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A Double Birthday Anniversary. v
On the morning of Nov. 10, 1912, the i
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley D. Johr.- i
son. :,' na, La.. began to take on J
g~.lha :;tril. :ugg :rive to the o-erve- a
of . ;r, f rm of celebration. Soon I
gro. n ;:y 1, i,;ren began to make t
ti er c, :u'i'!: of joycos shouts; a
tien w, ir tt.. na i- ty peals of laugh- t
ter wi.'.'h cin .rg on', fre:n hearts 1
runnring over with joy, eldiently of e
b'ys and girls ju,:t uir'ing into a pros-I
pcti\ e y ,uig ma:choot.i ._.d womanhood, I
and finaliy we observe in this merry l
group some who have passed the me
ridian of life, and whose silvery locks t
make known to the world the fact that i
their contribution of labor has been
made, and time remains now only for
the duty of love and example.
This assembly was in honor of the I
twenty-sixth birthday of Mr. Wiley D. I
Johnson, and the fifty-sixth of his fa- 1
ther, Mr. W. L. Johnson. When the
guests had all arrived there was held
in Mrs. Johnson's parlor, which was
beautifully and appropriately decorated i
Constipation and Catarrh
, S. HARTMAN. U. D.
You are. oonstpated. You have taken
laxatives a Ireat many years. You
have tried to select a diet that would
keep your bowels regular. In this you
have haled and were obliged to go
baok to *our .zativew as. This. I
say, has been golsg o year
You also have a s·gt athh In the
head and throat You never Iatned
that the catart had anything to do
with the oastipatimo. Suppose I were
to tell you that as long u yo have
that oatanh you will never et bett
d your eomstlpatlom. Would you be
with evergreens, palms and numerous i
paintings, a family reunion, with the I
pleasant addition of a splendid musical 4
program, rendered by Mrs. Johnson I
ably assisted by' Miss Eula Nugent and
Miss Mag Johnson. At this reunion 4
the following were present: Father I
and mother, four brothers, eightsisters,
three brothers-in-law, two sisters-in- 1
law, six nieces and nephews. Absent-
one brother, Ben H. Johnson. The I
most interesting fact was that to this a
large family death was a stranger,
having never visited the home.
Exactly at twelve o'clock the sum- I
mons was issued by Mrs. Johnson to
repair to the dining room and as we en
tered its door we were made to exclaim,
"Life is not an empty dream." The
sight of the long dining table with its
lavish display of china, silver; and cut
glass, produced an aching void which
nothing short of the magnificent dinner
consisting of seven courses could fill.
The afternoon was devoted to an au
tomobile tour of the town and surround
ing community, which is especially
lieve met Well, whether you would be
lieve me or not it 1s the truth.
For many years I have been wrest
ling with the problem of furnishing
the public an internal catarrh renmedy.
Peruna has been the remedy that I
have devised and it has certainly re
lieved many thousand people, yes hun
dreds of thousands of people, of chronic
Constipation was my chief diffculty
in treating theme cases. I often felt
that it would be better itf a laxative
element were added to Perna. I feared
to do so, however, first because of
the number of catarrhal patients who
needed no laxative. and second I was
afraid of making such a radical change
in a remedy that was already doing
so well. Thus it was that I continued
to prescribe with the Peruna a bottle
of Manalin to those who needed a lax
ative. At last, under . circumstances
explained in my booklet. I was con
strained to add the laxative element to
Peruna. This constitutes what is now
known as the revised Peruna.
Now those who take Peruna will,
frsat find themselves promptly relieved
of their constipation. Second, the
catarrh will gradually disappear. And
n once the catarrh is cured the coosti
u patton leaves permanently. Then if
d you follow the advice given in my
u book, you will never have to take pills
o any more. Cathartlcs and laatives
Syou can anore. You will be perma
nently relieved of both your estarrb
and the costlaioa PURUNA IU
s FOR BALU AT ALL DRUG STOBRE
d SPAL -OTIC- ap
Sare miaks ing taries or t a
time Peruns. To sob would
Sthis formula to sow t t e
- hamt o h - NO
adapted to such an occasion by the fact
that the excellent model road so gener
ously contributed by the parish of Grant
to its citizens passes through the town.
The only shadow that came to mar
our pleasures, but which luckily soon
passed away, was just as the good-byes
were said and the journey homeward
began, a tire on the car in which were
Mr. James E. Beal and family was
punctured, but was soon replaced by
another, and the journey homeward
was resumed. Fond remembrances of
the day will linger for many years in
the minds of the participants of this
event. A SPECTATOR.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Rico come re
ports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce
loneta, writes "Dr. King's New Dis
covery is doing splendid work here. It
cured me about five times of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who used it on my advice.
We hope this great medicine will yet
be sold in every drug store in Porto -
Rico." For throat and lung troubles it
has no equal. A trial will convince
you of its merit. 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Dixie Phar
What a hpwl would go up if newspa
pers would criticise individuals as freely
as many people criticise the newspapers.
Every issue of a live and reputable
newspaper is a mantle of charity, and
the matter left out, truth, not gossip,
would more than equal in volume that
published. If an editor couid get out a
cold fact edition of his paper some day
and then get up a tree and watch the
result-- wow! What a picture 'twould
be. As a rule, however, those persons
who suSscribe and pay for their paper
always have a good word for it. It's
the man who never pays who does the
kicking.---West Carroll Gazette.
Twinges of rheumatism, backache,
stiff joints, and shooting pains all show
your kidneys are not working right.
Urinary irregularities, loss of sleep, '
nervousness, weak back and sore kid
neys tell the need of a good reliable
kidney medicine. Foley Kidney Pills
are tonic, strengthening and restora
tive. They build up the kidneys and
regulate their action. They will give
you quick relief and contain no habit
forming drugs. Safe and always sure. I
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Be sure to visit the bargain counter A
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S A Great Building Falls
when its foundation is undermined, and
if the foundation of health-good di- Co
gestion-is attacked, quick collapse fol- gro
lows. On the first signs of indigestion, tel
Dr. Kiqg's New Life Pills should be stc
taken to tone the stomach and regulate col
liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, oti
easy, safe and only 25 cents at Dixie lui
A car load of genuine Texas Red Cb
Rust Proof Seed Oats will be received
in a few days. Leave your order with
J. H. McNeely.--Adv.
G. C. Chandler, M. D., 'oi
Speclallet In diseases of
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat,
Ipectacles and Artlftlal Eqs fAlwagSs o bausd ha
Cooper Bldg.. Room, 32 and 4. of
L. G. O'Neal '
Located at Colfax, La.
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Get rid of your Deadly Kidne:
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KIDNEY AND BLADDER'DISEASE;,
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FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS will CURE any
case of KIDNEYandBLADDERTROUB
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medicine can do more. In a yellow package.
J. W. Duncan Co., Lt I., Agents.
Women d the highest type,
women of superior education and
refinement, whoe discernment
and judgment ie weisht and
force to their spiyoms, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
and curative properties of Cham.
berlaim's Stomach and Liver Tab.
lets. Throughout the many stages
of woman's life, from girlhood,
through the ordeals of mothre.
th to the decin there
r- is w safer .r more reliahle med
It icine. Chamberlain's Tablets are
.s old everywhere at 2Sc a box.
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in all Disorders of the
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'It is Time to Plan
; that Christmas Trip
er Will have in effect the usual
w Selling to Interstate Points
- Dec. 21, 22 and 23
ia Ticket. will ese he
a- en sale to pointa in
ad Teal. and Lukiiana .
ie. D e f. d P. A.ts r Dates ad chefue
A. 5. SKUL Se. 9. fIF R
er j**t. 9w.t % f l e st 4
's"dl the Whole tery."
To say that Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound is best for children and
grown persons and contains no opiates
tells only part of the tale. The whole
story is that it is the best medicine for
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis and
other affections of the throat, chest
luhgs. Stops la krippe, coughs and has
a healing and soothing effect. Remem
ber the name, Foleys Honey and Tar
Compound, and accept no substitutes.
J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd. -Adv.
For genuine Texas Red Rust Proof
Seed Oats, see J. H. McNeely. A car
load now en route.--Adv.
Tax Rolls Filed With Sheriff.
Notice is hereby given that the tax
rolls of Grant parish are now in my
hands, and I am ready for the collection
of the taxes for 1912. Property owners
will take due notice and govern them
A. B. PERKINS,
Sheriff and Tax Collector Grant Ph.
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND
i is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
The man with a big fat turkey has a TfRANK s
GIVING DINNER once a year. The raan with a
big fat bank account has a thanketnvingº t~i:n
EVERY DAY. Thankagiving is in tin heart a"-
knowing that you are comfortably fixed mnaes a
real thanksgiving. Our bank I. a safe place to put
your money. WTe will treat you courteously and
help you with advice. Come and oonseut ut.
SAFBTI'DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
ALL ACCOUNTS SOLICITED
BANK OF COLFAX
Surplus and P trot ) *lO,000
Every Business Man
should conduct all of his outside afarirover the lond sta
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RATES REASONABLE, SERVICE PRQPT
/ For information, call Loa Dista Om(wt
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INCO IPO AT
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, ýIA. & AR l. Railway
The "Evr on Tiee" Lime
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?eartig 6b ast flrees hs bc k
Ohio man dogged a train and aavse
it from a wreek. but H. T. Alston,
leigh, N. C., ace prevented a
with Electrie Bitters. "I was In
I terrible pllght when I began to
Sthem," he writes, "my stomach,
back and kidneys were all badly alect
I ed'and my liver was in bad condition
but four bottles of Electric Bltttd
made me feel like a new man."
trial will convince you of their
less merit for any stomach, liver
r kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at Dixie
r Pharmacy.-Adv. -.
Alfalfa seed at J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd
Notice of Final PreL b
U. S. Land Office, Baton Rouge, La.,
SOctober 2, 11.
PROOF UNDER LAW UNDF WHICgH ED
Notice is hereby given that Johb W.,
Roberts, of Selma, Louisiana, who, o
Oct. 21, 1907, made Homestead Entr
No. 02149, for NI of NW}, SEof NW&
and NEj of SW} see. 26, town.S-, _N r
1 west, Louisiana Meridian, -has
notice of intention to mask alv* ~ .
proof, to establish elaim to the
above described, before Clerk of Caert,
at Colfax, La., on the 3rd day of De.
Claimant names as witnesses: J. Q
Lineecum, W. S. Zelgier sad. Newte
Zeigler of Selm La., and W. F. Cadsr,
of GeorgetoWn, La.
JOHN F. 'UTTALL, -.
I am applying for a pa do
Colfax I., Oct. , 912.