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The Most Charming Styles of the Season in Millinery
You Will Find Here
We have just received by express One Hundred Trimmed Hats, no two alike, priced at
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.75, $8.50 and $10.00
In addition, our Milliner, Miss Claudia Davis, will show you many new models, the creation of our own work
rooms, that are rich and beautiful at a moderate cost
S'Dress Goods W Hart, Schaffner & Marx
When you come Men's Fine Suits
Just what you want you to the SIMON Every known style for fall
will find here priced mod- BROS. Store you and winter you will find here
erately. The most com- can have. your We cah fit the young man, the slim
lete line of SILKS and every want filled man or the stout man. Hart, Schaff
lete line ery SILKSe t ner & Marx suits are priced
DRESS GOODS in Cen- For here complete $20.00 $22.51 $25.
tral Lo - - lines for men and .
tral Louisiana boys, ladies and $27.M5 and $".
children are found
Write to us for samples. and at reasonable Complete line of H. S. &
We fill your orders the prices. M. Overcoats and Cravy
same day as received. enettts here
Ladies' Ready - to - Wear Section Ladies' Coats
Ask to see the new Ladies' Suits If it is new in a coat we have it. A look at our
just received at line will convince you
COME AND BE CONVINCED
slO-" s15." *2.'" s22-· $25-" $6s $7.-5 sl. ** 1 2.56 s15.6
You will wonder at their s1' $22" S30"" and ;381
beauty and m oderate price $St . and $ 5r 6
un-is Second St. * Alexandria, La.
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SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1912.
Just reesivea ear of white Crest
Pblpr at J. W. Dunean Co, Ltd.-Ady.
Sm J. 3. Beurg spent last Tuesday
I E . Wallace went to Shreveport
ougedy night to be treated for ap
pst of Mrs. J. L. Woodall
li. Hugh Corry, of Alexandria, was
thb gmSt on Tbhqrday of his daughter,
Ml. W. D. Larry.
Miss Laura James returned to her
hene at Hadaot last Saturday, after a
.weeks visit to Miss Ellen Hyde.
'e Union Mresetile Co., has had
some big show windows added on theI
inside of its plate glass front.
Mr. J. A. Hyde returned yesterday
morahng from a trip to New Orleans,
whebm he weat to consualt a specialist.
Mrs. S. M. Plonsky and daughters,
Dorris and Anna Wise of Washington,
La., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jac
Mr. H. M. Bremnn and wife left
Thursday night for Jennings, La.,
where they will make their future
Rev. J. W. Lee has been appointed
to the pastorate of the Colfax M. P.
ehurch, sad will All his first appoint
meet on Shndy, Nov. 17.
The Baptist ladies will conduct a ba
in the old J. W. ,Dunen store on
d y and Wednesday, Nov. 26 and
27, for the benefit of the church.
Mrs J. H. McNeely returned from
New Orleans last Saturday with her
lttle daughter Vivian, whom she had
treated for eye and throat troubles.
Mr. J. Q. Long and family on last
Monday moved into their handsome new
residence on Second Street, near the
Catholic church, where they have a big
yard and commodious quarters for their
fine ducks, and a great many convea
lees to make things comfortable gen
The boy,s appetite is often the source
of amazement If you would have
esch an appetite take Chamberlain's
Tablets. They not only create a heal
thy appetite, bt steeagths tha stem
aei san enable it to do its work natur
aly. For sale by all dealers. -Ad.
Handsome Display of nanesome Goods I
The Variety Store, of Alexandria, Sa
lie Jackson, proprietyr, boasts of hav- 1
inl the handsomest display of handsome
goods in Central bquisiana, and their
boast will be seen to be well founded if
you will call by and examine their
stock. They have a big ad. on the first
page of the Chronicle this week telling
about their hdliday goods, which they
now have on display. By all means go
to see them when in Alexandria, espec
ially on Saturday, Nov. 23, which is to
be dheir opening day.-Adv.
Editor H. G. Goodw~a went to New
Orleans Friday night, and will be in
the city two or three days to consult a
specialist about a case of 'lead poison,"
which he has developed from handling I
type for 45 years. It takes a longtime
for lead to get away with an editor, but
most persons are knocked out by a
dose in from one to forty-five minutes. I
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lurry enter
tained a large number of friends Thurs
day night, Nov. 14, 1912, it being the 1
twelfth anniversary of their wedding. i
The invitations to their "linen wed
ding" were unique, being tiny linen
pillow'slips about the size of an ordi
nary envelope, on which the invitations
Mr. John W. Sowder -nd wife and 1
children, of Ottumwa, Iowa, arrived in
Colfax on Friday of last week, and are
the guests of the family of Mr. F. B.
Cole, his brother-in-law. Mr. Sowder
is chief clerk to the superintendent of
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry.
Co. at Ottumwa, a city of about 20,000
Mr. S. M. LaCroix left Tuesday night
for New Orleans to have an examina
tion made of some slight trouble caus
ed by the late removal of a cancer from
his lips and face. He does not appre
bend any serious trouple about the oper
ation made, but wants to assure him
self that it is all right.
We are sorry to learn of the death
of Mr. W. W. Thames at Dry Prong on
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1912, after a hin
gering illness of several months with
tuberculosis. He was buried at the
Kemp graveyard on Thursday.
Capt. C. H. Teal returned from New
Orleans lit Wednesday, where he had
been to atti, as a delegate, the big
conveation of planters and farmers,
and to discuss measures and devise
plans in their internet.
Bay year · meadicines, dry
goods and 4. H. Miller,
New Verd , CGee and tea a
speeialty.--v. . al 2t
Honor Roll of the Colfax High School.
For the month ending Oct. 31, 1912,
the following pupils led their respective
First grade-Jack Givens.
Second grade-Hilliard Johnson.
Third grade-Geraldine Givens.
Fourth grade-Vida Lurry.
Fifth grade-Tom Linder.
Sixth grade-Irene Ethridge.
Seventh grade-Orah Swafford.
Eigth grade-Lucile Cargill.
Ninth grade-Nancy Johnson.
Tenth grade-Leola Cargill.
Eleventh grade-Nettie Phillips.
Entire school-Nancy Johnson.
The quartette of male singers at the
court house Wednesday night gave a
splendid concert. The Lyceum is to be
dcngratulated on the two attractions
thus far, and we undertand they will
all be first-class this season.
J. W. Duncan Co. has had consider
able improvements made in their big
store, being the addition of plate glass
show widows on th4 front, and a milli
nery department up stairs in the rear
end of the store.
'Possum Sop and Baked 'Taters.
On Thursday Mr. J. H. McNeely hat'
his annual feast on fat o'possuni and
baked potatoes, and remembered the
Chronicle editor with a good portion of
We publish on our first page this
week a letter from Mr. B. E. Woods,
relative to Dr. Knapp's Agricultural
Day. The suggested program to which
he refers will be found on our eighth
We regret to learn that our fellow
townsman, Mayor R. R. J(,ter, is shap
ing up his business with the intention
of removing with his family to Florida
about the first of January.
Mr. and Mrs. Jac Blocb, Mrs. Bruce!
Benton, Miss Bettie Lc qg and Miss
Ruby O'Neal motored to Alexandria
We are sorry to hear that Mr. F. B.
Dean has been confined to his bed for
the pest ten days with a severe case of
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goodwyn spent
Tuesday in Alexandria.
Martha A nold,,Antioch, Texas, says:
"My children had a deep. seated cough
which the doctor feared I night result in
pneumonia, He advised me to get a
large bottle of Foley's onuroy and Tar
Compound, and keep them on it. The
result was like magic and the cough
was cured." J. W. Duncan Co, Ltd.
Box Supper at Fafrield.
On Friday afternoon, November the
twenty-ninth, at three o'clock there
will be a box supper at the Fairfiel
schoolhouse for the benefit of the li
brary. Do not miss it. -Come prepar
ed, remembering it is a box supper.
"The "school-ma'am" might "recite"
for you if time permits and "si vou*
The Hollowe'en box supper was
drowned out by the rain, and a less de
sirable visitor. It is to be hoped that
this one, just after Thanksgiving, will
be unmolested. "Con~-a buy-a le big
cake-a for yo pretty girl-al"
There is something doing at J. W.
Duncan Co., Ltd.
Is your husband cross? An irritable,
fault finding disposition is often due to
a disordered- stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per
manently cured of stomach trouble by
taking ChambeHlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers. -Adv.
1 Make Her Happy With
Every w.oan loag to own a
diamond. Y'our ianee or wife
would value sebh a gift far more
than any other yep might give
her. Come inad lookover or
coletion. Evy diamond we
have is uarated absolutely to
yo. Prices will surprise you. +
We can show you a very pgrtty
Diamond Ring .r
C. A. SCHNACK
Jewelry Co. Ltd.
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"It is a reasure to tell y6u that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best congh medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavo
nia, Ga. "I have used it with all my
children and the results have been high
ly satisfactory." For sale by all deal
J. H. McNeely will receive in a few
days a car load of genuine Texas Red
Rust Proof Sped Oats. Place your or
Order before November 10th
ALL 3 FOR $3.00
Our Catalogue is Free. Write for one
JAGOBS News De pot Go.
Leelslassa ebsrlptlion Ales
G. C. Chandler, M. D.,
Specialist Ip Miesee" of.
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat,
Sesetaslm sad irtitilal e fliwags es basa
Cooper ulder . ouon,. x_ nd Z4.
L. G. O'Neal
Lesated at Celfax, La.
Junius Hart Piano House
JOEL M. DURHAM
Attorney at Law
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oled eveywher, at 2Sc a hme.
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Third and Beauregard Streets, Aleadris, La.
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and Stanlard Scltno. MaGblen
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Surf bathing, boating, fishing and hunting.
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Will preatici in all the Oourti.
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Lawwar ard Noun
OFFICE OVER BANK OF (%)LFAX
Telephone No. 70
Pnactlae nl State and Federal Courts
W. C. & J. B. Roberts,
flttorncus and Gounssilors
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