipd, coine iot` all over WNl, ahiit kind of a tuii shall 1bei?' 0 ~Oi, Ja.iuI" she answered raptur oualy, "do get me a solitaire with one mnond in it."-Judge. Ho Spends His Silver. ,.fInortals complaia when we haven't the thl Isal'a' s'iti moon's worst bereft, 3~easu once a month this rash spend ttIeht il found ht e bse only his last quarter . .t ." t.; JournaL, SIUGUaWsT K&LICIOI7S i $ the maid? I don't remem...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 October 1898

THE T LANDRY CLARION. "Here Shall The Press The People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. VIII.---NO. 52. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898. $1 PER YA EXPECTED A LIVING BURIAL palshb Soldliers Taken at BUattage Thought Amerlcans Were Barbarians. There is no doubt that many of thea Spaliards after the battle of Santiago believed that the Americans would shoot all captives. A touching story at El Caney that shows this feeling was related by a staff officer, writes Nev. D. Henry C. McCook in the Phila delphia Press. After the capture of the fort that crowned a hill a burial party under Capt. Allen proceeded to inter the Spanish dead, which was done by laying them in their own trenches dug before the earthworks, as was also done at San Juan. Near by lay a lad of 17, shot through the hips. As the bodies of his comrades were borne _ he : old. a his head dRd follow the sad work with a rror stricken countenance. The Am'rican officer observed his face,...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. i, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Buutness Manager. 5ubscription: $1 Per Year. Zetered at the Post-Ofce at Opelouas, La., as seco4d class matter. Criminal* Nnhould Ue Pnis.hed. The criminal trials had this week, and the acquittal of the offenders, together with the at temptod assassination occuring last evening, shoeld cause every law abiding citizen of this parish to pause and reflect ere he turns loose any obhbr person charged with taking human life. There is no value placed upon~the same. It is easier to kill a man and esaple punishment than to go unpurish ed for the larceny of a pig. Men of any influence whatever can shoot and kill at will, and when brought before a petit jury can al ways command troops of friends moulding public sentiment before, and during, their trial, whereby those offenders.go unwhipt of just ice. A maudlin sentimentality seems to pervade the minds of our petit juries to the extent of acqui...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS. OCT. I, 1898. UP-TO-DATE PRINTING ..... When you need nyv Send your orders to BODtEMULLEI THE PRINTE* aee OptiOUSAS, LA. EVUER "MAIL A N LETTER Unless your return address is plainly printed on the cnerr of the enveloe.h Thisisa request of the U. 8. Ioestl Authorities. For O1 cents Sliver I will print yonr return address neatly on thecorner of: nice Plain white envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for 3 ceuts. Just try 10 cents worthl ; you %ill be pleased. Sample for 2 stamp. \Austin Fontenot, opelonsas. La. -They are all leaving it-the populist party. -Overalls for 30ý, at the New York Racket Store. -The deadest thing in the sixth district-the Populist party. -Cotton Torchon Lace 1f a yar'd, at the New York Racket Store.TP -Dr. Willie Boudreaux, of Ville Platte, was in Opelousas Tuesday on business. -Isidore Isaac, now stationed in Lafayette, spent Monday and Tues day in Opelousas. -Gets more unadulterated cuss luig than an assessor-a member of the S...

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