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SO8UT NOW COINCED
Sheriff Mangum of Atlanta, Ga., Sheriff Anderson of
Houston, Texas, Sheriff Lewis of Marion, Ark., and
Sheriff Kelley, of Odessa, Texas Come Out With Strong
Statement. and Tell What Tanlac Has Done for Them.
FOULR Leading Sherflfs of the South in widely separated States-have recent.
ly given their unqualified endorsements to Tanlac. The word of men whose t
records for honesty and uprightness has won and held for them the highest t
county ofice in the gift of the people of their own communities, cannt be doubt-.
ed, for Il there Is any officer that demands a man of unimpeachable integrity,
it is the office of sheriff.
"Tanlde has certainly helped me and
I recommend it for the good -it has
done in my case," said HIon. C. W.
Mangum, ex-sheriff of Fulton County,
Georgia, who resides in Atlanta andI
who has been one of the most popular
officials in the state, having served
three term s as sheriff. "I am sevenjty
years old," he continued. "and have f
most always been a pretty healthy I
manl until here lately, I have been it
a nervous, wornout run-down coldli. d
tion. Most always after eating I w
would have a full, uncomfortahle feel- pt
ing which would last several hours, i p
"After taking the second bottle of re
Tanlac, the fullness and all the dls. at
agreeable symptoms disappeared, and an
my condition is now that of a well man. fec
Tanlac seemed to be Just what I need. ýs
ed to put my system in shape, anad it an
has toned me right up. Naturally I slij
would recommend it to my friends, anl
I know of fifteen or twenty families
that are taking it now no my say-so."
Arkansas Omlcia Testifies iUn
Ron. Chas. I. Lewis, ex-sherilf of TaI
Crittendon county, a merchant and a lne,
large plantation owner, of Marion,lEct
Arkansas, said: "I am conu'ineedl from Od
the benefits taht my wife and myse-j ol
and many of our friends have recek- of I
ed from Tanlac, that it is withouit an tha
equal. Mrs. Lewis suffered for ten a Ib
years. She couldn't digest anything eiil
and gas forming in her stomach calus- tl
ed severe pains and shortness of time
breath. We both started taking Tan.- Iati
lac at the same time and have had the lte
most gratifying results. Mrs. Lewis out
can now eat and enjoy her food for ache
the first time in many days. She i 1
now nervous and her sleep is sound I fee
and refreshing and 'she is like a differ. My a
eat woman. gives
"I suffered with biliousness and ma- The r
larla and the two bottles of Taulac my li'
have fixed me up in fine shape." relieve
xI.Sberij Anderson's Statement active
"kMoney couldn't buy the good Tanlace uonthi
has done me and I gladly recommend Tanl
TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
" (Contnlued from front page)
ordlnances and minutes.. 22.7
o BDavisr, street work ...0
Jim Jones, street work ... 20
Willie Carr, street work. 7..
D. Holland, street work.....1.00
.. Walker, street work.. 1.50
Roy Darls, street work ...... 10.00
S D Holland, street work........ 21.00
Willis Carr, street Work......... 15.00
Will Huby, Street worok . .
B. Foster, street Worok................ 7.30
Joe Benne, bridge work..... ... 1.00 ol
: bt lgore, bridge ork....... 1.00
. Holland, street work.............. oi.
Joe McGuire, street wrk..... 13.12 D
Rbt. Newby, street work...... 1;3.001
'. lmer Bridge, street Work........... 1.00 t
Jea Bridgest , street work....0,00 da
IJca Foster, street work........... 7
i. .-Uoweu, bridge work........ 20001 a
SC. Tonon, Street a
la. nson, street work........... 1.00 th
S t'ilij uey, street work ... 1.10 No
.' wl Ik.ley, street work... 2.20
,urS'Ie, street work........ .
uet Bennett, street ý.. and
McKeaunon Lbr. Co., Lbra
ýub arson Bros., hauling, 1.10 lýg '
b"ao ,rnling, etc.. 31.00
i: ; McBethau Shop, .Boeing. .......
' ' Ildw, Co...... cte
....::m I 71...
S, . othi e r, . ha.. etcr...... 8.00
I.1e oples Rd.Co., bardstu 1,3
S aie gobe of a errcat i 0
!::io l h ej pr ooeeen ttio wasPti
' bi onoraqbler yor 1n Board of
>:.j, poneraict a 18r.
aItureS , nd wr.th now: ca8r
.. ,n Ifa P te a o s tj.
S8. M acConrt and B'oa F.
tlday Pictr rbow Leo
ntu. urean. with the charg
)u aot t ea nd o w afso asl
1Ms pyr Sha o C. E,
hj sWlJ Penteoon piLo
o the Perod o one moat
reea by the boag
, as Permilt at any time
' tia duly Seeonded, the bo
,iA , from .a.
*.i I~f~Bs~4t~s··., .
rie and it to other's for what it has dlone in
it has my case," said lion. Archle R. Ander
C. . son, ex-sheriff of Harris County, Texas,
ounty, who was re-elected to this high ofllce
a and seven times and served the people of
puelar his county for fifteen years as sheriff.
erred( Mr. Anderson was Chief of Police of
renty the city of lHouston, where he resides,
have for sevral years and there is not r
'althy better known man in Harris county.
en Ir "I was continually belching up un.
1 dli- digested food," he c'ontinued, "and I
• Ig would bloat and swell up like I was t
feel- polxisoned and suffered from neuralgir
'. pains, of the worst sort and nothing a
e of relievedl me. I begun to feel better
dis. after taking the flrst bottle of Taular
and and have just started on my third and'
nan. feel like a different man already. I u
ree sleep like a log now and can eat any Ar
I it and everything I want without the
y / slightest discomfort afterwards." 191
1es Texas Sheriff's Endorsement
.s "I needed a genetal all around build
liu up for the last seVeu months and me
of Tanlae has done that very thing for
Sme," said Hon. 8. A. Kelley, Sheriff o;
, Ector County, Texas, who resides a'
on Odessa, Texas, and who is one of the
tI most popular officials in that seclion
of the state. "I'm mighty glad now
thiat I took Tanlac, for I had been ir
na bady run-down condition for sev nt.
eral months. I had no appetite am of it
(didnl't enjoy what I did eat and a of eal
times I suffered terribly with rheun
innatic pains. My back ached all th
time and my liver was so sluggish amn
out of shape that I had a dull head ay
ache continually. eme
"Iav knul. Drugt
"I hare taken only two bottles, bu)
I feel like a different man already
My appetite is fine and what I ea' D
gives ale nourishment and strength
The rheumatism is much better and You
my liver Is in good conditiorn. I pml et if
relieved of the headaches and feel more boy 01
active and energetic than I have hI oantag
Tanlae is sold by all druggists. the re
,__-- . logue,
( ed that the City Marshal be instruct
ed to notity the proper authorities thai
iheneforth the town teams will br
. ithdrawn from further service on the
Spule teroas in connection with Ward
. On motion duly seconded, it was
.00 agreed that the town contribute not
.r more than $20.00 per month toward tle I
salary of a night marshal. -
00 The following resolutlon offered by
,00 J 8. MConathy was adopted: y
30 Whereas, IV. L. Slayton & Company,
O of Toledo, Ohio, are the highest and
O hbest bidders for the Excess Revenue
) IDonls of Twenty 'Thousand ($20,00.00)
[2 Dollars to he isuaed by the Town oI
Artdiau, Blevlle parish, Louisiana,
Sdated Aug. 8, 1919, bearing interest at
Sper cent per annum, payable smi.
0 annually, to mature as speciafie i
D their bid bearing date of Oct. 9, 1919.
) N'ow therefore,
Be It RtBolved, that said bonds be
and the same are hereby awarded to
said W. L. Slayton & Compeny and the
Mayor and Secretary of said town ate
hereby authorited and directed tb exe
cute said bonds, and when executed, to
deliver the same to said W. L. 8on
COME HERE and secure Footwar hh
Here you are able to buy Footwear, i
varieties from the ener of fn many
.Footwear that gladde hetof the kind o
love to dress rrcteart oe who
SWomWn like to rte hae
heYtceive a lind, coiwl
, t iteousnersion. Ge04kr
th, ewnh tmsat You sU a
uest No one is utsed to
8p Iking In $.i8*kI
& Company, on compliance with the c
terms of their said bid on file ln the I
of-flee of The Town of Arcadia, La., r
Leo Daniel, clerk, ,
Be It Further Resolved, that if the iF
attorneys of the said W. L. Slayton & a
Co., on examination of certified tran- fj
o script of the record of proceedings to tl
i be furnished them in accordance with be
and the terms of their bid, decline to ap- ti
'Og prove said bonds, said transcript, ac.- o
companied by a letter of the attorney cn
em. so decliniing to approve bonds, shall be igi
promptly forwarded to the secretary ca
cent. of this town, whereupon said secre- be
*hose tary is hereby authorized and directed sce
;hest to immediately return to said W. L. Hot
mbt- Slayton & Company their certified good by
rity, faith check deposited with their bid ser
for said bond,.
I On motion of J. S. McConathy. cha
ier- seconded by F. W. Pentecost, the above mot
- resolution was put to a vote, the mem- 0
ra, hbets voting as follows:
of ll ea--E. II. Fisher, Fred W. Pente- sche
of cost, J. ,9. McConathy, Leo Daniel. care
of Number voting "'Yea" Four. Won
Whereupon the resodlution was de- fled
claredl adopted. ing i
I, Leo Daniel, the duly elected, quall 'ho
fled and acting as secretary of Arcadia. the
La., do hereby certify that the above who
is a true and full copy of a resolution for t
passed by the Board of Aldermen at
ig a regular meeting, held untder date of ig t
r Oct. 9th, 1919.
Lc In testimony whereof, I hae here
,I have here- curci
unto affixed my official signature and malki
the corporate seal of said Town of ki
' Arcadia, La., this the 9th day of Oct. paths
r 1910. once a
LEO DANIEL, to fill
Sec. Town of Arcadia, La. girl.
There being no further business, the
meeting was adjourne(T. Our
B. F. BARNETTE, Mayor stitutlo
LEO DANIEL, Clerk. Idorsemn
tlo SsRGEONS agree that in cases of
'tion Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the
110 IIRST TREATMINT is most import-',
se "int. When an EFFICIENT antiseptic
alg is applied ipromptly, there is no danger 1
an of infection and the wound begilns to I
aheal at once. For use on man or f
OU< boast, BOROZONE is the II)EAL
the ANTISEPTIC and HEALING AGENT. ii
ad Bny it now and be ready for an u
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Ra' DON'" SHIRK YOUR DUTY
ad You would be a very unnatural par.
nm ent if you did not wish to give your
r, boy or girl the best educational ad gr
i vrantages that are in your power, very at
thoughtless parent if you sent him to apI
the first school that mailed you a cata ring
logue, and an unpardonable Darent if and
Syou entered him in school without first test
lavestigating 'its locatin, sanitatin, WI]
equipment character of student body clea
faculty, system of discipline, afnd above ston
ail the moral surroundings. Yours is one
the duty of Investigation, comparison fulan
:ind ultimate decision, inc.,
Your boy or girl is the hope of your
life. In him or her Is centered your "
most cherished ambitions His or her eomi
worth to you cannot be measured by ret
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with the dollars and cents, but his or her value
le in the must be measured by the training "l
idla, La., which he received in home and in
school. If the local school were an
at if the ideal Ilace for your boy or girl, you ,
layton & wouldn't think about sending him away sal
led tran- from home. Under present conditlons in
dings to they doubtless need more self reliance, tin
nce with because they lack the power of initla. bal
e to ap- tive, are wanting in breadth and scope mo
ript, ac- of vision, haven't learned how to study, theC
attorney can't make for themselves, and are a
shall be ignorant of the fine art of a business with
rcretary career. If so, their education thould trea
I secre- be continued in a busine.ss training no
lirected school where discipline re(ll.d means 110
W. L. something, where personal supervision In
Ad good by the faculty is constant, where our
ir bid service is rendered above everything caro
else, and where manly and womanly dent
nathy, character and conduct are held para the r
aabove mount to all other considerations. St. G
mei- Our thoughts are centered upon the tres,
welfare of your girls while here il from
Pente- school as well as their future business dem
*i. career. We have secured the services bring
Of Mrs. Martha Gilliam as "Dean of where
Women." Mrs. Gilliam is well quail- given
s de fled for the great responsibility of car
ing for the hundreds of young women
]uall wnho are fitting themselves to take
adlia the places of our spleudid young men
Lbove who have answered our country's call
ition for trained business men. Mrs. Gil
ii atil am has traveled extensively, observ
e of lug the positions and conditions of weo
men. She is actively interested in
re- church work for the betterment of wo
and mankind. Her deep interest and sym
oft. pathy for young women gives her at
}once a place in the hearts of the stu
dents, she will try as nearly as possible
to 1111 the place of mother to ecah
the Our 228 page catalogue will tell you _omotý
as to the financial standing of our In
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I dorsements by the best business men.
ministers, lawyers, and bankers, it
of will give you the experience of young
le people who came to us with lilthul Ad
't- means, and Ju short time in our school, 3
Ic what their SUccess and future has' .
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'l bound to be Interested, so ask us to
a furnish you the proof. Our large, po
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In Washington.--Over in the Alsne,
an Somme and Ardennes districts of
OU IPFrance. there are thousands and thou.
vay sans of babies who will grow up
ws in the belief that milk grows in little
tin cans, for in those districts the
la. babies go out to lunch daily wlti their
>pe mothers, and arc fed by the big "tin
cow," which the Red Cross maintains
, there. It is virtually impossible to ob.
re tain fresh milk there, for this area
,s Withstood two invasions and two re.
Id treats by the Germa is, and there are
no cows because there is practlcally ,
uio grazing for them.1
m In this emergency the Red Cross P
not only promptly shipped in three a
Scarloads of condensed milk, but agreed f
g 'o furnish an adequate supply of con. u'
y dented milk for these districts during cl
the next six months. With Laon and P1
St. Quentin as the dfitributtng cen.
tres, local French committees supply
fronm twenty to thirty ruined villages,
each With more than its share of un
dernourished infants. The mothers i
bring their habit, to a milk station,
where they are daily fed, weighed and
given lelical atta'rcan if required.
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1 11 - y as an Apprentice Seaman. 3rd clas.
"9 men Apil was rated Chief Turret
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every eye along the shore turned These comradeo of yours crray
dmiringly von your big shipE- in their ears the sounds of great
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i1S8 RER CROSS TASK UNFINISHED.
Isne, The Armistice did not put a stop
of to Red Cross activities in the camps
hori and hospitals of the Gulf Division,
up comprising Alabama, Louisiana and
Ittle Mississippi. During the past sir
heir months, the seven Field Stations in
"tin the Division have performed many
ine services: 4,151 men were helped to
obh straighten out difficult home Prob.
ro lemns; 7,000 were given Information
are and personal advice; 69,844 men at.
Ily tended 371 different entertainmen.
The Red Cross workers made 11,828
ss personal visits to hospital patients;
oo and in addition, $9,000 worth of corn.
ed fort kits, cigarettes, etc., were distrib.
n. uted, and 383 men wore helped tinan.
ag daily, $5,000 having been used for that
ly TRESPASS NOTICE
, All parties are warned not to in any
. way trespass upon my lanids in liien
rille parish, La., under pt'nalty of
This the 11th day of Sept., 1910.
W. M. JOllNSON,
10-16. Athens, La.
........ -- - - ,
NFINISHED. Keep yo s
Ot Put a stop I d. ?rhk,d~t
In the camps anlI r~tre Pr
gulf Division, lii . the 87
ýoulstana and e s it:s. It Itsh
he past alx ,iunp. Pr e ee a
Stations in Drug Co., Special
re helped to
',844 men at.
orth of comrn.
Ised for that
hems, La. e
kMr, F. .
"Fron ý t
tered into w
* . I looked
from one month
__ back and -
pain, until ide
a misery, I
I could not
pain any long,
me until, one
Mrs. Jones glu
say, "and was
rutlhfully say th
not a pain.. .
"It has now
years since 1 took
and I am still
vise any woma
to us. Carnld
sufferer from a
if you feel tIe a
system, take (ii
.of Mrs. Jotnes,.
dul. It helped
believe It wllthp